I’m alive, I swear! It has been a bit, I know. I’ve sat down a million times to write posts, but then this thing called exhaustion kicks in and I suddenly fall asleep. At nine o’clock. I’m like an old person and I’m barely thirty.
I got a job, sort of. It’s a temp job that started in the beginning of December and was supposed to last two weeks, but it’s still going. Of course, it was also supposed to be a data entry job….it isn’t. I literally wait around for someone to hand me stickers to put on boxes. Sometimes I do cycle counts and try to match serial numbers we actually have to those the fancy sheets of paper say we’re supposed to have.
It’s as exciting as it sounds. Lately, they’ve even let me scan boxes to help out the shipping people.
Guess I’m moving up in the world.
It isn’t a terrible job. I get paid well, especially for around my tiny hometown. I don’t stress out about it, and people generally leave me alone to do my own thing. It pays the bills.
I guess the problem is my old job. I miss it. I had a family there. We cared about each other. I felt like I mattered. Yes, I was technically replaceable, but I would be missed. Where I’m at now, it isn’t like that. I only talk to two or three guys there sporadically. Nobody really cares what I do as long as I get most of what I’m supposed to do done. It’s a little soul-crushing, to be honest. But it’s a job. It helps to support my family, which is what it’s all about. That’s the important thing.
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Erm….right…I guess. I also started a new job recently. It’s not bad, it’s not good. It’s just….nothing, to be honest. I don’t like it but I don’t hate it. I guess at the end of the day what’s important is that I have a means of earning some money. That is all.
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Yep, that’s exactly what I’m dealing with. It isn’t a bad job, but it does nothing for me except provide bill money. Nothing that would make me want to stay.
Welcome back btw 🙂
Thanks for the welcome back! I missed all this.