So, would you like to know what I’ve just spent the last two hours doing?
You might be interested to find out that I have been reading my blogs. All of them. Since around July of 2007, until around July of 2008.
Why, you might ask, would I want to read all of those blogs?
I received a phone call from my friend, Sandy. She called to inform me that there is a big ruckus going on at my old place of employment. Ruckus? It seems one of my ex-co workers ‘googled’ me and found my Xanga.
Apparently, all of the people I used to work with have spent the entire day reading all of my old Xanga blogs, looking for things that I have said or done wrong, and trying to figure out what they should do about it. Sandy called to let me know that she wasn’t sure if there might be repercussions, but there’s a chance that these ex-co workers might try to take it to corporate.
That didn’t answer the question. Why would I want to read all of these blogs?
Of course, to check myself. Did I write anything bad about anyone? Did I write about any of my co-workers? (Even my friends?) Did I write anything about a patient that I shouldn’t have disclosed?
I’ve been reading for two hours. I can’t find anything that could possibly be misconstrued as anything other than a personal journal.
You might also notice that my Xanga also requires Xanga-lock. I have also set friend’s lock. I hate the fact that I will lose readers and friends because of this, but I don’t want to lose my job, and that seems like the only other option.
What a great damn day. Honestly, the only question I am left with is… what kind of people would avoid their work all day to focus on me? Someone that doesn’t work there any more? And WHY WEREN’T THEY WORKING?!
(For those that are worried and concerned, I have also shut off my RSS feed.)