It’s day 8 of the roof construction. We were told it would take 2 weeks. We knew it would be a major disruption. We know the crew is working as hard as they can around the Texas weather.
That said, I’ve got to vent. This is a whiny post. You have been warned.
I’m so sick of the roof construction. The dogs are stuck inside. They bark. People are hammering, pneumatic tools are going, and the level of noise is just constant. I’m stuck inside. I’m very set in my ways. This is driving me slightly batty.
It doesn’t help that our roof has been designed by some architectural maniac.
Just make a damn rectangle. What is this nightmare?
To top it off, one of the ebook retailers spontaneously rolled back some updates on our books, so the painstaking edits are all negated. We don’t know why. We are fixing it. Our website refused to migrate, and although that issue is now fixed, it took a whole day to sort it out. Now my made up language at Vulgarlang isn’t saving. I can’t access the save menu. My subscription order spontaneously self combusted through no fault of my own. My HEB account – gasp! – has somehow become so borked that I cannot add any methods of payment. I might have to get it deleted. I have to talk to support to do it.
I’m my own one woman magic wave. Everything digital around me is exploding. ::eyes her PC:: Don’t even think about it. How will I play Solasta if you croak? It’s the only thing that’s keeping me sane.
I have talked to various “support” so much in the past 3 weeks, it’s unreal. Last week and the week before, I had a Zoom every day. Every day. So much zoom. And support chats. All the support chats ever.
Too much talking.
Orkin guy is outside spraying everything. The dogs are barking. It’s that or spiders and scorpions in the office.
Zen. There has got to be some zen around here somewhere.
And this concludes our Edition of Introverts Today. You might think from all the public appearances and lectures that I’m an extrovert. Nope, I’m an introvert trained in public speaking. And this introvert is seriously overloaded.