Joined Twitter. I rarely update on lj, but I adore texting, especially short, random messages, so twittering is pretty perfect for that.

Lots has happened the past few months. Biggest thing is my decision to leave Everest and save up to move to Albany so I can go to school at Oregon State University. I'll have to start at the community college in Albany, get my AA there, before transferring to OSU, but I'm certain this will be a better, more fulfilling journey than two years at an expensive trade school whose credits won't transfer anywhere therefore rendering the possibility of getting an MBA pretty much impossible. Also, I can take awesome classes like Tai Chi. For credit, even. How cool is that?

Work is sucky as usual. Recently one of our housekeepers was caught prostituting herself in the back truck lot. Lord knows why. She drove an $80,000 car to work every night. Needless to say she was fired, but there's still an investigation in the works because it seems likely two of her coworkers, also housekeepers, may be involved, too. It's just utter nasty business that I sorely wish I knew nothing about, but the housekeeper who was caught worked on my shift during the weekend. Pretty much, I was her only supervisor. >.< Not that I'm responsible, but I felt pretty crappy for a couple days.

Fox and I are doing good, which sometimes still surprises me. Our one year is coming up next month. The distance has been good for us. Most especially me. I'm finally learning how to be a whole person outside of the relationship, rather than a half dependent solely on that other half. It's been very enlightening.

I'm going to be trying out yoga soon. I found a couple of dvds that look promising. I've been feeling very weighed down lately, mentally and physically, and exercise has always helped with that. Getting out to walk every day isn't always possible because of my work schedule, but I'm going to try that, too. Minimum of six and max of eight hours of sleep, get up to exercise, even if it's just a ten minute walk around the block, regardless of the time of night or day. I work three different shifts every week, so my waking and going to bed times vary drastically. I'm hoping that a regular waking routine at least will help stabilize me a bit more.

Outside of work and health stuff, I've been thoroughly enjoying my usual blend of books, music, tv and movies. Perhaps next time I'll expand on that. *grins* For now, bed. *hugs to all* Night.
Below is a collection of random, hilarious emails that have crossed the desk at work the past couple of weeks. I felt like sharing. So there you go.

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Funny stories ahoy! )
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Hopefully I'll have some more fun stuff cross the desk this weekend. I've no idea where half this stuff comes from, but it never fails to get a laugh out of me.
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  • 04:18 should be sleeping. watching 'rachel getting married' instead. also, am eating peanut butter cookies. they is *very* tasty. #
  • 06:39 'rachel getting married' rocked. cried more than i expected. laughed more than i thought possible. and now i sleep. i hope. #
  • 09:10 supposed to be sleeping. Instead watching creepy horror movie 'walled in' starring mischa barton, much hated actress of 'oc' fame. *is lame* #
  • 09:12 @blueraccoon murphy is like a love/hate thing. *nods* course, that's assuming we're speaking of the same murphy... o.O #
  • 16:26 @CharkR not overrated, per se, just difficult at times. insomnia is quite familiar. #
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raijahn: (dcook - billie)
( Feb. 27th, 2009 08:39 pm)
...but I need more. Recs, anyone?

I generally grab new music by way of checking out new releases every Tuesday, hearing catchy tunes on TV shows or movies, or ravings of friends/family/coworkers, but I still feel as though I could possibly be missing out on some wicked brilliant artist.

So, please, I beg you, give me a few of your favorite artists/albums. Any genre, any decade, *anything*.

Thank you!
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