Monday, April 16, 2018

A living hell

That is what my life is now. I am now at the home office and doing administrative work. The admin person resigned and now instead of hiring someone to take her position, they have split up her work until they hire someone. Instead of me moving up and I'm being kicked back to doing entry level work. The worst part is all the different software that is being thrown at me all at once and everything needs done now. The computer I have to use now is not set up the same way as the one I have at the job site and it is hard to figure out where stuff is - I hate that. The instructions that the admin person left are horrible although she said she was OCD which I guess was her declaration that everything was perfect. I am the unhappiest person on the planet right now.

I did get the zippers sewn in 9 pouches.
I also got 5 pouches made.

I only have one more seam and the JB piece top will be sewn together. I will free machine quilt it first then let the embroidery begin.

4 comments:

QuiltSwissy said...

You know, last post I kept thinking, What the heck is JB....then today I was like, DUH! Jimmy Buffet! LOL. Duh...

I am sorry you are having so may problems. She sounds vindictive to me if you can't figure out what the system is with all your experience. I hope things get easier.

Love those skull pouches. What are you making so many for again. I can't remember. That is the way to do it, 9 all at once. One step at a time. Use up a million zippers all at once.......

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I hope there will be a happy ending at that job. Being at a different computer is enough nightmare without people bugging you too.

swooze said...

Hang in there. I derive a lot of happiness from my work situation too. When you are not happy there it makes it hard to be happy in general. Hope they get that real replacement soon.

Kaja said...

I'm sorry things suck right now - it's horrid to be under pressure while you're trying to figure out new systems. If you can't follow her systems, they can't be that good, I would say.