And then I ate two doughnuts

Always fresh, always Tim Hortons!It’s been a while since I’ve eaten doughnuts (or is it donuts? As long as you know what I mean). And maybe it was the combination of the two doughnuts with the large coffee… or maybe it was the fact that I quit my job; who knows the real reason why I am so extremely hyper as I’m writing this. I’m just hypa (it’s when you’re sooooo hyper you don’t ev’n wann’ finish yo words).

I’m not even happy, per se, that I quit. Sure, I’m happy but I’m not doing cartwheels about it. I still feel bad because I know I’m leaving them in a pinch, but I know they can manage. The boss was extremely understanding, and extremely gracious about the whole thing but it still didn’t make me want to stay – not that he was trying to get me to change my mind – and that says a lot about the situation.

And so, in 2 weeks, I will no longer be what I am now. I will be something completely different. What is this something? Who knows. I’m just hoping it’s not something that will require the wearing a chicken suit (actually would that be a beaver suit because I’m in Canada?), or worse yet, my birthday suit.

Here goes nothing!

responses to “And then I ate two doughnuts” 9

  1. Canucklehead – thanks, it’s a bit of both I’d say. Thanks 🙂

    Michael – I know.

    Pit – thanks. It’s looking up, even if all I’ve gotten are calls from agencies so far.

    Beeker – but they’re so shiny! Thanks so much 🙂

    Jillian – Sometimes, you just have to do the hard thing to make life better right? Harming your self huh? I haven’t gotten it that bad, but I don’t want to! lol Thanks for the well wishes 😀

    Monique – thanks so much! I only hope employers will see it too! And thanks for the constant hugs 😀 *hug!*

    Erica – Thanks 🙂 I agree!

    Ben – Thanks, I hope so too! hehe I try my best not to use a word unless I know how to spell it correctly. When I was little I was so good at spelling – that if there were spelling bees in Dubai, I’d be the champion every single year. I’m not as good now, but I still try and do right by it. hehe

  2. I hope you find a better job! 🙂

    Also, it is so rare to see someone writing per se correctly – usually I see “per say” or “persay”. It’s the little things that count, lol.

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  3. Here’s to change! It is often just what you need.

    Erica’s last blog post..Channeling my inner Martha Stewart

  4. Well, I’m going to send you big {{{{{{{{{{HUGS}}}}}}}}}}}}.

    Girl, from what I can see over the interwebs (my moms word) you are talented, and funny, and sassy, and smart, and creative, so you should be able to find somewhere to channel all that talent without ending up in a beaver outfit or naked unless you wanna.

    So keep your chin up, and I wish you the best of luck in your search for that new job 🙂

    Monique’s last blog post..This Is How You Take A Poo In New Mexico

  5. Stay positive and good luck! I quit my job last year (without one to move on to…) and I still maintain, broke or not, it was the best thing I ever did. I hated it, was overstressed and generally unhappy. I mean you know you’re in trouble when you contemplate harming yourself JUST so you have an excuse to call in sick.

    But yeah, I hope you find something you like… or can at least tolerate and grow from there!

    have a good one!

    Jillian’s last blog post..When Moms Attack

  6. Well, that’s life.. things happe. You just have to face it. Not much choice anyway.

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