The Scoop

Mostly, I was very bored. My computer got confiscated in China, or some such. My manager had scheduled training for me, but he kept getting called away to conference calls. He left me with a software manual – but no computer! I sat and read the manual. I was sad and lonely without my little boy.

Almost everyone in the office is from MIT. I understand maybe every third word. They laugh uproariously at each other jokes. I scratched my head.

Lil’ guy did great in daycare. Every time I called I could hear him having fun in the background. He slept 1 ½ hours for his first nap, but refused a second. I was really glad to see him when I got home.

I made it through the day. I can’t believe I have to do it all again tomorrow.

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One thought on “The Scoop

  1. I’m sorry you are having such a hard transition. I always feel like the odd man out in new situations like that. It’s so awkward. I smile and make nice. Try not to say much since I’m sure it will be the wrong thing. But you’ll catch up. Hang in there.

    Missing that cutie is the hardest part.

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