OK, I did it. After 10 months , I went bac out and now I am scared shitless.. you see, about 2 months ago, I started a new job, I THOUGHT it was going good, I mean, there were a few things that were pointed out to me that I had made some mistakes on but nothingg earth shattering.. I truthfully have been getting bad vibes on the work force but I kept my composure and would start my day in a positive mode.. today was no exception.. I got to work and the doc. ( yes, I work for one) said I made an error on the schedule and gave me a dirty look. Not a mojor deal, but then the office mgr. also gave me some shit and said that I shouldn't be making these mistakes after "all these weeks".. Well it's been all of 6 weeks and I have only made a few errors on the schedule and so ... I had had enought and decided to walk out.. so, I came home and then went ot bank and got money and got a 6 pack and drank after 10 mo.. Now, I face how the hell I am going to tell my husband that I walked out of my job , plus am drunk.. nice.. I am in deep shit now and I don't know what to do.. I have like an hour before he gets home. pray for me.
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