Friday, June 02, 2006

Last Day Charlie

45 minutes to go.  Till freedom – freedom from my day job.

 

I am feeling quite sad actually – because this is all I know – getting dressed in the morning, curling my eyelashes, trying to work out what to wear.  Last minute ironing.  Feed my poor dog who looks totally heartbroken every morning when we leave for work.  Rush through peak hour traffic, then stagger into work in complete disarray and with mad hair. 

 

Then a FULL day of waiting for the clock to tick away.  Sometimes the excitement gets a bit too much for me because I have to wait for a blood test result or beta result.  Those days are the absolute worst.

 

Dickwit just came by and made an attempt to look at the subject of this email (I am posting using work email) whilst pretending to ask me a question.  I coolly waved him off. This is not the right time to ask me about a number I made up three months ago for some random calculation based on assumptions.  Spare me the drama please.

 

42 minutes to go. 

12 comments:

soralis said...

Hope you enjoy your "freedom".

Take care

Just another Jenny said...

I am sure you will miss dickwit the most!

Your almost there!

Kris said...

So jealous! Enjoy not being tied to the desk!

Alli said...

Wow - freedom! Hope the rest of the countdown went quickly!!

StellaNova said...

Welcome to your freedom.

And my jealousy.

Only 8 hours until I have to get up and join the treadmill. That's when it will really hit. When you don't have to join it tomorrow morning.

Em said...

Enjoy the countdown!

Thalia said...

Congratulations on being free from servitude.

I have to ask -what happened with your colleague's cycle?

Betty said...

Wow! You are free! Woo hoo

Kath said...

Dear Drew, congratulations on being free!

Meg said...

Drew - I just discovered your blog.. congratulations on finishing work! I am full of pure unadulterated envy, I have to say. (Only one week till school holidays and counting.

Mony said...

You still in your P-J's?

Just another Jenny said...

I hope you are doing well - how is it leaving the daily rat race?