Friday, June 27, 2008

Mel(l)o(w)dramatic...

So here I am waiting for something new and exciting to ruin my Friday, and I must say that this is the easiest shitty Friday ever. I have had nothing go my way all day, and every time something new goes wrong I am the one that will have to fix it. Saturday. My boss had the nerve to refer to me as being "melodramatic" when I was complaining about the things that have gone wrong today. As I said to her; "easy for the person who's going to be home on Saturday to say."

That shut her up. But, truth be told, freaking out about stuff isn't going to make it any better

Thanks to the holiday next week (Independence Day, for those playing at home) on Friday, I had already planned on coming in on Sunday. This means that in two weeks I will not take a day off. (It's going to work out to a bit longer than that, but for the sake of argument, it's these two weeks that I am worried about right now.)

Not that it's anything new, but the rest of America will be enjoying a three days weekend. I won't be enjoying a damn thing. But...

Every year some friends and I throw a massive Fourth of July Party, and not going isn't an option. It's one of those things where the party has outlasted relationships, friendships (people who now hate each other still attend), and anything else that may get in the way of a good time. SO. The new plan is to go into work and then go to the party. Then go into work hung over the net day.

Waking Up Still DRUNK FTW!!!!

And I'll try to blog a bit more regularly... ;-)

3 comments:

Miss Nat said...

Fuck yeah!!! Don't let tradition go for the sake of working over a long weekend.

Have fun babes, drink heaps and party. Your boss sounds ungrateful.

The Charming Hedonist said...

My boss once told me I was being "emotional" which was a really nice way of saying what I thought didn't matter to him. I reminded him that I must be emotional when I was doing everything for him, at which point he realized he might want to shut his mouth and thank me every now and then.

Funny, he hasn't called me "emotional" since.

Cazzie!!! said...

Have a ball, stay safe, blog when you can and just enjoy life man...and "live in the now" peace :)