“It’s kind of a funny story” how the worst week at work could end so nice at home.
After realizing that I don’t hate what I do for a living but just the workplace, I feel pretty happy with myself.
For a while now, I thought that on my way on becoming a fully responsible adult I made the wrong decision and that I ended up doing something I dislike. I thought that I am fed up with foreign languages and with my work.
Thank God it turned out I just hate people.
I never been a very social type (never been a loner either), but I always hated crowds and working with people. Why? Well, because people suck. I probably suck too. I am very much aware that I annoy others as well, some on purpose and some unintentionally.
But, most of the times I like to keep a low profile and not to get too much ahead of myself. Still, that doesn’t mean I won’t get pissed of when someone acts like I’m the lowest of them all.
I may not be the best person in the world at what I do, I may not have all the things necessary for becoming successful, but I still do my best. Why, because I like what I do! I find that very necessary for me to actually make it every day of the week, every month and every year.
Am I gonna quit? Heck no, I am still a “in need of money person”. Will I rant to vent out my frustration? Yup.
And with that I end my weekly ranting. I just had a very good weekend people!!! Good food, good atmosphere and by all a new storage unit for my books (from IKEA). It’s so nice and lovely and everything fits in perfectly.
I saw “It’s kind of a funny story” today. I had no desire to watch a movie but it really caught my attention after the first 10 minutes went by. First was Lauren Graham, then Emma Roberts then the story line which was very quirky.
Not only that but the line “just live, like it meant something” really stuck with me. That and it boosted my mood to a very good level I must say. Movies like this one are always welcomed after a bad period.
Sometimes I really need a remember that in this very over populated world, there are bound to be people going through the same things as I am and some fair better and some crumble, given the circumstances, while I am in between enjoying my free time away from work.
PS: The weather is lovely, it might be freezing but it’s sunny.