Jaime at The Perpetual Page-Turner was inspired by a post written by Ashley (Your Super Awesome Life). Her post, If We were Having Coffee, is a great way to interact with others and share what’s going on in one’s life.
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– I’m sorry for the long hiatus. I tried to renew the domain in early March, but couldn’t. I also couldn’t get a hold of my host despite paying to renew hosting. It was a mess! He wouldn’t respond to my emails or support tickets and then one day I logged into the client area and was able to renew the domain. I don’t know what’s going to happen in April 2018. I’ll probably switch hosts.
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– During my hiatus, I lost my review muse. In fact, I pretty much lost my desire to blog, but I miss it! I’m hoping to play catch up on reviews that need to be written. I’m still around and have a few giveaways I need to post.
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– I spent a week in Denver during Labor Day weekend! It was nice to catch up with my sister and while I was up there, we went up to the Stanley Hotel. The hotel inspired Stephen King to write The Shining. I’ll post pictures and a write up later. During this trip I also spent way too much money!
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– I got a promotion! I’m now the Executive Assistant to the CEO, but she’s leaving in mid-October and the Board hasn’t hired a new CEO. Sadly, the raise I got is pennies. I know it is a non-profit, but pay us a living wage!
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– I have no desire to attend the October Quarterly Board meeting. I can’t say much, but will say this: what the fuck are they thinking? I also don’t like knowing things. And when I was approached about helping with minutes, I thought it would be a good thing to add to the resume, but since July, I’ve been thinking of stepping down.
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– I’m not happy at work. My promotion meant moving from the second front desk to an actual cubicle. Yay, for not having to answer the phones or deal with clients, but I miss having a desk to lock up my things. No one seems interested in getting me a set of drawers. But that’s not the primary reason why I’m not happy. I won’t go into detail, but it does involve a coworker.
If we were having lunch, I’d tell you– I’ve been missing Scotland a lot. I think it’s because the 10 year anniversary of my first time there. My soul longs for her and I just don’t know when I can make a trip possible.
What about you? What would you tell me if we were having lunch?