|I do not want to go to work today
||[Sep. 29th, 2008|08:02 am]
Said little Mary Ann McKay.|
Honestly, work isn't the real problem. I like work, it's just the Physical Therapy appointment. He hurt me so bad last time I'm afraid and dreading going again. I'm already in worse than average pain and curled in a blanket trying to muster the will to get ready for work, so doing lots of weight lifting is just not sounding appealing. I can't cancel PT because they will charge me $80 out of pocket and there isn't extra money to waste right now. In fact, I've been holding off getting my prescriptions filled until Thursday so I can get them all at once on payday. It sounds stupid to some of you, I know, but they are making me nauseated anyhow, so really, I'd rather wait until it fits better into my personal budget, but I can go get them after work today if I really want to, just toss them on my credit card.
It was a relaxing and nice weekend. I finally got to Target and the book store. My Mom and I decided we are going to Belize in Feb and hopping over to Guatemala. I told her once the layoffs are done at work I'll put down non-refundable money, but my health has been a real piece of crap this year. I am proud of the work I've done this year anyways and I think my team has stepped up and been a huge company asset this year, but you never know. You just have to piss off one person to get on the layoff list, or be unpopular the second they make that list, or fall off of someone's budget. Ahhhh, that's software in a rough economy, isn't it. My company is doing great, but I know that executives aren't blind to what is happening to the US Economy at large. I am feeling a 20% risk of being laid off, which is higher than I usually feel after such a year of high performance. Thinking about vacation made me feel better. I'm off to work.
Craig and I have still not worked out our plans for the holidays. I've been putting it off. This is the one time of year that it is easier to be single.