Exactly

I'm covering the reception desk right now, how fun.

I keep telling anyone that calls that the person they called for is away from their desk, even if they are sitting right there.

I have lost the will to page anyone, so today, everyone shall go to voicemail!

Also, if you call and tell the me that your "unit needs serviced", I'll transfer you to customer service, but just know I'm probably going to laugh at you.

No, make that definitely.

Furthermore, should you be having a problem with your unit, ask for customer service. I don't need the whole entire story, it's cutting into my tetris playing time.

I accomplished very little this weekend, aside from making some jewelry, a dress, and . . . napping, I know there was definitely napping.

I've got nothing today, nothing!

My whole life has become about boxes. Where I can find boxes, how much I can fit in boxes, how many boxes I can fit in a u-haul.

Thus the need to play tetris. It helps with the moving strategy.

Obligatory jewelry pictures:

That's out of the way now.

Last night, I went to 7-11 to buy a healthy snack.

What?

Fine, I went to buy a bag of Flaming Hot Pepperjack Cheese Fries.

Anyhow, I was wearing a Denver Bronco's shirt, courtesy of my mom. I only wear it when I am feeling particularly scrubby.

My mom only sends me shirts in size 3X or bigger.

See my mom - she thinks either 1) I am fat, or 2) will soon be fat. Either way, it's not a good thing.

I've tried to let her know that a size small or medium would provide more than ample coverage, but no such luck.

At least the t-shirts are better than the other gifts she picks out.

The salt and pepper glass shaped shoes from Holland. The seashell turtle from Hawaii.

I'll stop now, it's giving me a headache.

Anyhow, this man at 7-11 notices my shirt, here is a transcript of the conversation:

Guy: So did you see that game tonight?
Me: No
Guy: Exactly! The way the Bronco's played, it's like there was no game.
Me: looking so not interested
Guy: Yeah, and did you see that second half?
Me: No
Guy: I hear you! The way they played, it's like there was no second half!

Shoot.

I so enjoy conversations where I don't actually have to be present because the conversation I am having has nothing to do with the conversation the person conversing with me is having.

Exactly.




2006-01-23 at 12:24 p.m.