The office door rocks my world.
The pace at this place is noticeably faster than at my old job. It felt invigorating today, but I hope I can keep up.
I forgot to eat lunch. I was too busy making my office feel homey.
The parking lot seems to exist in some kind of alien zone, cut off from communication with the outside world. My car radio gets no reception in the parking lot and the lock/unlock buttons on my keychain don't work.
Two of my coworkers live in the same town as me and gave me tips on the commute.
Even without the tips, the commute was not bad: twenty minutes each way. It was much better than I expected, but I'm not sure it will be that good every day.
I scheduled individual meetings with the people I supervise. I met with three of them today. I found out that one of them lost her husband just over a year ago. Like me, she wears her husband's wedding ring on a chain around her neck. I'm sorry we have this to bond over, but it's nice to have someone who gets in in a way that no one else can.
John died ten months ago today. I miss him so much.