Sunday, February 20, 2005

Aren't your favorite words to hear at work, "I don't know, it's not my job." "Why would I know, it's not my job." "It's not my job to keep track of that." "It's not my job."
I wonder how quickly that this would fly if one of the owners asked them the same question... but to a fellow employee, in need or not, why help? It may mean having to get off your butt for a minute and not finish playing those computers games downloadable on MSN.
I am only ranting because unfortunately I am one of those employees that tries to stay on top of what is going on and where things are at!
And for American society today, that seems to be the exception and NOT THE RULE...
Can anyone recommend some ways to change myself into a slack-ass?

Monday, February 14, 2005

So I received this is in my email this am, pretty sick actually when you think about it. It doesn't seem many think that Michael is that innocent anymore!

Wednesday, February 09, 2005

I have been ruminating over a few things this week...
amongst them...

*I am going to make more of an effort to have FEWER REGRETS...someone very wise informed me that those are the things that you think about most when you are older. So, I'm definitely going on this trip to Italy this summer.

*It's ok to not like someone. It happens, and it needn't be rationalized.

*There are individuals in our lives that have much smaller lives than our own. I work with such an individual. He likes to make everyone's life hell at work, and I find it hard to not let him get to me... he's just so gosh-darned LOUD!