So, Iâ€™m definitely overdue for an entry. I sincerely apologize to all my readers (read: myself) for the lack of updates recently.
Weâ€™re going to file this one halfway between life and rantings, as it cross between the two.
First, life. The teeth are doing well. I had one site that lost a stitch early on. No dry socket or anything like that, but food is having an awful easy time of finding its way into the whole, so itâ€™s a pain to keep clean. Itâ€™s better than the alternative, though.
Our daughter is still afraid of the rocking horse we gave her for Christmas; although, she has begun playing with it occasionally. Still, just yesterday, she asked me, â€œDaddy, will you kill my horse, please?â€ Where does a two year old come up with that? Guess Iâ€™ll have to cut back on the Scarface marathons.
Now, weâ€™ll move onto a life/rant combo platter. Work has become unbearable. I love the company. I love the people I work with. Iâ€™ve completely grown out of my position, however, and there appears to be no escape in the near future. Iâ€™m more valuable to this company than anyone other than my manager realizes. There should be a bidding war from other departments fighting over who gets to promote me. Nevertheless, I continue to be passed over. Iâ€™ve begun looking at other firms and recently applied for a great job a friend recommended to me. Weâ€™ll keep praying and see how that turns out.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, the moment youâ€™ve all been waiting for. The rant. This is directly squarely at the men of the world, particularly while at work. These are the rules of the menâ€™s restroom. Study carefully and abide at all times.
#1. Walk in and proceed directly to urinal.
Should be self-explanatory. Find your spot and go there. Your spot should be your spot and not adjacent to someone elseâ€™s spot, if at all possible. See here if you have any questions. It is important to note that if all urinals are occupied, use a stall. Under no circumstances should someone finish and turn around to find you waiting for their urinal.
#2. Proceed to handle business in the standard fashion.
Thatâ€™s feet at shoulder spacing, hands on equipment or nearby, eyes straight ahead or downward, mister. Under no circumstances should there be any touching of someone whilst in the act. No funny business at the urinal. No leaning against the wall for support with one hand above your head. If youâ€™re too tired to stand still for 19 seconds, go to a stall and take a break. No hands in the pocket, or on your hips. The â€œLook, ma, no hands!â€ technique does not fly in public.
#3. Close up shop and proceed directly to the sink.
#4. Wash, with soap, dry, and leave the room.
This should not have to be told to anyone over the age of eight, yet, daily, I see disgusting adults finish using the restroom then walk right out. The inside door handle of a bathroom has got to be the most disgusting item in the whole room. After washing, itâ€™s always wise to bring a paper towel to open the door, lest ye leave with someone elseâ€™s crotch on your hands.