Saturday, February 2, 2013


So yeah, I woke up too early again this morning.  For the last few days, the little one wants to get up at five in the morning.  I don't know why little one does it, but it makes me super tired by the middle of the day and unable to do anything.  I passed out for a bit and took a nap for a bit and now I'll be up a little longer trying my best to figure out what to do.  I called the apartments that are located within quick access to Chuck E. Cheese and the soonest availability they have is March 16th.  As you know, its just the beginning of February and this is a bit far off for me, so the second closest in location and price will have to be called on Monday.  Why?  Because for some reason they aren't open on weekends.

So, you must be wondering which job I ended up taking since both orientations were at the same time today.  Which one?  Chuck E. Cheese of course.  What grown adult wouldn't want to work in a place where you get to have fun with little kids, get free drinks and play Atari while on break?  Oh you didn't know about that part?  Well yes, the person who founded Chuck E. Cheese has a leading video game restraunt because  #1 he was the first restaurant to do this and #2 because he made video games.  That's right, Nolan Bushnell, founder of Chuck E. Cheese was also the maker of the Atari. As a reward, we have a retro television and an Atari in our break room. Score!

I haven't really spoken of Master lately and I know that.  I'm trying to focus on upbeat and everything happy that I'm trying to do for myself as of late.  Why is this?  It's because I promised Master as a birthday present that I wouldn't speak ill of anyone ever again.  What does this mean?  Since Master hasn't really been chatting with me or taking the time to make me feel noticed, special or even part of his life, I'm not talking about it.  I know things are going south with us for some reason even though I'm at the top of my best at being his slave.  He already was told when this contract was started that thirty days of neglect is abandonment and we already have two days under the belt.  Sure he said "Did you enjoy work?" but he didn't respond to my answer and he made it a point to get online when I wasn't able to.  He's favoring another female and not paying attention to me, this behavior is the start of abandonment.  If things keep up, when the obedience game is over so will be our contract...