SCREWIE

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Second week

Sunday, September 23, 2012

I'm getting into it now, I managed to start doing stuff mainly on my own, without having to ask colleagues for help every 5 minutes.

Next Tuesday I will be taken to a meeting with a customer, after that I hope I'll be able to go on my own.

I had a few problems with the bike this week, so I ended up not using it to go to work on two days - and now it's started to rain, so I might have to leave it at home from now on :(
Pity, but I can still walk there!

And I've managed to be in bed by 11-ish most nights, hopefully I'll manage to bring that down to 10.30 eventually.
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  • KELPIE57
    Good to be so close, especially in London. Keep going with the sleep.
    2874 days ago
  • THINRONNA
    I am glad you are becoming accustomed to things at your new job! It takes time but soon it will all be second nature to you.

    Too bad about your bike. It is really good that you can walk though. It is raining like crazy here too.

    Keep working on that sleep thing. It is hard when you are a grown up and nobody is telling you it is time for bed...isn't that what we aspired to as little people?...staying up late (and eating candy for dinner). Well we now have had to learn the hard way that eating candy for dinner is no good...now we are coming to the age where we have to admit to ourselves that we actually do need sleep! Good luck with your sleep goals my dear! emoticon
    2874 days ago
  • GOANNA2
    I'm glad that your second week is going well for you.
    Sorry to hear about your bike. It is good that you can walk.
    Have a great 3rd week. emoticon
    2876 days ago
  • NANT406
    Sorry to hear about your bike. Keep on sparking!

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    2876 days ago
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