So some of you know that I had spent the better part of a year in a serious depression. Today marks one year since I began seeing my therapist for treatment.
I'm feeling much better these days, nowhere near as unstable and down as I had been for so long. It's still somewhat surprising to me to wake up each day and feel good. :blink: I know that sounds stupid, but I've been down so low for long, it seems like I've always felt that way. It's good to feel good again.
This past July my boss went out on disability (Again) and I got pushed into doing all her work! So since July I'vee doing ordering, inventory, putting loads away, baking and pretty much running the Bakery department! So last week my supervisor tells me that he thinks I have bee ndoing a good job ang that he is giving me title of Bakery Manager till my real manager returns probably in January!
I get the pay and everything! :yea:
Today I go to the annual Department Head manager meeting
Finally two more days of work till my vacation! One week off hanging out with my bestest buddy ever, Lorraine! She arrives on Saturday! Just a week of Disneyland, Sea World, Movies, eating out and just doing nothing! The things we do best!
So my job is sending me to New York for a month.
I can't believe it's happened so fast and that I'm leaving Sunday. In many ways I don't feel ready. I have so much to do. But on the other hand, I'm very excited for the adverture that awaits.
Having worked from home for the past few years, I'm excited to spend some time in an actual office ... taking the subway to work has to be better than the 405 freeway, right?
My weekends will be free and I simply can't
Many of you know I look in on my mom a couple times a week after work. See how she is, have dinner with her.
Lately though, it's becoming harder for me to go over there. All I want to do is go HOME after work, but there's this nagging guilty feeling that I feel I need to do this.
My other siblings aren't around to go visit her. My sister never drives in just to see her, she sees her when -I- drive her to her house. My brother lives too far, but he manages to see her
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