Life here is busy, as usual. This weekend I attempted to buy my nephew clothes from the thrift store. I managed to get 2 pair of shorts, 1 shirt and a camo jacket. I told him that he wasn't allowed to wear the camo jacket with the camo pants to school. One can only handle so much camo. He says the jacket is for airsoft-ing which is those guns that shoot little plastic pellets. He was going to go try it out this new activity this weekend but his friend's mom wouldn't let him go. That was great for me because he stopped talking about it for now.
My tenants haven't paid rent in 2 months and the property management company tells me that they are going ahead with the eviction. I went over to the house and it was obvious that they were moving out (full trash can, empty living room/kitchen) but they weren't home. I left a note asking that they hand the keys in so that the eviction wouldn't have to go ahead but I doubt they care at this point. I'm hoping the eviction doesn't cost too much but I think it is at least $600. That is painful since I am out $1900 in rent already and will also have to pay for cleaning and then wait for a new tenant. At least the management company is taking care of the details. I don't have the time to deal with it right now.
Work is annoying as usual. The big boss asked me what my aspirations were with the company. Um...aspirations? I don't have any. Perhaps to remain employed for as long as I need a job? They want to redistribute the work so that one employee in particular isn't so bogged down. I said I would do what ever I can do to help. He's a perfectionist so "helping" him isn't as easy as the boss thinks it is. When I have tried to help before he ends up doing my work over anyway.
I am not looking forward to another week of work and homework but I will tackle it one day at a time. Hopefully, my nephew will go away on a camp-out next weekend and I will have a few days to myself. I am certainly looking forward to that.