Nov. 2nd, 2010

caycilia: (keyboard)
Sitting at panera and just got out 332 words for the morning before I get off to work.  I think that's pretty good since I had to re-plan and re-outline a scene at the same time.

The outlet location at panera is dreadful.  Most of the tables I'd actually like to sit at are nowhere near plugs, and even if they are, a cord would create a trip-wire.  Maybe the real problem is my completely useless computer battery more than it is the location of the plugs though.  It's up for grabs I suppose.

 I'm going over to my parents' house this afternoon to work on some band stuff (my DH and I have an acoustic duo).  I'm uploading all our recordings to www.bandcamp.com which is sure to take forever, mostly because they only accept files in lossless formats, such as FLAC and WAV.

If I'm doing what I should I'll get writing done while all that stuff uploads.  And it could take a while because I have four albums worth to get online.

Maybe I'll actually talk to my boss today about where the music program is headed.  I hope so, but I also don't hope so.  I am so uninterested in work right now.  It will probably remain this way for the rest of November due to nanowrimo, but maybe my proposed improvements will help.

In any case, I have to shut down the computer, use the bathroom (overshare!) and go to work.  So I'm off.

AAAH!

Nov. 2nd, 2010 10:28 pm
caycilia: (jesus)
I am quitting my job, and that is it.  The only question is how soon.  Oh, and also, under what circumstances.





When I refuse to do the job of a playground monitor all day instead of my real job, which is music teacher, I just might get canned.





But I'm really not worried about it.





According to my mother, I'm still in demand around the public school district as a substitute and I have applied to teach at [ski resort] this winter as well as had an extensive conversation with the snow sports director.





Words to my boss: Your school is a joke.  It is more like a holding pen.  I thought it was different.





I think she might say something like "You're letting the children down".  And if she does I will either a) not respond, or b) say "And you've let me down".





I'd write more about this, but It's been ongoing and is very upsetting and I've already talked about it to my DH and both parents separately today, so going through everything a fourth time isn't really on my to-do list.





In any case, NaNoWriMo is so more important to me than all that crap right now.  And so is getting on the D.S. (District Superintendent for my district of the United Methodist Church) about rescheduling my Local Pastor candidacy meeting.





Aaah!  Too much going on!  And I haven't been 100% in the brain waves lately either.  And I forgot to take my lovely medication last night/this morning.





Boo.  Maybe tomorrow will be better?  I'm doubtful.

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