Scott Francis Baker (muerte) wrote,
Scott Francis Baker

I do whatever my Rice Krispies tell me

Went to school at lunch to actually file the paperwork to graduate. I've been done with all the necessary classes forever, just been slacking about actually filing the paper work. Well that's all done now, so I'll get one more form in the mail in the next week or so, then I'll be all official and grad-u-ated. While I was there I picked up the paperwork to get reimbursed for my last term of classes. That's filed too, so now work owes me $418 for classes.

Work today was ok, started working on a lot of little things. I'll be happy when all these little loose ends get tied up. Justin has been really "mopey" around work lately. He's got some personal things going on so it's understandable. But it's just not the same with mopey Justin.

After I got home today I put all the houses that were sort of in the area I wanted into my map program. Charted them out, and then drove past several tonight. I saw some decent houses, a couple I emailed my realtor about. We'll see when he gets back to me, maybe I'll go check them out. I really want to buy a damn house already.

Oh that was nice... I just got a page that one of the T1s at work went down. So I'm all pissed off thinking I'm gonna have to go into work. I called the guy in charge of the other T1 and he's like, "oh ya we just took that down." What the hell! Did you plan on letting me know you were gonna take it down. No! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr... oh well I got an hour of overtime for checking on it.

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