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mincing mockingbird

stuff, monday before christmas edition

i am the only person i know who got the email from target saying my information was compromised. but i went to my friendly bank teller who knows my name by heart and she's going to order me a new card. i get to keep the old one for now and everything. she's nice.

my colorado manager send me a really nice gift card. i pretty much cried at my desk because she's sweet to me and i never feel like i deserve presents from my coworkers because i am a bitch. but here it is. and then i realized it is for a store i can't use because i'm allergic to their products. sad. this is where i teach you the wonders of cardpool and trading your cards in for amazon cards. no, i won't get 100% of what's on the card (more like 84%), but hey. better an 84% gift card i can use than a 100% one i can't. i did think about using it for gifting to others...but eff that. MINE. SEE? BITCH.

but that reminds me that i forgot to get gifts for my coworkers. i know they'll have something for me. and here i thought since i had my family taken care of i was all good to go. i'd get a quiet evening at home. nope. to the stores with me and all the CROWDS.

a week from today. school loan payoff day. guys. GUYS.

omg. this day went by like mayflies.


Paypal sent me an email saying they're watching my card. I'd lost my Wells Fargo card about a week before the news hit, so I'm good there.

The co-worker guilt is strong with me. My boss mentioned he would have something for each of us on Friday, so that morning I made cookies to bring in. Which no one ate. More oatmeal raisin for me, ingrates.