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02:12pm 11/11/2008
I got through our meeting today. There was no mention of Tuesday. Thank goodness. I thought the horse was going to be dug up again and beat some more and then reburied and then dug up again and, well you get the idea.

April turned me onto this show Jericho. I stayed up pretty late last night watching it. I'm watching another episode right now. It's a pretty good show, a little heavy on the melodrama though. :)

I thought about doing nanowrimo, but I don't have the energy and it's almost half over at this point.

I'm still not happy with things, but I think I made a point today when he asked us to check out the website and come back with any edits. I filled about six post-it notes.

"How are you finding all these things?"
"I used to be an editor."
"Why aren't we having you edit everything?"
"Because I haven't trained you yet."

So, that was something at least.

Got a big order tomorrow, I'll be going in to help them then taking the rest of the day off. Much like I did today, I guess. Except it was managerial crap.

So, after one more episode of Jericho, I return to my home to do laundry and clean. Hopefully I can use these two days to get my house back in order. I'll be doing six days a week again for a while, until I can get a day supervisor for Sundays.

Sorry brunchniks!
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10:42pm 11/11/2008 (UTC)
Nihil Obstat
I talked to my brother this weekend and he strongly recommended "Middleman". I haven't seen it, and probably won't for a while, but I was impressed enough by his description to download the entire first series immediately. Now, I am passing that recommendation on to you.

My project for this month is taking part in NaNoGettingFiredMo.
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12:51am 12/11/2008 (UTC)
I seriously think you ought to push that editor thing, if you can. People who have that kind of attention-to-details skill are incredibly hard to come by--believe me. It's possible that it may never amount to anything, but there's always the offhand chance that it might mean a better job for you. If you even want such a job with this company that is . . .
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05:04am 12/11/2008 (UTC)
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Good luck. I feel for you. *hugs*
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