So, it's a little awkward around the office. The Boss has avoided any and all contact with me since telling me I don't have a job. His wife, who usually comes in to chat, hasn't so much as even waved when she's in the office. Awkward. At least the staff's still talking to me, I kinda feel like a leper. I guess I could be all cheerful and chatty myself, but I don't have the energy. Trying to get all my ducks in a row before I leave. I'm not sleeping well, my mind is just going at full speed at night.
Anyway, today, after cleaning out almost all of my cases, I spent the remaining time at work going through all of my Facebook photos and untagged all the ones with: 1) Drunkface; 2) My bewbs hanging out; 3) Someone else's bewbs hanging out; 4) Me touching anyone else's bewbs; and 5) Anything else that could be deemed inappropriate by a potential employer, including, but not limited to, a shot of me grabbing a mannequin's crotch at the mall. I'm not really in a position to say, eh, I wouldn't want to work for some hardass with no sense of humor anyway. I don't, but beggers can't be choosers. My Facebook profile is private and I have all my privacy settings done, but can't be too careful.
So... I've been rather bummed out today. Keep thinking about the plans I'd made, but that won't happen now. For instance, the pair of Christian Louboutin shoes that were in my future... they're being replaced with sensible shoes from Payless. Sigh. I've been waiting quite awhile for such extravagance, to no avail.
But still looking forward to some good stuff. We're celebrating our anniversary tomorrow with the giftcard from Husband's parents to our favorite steak/sushi restaurant (I'm thinking Kobe beef, yum). Cora starts baby ballet again on Saturday. Then we're moving all my stuff. We have friends coming into town that we haven't seen in quite awhile, so that's cool. Then there's the bar association convention next week, so tons of CLE's to stock up on, and hopefully some networking to be had.
I'm also going through and pricing all the stuff I need to practice on my own for awhile. While the idea of working without adult supervision is a little scary, it's also kinda exciting. It's where my experience as a legal assistant will definitely come in handy. And at least I've had some experience practicing law, so that I can do the easy stuff.
Tomorrow's the last day.