Some pics from last night’s show!
Thanks, Kimbery Kosmo!
Advertising poster for the secret burlesque show I’m in…guess which one is me. ;)
With my bestie. <3
Sunset from last night. <3
Drinkin’ out of a fishbowl, like any classy lady.
Sometimes, the news is worth watching.
It’s sad cause this is where I live…
For those not in-the-know, the lease is ending on my first apartment and my current roomie is moving out-of-state (sob), so I’ll be moving in with one of my besties (yey!).
And I’m moving out in a week. A WEEK.
The decorations are down, and the living room is piling up with boxes, but doesn’t look like much progress has been made beyond that…
Things Jessy has too much of: everything.
Seriously, why do I have more than 5 pairs of shoes? Because that’s all I wear. And a dozen scarves/hats, when I rarely wear either? But NO, can’t get rid of ‘em, because they all go perfectly with those outfits I never wear…
I’m going to miss this place. And roomie/Mina. It’s been a wonderful experience. I can only hope that we’ll both find something as good, if not better, where ever we end up.
Checked my WeatherBug a little while ago. Armageddon’s coming early!
Taken from the dressing room before my Ramona Flowers burlesque.
The show went really well! Thanks to everyone who made it out! <3
So, I don’t get official breaks where I work. I honestly don’t notice, because it’s a fast-paced environment. Anyone can take a breather when s/he really needs it, but as far as I can tell, my company’s “rule” is that if you’re working for 7.5/8+ hours, you can take a 15 minute break. But there’s maybe less than a handful of people that even do that.
But since several people have expressed concern to me about the legality of said situation, lookie here:
Q: Does an employer have to provide employees breaks or a meal period?
A: No, unless the employee is under the age of 16.
So, there ya have it! Thanks for the concern, but I’m not being abused. ;)
Camera-whoring evidence from Blair’s birthday gathering (hey, we need some way to remember what happened).
I think your disgust and frustration is definitely warranted, but I have to ask: what will moving solve? It’s the same thing as closing your eyes and avoiding an issue.
If you don’t agree with something, you can turn your head, or you can fight against it.
Want to voice your disapproval? Then do it. Call senators, governors, participate in protests, let your voice be heard. But bailing won’t solve anything.
Problems have a way of following people, anyway.
Besides, I feel like that’s only adding insult to injury. It’s like telling everyone else that shares your views, “Yeah, this really sucks, but you’re on your own now. Sayonara!”
Whatever’s going to happen is going to happen. We may not want it, but we can live with it…though we don’t have to do so silently.
So, suck it up, people. Put on your battle gear, or sure, get the hell out.
Let’s see what you’re really made of.