Saturday, April 12, 2008

Hello My Fellow Bloggers!

I have missed reading you alls posts and I am looking forward to catching-up! This week has been a real Bleep, I mean doozy for me. You know it’s going to be a bad week when Monday begins with an early dark dawn drive in the fog to work. I broke the number one rule of the road, never follow the car in front of you. Having done so, I ended up following a car into a gated, small wooded desolated area. Strangely my first thoughts were, oh please don’t let my car stall, don’t let me get bogged down back here, don’t be a murder, don’t be dumping a body for me to witness. Perhaps the driver was thinking the same thing about me because fortunately the auto began turning around, apparently having made a wrong turn also due to the thick mist. The rest of my week is a bit foggy. Mostly stress related work issues of the higher ups emphasizing daily the rules and regulations. Possible a strategy to pressure some of us employees into quitting, since we are currently overstaffed for the decreasing work load. Then Tuesday my car broke down, luckily not in a deserted area. However; I am still in sticker shock – a $500 car repair involving the ignition module – supposedly the central nervous system of the auto that controls the rpms, spark plugs, distributor cap, etc. There is never a good time for your car to break down, however; this was the worse as I had an important Doctor appointment I had to cancel due to a lack of transportation arrangements. An appointment with a Specialist that now I can not get in to see for another 3 months. Needless to say, none of these events have helped my health. For the most part, migraines that are increasingly becoming worse daily. All I can say is what the bleep, what a week. Hope you all had a much better week than this!


Jos said...

Hi Michelle! Boy, did you have a grrreat week... Hope you will be able to use this weekend to forget some of that [bleep]. I think it is horrible to not be able to go to an important medical appointment because of transportation problems.
Do take good care of yourself, wil you? And don't worry about catching up, our posts will still be here later ;)
I suggest you go out and try and have some fun!

mauniejames3 said...

I so agree with Jos....kick back..have some fun...flirt a little..that will make you feel so much the by...I'm back in Ma...Hubby drove a ten hour and twelve hour day...just one night somewhare in Georgia...he's totally nuts...