Friday, December 3, 2010

Week in Review

  1. To Do lists, when I have something to do, are my best friends ... after all my books, of course!
  2. Mr. C - now that was all sorts of inappropriate!  If you hadn't just been released from the hospital, I'd give you a piece of my mind.  Clients must be reminded that they are clients. I liked medical social work, no one got overly friendly or casual. It was always clear who was who.
  3. Work is a mess.  People not doing paperwork, forging paperwork, etc. Ethical nightmare. I think I have found yet another reason for why they have lost more than 6 social workers in the past 7 months.
  4. Work gave me a migraine today. *Clings to the excedrin bottle for dear sanity*
  5. Michaels & JoAnn's - you make me nauseous. Stimuli overload.
  6. I like being a Traditional Roman Catholic aka Scrooge; thank you very much!
  7. I feel like upchucking my excedrin
  8. Diggin Up Bones
  9. Thinking I might give Prof C a piece of my mind, and we all know how that will go!  Making me think of Joseph again.  Everything had been nice and neatly tucked away.  Joseph's one of those people you only think about every once in a while, at certain moments.  Then you want to let them invade your inner world like Dom let Mal into his.  Joseph's like that, and things don't seem that strange anymore.  But I wish he was here.  I still think he got lucky though; he got off.  He's got it good.
  10. To heck with the concert, gonna go do a nice quiet dinner with my friends. Stay indoors, sans parents.
  11. Want to quilt again.

Monday, November 29, 2010


I'm going to be crying myself to sleep tonight.  I'm okay with it since (a) I'm choosing to rather than being overwhelmed and (b) its about Joseph.  I'm spending time thinking about what could have been.

It was wrong of her to end class on such a morose note, but what do I know? I'm just the student.

Sunday, November 28, 2010


Faith lives on things that are most dark, just as hope lives best on the elements of despair.
-- Blessed Nivard, OSB Cist.

It's the tagline in the email attached to this blog.  I haven't changed it in over 2 years; must be good for something.