Wednesday, November 24, 2010


first of all, to all my readers who work full time 40 hour a week jobs, kudos to you! Ive only had 3 day work weeks and Im pooped. To those young ladies who are in college, working full time is VERY different. I have the energy to get home, eat dinner, maybe watch tv and shower then pass out.

Im sure in a few weeks my body will be used to it, but right now its not.

so I love my job, we have so much fun in training. and my big confession of the week - I have a crush on my team lead. Hes from Ann Arbor MI, a natural born Michigan fan and hes married. Oh well. But he gives me faith that I might find a nice UofM grad to marry me :)

on that note I have decided being single for the holidays sucks! I have my 1st office christmas party and no one to bring. Along with that I have no date for my family's annual trip to see a christmas carol. So any of you ladies who know of a nice guy here in atlanta, please please please let me know!

I am literally falling asleep as I write this so Im gonna hit the sack. I do have some exciting news coming up :)

also - for those of you who use a reader, so you dont miss any blog posts, what do you use? I want to try one


Mrs. Jones said...

Get some rest! Working like this takes some getting used to. I was exhausted after my first few weeks of 8-5-ing it up. :-) It gets better!!!

Crazy Shenanigans-JMO said...

That's great that you're loving work! I'm single right now too and the holidays can be a little rough but being single does have some perks!

As for reading, I use google reader when I'm on my computer but on my iphone I use the google reader app which was like 2 bucks.

Ruth said...

YOu will get used to it. It is amazing how exhausting the transition is from college life to working world.
I use Google Reader.

Little Miss Can't Be Wrong said...

i felt the same way when i first started my "big girl" job... it'll take a few weeks!

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