scarlet's walk (kisstheviolets) wrote,
scarlet's walk

3 day weekend.

another public holiday today. i've had an easy start to my new job, only working 7 out of 10 days in the last fortnight. i could get used to this, but i suppose monday is back to the real world. still, i think i get paid next week! so that's always exciting. i already have things on layby that i'd like to pay off; but more than that, it's a token indicating that i have, as marianne puts it, a real job. it's a nice feeling.

yesterday wasn't so bad, like the day before. after my annoyance with the late mail incident, i think everyone got the hint because they all made sure to have their mail to me on time for sending ;) the phone's weren't so busy after the first hour, and now i only have one more day left on reception. hooray. let my actual job begin. and the good part is that i'll be back in the office with everyone else, and not out front on my own. that's always a bonus, and the staff say to me, "you'll be back here with us! now that's the scary part!" but i like the company.

so i started taking photos this week of my dearest friends to decorate my desk with there at work. haylea, marianne & brooke at oakbank on monday (including one of all 4 of us that some drunk guy took, but here's to guessing how it will actually turn out); russell in his room this morning (including one of him making a face, because his faces are too cute; but i never usually let him pull them in our photos); and tomorrow i'll take pics of sarah & kristy to finish off the roll. also on this roll are queensland photos, including pictures of snowcanwait and i (sweetie, would you mind if i put one of those pictures up on my desk at work also?), and i know that developing this roll will be a real flashback in time.

right now i'm playing neopets (somewhat), and not feeling at all guilty. hooray for days off to do nothing. i think this whole weekend will be devoted to doing more of the same. it'll be nice to relax, and just catch up on all the little things that need doing. consider this a "mental health" weekend, and maybe i'll be more put together for next week.

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