Thursday, October 31, 2013

Dear USPS, you stink!

Yes Post Office, I know I wasn't here for my package last Thursday.  You didn't feel like leaving it in my mailbox?  That's cool.

I submitted my request for redelivery later that day for Saturday.

Did I stay home all day on Saturday so I would be available for my package delivery?  Why yes, I did.

Why didn't you come?

When I tried to check your status, why did you just tell me to create a new one?

Why, post man who I ran into downstairs today, did you tell me to call the post office when the post office had no phone number on their website?  Why did you refuse to take my pink slip so you could then redeliver my package?  Why, post office, when I looked up your phone number on yelp, did you not pick up when I called?

Was I obnoxious?  Yes.  Did I let the phone ring for over 3 minutes?  Yes.  Did I then automatically get hung up on?  Why yes, yes I did.  Did I call back and do the same thing?  Perhaps.

Tomorrow, I will drop by after my doctor's appointment.  I really hope you haven't sent my package back.


Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Week 1...and 2 days

I've worked for L-Job for a little over a week now.

While the job itself isn't exactly....stimulating, it's a nice break from my previous line of work.  My...supervisor (?) addressed mean emails that we sometimes receive in response, and when he said, "No, you don't have to put up with that.  That's not okay," I may have pathetically sighed, "That's so nice to hear!"

It's nice not to have to put up with people being verbally abusive.

So far, everyone I have met has been nice, friendly, and enthusiastic.  It's....so nice.  Yes, I realize I keep saying "nice" but it sums it up so nicely!

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

(Temporarily) Workin' Gal

I have a job!

Kind of.

I have a temporary job working for what I will affectionately call L-Job!  It's pretty exciting, especially since I already had their app on my phone and played their games before getting the call.

My job consists of emailing people when they have problems/questions/comments.  Customer service...or support?  What's the difference?  I get to work from home most of the time, and when I do go in I get to interact with nice fun people.  ALWAYS appreciated.

A few notables: