Some days are great, others are not...but no matter what twists and turns I encounter, you can be sure I'm going to write about it!

Monday, February 2, 2009

The Looney Bin is Calling My Name.


Control Freak.

Over Analytical.

These are a few reasons why I('m):

1) Freak out when I'm told that I'm making errors.
2) Single.

Last week was extremely rough. I'll try not to drag it out, but in a nutshell...
I thought I was on top of my game. I was feeling very comfortable with my newly assigned tasks since our latest layoff. I had cut back on my internet sluff-off time, and was focusing on work (because I needed to). I was feeling so comfortable that I actually sluffed off more than I have in a long time last tuesday.

Wednesday came around, which greeted me with a sick little man and my period.

Once Thursday was here, I was then told by my boss that she is losing trust in my work because I was making multiple errors. I guess the girl who thought all was fine and dandy was effing up. Crap.

I have the utmost respect for my boss, so when I feel like I've "disappointed her" it feels more like I let my own parents down...You know the "talk"..."I'm not mad, I'm disappointed"...yeah, that one.

Friday couldn't have come fast enough...Then, I effed up a memo to our tenants. I was so flustered with how my week had gone, the second my rediculous error was pointed out to me I broke down in tears.

I enjoyed my time away from work this past weekend...but the catch-22 is I love my job, love my office, and have loved going to work since the first day I started here. The atmosphere has been great. The people have been kind and easy to work with.

Yes, I've been horrible at writing and commenting lately...maybe if I get back to my regularly scheduled morning posts, I will clear my head enough to actually focus during my day. It's worth a shot!!


  1. We all drop the ball sometimes, just pick it back up and toss it back in the air, you'll be juggling in rhythm again in no time.

  2. The more anxious you get the harder it will be to get back on track. Hope the weekend gave you a chance to relax and pull it all back together. You'll get your rhythm back soon, I'm sure.

  3. Hang in there chica. I had screwing up, but you'll get back on your game.