Everything is a problem?  

kaspar1962 55M
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10/2/2005 12:57 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Everything is a problem?

I am writing this entry a second time because my first entry was lost somewhere. I hit the add button and it disappeared. So here we go....again.

I thought about my job situation a lot and concluded that I like what I do, the company and my co-workers. The only thing I don't like is the person causing me problems, who happens to be my direct supervisor. It's not that I don't like her, it's just that she was focused on me all last week. The week before she was all over another person, so maybe this week she will shift her focus again to some one else. I dislike her actions, not the person. To cover all my bases I did send out three resumes this weekend. I am not the type to take unwarranted abuse lightly.

I am not worried from a money standpoint. I am a saver, I am covered on that. It gives me a certain feeling of security and comfort to know that I will not starve if I need to make an immediate change.

I did get one good meal in this weekend, another one was OK, but not all that great. I am feeling a bit disconnected at this point. I am not even thinking of sending out emails to profiles right now.

I did get an email from the lady in Hot Springs who caused me all sorts of trouble. See posts around 8/18/05 for back story. She talked in huge circles about the incident, but never explained what really happened. The lesson to learn here is to trust your gut instincts. I first thought she was a flake and was going to pass on meeting her. I was bored, had nothing to do, so I thought why not meet her anyway. Trust your first impressions is what I say.

Well, time to hit the add button again and see what happens this time.....

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