Erik (eriktrips) wrote,

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and now

last week being the wash that it was we now join our protagonist this week, attempting to catch up on all he did not get done last week.

today I must go to the art institute and finally introduce myself around, do paperwork, etc. teaching begins for me on monday and I haven't even signed up for payroll yet. a million things and counting before I can rest easy and just start quietly freaking about filling three hours every week. for now I'm just going to be slightly nervous about going into a new place where I know no one and nothing about the culture etc. first days of any kind are always nerve-wracking.

beyond that there is not much I can do to fix anything except to keep urging you to ride your representatives until some heads roll for real. I think I will send more email tomorrow since I suspect they are all just now getting to the ones I sent over the weekend.

should the financial end of things ever shape up for me, I will be putting together my earthquake kit here very soon. and getting renter's insurance.

here's a boring list

make toc for reader
check mail for things I need to fill out and take in
call human resources dept to make appointment for paperwork

get on bus
figure least steep walking route from bus stop to building

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