I'm a bit OCD about many things. Every day before I leave work I have to position my keyboard and mouse just so... My dual computer monitors can't be on different levels... In fact I find it hard to work in a cluttered environment. I have to clean my office (room) every time I get ready to start a major project. I also really like for things to be symmetrical.
When people break the few basic rules that I am aware of in the English language, I can hardly stand it. Especially rules that should be understood by everyone who speaks or writes English.
Here are a couple of the ones that bother me particularly badly.
I get a bit irritated occasionally at how uninformed people can be.
I try to tell myself that they just don’t understand and it’s not their fault that they don’t know better, but at times it can be difficult to remove the person from the ridiculous thing they just said.
In recognition of the fact that there are people out there who are uninformed about various things, things that occasionally peeve me, I guess it’s my duty to work to educate them.
A couple of months ago I wrote a blog post called Two Weeks as a QA at Liberty. I've been working full-time for roughly three months now and I thought it might be about time to write a new blog post about "how things are going."
I’ve always known that there is a distinct possibility that I am a bit “different” than other people. Most day’s I’m ok with that. In fact most day’s I prefer "finding my own way" too trying to fit in the mold that the rest of the world seems to want to put me in.
I was reminded of this a week ago. My church has a “youth event” each spring that brings in a fairly large bunch of young people - full of energy and gung-ho about life. They come for a number of things, there is always a good speaker, good food, and hours upon hours of volleyball...