Saturday, May 14, 2005

Jobs
OK. It has been an interesting week. My boss said to me on Friday looking at my EMPTY office: "Wow. You sure are anxious to start your new job." Yes, its true. About 5 minutes after I gave my two weeks notice, I started cleaning out my office. Hee. A co-worker also told me I seemed "happy" and "relaxed". (As opposed to angry and stressed out.) Apparently, I was unhappy there. I thought it was going to be an emotional and stressful week, but nope. Just want to get the hell outta there. I just keep thinking about the concept of a life. and its satisfying. People keep asking me if I'm "going to the meeting", and I keep replying "Nah." Nothing has ever given me more delight.

For Mrs. Divaquest: I work for a medical device manufacturing company. I control all procedures and engineering drawings - and make sure all goings-on comply with international and FDA regulations. I also do audits. Hold back all enthusiasm. I know I do. My official title is "Regulatory Affairs Specialist", but my unofficial title is "Goddess of everything". I'm pretty much going to be doing the same thing at the new company, but for more $$ and less annoying assholes. (I've met everyone and they are great.) I know no company is 'perfect', but seriously folks, I work at a tomb. Most people there are so boring and arrogant it makes me want to hurl.

I'm very excited to start my new job. I hear they are quite the "pranksters". I'll fit in well. It will also be exciting to have a whole new office of people I can make fun of.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh. My. God, Dogmamma. I, too, work for a medical device manufacturing company. I am very familiar with all that stuff you'll be doing, I have to deal with that stuff, like every day. Like, oh my God. Our website is www.luminexcorp.com, in case you are insanely bored. Like, wow. You'll like it! - Divaquest

Amy said...

Doesn't it feel good to be leaving a job that is obviously so bad for your mental health?

I quit a job once in the throes of depression. I felt instantly better. You do the math.

Congrats on the new job, it sounds like a good fit!