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W hen I was 20, I dropped out of university and became a model.
The plan was to walk in, sign on, apologise, and get straight into work. My Supervisor shook their head, “No, that’s not it.”That led to a guessing game of me running through everything I could think of, getting steadily more agitated and stressed.
I said hello, put my bag down, and started to sign on. I didn’t realise that my voice was becoming high-pitched until I was told off for raising my voice at them.
After apologising for and explaining (not for the first time) that I was unaware I had been doing so, I turn and ask the two co-workers bearing amused witness to the lecture how their day was. You grilled me to the point of tears because I’d neglected to ask how your day had been?
My Supervisor beams, “That’s what I was waiting for! Relating this to another co-worker who wanted to know why I was so stressed, I was upset — but not actually all that surprised — by their response.
Tonight, however, I’m on the non-active overnight shift at work, which means killing time in the office until the game is over and I can go to the sleepover room without the noise of the game assaulting my senses.
Something has been bothering me for a while now.... I noticed in a forum last week that someone was asking about circles in squares- How can they find a way of doing them that enables them to design their own Afghan without using someone else's pattern, and using different sizes throughout.
I did some searching on the internet and couldn't find ANYTHING that related to simple mathematics that could help us to design patterns. what IS the mathematics behind turning circles into squares easily?
Direct eye-contact, not figiting or stimming, participating in conversations we can’t contribute or relate to, determining what is a joke and what is serious with exactly zero cues to work off, to smile through gritted teeth when you admit to confusion and everyone laughs… One shift was supposed to finish in plenty of time to get to the other one… The fact that I was only 5 minutes late to the second shift is very nearly a miracle.
Protocol is to call ahead, but I didn’t have the chance to pull over and call, and I wasn’t about to take my attention off a busy motorway to dial while driving. I repeated my apology, along with a more in-depth explanation.