So, I handed in everything already. Got to explain what was up to one of the people I worked with that I actually got along with, as well as one of the residents that didn’t want to see me go.
How sad does that last part sound?
Anyway, I have to head to a meeting, well, not really a meeting, per-say, later today-around one-and get some food. I think that I may have five dollars to put in the gas tank, though that’ll be enough for the trip today and that’s about all. We’re screwed on money, seriously, and I’m thinking that I may just have to borrow some since we over-withdrew by like, one dollar. (Just tell me that doesn’t suck.)
Well, I’m currently wondering whether or not I should send a letter to the company that I was working at and telling them all the things that have been going on or if I should write one to state. Either way, it doesn’t much matter because they have someone on the side of both that are relatives of employees and they’ll know ahead of time if anyone is coming to give an inspection. That’s bullshit, by the way.
If anyone has any ideas on what I should do about that, please go right ahead and comment. It’d be much appreciated, since I’m currently perplexed on the subject.
Comment posted by — — —
at 6/25/2007 5:27:13 PM
That’s not something I want to ever have to ask for.
Though, if you are in the market for buying expensive things, I can totally help you.
Comment posted by Donnie
at 6/25/2007 10:36:21 AM
I’d gladly lend you whatever cash I have if you need it.