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Needing a Break

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Well, things are back to what passes at normal here at the office. Hugs and making up yesterday after a discussion of the annoyances that ODs have been keeping to themselves for 20 years working here (yep. You heard me). Little things that are easily fixable, and some that I don't want to fix. Discussed my purpose for those, and ODs are ok with it. And did I find out about the passive-aggressive undermining things that they have been pulling for the past 6 weeks ("Do you know that you review every single piece of paper that comes into the office?" "Well, that doesn't surprise me." "It's only been going on for the past 6 weeks." "What do you mean?" "There are things that I generally take care of, but I've been giving them to you to review." "Y'know, I didn't even notice." OD1 looks at OD 2: "I told you so!!!") It was then pointed out to me that the purpose of the exercise was to further overwhelm me.

I've been processing that for the past 24 hours, and am mildly pissed off. Having written this, I am blessing and letting it go.

Happy Halloween -- xoxo

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SPARKFRAN514 10/31/2013 11:36PM

    Like your title says needing a break . some times you need to step back and take a deep breath often helps cut down on the stress hope things begin to work out and the work place wounds heal.

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1CRAZYDOG 10/31/2013 6:27PM

    Uh boy. Don't know that I would have done that le alone admitted it! But oh well! Glad everyone is at least semi-normal now!

Have a boo-tiful Halloween. HGUS!

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JANET552 10/31/2013 1:23PM

    I'm glad you found a way to let it go! emoticon

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DALID414 10/31/2013 12:18PM

    How rude!
Happy Halloween!

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