Quick on the draw

May 17, 2007 | work

I think I might have a change of heart as far as my office is concerned. I’m really lucky, all the guys on my team are fairly easy to get along with, and my boss couldn’t be nicer. Well, I essentially have two, and both are easy to work with. Tuesday was my six-month work anniversary, woo. It’s amazing how much I’ve learned in the span of six months. Actually, crazy to think about.

I think, in that same six months, I’ve undergone quite the transformation. I’m a lot more comfortable with myself, probably because I’ve been able to have stability with this job, it’s a 9-5, easy to forget about on Friday afternoons and I don’t have to think about it again until my commute on Monday mornings, which is nice. I’m much more independent, which fueled my go-forth-and-conquer attitude with a vengeance. I want my hands in everything I can possibly get them on, and I’m slowly making the necessary decisions to going back to school. That being said, I’m also far less stressed out, and I love the new take-charge side of me. Quite frankly, I’m pretty damn proud of myself. Toot toot, bitches.

I’ve been navigating through Google and gotten into all kinds of things, which is fantastic. It’s great to get excited about things. I hit a lull too, a while back, and that kinda pulled me down for a while. I didn’t know what to do with myself because I didn’t have to study and write papers and read for class. I think I finally found a happy medium though, at least for a while.

Plus, I gained a newfound love for Macs. Never thought I’d say that.

I think my beach trip will come at a perfect time this summer.
Ditto to the track time at Road Atlanta.
And moving. Oh how I detest traffic.