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kaffyr ([personal profile] kaffyr) wrote2016-05-20 06:36 pm
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Dept. of Small Mercies

The Weekend. Dear Lord, the Weekend

Monday: Sinead 
Tuesday: More Sinead
Wednesday: Union rep at two discipline hearings, 1 clearcut, 1 less so. Learned I'd be getting another town added to my beats, with at least 3 more beats in said town.
Thursday: Can't remember, because of Monday-Wednesday. Not enough stories written
Friday: Results of discipline hearings. Teh Suck. Not enough stories written.

BUT ... This 



Also, old-fashioned jazz, and a mimosa. 

And a very handsome husband.

Maybe things are looking up?

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[personal profile] heliopausa 2016-05-21 05:03 am (UTC)(link)
Blessings on the old-fashioned jazz, and the mimosa, and the handsome husband! :)

[identity profile] sallymn.livejournal.com 2016-05-21 02:51 am (UTC)(link)
Sounds like it was looking up at the end... :)

[identity profile] a-phoenixdragon.livejournal.com 2016-05-21 01:44 pm (UTC)(link)
Gahhh, what a week!

But...a good end to it, yes?

*HUGS*
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[personal profile] liadtbunny 2016-05-21 02:47 pm (UTC)(link)
I hope so! Popstar free at least!
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[personal profile] thisbluespirit 2016-05-21 04:51 pm (UTC)(link)
Aw, well, may it be a lovely weekend for you! ♥ (Sorry about the week. It sounds rotten. :-/)

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[identity profile] strannik01.livejournal.com 2016-05-30 02:37 am (UTC)(link)
Learned I'd be getting another town added to my beats, with at least 3 more beats in said town.

See, this is something I've always been curious about. Beats, I mean. As a stringer for Niles Herald-Spectator, I eventually wound up writing everything that wasn't crime or sports. Crime was handled by the staff writer who pretty much writing most of Park Ridge Herald-Advocate.

So what I'm saying is that I've always kind of assumed that each staff writer gets a town, some extra stuff on top of it, and we stringers filled in whichever towns Pioneer Press wouldn't hire staff reporters for. I didn't realize staff writers had beats (other then sports and entertainment)

(In related thought, when Pioneer Press adopted Tribune-style bylines, I was surprised at how many reporters I thought were staff were actually stringers)