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(no subject) [Jun. 25th, 2006|03:02 pm]

Dear Previous Owner;

I am thoroughly disgusted with your lack of hygeine skills. The keyboard is not a garbage recepticle, a napkin or even a plate. Therefore, your food crumbs do not belong wedged between the keys, building up into an Everest of Grossness. 

Did you eat your lunch in front of your computer everyday, mouth gaping ridiciously, poised over the keyboard just so, perfectly so that you wouldn't lose one morsel of food to the ground? 

Did you never have time to break for lunch because you were so keen about taking calls? Must answer phone... Hah. I doubt that... no one in here is that dedicated.

Was it because you had never heard of lunchrooms? Or perhaps you were not familiar with the concept of a plate. Maybe the plentiful desk-space threw you off. Logically, the keyboard was the only reasonable place to eat food from. 

Or do you have no friends, previous owner? So you hid confined in your cubicle, eating lunch in front of the computer, feigning extreme interest in java game you were playing? This seems the most likely situation, considering the amount of souveneirs you so kindly left for me, hidden not-so-steathily amoungst the buttons that I must rest my fingers upon each and every work day.

Please. Close your mouth when you eat, previous user. Get a plate. A Napkin. Use a table. Just stop abusing the keyboards, and leaving them for unsuspecting visitors. 


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Thank you Employer... [Jun. 24th, 2006|09:34 am]

for having programs that don't function properly, causing me to take 19 minutes to log into my computer this morning. 

I do appreciate it. The mystery, that is. Each morning it's like a fun game. I come to work and guess which of my 12 programs, which I need to do my job, will not work. Sometimes, it's easily fixed by restarting the computer (a la this morning). 

Other times, it requires an hour-or-two long phone call to (Lack of) Help Desk.

It's those days I really love. 

I know it must be hard for you, though, Employer. To design and maintain reliable programs for your employees. I'm sure you enjoyed paying me $5.10 simply to log on to the system this morning. I'm sure it gives you great pleasure when you pay me over $30 to sit on the phone with Help Desk while they try and fix my problem, (although watching them use my cursor from their office is actually entertaining).

So, once again, Thank you Employer.

You've done a stand-up job.

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Wow.... [Jun. 18th, 2006|03:59 pm]

I feel like I've entered the twilight zone. 

Ok, yes. It is Father's Day. Yes, the majority of people in the office today are fathers. Today, the main drama going on in the office? Whether or not people had installed their carseats correctly... and further, if you can fit three car seats in one car. 

"Just get a van" someone suggested... 

"Or stop popping em out like you have a baby factory" I retorted.

I'm so going to get fired.

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Note to Roomies: [May. 16th, 2006|07:43 am]
Starting to watch Any Given Sunday at 1:00am is probably not the best idea we ever came up with... especially when we all have class at 8:30am the next day!
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(no subject) [May. 9th, 2006|12:17 pm]
First all-nighter of the semester...

the day before my 3rd day of class. 

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This semester... [May. 4th, 2006|07:24 pm]
...is starting off so fast.  I've only had two days of class and I'm already swamped with readings, and an assignment due on next day of class... Not to mention that I have to write a work-report for co-op by Tuesday. I also start work at Bell (in Toronto) on Monday. Wow. How did I get myself into this? 

I feel overwhelmed. 

I'll be okay... Just breathe girl. 

Despite all that stuff, I'm still feeling happy, excited and good about this term. Non-school stuff is going well, except there is a serious lack of people around here! 

It's time to buckle down and get to it...
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A few things come to mind... [Apr. 29th, 2006|04:14 pm]
when I think about Allan's reaction to the "harmless", "cute", "non-malicious" prank we played on him Thursday night.

"Men show their character in nothing more clearly than by what they find laughable."

"Humor is perhaps a sense of intellectual perspective: an awareness that some things are really important, others not." -Christopher Morley

Nobody saw it coming, least of all us. We wouldn't have done it otherwise. You live, you learn. Not only did it teach me a lot about Allan, but about the other people around me. :)
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Sooo.... [Apr. 26th, 2006|05:34 pm]
I need your advice...

Do I do another semester of co-op at the Island School?
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borrowed from meeanda :) [Apr. 20th, 2006|09:20 pm]
googled "keri needs" 

keri says that she "needs something to hang onto" (or someone...)

keri needs healing, she is very angry, hurt, and upset over many issues (ugh. i so just walkaway and let it fester)

keri needs healing and peace (a time to rest and just be me.)

keri needs a lot more motivation for her actions  (so true!)

keri needs to pay her bills  (yes. i'm soooo behind! : ( )

keri needs help

keri needs lunch (no, but i didn't get any snack!!!)

keri needs a kiss on the rosy cheek

keri needs to learn how to dance

keri needs to know how many people to invite for each person to have an equal number of carrots and have no carrots left over

keri needs comments on her page (it really said this!)

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It's mating season... [Apr. 17th, 2006|12:32 am]
Where's my boy?
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