Indiana Joanna (khakipants) wrote,
Indiana Joanna
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nana nana nana nana

Once again, I want not to be here. The company is in the last few days of a gi-huge-ic project that affects everything we do, and for which every department in the office has taken on a huge chunk of extra work. And when someone has more duties than they can handle at one time, the extra busywork gets passed on. To me. Labels and data entry and sorting, oh my. I wouldn't complain, really, because I don't mind having activity at work, but a few of these people have stopped asking. They just come to the lobby with a stack of papers and a little grin and say "I have a little project for you . . ." Not that I'd say no, but I kinda like pretending to have the option. Besides, I'm grumpy today and would much rather be home than doing any of this.

I have a nice lunch in the fridge here, but I really don't want to sit in the lunchroom and socialize today, and it's rather too warm to sit outside when we have no shade nearby, so I'm thinking I'm going to take my lunch to my parents' house today.

Batman Begins last night. It was fantastic. My biggest complaint, in fact, was that the theatre was about 33 degrees Fahrenheit. Other than that, the experience was great.

Here's the part where I test out the "tags" feature:
Tags: complaining, movies, work
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