Stuck at Work

Shortly after dismounting my bike in October, I acquired my first ever serious, professional, benefits included and everything job.  Although I will never be ungrateful for being employed, and although I feel that this job is for a good cause (I work for a solar company), this transition has been challenging to say the least.  A computer screen demands all of my attention for tasks that are mentally rigorous, complex, and tediously detail oriented.  And a restless spirit simply is not built to sit and scrutinize a screen all day.

But a job is a job and for now it is a means to an end.  And this collaboration of post-its, white out, and candy wrappers will keep my spirits up for the time being.

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I’m quite proud of it.  My boss seemed to like it, too, although I’ve noticed he’s been keeping a closer eye on me lately.

5 thoughts on “Stuck at Work

  1. That is great! Little diversions, a proven fact, do relieve stress and improve focus; therefore, allow for improved, creative performance. And the best part is the steed of steel an you..

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  2. Ha-haa! Wonderful, Shadow Rider. Be sure to include this in the Motorcyclist’s Off-Season Survival Kit that you’re no doubt developing for mass-production and sale. 🙂

    I imagine that it might also contain a spray bottle to simulate wet riding or being stuck behind that car with the over-juiced windshield washer, and a ziplock of dead insects to pepper one’s teeth for that just-was-riding-with-a-big-fat-grin look.

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    1. Ry, your comment made me laugh so hard, and I was at work when I read it in a mostly quiet office so my co-workers probably thought I finally fell off my rocker. So thank you for that! Look out for your order of Off-Season Survival Kits in the mail, I’ll send you free samples to give to your friends! (Bugs not included.)

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