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Long week

Sunday, March 23, 2014

The week really didn't get much better. I swear everyday at this job I feel like I was in a wresting scene where someone beat me with a chair. I just have to get home and take a nap to feel semi human every day. I guess everyone at my job knows now that I put in my 2 weeks and they keep texting me asking why and where is my new job? Seriously we aren't friends, mind your own damn business! Last one I didn't even respond. It came from someone who has been making all the drama. I was close with her last season. This season not even worth calling to carpool anymore even though she lives a quarter mile away. Last time we did carpool she was very good at being secretive about her intentions at the job. That is not someone I am keeping in touch with.

Emily finally passed on Friday. She made it 2.5 weeks longer than we thought she would. She just kept shrinking and getting more weak. She was 17, she lived a nice long life. My dad got her as a C-section that the ppl didn't wanna pay for and wanted to euthanize instead. It was too late they waited too long, all her kittens died. We had a bottle fed kitten at the time and she took him in as her own. I feel bad that Mauri only had her about 7 months and loved her to pieces. Mauri said the vet cried when Emily took her last breath, kinda cute.

I kept my steps up this week pretty good. Considering how sore this job makes me. Hit water aerobics twice, hit two dance classes and hitting another this morning and got my weights in. Yesterday I went to a dance class and this girl came with friends and didn't have a clue what to do. So she just stood on the side (next to me) for the whole class watching. She tried jumping in once but it was like the moves weren't cool enough for her? It was weird, you don't burn any calories from watching. I have been going to zumba and werq for 5 years and never seen someone stand in a class and watch. Maybe she was scared to go outside and wait cuz the gym is scary and didn't wanna leave her friends? I guess she didn't understand that standing in the front row watching is really distracting to other ppl.

Calories have been ok, not awful not great. Last week I ended up eating out a lot while on the road. Friday I had a 90 minute break at work and I was in this town that I used to stop at a lot with my dad. We would eat at this little diner named Pete's. I went and ate alone and it was almost like he was there with me. I needed to make some kind of salad for a sandwich this weekend so I can make sandwiches fast in the mornings. 4 more days, 4 more days!
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    Hang in there, you can get through it! You don't realize how amazing you are. The gal standing and watching the class sounds a lot like me. I'm so self-conscious in those classes, and that's why I don't do them. I am so much better exercising alone, then I don't feel like everyone is judging me.
    1518 days ago
    Just 4 more days and you are done with that job!!

    I hated to hear that about Emily. She had a good life though and at her age it was expected. I feel bad for Mauri. She was so good to Emily and was a blessing to her in her final period on earth. Hugs to you and to Mauri for helping Emily after your dad's passing. emoticon
    1519 days ago
  • DNJEN471
    Yay! I'm excited for you!!
    1519 days ago
    YAY for just one more week!

    And weird about the young woman in the gym!
    1519 days ago
  • JEREMY723
    I firmly believe that everyone should have a job they at least like, hopefully love. Most of America seems to stick with jobs they dislike.

    I'm glad for you that you only have about a week left, and certainly hope that you find something that you like, and that pays the bills of course, soon.

    Best of luck in your new position and any upcoming searches:)
    1519 days ago
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