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13 June 2016 @ 10:32 pm
  • my parents and I moved to a smaller place (we moved May 7th, and I still haven't unpacked the majority of my books because I lost my big floor-to-ceiling bookshelf during the move and can only have tiny bookcases now, but it's ok: TINY BOOKCASES IN MY TINY APARTMENT FOR MY TINY FAMILY);
  • I've gotten a job (!!!!! but also it's temporary, and will end in August and the soul-crushing hell that is looking for a job will begin again; also bc of said job i am now always tired and going to be bed ridiculously early, like 10pm early. this is, of course, a major contrast from going to bed at 2am most nights pre-job);
  • my twin brother is moving at the beginning of July to France for two or three years. FRAAAAANCEEEEEEE aaahhhh majorly jealous of stupid civil engineers and jobs that afford them the opportunities to live in France.
  • speaking of siblings, my older brother brought a house with his girlfriend at the end of April, I believe. The house is also tiny and pretty much all woods on all sides. but it is adorable and it is their own.

Huh. I mean, laid out in a list like this, it doesn't seem like much has happened??? but it feels like a million things packed into a million emotions.

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Three Days of Violence Against Vegtables: Brain on Fandomlil_1337 on June 14th, 2016 03:31 am (UTC)
Moving is a big thing that takes a lot of time and energy. Sorry to hear about your bookcases.

Congrats on the job. What are you doing?

// in the sepulchre there by the sea //moon_destiny on June 15th, 2016 03:28 am (UTC)
That it does. ;(

I'm a screening assistant. Basically, everyone who works in hospitals/labs/vaguely medical buildings in the state of Maine can get rewards on their health insurance every year by basically telling their health provider their blood pressure, height, and weight (that's for this year--other years they've also drawn blood but thankfully we're not doing that this year) and I'm essentially the person who has to enter all those results digitally (well--along with my supervisor and this other temp who trained with me and assists when she's not out in the field gathering this bp/height/weight of every professional who wants to enroll...there are actually six other people who are temps with me essentially but they're out in the field like her while i stay in the "office".)

It sounds like drudgery work and it can be a bit but I also find it exciting somewhat, of course that could be the 'yay at least some one hired me for something' high i'm still on...
Three Days of Violence Against Vegtables: Chibi Melil_1337 on June 15th, 2016 05:00 am (UTC)
That does sound like an interesting job. Lots of variety in what you put in I bet.