How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Hmmm... I lost them...

Jen and Paul said they could grab me from work. I forgot to leave them the keys so they could go out, and I forgot to give them directions the night before- I had Cate give them the number for NH to get them.

At about 5:15, there was still no sign of them, so I left a note in case they did show up after getting really lost, and grabbed a ride with Taz- the facilities guy. They weren't at the apartment, so I fear I have misplaced my guests. This is an undergoodness.

In further r0xx0rness, they've further straightened the place when I was gone, so go them, yet again.

In yet further r0xx0rness, I'm not working next week- I was one week off of my counting of weeks- forgetting that this is technically the first week in September, and not next week.

In a final bout of r0xx0rness, I got paid, and cashed the check, because the Charter One in downtown (the bank the check is drawn off of) stays open till nine or ten.

I'm still wondering where my guests are.

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