Tuesday, June 06, 2006

6/6 Random snippets

Snip: Today a friend told me she has breast cancer. I cried. I know I'm at least doing something by working on the Avon Walk weekends, but I wish I could help her more. I feel helpless.

Snip: Am so happy I'm doing the LA Walk in September. Some of the Chicago Crew are walking in San Francisco. I donated a little to Kerri, who is the Medical Division Leader for Chicago. A great gal--so much energy and a wonderful attitude. Love working with her.

Snip: I'm still a bit stiff, but it's a lot better.

Snip: Last night Melissa, Megan, and I met at Bucketworks and did some work on our sketches. We assigned some parts and cleaned up some loose ends. Our show in August is finally coming together, and I'm psyched.

Snip: Tonight is Open Improv. I'm tired and don't feel like going, but really have to. Saturday we're performing. Everyone who attends Open Improv is doing--well--improv. I'm not inviting people, and feel a little trepidation. I'm not scared of performing, but this doesn't seem to be organized well, and we still don't know what we're doing on Saturday. Kind of scary.

Snip: I don't think I've ever felt this overwhelmed at work before. Guess I better get back to it.


Cindy said...

Jer, I am so sorry to hear about your friend. I can't even imagine what that moment feels like to hear you have cancer. I pray she is a strong woman with a positive mindset, which seems key to beating cancer. Prayers and good wishes to her.

Must be the week for feeling overwhelmed at work. Joe is working 10 hour NIGHTS, and even I have worked late both days this week. Due to a computer billing GLITCH.. I have to reprocess all our Medicare payments made in January&February...it has been hell, but I am calling it job security. Keep Smiling

Jer said...

T told us that things are looking good. She's going to Belgium next week and the doc said they'd do surgery right away when she got back. So that's good.

Sorry about your computer glitch at work. And poor Joe. I read his blog and laughed a lot--him trying to dig out from under the mail with a spoon. :)

Yes, job security indeed. That is my mantra. Love you.