Nope, I think it causes that, which is why I have had serious self-hatred issues for eight or so years. Although I’m not sure which condition you meant, or if you’re someone from my past trying to get at me again.
I’m interested - what specifically said I that leads to this question?
Work is actually exhausting. Maybe I’m just over-reacting or maybe I’m still just “getting used to things,” but either way, it’s exhausting.
People keep calling out or not showing up or actually quitting and that’s just not okay.
On the plus side, it gives me a chance to cover for people and do their jobs better - and that’s NOT my opinion (well it kinda is), but it’s also the opinion of people who’ve worked here for many years, including my boss, who’s been here for thirteen years. They all think I’m not only skilled, but also immensely helpful and good at tying up loose ends.
Крепость мысли -> αστάθεια
“astátheia,” a state of unsteadiness, synonymous with “disequilibrium,” or literally “without stasis,” a lack of stability and constance…
It’s 73 degrees in my room and I’m sweating.
I woke up sweating, and have been sitting still all day, sweating.
It’s 82 downstairs and 84 in the rest of the second floor, though, so I guess I shouldn’t complain.
The dog keeps barking in the room right next to mine and it makes my heart pound in my ears and adrenaline rush (a.k.a it’s fucking scary and I hate it).
This is going to be my whole fucking summer.
There’s a video on Facebook where some students asked seniors about their favourite moments at the school, and one of the interviewees is the one who died last week. The video has about 800 “likes,” or in other terms, over twice the enrollment of the Upper School.
I really can’t imagine.
Love when people say things along the lines of:
The technicians are barely out of high school! How could they know what they’re doing?
I’m sorry, you brought your computer to us why? Could it be because you don’t know what you’re doing?
Shock horror, we (the present 18-24 demographic) grew up with this technology.
Ageism is a two-way street, y’know.
One minute I’m complaining about money like a spoiled brat, and the next I’m learning that a senior at my alma mater, set to graduate next week, has been killed in a car crash.
I was already in a shaky mental state, I admit it, because of a lot of things that no one wants to talk about, but now on top of all that I am remembering what happened 8 years ago, or even 13 years ago, or certainly just last year.
I don’t know, it’s too much right now. I just want to focus on my job and staying somewhat healthy and stable, please. I need to stay in control, and the worst part is, I’m not even fighting against other people in this. It’s just me. Lots of people are supportive and all. I’m confused and lost right now, don’t worry about it. It happens.
Rest in peace Kip Taviano, Haverford School Class of 2013. 28 May 2013
I don’t work until Saturday morning, so I have absolutely no plans until then. Would it be at all possible for me to go visit my girlfriend at some point this week, or will I not be able to because of the horse show?
Yes, we are going the horse show every day this week. It’s our one indulgence.
But my girlfriend is more important to me than horses and overpriced food.
Yes, it would be nice if we had money and could get you car. I’d love to get you a car. But we don’t have fancy cars or go on expensive vacations, just the horse show.