June 14, 2004


All the I's are crossed and the T's are dotted, and this is my last week on this project. Beginning next monday, my commute distance doubles, my hours start even earlier, and I'll be back in a learning environment again. I'm looking forward to this change because I've gotten stale and too comfortable where I'm at.

I may vent and bitch about work at some future date, but then again, what's the point? I take great comfort in the fact that I'm being replaced by a singularly unhelpful "help desk", and their personnel turnover so far is massive and constant. Most of my users have already stopped by to say goodbye and tell me how sorry they are to see me go, which is always good for the ego.

I may occasionally do a remote Nog Watch, so those anxiously riveted to their seats need not worry.

I like working early hours, so I've already gotten the ok to work 6am-3pm at the new place. This is good because I'll miss the worst of the traffic both ways. It's bad because I'll have to leave my house at 5am, at least until I figure out exactly how long it'll take to get there.

During the interview, the big boss explained what they were doing and where they were going with the new project, then asked me what I thought about it. I told him it sounded like fun.

*nipple check* Yep, I'm excited.

Posted by Ted at June 14, 2004 10:41 AM | TrackBack

"*nipple check* Yep, I'm excited."

Classic. Descriptive. Both.

Posted by: Patton at June 14, 2004 10:03 PM

State.gov no more, eh?

Posted by: SpaceMonkey at June 17, 2004 01:53 AM
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