Dealing With Irregularity

20 Oct

There are certain things I’ve come to rely on/expect during my work day. They are small things that help me get through the day. Part of my routine. Things like:

  • I prepare myself that I’m going to hit traffic and that my commute will take at least an hour.
  • Coffee makes my morning better.
  • I like to listen to music from my childhood/teens while I work.
  • I desire a Diet Coke at about 2ish every afternoon.
  • My back is going to crack when I turn to look over my shoulder as I reverse my car out if its space at the end of the day.
  • I have a set restroom stall I use.

And that’s where my routine becomes irregular. Some new users have not been taking care of this commode. It is no longer up to my standard and therefore I am forced to choose another.

It is so odd how much this stall shuffle has bothered me. I never realized how much I rely on routine. I’m all out of sorts because of the location of the loo?

I think I’m also disturbed with how yucky people can be. I have no idea who is responsible for ruining my routine with their gross potty habits and they will likely never know the full extent of the mess (the toilet and my sanity) they left behind.

 

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3 Responses to “Dealing With Irregularity”

  1. Erika October 21, 2010 at 6:54 am #

    Ha…I use the same stall every time, too, and I’ve noticed some yuckiness as of late. Are you a middle-stall girl? I just don’t understand who is making such a mess. So gross. I blame the other side, non-marketing people in the building. 🙂

    • nikkival October 21, 2010 at 8:53 am #

      Mine was the one on the outside wall. Sad face. I’m scared to think about how the messy users treat there home thrones. Double yuck.

  2. Karen October 21, 2010 at 1:21 pm #

    I share the restroom with students, in my new role. They are worse than adults and being preggers, you know I am in there a lot. Ugh.

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