Friday, March 13, 2009


Hi there blogosphere. Long time no post.

I have reasons, really, I do. I spend my whole day on Facebook, and there's simply no time blogging. That's my excuse. Not a good one. And really, Facebook is a time sucker, but certainly not the release that blogging can be. Honestly, though, I lost that love for the blog a while back... If you remember the early days of this blog, I was a bloggin fool. I loved, loved, LOVED to blog. But then, things in my personal life went... awry. My husband's mistress read this blog. Her friends, too. It kinda was a blogging buzzkill, as you might imagine. So I started a "secret" blog. Which turned out to not be so secret. And thus, my freedom in blogging was lost. I had no joy in it anymore.

So maybe I'll give it another shot... But the main thing today is that I miss my blogging friends! Some of them I see on Twitter and Facebook, which is nice. But I miss finding new peeps, having new peeps find me, and spending hour after hour blog surfing. So therefore I (attempt) to make my return.

So what's up with me? I'm still working at the golf club, but it's not so great anymore. In October, all my friends that worked the golf course left for (literally) greener pastures-- their winter courses in Florida, Arizona, South Carolina... A few weeks later? The rest of my friends were laid off. Seems the economy does affect the rich folks who are our members. So I was left here at the Club for the (very) boring winter season without my buddies. We all still lived near each other, thank God, so we still hung out in our non-working hours, but the job itself lost its appeal. Also, boring is not even a strong enough word. It's true, I have previously wished for a job that would pay me to sit and surf the internet all day. Well, I got it, people. And it bored me to tears. Mostly. It also made me resent even doing a little tiny bit of work. But this job saved me, and I will always be grateful. This job gave me a place to live when I found myself single and without housing. This job gave me incredible friends that will be by my side for the rest of my life. And this job gave me joy in living every day in one of the most beautiful places in the world (This job also gave me a lot of shit and crap and annoyances with very wealthy people and some not-so-great moments, but we're not talking about that right now). But.

This job is ending. I had found another job and was ready to resign when another round of layoffs came and I found myself on the receiving end. Which actually worked out for me because now I get the benefits of a lay off when I intended to quit anyway. Sorta sweet. So I have, from today, fifteen days left until my last day at this job.

Five of which will be spent in Aruba on vacation.

So I'm pretty excited. I'm also FINALLY having bone-shortening surgery on my right arm that will relieve the pain I've had for nearly five years. Then I have two weeks to recover before starting my new job, which is a return to the legal trenches... I'm looking forward to it.


Desert Songbird said...

Funny how life hands us just what we need, both great and challenges, just when we need them. Glad to hear that things are on the upswing.

Have fun in Aruba! More later...

Lois Grebowski said...

Hugs dear Sadie... Big hugs!

Gayle said...

I am glad to see you back blogging. Like you, facebook takes most of the goof off time, but it is hard to be very detailed on FB!

Hope Aruba is wonderful, and your surgery goes well. And we will be anxious to hear about the new job.

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

I agree with Desert Songbird, it's wonderful how things have a way of working out. That job was what you needed, when you needed it. Now, it's time to move on (although, hello. ARUBA?!), and I hope the jump back to the legal world is a rewarding one for you. Keep us posted!

Mo said...

Glad to know you're gonna be blogging - missed ya in the 'sphere, even though I see ya on Timesucker (er, I mean Facebook).
Also glad you had fun in Aruba - whooooo!
So, going back to lawyering, eh? Hope the firm you go to treats their people right.