Why do they call it work again?

I’m feeling better today. Still not great, I didn’t sleep well again last night, but definitely better than I was yesterday.

There’s another job opening at work… I’m contemplating applying for it, but again, the last thing I want to do is another kind of boring, even if it is for more money (I don’t know if it is or not, actually.) Project co-ordinator is a better job title than Digitizer though. Fneu, too much to think about when all I want to do is sleep.

I realized last night, around 3am as I was trying to fall asleep, that I would play CounterStrike more often if my clan would play at more reasonable hours of the day. I’m sorry, but playing after 1am is just a bad idea for me, because it gets me wired and cancels out any chance of my falling asleep that night.

Trying to come up with ideas. Maybe that’s a thought – when do we find time for games? Hmmm. Something to ponder…


  • eyean

    July 12, 2000 at 7:13 am

    *The Energizer Jenny*

    batteries not included. she gets tired sometimes, you know. she’s human.

    okay mr. bossman. give her a 6 hour workday and a 4 day weekend.

  • shrubber

    July 12, 2000 at 8:05 am

    I had the same problem with EverQuest, a lot of my guildmates played well into the night. Plus I’m on the East Coast and most of them are hours behind me. The bottom line just became it’s a game, it’s meant for fun. Not some responsibility to people I’ve never met.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      July 12, 2000 at 8:21 am

      heh… the clan matches (the competetive ones that I prefer to not play in) are all in the early evening, 8 or 9pm. It’s the ‘for fun’ games that I miss, because those are all after midnight when people have put their kids to bed, or for some of them when they’ve arrived at work where they have a computer they can game on.

      On second thought, maybe I just need a night job where I can play games from work…

      • shrubber

        July 12, 2000 at 8:40 am

        No that would be bad.
        You’d start playing games all the time, and then you’d have Counterstrike sound effects mixed in with the music you were digitzing.
        Bad news! 🙂

        • Jenny Lee Silver

          July 12, 2000 at 8:50 am

          Hehehehehe It would certainly give people a shock, listening to Vivaldi’s Four Season’s and suddenly hearing “Fire in the Hole!” followed by a flurry of rapid machine gun firing and a grenade going off… 😉