It all happened very fast. I quit the last job on some pretty bad terms. I burned a very large bridge on the way out (metaphorically... I'm not even suspected in the bridge arson they're investigating). In fact, I quit and only gave a one-day notice. So I left the following day. That was rather satisfying because of how perturbed I was with management there.
Anyway, the cool thing about my new job is that I have my very own office. It actually has walls that go to the ceiling. And there's even a door! So I'm pretty excited about that. I've never had an office. In fact, the last two jobs I've had were in open-cubicle floors where the cubicle wall is only about 4 feet high, making it difficult to do anything that's frowned upon (like blogging or nose-picking) without everyone seeing it.
My concern is that my new-found privacy (and perceived superiority) will go to my head. It's common practice for the people here to close their office doors during lunch. That means I could take a nap without walking out to my car (or I could play with my son's Hot Wheels on the floor without the judgmental stares). But then my fear is that I'll oversleep (or make "Vroom!" noises too loudly). So I think I'll err on the side of caution here. I don't want anyone