Working days upon me & questionable New Years Eve part-hay!

Man, I am so exhausted. I know I have a student job but I am not fatigue-proof. I work at the New Yorker clothing store. Won’t go into details but let’s say the only thing keeping me there is the money. Haha, and it is only my 5th day there. The problem is that I’m basically standing at one place from 6-7 hours securing the items. Ah, the perks of having a first job at 26.

Yes, I am probably not going to the New Years Eve party. Why? The inability to find a place to celebrate or to be on the same page among friends resulted with the pretty much hard core absence from any celebration, on my part. They are all probably going to a place where I wouldn’t be caught dead – EVER! So, from the very beginning I have known I wouldn’t be going there and that is the price of it – staying at home which is, pretty much, perfectly fine by me. Almost. Why going, spending money when there is no point or any entertainment I could experience. Yeah, my friends, I know. But I think it would be better for them if I didn’t go ’cause I would be whining how I hate it there. Instead, gonna splurge on the new pair of jeans or something. Don’t get me wrong, I love my friends but I am not one of those people who can adapt to any musical environment and they know that. So, my bad. Guess I won’t be sporting my new red pumps or glittery top after all. Ah, C’est la vie!  Shikata ga nai.

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    Iryna Yeroshko

    December 29, 2011

    I’m gonna rock with my church friends on NY’s eve.
    No alcohol or something but just a lot of fun and presents. Are there any youth at your church?Why don’t you meet up and have some fun the way you want it?

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    Ines Perkovic

    December 29, 2011

    I am no “youth” anymore. It is all young people who have known each other for years and they don’t even know my name, if there is such a celebration in my parish going on. I know there is a midnight Holy Mass. But, I will probably stay home. It is just a party, no biggie

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    Iryna Yeroshko

    December 29, 2011

    Oh don’t make yourself older than you are :) Yoth is the way you feel. we have married couples and people much older than you and who can outdo any of us sometimes, and it’s just a pleasure to have them around, getting knowledge from their experience and just to have fun with them.

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    Ines Perkovic

    December 29, 2011

    I know what you mean but there is no instant fitting in :) I wanted to be with my friends but not at the cost of me needing earplugs the whole evening. :D

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    Hannah

    December 30, 2011

    Awwww, chica! You can come party with me and my family!! We always have a blast. Music jamming, fireworks, singing, cheesecake, and games… we even get you “old kids” to play with us “little teens,” haha!! =) I hope you have a happy new year, anyways! =)

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    Marc

    December 30, 2011

    Im with ya Ines :) maybe will be the same thing here! have a great evening anyway!!

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    Urska

    December 31, 2011

    Totally get you. I’m going to spend it with my family and boyfriend, no big parties…it’s just that i don’t like being surrounded with drunk people that do stupid things :D and i don’t think there is any good party with good music around here haha

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    Anna

    January 3, 2012

    Oh, this sounds very very verrrryyyy familiar. I guess Croatia has no ”NewYear-Friendly-Places”. AT ALL.

    Moj bed je taj da se jazz kafić u kojem slavim svaku novu godinu zatvorio jedno tjedan dana prije nove godine. Toliko o planovima. -.-”

    Super blog. Totalno ga je gušt čitati. :))

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