but I'm a tad bit ticked off. I had my 90-day review today. My copy editor proceeded to tell me that I didn't spend enough time proofreading my copy, and that I was making her job harder. A couple of times, I didn't see some of her corrections. She took that to mean that I was slacking. People make mistakes. This happened maybe three times in the past three months. It isn't like this happens all the time. I couldn't get as much of a raise because she felt that I don't spend enough time proofreading (I got what I wanted to get, so it didn't matter anyway). I have problems with her review on so many levels that I don't know where to begin. If she doesn't want to edit copy, then she shouldn't be a copy editor. I probably should tell her about the brain fog that fibro causes, but for some reason, I don't want to do that. I know it sounds crazy and stubborn...especially since I could get more money. However, I feel that my illness is a private thing. I tell people who I feel have a RIGHT to know about it. I don't use fibro as an excuse to get over on people, nor do I feel that I should put my business out in the street. And let's be honest, if this same person was adamant that I come into work when I told her that I had less than two hours sleep (even though I had permission from the company CFO to work from home), can I really expect her to be sympathetic about the brain fog? I just needed to vent, because I really feel that she is just a person who has no fellow feeling.