Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Selling the Drama

Drama, drama, drama; I feel like Michael Corleone: everytime I think I’m out, they pull me back in. Nothing is ever smooth in a divorce and, let’s be frank, that is what is happening right now at work. The partners are splitting up and are dividing assets and that is never a pretty sight. Add into the mix that third party, the other woman if you will and “her” desires to have it all and you have a major FUBAR in the making. It is taking quite a bit of my time and, it is so exhausting to deal with, that it is also zapping the life from the free time I have left. All I want to do is sit on my couch with my remote in hand and veg.

I can see a light at the end of the tunnel, but I thought I had seen one before. I am going to assume that it is just a reflection off of some new dilemma waiting for its chance to jump out and say “boo!” I am ready for it. I can’t wait to get back to blogging though. I forgot what it was like to have time to try and kill at work. So this is what it is like to actually work for a living!


VE said...

That light at the end of the tunnel? If it's getting brighter, it's probably a train. I'm so sorry you have to work for a living...I wouldn't wish that on anyone.

sprinkle4 said...

Work? Eeeeeewwwwwwww.......why do they always make the children of divorce suffer so? Office politics, much like Washington politics, just plain sucks!

Steve Buchheit said...

Before I was fired from my last job I had commented to some friends about how my boss was either going to divorce her husband or fire me, and that I saw that both were equivalent in the eyes of my former boss. She fired me four months later. It wasn't a very fun four months. Hope it gets better for you soon, Kanrei.