Good news, I've been working temporarily at this office for the last couple of months and every week my boss asks me if I'm available for next week. It's come to the point that it's funny, but for a while I wanted to scream, "Hire Me Already!" every time she asked.Then last week my agency called, asked how things were going, I said great and she said that my boss here wanted me to curb my internet usage. Now, I don't have that much to do here, so as long as I do everything first, I don't see why I shouldn't be on my email during my down time. I could just stare at the wall I suppose, but that would be pretty boring. So, based on that call, I thought maybe I wasn't doing so well here, because I'm sure as shit not going to stare at the wall 3/4 of the day. Anyway the agency calls today to ask if I'm free for the next two weeks. Woo. I guess that means they like me.
lolThat pic is hilarious.Why wouldn't they want to keep you around?Your the best.Obviously.
That is hilarious. Why don't you bring a book to read, or would they notice that moreso than the internet? Though they can check up on the net regardless.
Wow. That must suck not being able to use the net. I hope you can find a better permanent position. You just need to keep at it. It will happen.
Thats good that they like you, but I would be SO boerd there.
I am so bored there, but they are nice and a paycheque is a paycheque. It's not nearly as boring as museum security - remember?
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