I'm on lots of drugs now. The decongestant, the antibiotic, all gigantic pills. And I took nyquil again last night which I think I'm going to stop doing, I mean, I still cough and it makes me not wake up for another twelve hours. Some of you might not mind that, but I'm a take-charge kinda girl, I hate waking up at 10:45 in the morning and realizing the world has started without me today. Uhg.
I'm going to leave the house soon. The list:
- resume paper
- sharpie marker for mum
- talk to post office about weird mail I got that isn't addressed to me
- cash money order sent to me as refund for junk router I bought a month ago on ebay
Also, everyone around me is swimsuit shopping. I feel the urge. I mean, the bikini I bought a couple years ago does not fit right, I'm not sure it ever did, and the one-peice I have is just too boring, I want my stomach to be sorta tan. So maybe it's time for some of that. I'll look today at Target.
Random thought: How does a company that takes 6-8 weeks to process a resume ever plan to hire anyone? I mean come on people, I really hope I'm already employed in 6-8 weeks. What are they doing? Is there a back door I'm totally missing? Because god knows I've tried the front door. And the web site. And the phone.
What do technical writers develop? Where do they go? What do they learn? There is a huge difference between someone who's been an engineer for two years and someone who's been an engineer for 15 years. Is it the same with writers? I don't think so.
That's what's got me, I finally pegged it. If anyone out there wants to tell me I'm wrong about that profession, go for it, until then I'm going to feel this way. I'll keep applying for the positions, but not as hard as I'll work for web design work.