I’m sooo nervous. I really want to volunteer at the animal shelter but I have to do orientation first. I’m attending orientation after work on Tuesday. What is the problem? Um, what if they expect me to talk? The orientation will last for 1-2 hours and we have to walk dogs during the orientation. That is kinda a social environment. She even called it “casual”. Well casual usually doesn’t work for me and people like me. People will be, like, talking and whatnot. Ugh! Scary. I’m not worried about the 4 legged animals. I’m worried about the 2 legged ones. They expect you to have conversations and smile. I’m not good at either. I’m too tense/frightened to do either.
Not doing well in orientation for volunteering would suck. Is this like a job interview? Can I not pass? I don’t know what I expected it to be like but reading the description scared me. Ahhh! But I RSVP’d so I’m going. I have to figure out when I want to volunteer too. I’m thinking Thursday afternoons or Sunday mornings. I’m just not sure.
Music for the week: KT Tunstall, The Civil Wars, Selena Gomez, Sara Bareillis, Jillette Johnson, Charlotte Sometimes, Casey Abrams, Dia Frampton
TV for the week: Big Brother 15, (Helen needed to win HOH this week! Ugh, she better win veto or she could be backdoored. She has played one of the best games I’ve seen… until she trusted McCrae. I thought she was too smart to fall for his BS. I’m rooting for anyone other than Amanda, Aaryn and GM). Orange is the New Black, The Colbert Report
Movie of the week: Prozac Nation I read the book years ago.
Books of the week: Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight & Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health by William Davis
Speaking of books, I haven’t posted this photo of my bookshelf yet:
I wish I had all my books unpacked but I keep moving so I don’t see the point. If the shelf wasn’t built in, I would have zero books on display. Look at how empty and sad it is. 😦
Goals for next week: work. work. work. Calm my brain for the volunteer orientation.