I just had my one-year employee review. It went really well, actually. Far better than I'd anticipated that's for sure.
My boss did, however, mention that I'm on the internet a little too often. Okay, a lot too often. He's noticed that I hop on the internet instead of using my downtime productively. Touché.
But that was his one complaint in a sea of praises. Thank GOD.
And what am I doing? Getting on the internet to talk about it. I'm brilliant.
So I need to, uh, get back to work. But I wanted to share that with you. Because it's a good thing, and I'm excited about it. And, also, some people out there think I complain too much and that people are going to get sick of reading that. So, instead, LOOK AT ME! I'M AWESOME! I GOT A GOOD REVIEW! Why take time to write well-crafted and heartfelt posts, when all people really want is my Weekend in Review in list form, replete with a shoddy, abbreviated and ill-capitalized use of the English language!? Maybe if I just post a lot of inane lists and silly wishes, I'll be more popular! Who knew!
ANYWAY, this whole review/internet thing means the posting during the daytime should dwindle to next to nothing (I can't promise complete internet chastity.), and my nearly non-existent commenting will also have to be limited to after working hours.
Which is but a small price to pay for a secure job and a happy employer, right?