It was a struggle to get out of bed this morning, probably because I forgot to turn the heating off and I subsequently did not sleep well. It was below freezing in the morning and for the rest of the day, I didn’t feel it much as I wore my new coat which did an admirable job of keeping the cold out.
At work, a couple of the new people finally moved over onto my team/department. They came from CS (customer service), I was already familiar with one of them, it was a blonde female who once commented my interaction with a customer was amusing (back in August). Highly social and popular. The other person is just some guy, he’s tall and good looking I suppose. The female sits opposite me, bye bye legroom. For the sake of politeness I greeted her when I first saw her, no further interaction was had.
A fire alarm went off before 10am and the building was evacuated. On the way out, a guy from the social media team spoke to me, the first proper conversation. Speculation on the fire. It ended quickly, I surelky didn’t help by trying to run away from him.
During lunch, I’ve come to notice all the normies sit at lunch tables in the kitchen area instead of in the main break room area with the TV. I find it infuriating because despite not being able to see them, I can still hear them and every detail of their conversations. One member of the largest normie conglomerate is the little guy who used to speak to me, now he’s pals with a female manager and multiple females including the blonde. No Chads in the gang though. I know it’s my fault that he doesn’t speak to me anymore since I rarely initiated conversation with him despite his attempts with me.
Didn’t eat anything at lunch other than chewing gum.
Woman who I swapped shifts with asked if I wanted to swap Friday too, I declined, said she “only gets one”. The truth is I will be pulling a sicky in order to head to court. I probably came across as confusing or rude.
At home I did not speak to my sisters, they didn’t speak to my mother.
I watched a bit of football with both of my parents in the room while I say by the fireplace. A few laughs were had, this should have been my childhood.