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Is it really awful that I consider drugging my cat so I can get some sleep at night?

I’d get a behavioural cat therapist (this is Toronto, there must be a couple) but I have a feeling that Dayle would win that battle.

We’ve been locking him up almost every night. He’s just too obnoxious to let run around all night. It’s so sad.

Also, I am starting to feel depressive rage at times. The sort of rage that comes from a feeling of complete helplessness and leads to a feeling of bitter unhappiness. It’s not my permanent mood or anything, just every once in a while. It’s so frustrating to know I’d be fantastic for a job that I’ve applied for and realize the entire time that the only jobs I have ever got in my life involve someone else getting me in. Except Long & McQuade – I got that job because I took Music Industry Arts in school, and that’s like an in for Long & McQuade – so it’s almost like knowing someone there.

Every. Single. Job. Why the hell do I even bother trying to apply at places that don’t know me from a pothole? It’s not worth the letdown. After all, they’re only going to hire someone that someone else knows there.

I don’t believe in online jobsearches. At least, not for me.

4 Comments

  • mtbandit

    March 4, 2004 at 11:10 am

    We cured our cat of the need to keep us up all night by waking her up every time we saw her sleeping during the day.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      March 4, 2004 at 11:59 am

      we’re not home when he sleeps, unfortunately. :/

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      March 4, 2004 at 11:59 am

      we’re not home when he sleeps, unfortunately. :/

  • mtbandit

    March 4, 2004 at 11:10 am

    We cured our cat of the need to keep us up all night by waking her up every time we saw her sleeping during the day.