TGIF in december

ahhhh…i had work for all five days this week?! boooyah! yah, it sounds lame, someone who is exd to work you might ask? actually, your right. i am exd. the bottom line is: money is money. what i earned this past week will go towards rent for next month. this will let me not to have to ask my mom for mula since she paid enough already for the past months (i.e. class, utility, and rent).

it’s a great experience to work in a temporary staffing agency (for now, that is). you always get to meet different people. a particular job might last an hour (or more)…or go for long as a month (or more). you get to take in other people experience and skills, and their story on how they chose to work for a particular company. cool thang. people are nice (most of the times), and they treat you like a regular colleague. for example, my first job was with a law firm (doing data entry of course), for lunch…they offered to treat me to some expensive italian place. however, i had to turn the offer down because i was sooo freaking tired from the night before and wanted to go home and chill.

trying to go to bed early, and waking up early in the morning is a new culture for me. man, i can kinda relate to my roomies now (kinda). for some reason, when i sleep more hours (4-5) going to work compared to going to class (2-4) i still get so freakin’ tired at work than in school—what gives?! i think it might be a psyche thing. cause you are exd to get out from an hour, or 1.5 hour, class to see and kick it with friends at the courtyard/terrace/zotngo. so there’s that extra juice to keep you up. but at work, it’s just that you know you are going to be in there for a long time, and just can’t wait to go home and take a nap. so you are feeling sleepy already while thinking about it. or is it just me?

anyways, congratulations to SigEp football for a fall 2002 season. those were some exciting games this past week—but it was so freakin’ cold and ish. everyone was just twitching from the night’s freezin’ grip. all were just waiting to see the markers moved for yardage, or a first down, because that means they get to walk and do something to heat themselves up. but yah…great games—great season.

from my mind to yours… your money and you don’t even know it!