Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Racking my brain out!

I can learn to do almost anything. I am pretty fast at picking up new things. I just get uncomfortable when I am not sure what I should be doing. I am coming up with some estimates at work for some books. I am not all that familiar what these books need to contain. I hate going in and asking my boss questions, I don't want him to not have confidence in my ability. I was glad to hear him say that he was expecting me to have a lot of questions. I'll see how it goes tomorrow. I borrowed the Venture Bros. from Mortality. Its such a great show. I'll have to borrow season II soon.

"That's my thing. That's what I do..."

Tuesday, September 11, 2007


My meeting with my functional went well today. I wasn't sure what to expect, I was just told it was "good news." Good news indeed. The nice thing is I am still eligible for my increase in February.

Danae - Gustav Klimt 1907

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

28 Years Later

Does it matter how old I get or what experiences I encounter in life? It seems like whether or not you do all of those things you're supposed to do (pay your taxes, stop at red lights, help little old ladies cross the street), you still get dicked over. Everything becomes such a pain in the ass. Your car gets hit by someone not paying attention. It still costs you money, your car will never be repaired to the same state it was in, and you have to go around without a car for however long it takes. Same thing with these expense reports for work. They're supposed to be easy. I feel like the admins should be there to pull you out of the water when you can't catch your breath. Instead, it seems like they are there to stand on your head. I feel like no matter what decisions I make, right or wrong, I never catch up, nevermind getting ahead. And so 28 years later... am I better or worse off. I feel like I am working my way backwards.

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Finally Home

Traveling is finally slowing down. I feel like I got to reflect a bit as I was traveling around by myself. The world seems smaller and smaller every time I set foot in a brand new city. This trip to Virginia gave me the opportunity to see a whole slew of aircraft. It was a lot of fun.

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