January 6th

h285322I miss Bob since he was fired. We barely ever talked and I don’t remember his last name, but I feel we were close.

The coffee he brought is almost gone. We have a small coffee maker in the office where we all work, and someone had a cup whilst waiting for a new keyboard. When they sipped it, they made a scrunchy face and put it down. I guess I’ve developed a taste for it.

I feel very relaxed today. I decided to enroll in a book club around the corner from where I live. I haven’t read a book since ‘The Rise of Domestic Lawn Care Equipment in 1937,’ which although interesting, is very heavy and hurts my legs when I read it.

A person in our office needed a new keyboard because she had used it to prop a door open. It succeeded in this task, but is now no longer functional as a keyboard, having lost most of the keys. I asked her what she had been using in the interim to work. She replied, “Nothing, really.” She’s been without a keyboard for six weeks.

Nobody appears to have questioned this.

November 24th

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I sat down at my desk today and drank my coffee. In the IT department, we rotate who brings in coffee. I might stop drinking this type because it has been giving me heart-burn lately and I’ve been feeling dizzy. It might be because the brand of coffee is different. It seems like a different mixture.

I received an email today from a member of staff it. It said:

‘pleaseohmygodcansomeonelookatmykeyboarditsbrokenidontknowwhatswrongomgomgkthanks’.

I think that she is either suffering from some kind of mental issue, or the spacebar on her keyboard is malfunctioning. Either way, I will investigate tomorrow.