So my posting frequency has really dropped off. I can't help it.. thats what happens when I start having to do real work, ya know ...
Life @ IBM
October 20th.. moving to a brand new account (well, new to me), saying "Farewell!" to my amigos on the current desk.
It'll have been 7 months (almost to the day.. 7 months, 2 days) to get TL from my initial hire date.
I've spent my weekend digesting this. This upcoming week will promise to be one of the more interesting weeks in some time, and I'm not really certain that I'm ready for it. There are a lot of things that are out of my control at this point; and a lot of things that are unknown, and all that scares me like nothing else.
I know I should be ranting positive things, and I do have one positive that'll make the day a bit more enjoyable... but the most part, this week has been too much.
I work damn hard at my job. No matter what the job. CB City? I busted ass. I busted ass at that shitty hole for 2 years and then some, all for nothing (well, a HAM license and some toys).. I busted ass at Wal-Mart, and I busted ass at the part-time jobs I've had.
And I bust ass here.
I have recently (as in, Friday) been promoted at work. Not that I have a whole team to manage or anything extreme like that, but I do have quite a bit of additional responsibility, some additional income, and plenty of new headaches.
I can't really decide where to put this post today ... kinda has a mixed bag of stuff, from my tinkering with electronics, to big changeups at work....
These 6:00 AMs are bleeding me dry.
A good friend and semi-coworker came to me today and said "I almost got into an arguement with a client today - god, cb city has ruined my sense of intelligence", and I had to stop and think about my past jobs, experiences, and just what I thought of things....
So I've moved desks 3 times this week. I've been paid for 45 mintues of doing basically nothing.
Keeps me off the deluge of calls though, with the new version of Sasser out. 71 calls for Wednesday as of this post, plus yesterday, plus what I will take later today.
Can't wait to go to the gym and just forget all of this.