Oh Wise FFeeple, lend me your thoughts! The only volunteer opportunities coming up are the slightly more difficult, higher pressure Dixie Dog slots. It feels over my head, but if that's the only thing coming up I feel like I should do it anyhow. Input?
I am fine with blood and guts and most things involved with injury but seeing stitches on me or on anyone else still makes me nauseas or at least gives me the heebie-jeebies. Give me a busted tooth any day.
Because I couldn't make a meeting this morning, I've just emailed my colleagues a very hastily put-together summary of the data and findings I was going to share. I feel like a little girl playing grown ups or something. Anyone else still feel like a kid pretending to do adult things?
Guy with cut gems next to me just told the lady standing at my table "when you are done playing with the little kids beads come on over to the adult section". And motioned to his display. Everyone laughed, me not so much. People are weird.
Cellphone rings. Me: "Hello?" Caller: "Hello, may I speak with <JKRAM> please?" Me: "Speaking." Caller: "Hello, Mr. <JKRAM>, I'm with Charter Cable and I'm calling to offer you some of our newest, better-than-ever deals!" [Meaning they're exactly the same one's they've called about--and that I've declined--every month for the last year.]
Volunteering: This week they only asked for Dixie dog volunteers. The Dixie Dog program is great, bringing dogs up from the south where the adoption rate is very low. But Dixie dogs need a lot more than the other dogs (they're in quarantine, have a tiny walking area, and have less training) and I'm sure that's not a good place to start. :(