Tuesday, September 12, 2006

LJ, are you still alive?

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WAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!! How can this happen? How can I let work consume me again. I can't believe I haven't touched my PC in ages. And what's worse... I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW WE HAVE DSL ALREADY!!!

Hahaha! I crack myself up. I actually feel like I'm getting addicted to my job. Look like the workaholic side of me is trying to make up for lost time. Come to think of it, I was unemployed for 6 months.


- She meets all deadlines and have no backlogs. If she ever has any, its because they pulled her out of the floor to do training or something else.

- She is not late anymore. On the contrary, she shows up at work 3 hours before the shift starts.

- She has Soup #5 for a brain, in short, sabaw.

- She actually finds the chaos in the floor quite calming.

- Not only is she on time, she even stays after the shift to do OT, OTY that is (Overtime Thank You).

- She actually told her boss: "Don't worry, I'll take care of it. Even if I get sick or die, I have to go to work anyway and give you my death certificate."

- She forgot her dad's birthday. *slaps hand* Bad daughter, bad, bad, bad!

So there. What do you think? For sure you may not think that I'm a bum. But I truly feel that I still am. I don't feel forced when I go to work. Plus I enjoy it most of the time. I go out a lot too, possibly more than I should. Of course, I'm not always game as before since my weekends needs to be planned. By the way, I'm actually fully booked for this month. The only time that I get to go with the flow is when a plan gets cancelled. And somehow, the spontaneity makes me forget I have a job. I feel like a bum again. :-)


At 9:28 AM, Anonymous sheila said...

Hey girl its funny how you said it but well, yah...you are WORKAHOLIC!! Now i feel guilty why did i ever convince you to join me here

At 5:08 AM, Blogger LJ said...

Don't be... I have to thank you actually. I like my company. I'm staying for a bit. :)


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