I have no clue what day it is
I really like my job most of the time. I get to learn new things break websites and then teach myself how to fix what I just broke. Maintaining and updating other people’s code makes for good learning. There is this one designer who had her head up her ass and since she left and I’ve been maintaining, updating, FIXING her code I’ve definitely learned what not to do EVER. (ex. hard coding the navigation on EVERY page in a 5,000 page website…ok not 5,000 pages but it seems like that many. virtual includes people) Anyhow…
So I have a project list, not quite as extensive as the developers, cuz you know that’s not my job. But I have this list and it’s keeps growing. Then I have all this crap sitting in folders that needs to be done. I’m waiting for content or a file (ahem…Keith).
Then I have to answer phones for another department while they are on lunch and the calls are interrupting my train of thought. And I think that my head might explode because all I wanted to do was knock out some work so it was more ankle deep, than you know, shoulder deep. Are you following me? No. I don’t blame you cuz I don’t know what the hell I’m talking about either. (Get to the point)
I was stupid busy yesterday & I didn’t have any time for my blog (boo!). That is all.
OMG moving on…
So you know I’m leaving to go up north this weekend…SO EXCITED…especially because we are taking the doggies. Gosh I can’t wait to see them in the water. They know when they get to go on vacation. Last week I knew I needed to get them pet tags (I know we are bad canine parents, they don’t have any). According to The Dog Whisper’s newsletter, the statistics of a dog being returned to an owner is only about 10-12%. Isn’t that sad? I’ve been wanting to get them id tags for a long time now and our trip made me realize I had to get them NOW.