Friday, February 27, 2009

doesn't matter what i do (i don't take it out on you)

so today i realized perhaps the work i'm doing is actually maybe important, by which i mean oh crap. because first the senior database engineer stopped by to ask me about it. i heard you were working on it, he said. yeah, i said. then my supervisor came and asked. passed straight by my coworker (which never happens because she's kind of the first thing people see; charismatic etc etc) too. and then when my supervisor's boss came and asked about it, i kind of stopped and was like ok what the heck azz is going on here. 

i remember, yknow, when i used to shy away from responsibility last semester. i saw an opening for an internship and didn't even apply when i read 'weekly project reports expected'; that's how intimidating it was. and then all of a sudden you're being pushed into something that actually requires thinking and you realize you can do it because you have to. it's a strange feeling, having the things you do affect other people. as opposed to just studying for a test or something. idk. 

eta: NOT CUSSING IS HARD. =_=

dinner was fun! we went to this italian place called avanti's, and i got to spend more time with the group. zack and cute diesel guy didn't come though, since they both went home to missouri this weekend. 

oh! so i said i'd post a picture of those ridiculous windshield glasses:

are they not kind of awesome? :D

i actually have this internship to thank for me getting over my crippling insecurity of not having hair in my eyes 24/7. no joke. who knows what'll happen next; by the end of this semester i may be looking at people when i talk to them or not staring at the ground. stranger things have happened, like duck billed platypuses. 

this is me attempting to wave at atl people, who i miss a lot. a lot a lot.

and in conclusion,

6 comments:

  1. aw, you look so different and like... i wanna say more grown up without your hair in your face. (HMMMM, correlation? =P) .... and i don't like that finger missy.

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  2. I love how you are totally avoiding actually looking into the camera lens. XD

    GA

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  3. you should totally wear those windshield glasses everywhere. you think im kidding.

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  4. flicking someone off is visual cussing.
    fyi.

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  5. you look like stephanie kao.

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  6. I agree with Shune on that. FAIL.

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