No one can prove I spent 20 minutes at work today making terrible bookmarks.
Y’know what sucks? When you first buy a jumper and it’s SO SOFT and fluffy and then you wash it and that feeling is gone FOREVER.
Here is a video that not only strongly features my ugly mug, but my incredibly inflamed ego. Enjoy :)
P.S. Here’s the extended cut.
Did I tell you guys about the time I did such a good job of packing someone’s groceries that they actually went up to the customer service desk and commended me.
I finally travel to a place with active snow fall, and I take my incredibly sophisticated sense of humour with me.
Photo taken in Whistler, BC, Canada.
I’ve discovered an interesting social phenomenon wherein supporters of NFL teams will wear their colours to work on the Friday before a weekend featuring their team in a major clash; it signals their availability to discuss the upcoming game.
I lack career ambition.
Or at least, I do when I compare myself to a lot of my co-workers.
I don’t strive to get the pay raises, or the promotions.
And it doesn’t quite make sense. I consider myself a bit of a go-getter. I like to Get Things Done™ (except that language learning thing which I’ve been putting off for ages now).
But my ambition at the moment is to travel.
I mean it’s slightly problematic in that I don’t get a lot of leave, and I don’t know how to travel alone (I envy those that do), but still, I yearn to travel everywhere and anywhere I can (usually by tagging along on other people’s semi-planned trips :D).
I don’t consider myself to be unambitious. Experiencing and seeing all I want to see is my ambition, and I suppose any career ambition I had would only exist insofar as it allows me to realise that, and I think because I managed to luck out in terms of career progression and get a job that easily funds the travel I am able to do, that I simply exhausted my career ambition before I ever got a chance to use it. :)
Almost every social group I’ve ever been in has one (occasionally, two)
That one person that coalesces mini-social groups into one larger social group.
You know, the one gal or guy who organises all the group outings?
That one person who ensures that the entire group hangs out together.
That one person, that when they travel away or get really busy, causes the group to not see each other for a while.
It’s interesting to note how often this kind of person appears in social groups.