Dominitus (dominitus) wrote,

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Funny how we can move so quickly between two emotions. I had a horrible night at work last night. Unexpected visit from a loss prevention officer who did a thorough sweep of the store. There were a lot of things wrong with my department, not all of them my fault. The fact that he wrote us up on all the bad things wasn't the worst of it, his visit put me way behind schedule, and I had to work doubly hard to not only catch up, but to get the bare minimums done. Needless to say I wasn't really in a good mood. We joked about it after work, which helped put me in a better frame of mind, and by the time I got home I was once again crashed out in front of my monitor, ready to prowel the nothingess to see what was happening. Had some good conversations, got to talk to twilitemystique and devilmiyu, which was bliss really - those two always, always cheer me up. So within hours I've gone from being quite upset, to happy, content... and other things, after chatting with Miyu. ;)

I'm still trying to decide how I'm going to work my livejournal. I don't have a very eventful life, but I do a lot of thinking and feeling. Should I write lots of small updates, as I could quite easily do.. just feeding my journal when I feel like penning a few sentances? Or should I wait for everything to build up and write large posts? I can't decide. Your thoughts?

Anyways, I'm off to attend my grandfather's 70th birthday party. A lot of relatives have come down for the event. I hope it will be as enjoyable as his last big party, which was surprisingly fun. Bye all!

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