Thursday, January 31, 2008

I'm dismantling my desk at work

I didn't expect it to be sad, but it kind of is! Because I'm going through CDs and finding the first ones I ever reviewed here and it feels like a long time ago. The funny thing is that I remember being not all that happy at the time, and so I'm feeling nostalgia for something I don't remember fondly. Also, perhaps dismantling isn't right word if that suggests some kind of hot allen wrench action. I just mean going through the mountains of crap I collected here. I changed desks three times over the last three years and by the third time I didn't even really set stuff up, I just lived like a desk refugee (though the post-it note that says "please buy a stamp for personal mail" which I found on a piece of mail thoughtfully returned to me, is proudly tacked up on my bulletin board.) What was I saying? Back to the sorting I go!


Anonymous said...

*streeeeetch..*. Oh, excuse me. I just woke up a few minutes ago. That's the con of staying up late watching Red Eye. But if I had to do it all again..Well, I will get that chance. Anyway, like Harvey Keitel, I enjoyed you last night. You sure looked purty. I thought the "kind" comment was very clever, but disturbing at the sametime cause I knew what it meant. Ahh, the Wonder Years. I thought the show overall was pretty good. I agree with Ted, I like the viewer mail. Well, I'm all over the place right now, and you have work to do. So I'm gonna go back to MuMu Land. I think it's neat you know what an allen wrench is. Very cosmopolitan! I just said that, I don't even know if that's the proper thing to say. If I don't get my 13 hrs, I'm just no good. Stay strong while you handle going through change. We here at the sausage factory support you.


joe said...

Don't look back Alison!

When I read "dismantling my desk" I thought maybe you were bringing it home with you. Can't imagine it's THAT nice of a desk.

It's amazing how much crap can accumulate over time. I'm not a pack-rat, but I still manage to pile up a lot of stuff I'll never look at or need again. I always think "I just might need that again some day". Yeah - like maybe when I'm 127.

Ted from Accounting said...

I went through that same thing a year ago...It does kind of suck! I couldn't believe how much crap I had at work!

I really expected you were going to post what a great going away party TONY had for you! If they didn't throw one then shame on them!

Kudos to your Time Travel post AE! That was very clever!