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19 February 2007 @ 02:14 pm
How can the day only be half over?  
I woke up in the night with nausea again. Swigged a bunch of Pepto from the bottle by my bed, which damped it down enough that I could go back to sleep. I'm going to take a vacation in between jobs. At least two weeks. Four would be better.

Anyway, now I'm tired, and the day is dragging, and I want to go home and not come back here tomorrow. Yargh.

I think some of my stress comes from marking time. I don't do well when I'm left to wait. I need to have projects, and goals, and stuff like that. Right now I'm waiting out my time here, and when everything in me wants to go forward but I have to stay still, I get agitated.

New job has not yet received my new app. New Boss left a message today asking me to call her. This makes me feel better, as it's the first contact between us since December that I didn't initiate. Nice to know they're worried about hearing from me. Maybe it won't take three months to get everything worked out.
Kayefreak_in_need on February 19th, 2007 10:14 pm (UTC)
I hate just running out the clock. I feel like I'm not earning my paycheck. Plus, you know, extreme boredom.
Elletheletterelle on February 19th, 2007 10:59 pm (UTC)
Right, exactly. I even asked my Big Boss for some work, and he pretty much told me to just hang out. So. Bored.

Are you around tonight? I'm heading home now, but I'd like to catch you online in an hour or two.
loracjloracj on February 19th, 2007 11:19 pm (UTC)
I encountered a lot of nausea with the anti-depressants and cut my dosage. It made it better, and didn't hurt the rest of the help they provided.
Just saying.
cocoajava on February 20th, 2007 12:36 am (UTC)
What about setting some project goals for yourself? A list of garden projects to tackle, perhaps? Maybe that'd get your mind off of marking time for others - mark it for yourself!