am I wrong? - page 7

This is going to be a "longey", so I apologize in advance. I have lots to say. This is in chronological order. I should tell you up-front, that all of these occurences, other than 2, have occured "in... Read More

  1. by   Mkue
    Originally posted by jurbyjunk
    Thanks for all of your input. Thought that you might want to know the latest.

    I have decided, after all, to go to this party. In fact, I can hardly wait.

    My best friend said "so, why haven't you applied for her job?". Yesterday, Monday, I did. Today I went for my interview, and several hours later was informed that I GOT HER JOB.

    She's already left for her new job, last day was Monday. She doesn't know who got her position. I CAN HARDLY WAIT TO TELL HER. Yes, yes, yes.
    Wish I could see her face when you tell her !!!

    Congradulations !

    Marie
  2. by   maggie7
    Congratulations! Take a picture of her when she hears the news and post it for us. I know you can't, but I would love to see what a real cold-hearted b#tch looks like.
    :hatparty: Way to go!
  3. by   eltrip
    Girl, I am SO happy for you! I can't wait to hear what happens! We have to wait 8 days? You could take photos & post them on the BB so we can see the blow-by-blow of your announcement.

    This southern girl wants to send her some x-lax brownies, at the very least. Sending a letter from a local hotel (using their stationery, of course) asking her to not make so much noise next time she visits with one of her "friends" to her at home could be fun, too, if she's involved in a relationship.

    Joy
  4. by   kmchugh
    Perhaps you could send written regrets to the party, a la:

    "Dear X

    I had so hoped to be able to attend your farewell party, to pay my deepest respects on your departure. Unfortunately, I too have assumed a new position myself, and my predecessor left such a horrendous mess it will take me weeks without break to straighten it out. As a manager yourself, I'm sure you can understand how time consuming this can be.

    Again, please excuse me for not coming, but as busy as I will be assuming my new duties as your replacement, I'm sure you will understand.

    Signed"

    Kevin McHugh
  5. by   glow_worm
    and congrats on all you've accomplished in your life, and for surviving so much turmoil. I admire people like you.
  6. by   Peeps Mcarthur
    Posted by Kevin

    Again, please excuse me for not coming, but as busy as I will be assuming my new duties as your replacement, I'm sure you will understand
    :roll

    "Yea, some horse's ass of a mgr left some real problems to fix"

    :chuckle
  7. by   BBFRN
    I say GO- and pull her quietly aside, away from earshot of everybody else, and say every last little thing you wanted to say to her while she was your boss. Smile the entire time your doing this, so others will think you're having a perfectly amiable conversation. What a perfect opportunity to cuss her out and let her know just exactly how vile and evil she really is. Get it out of your system. What could she possibly do to you then? Let her know how long you have hoped for this day. Then hang around as long as possible and PARTY IT UP!
  8. by   pam156
    This woman sounds like a soap opera villiam. too horrid to be true. Attending a lunch is the least of the issues that come to mind. Does your facility have a stress and health center? I predict in the end, you may be her superior some day! Just hope you don't squash her like a cockroach... Hang in their, you are going places and she will be a bad memory. Hug your kids!
  9. by   Flo1216
    What this poster is saying is so reprehensible that I almost don't believe it. You mean, there are seriously people out there like this nurse manager? If that were me, I wouldn't think twice about not going. Why would you go to a celebration of a person who you don't like, especially if she is abusive towards you? I would tll her not to let the door hit her in the ass on the way out.
  10. by   sassynurse78
    I wouldn't go, you know when I deal with mean cold hearted people I always remember something I have a very strong beleif in, in the end everybody gets what they deserve. What comes around goes around.
  11. by   Ammy
    Nearly eight years is a long time, I hope your life improves from now on. I think you should attend to show you are not scared of her, and in wardly 'gloat' and celebrate and enjoy the moment.............lol Don't let anyone walk over you again, put them straight about facts, and make a lot of fuss. 'been there, done it, I have met people like her - they havn't got a clue what mayhem they cause, but they are scheaming personalities, who prefer to see their own point of view, without listening to others, and are in positions of authority, because they are so convicing when they are going after what they want to achieve, and are only able to remain in their job because, most people can't be bothered challenge them, or are afraid to, or it does't affect them or actually assists them - because they see her weaknesses and probably benefit from them, (it does't stress them too much)because she doesn't see their weaknesses, faults ect....... but its great when you make that step which is really a giant leap for 'standing up for yourself and what you represent'
  12. by   ChristenLPN
    I have read this enitre thread and have just seethed with horror and disgust and loathing along with everyone else. And then I read your new news and the expressions of elation and have just been grinning like a fool.

    Sweetpea, use the talents that God saw fit to bestow on you when He made you Southern and go and kill her slowly with the coldest kindness she ever saw! I am (almost) envious of you for having such a delicious opportunity for revenge. Would it be possible to have a friend there with a camcorder so you can relive this sweet moment again and again?

    What goes around does come around, and you are actually there to see it! You must let us know how this goes! We are all on pins and needles!

    My heart goes out to you for the death of your son; I am so thankful you will have this opportunity to honor his memory.

    [Loud Rebel yell inserted here, from one Southern lady to another] Awesome!

    :chuckle :roll :kiss :hatparty:

    Christen
  13. by   Stargazer
    Originally posted by ChristenLPN
    Sweetpea, use the talents that God saw fit to bestow on you when He made you Southern
    --Can I just say how much I love this?? And I'm not even Southern!
    ...and go and kill her slowly with the coldest kindness she ever saw! I am (almost) envious of you for having such a delicious opportunity for revenge.
    See, this is exactly how I feel. Probably because I am evil. Revenge isn't always best served cold.

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