I guess I won’t be working weekends at my old job. Toronto put the kibosh on my contract renewal on Thursday, but since Rob wasn’t in the office to tell me that, my last day was officially Friday. Darn, no more extra money, and no more database development. Annoyed as much as I was with Access and VBA, it was still my pet project, one that I hadn’t completely finished to Ray’s satisfaction (nor mine). Well, I might go back if they green sheet the position or the hiring freeze and cutbacks are lifted.
So, I started my new job yesterday. Already, I hate it. Not that there’s anything wrong with tech work, but it feels like such a slap in the face when I worked my way up to server support, only to come crashing back down to the bottom of the ladder. No matter. I’m pursuing a new career now, and once I’m ready to go with it, I’ll leave this job and this forsaken town.
Well, I made the jump back to World of WarCraft. Two friends from work, Michelle and Lisa, finally convinced me over the edge. I have to admit… I have missed it. It’s like a drug I can’t seem to kick. If I were to let myself go with it, I could totally give up on everything just to play it. However, I need to keep myself in check. SWISS’D first, WoW later.