My daughter-in-law sent this pic of my Grandson in Halloween costume....
The funny part is his name is Frank :-)
The last time I enjoyed Halloween was 25 years ago. Seriously! I enjoyed it when my kids were young but now it's just a giant pain and too much candy laying around. I didn't want to wear a costume for work, but I remembered my graduation cap and gown, so I wore it. Still, I would have preferred to wear my regular work clothes ~ that cap wrecked my hair, haha. Even though I "participated" in the costume thing at work, my coworkers didn't include me in the photo's they took. Why? I have no idea. I know I am too sensitive, but it kinda made me feel like an outsider.
Which got me to thinking about how few friends I have. Maybe Romeo's loner mentality is rubbing off. Then I saw this:
Loners generally have a small circle of close friends and have higher standards for their friendship and trust. They enjoy spending time with their friends but do not depend on and attach to them like others, though they are highly loyal. ... Funny enough, both introverts and extroverts can be loners.
Yeah, so I'm good. That's the thing about work. It's like your in-laws ~ you didn't really choose them, they're just there and it's up to you (or me) to find a way to work with everyone. Mostly when they are getting together to gossip (by which I mean any conversation that doesn't have anything to do with work and not necessarily talking about someone) and it's not a conversation I have any interest in, I just go to my desk and you know...........work. Lol.
It's my Friday off. Unfortunately I don't have Monday off next week like I normally would, because the Doc took (his words) too much time off and wants to make up one of those days. :-( Bummer.
Have a great weekend!