I hate my job. But I'm with the most flexible company ever and I need to be flexible right now.
But I just hate it! I'm totally lost as how to make it successful. I have no interest in it, what-so-ever. Stress wei.
It would have been something I'd like to do 10 years ago. I think I'd be happy and excel in this job back then, when I'm so involved in managing a website and blogging and such. But social media has made me lazy. I hardly blog here as you can see because creating an entry needs to be thought out properly. Ayat kena susun cantik2, the sentences and paragraph must flow coherently and what not. It's not like, just typing a short 140 characters or post a photo that says it all.
I have to persevere for at least another few more years. Until Mira don't need me to be at her beck and call at least. Then, I'm going to go find another job that I like to do. Like, HR maybe :p
The other day I took Mira to see The Amazing Spider-Man 2. It was awesome, I really enjoyed the movie. I liked Andrew Garfield's Spider-man/Peter Parker in comparison. He is rather snarky.
So yeah, I somewhat didn't see the number 2 at the back. Half way into the movie I realised I haven't watched the first movie. WTF. I shared this bit of trivia with Mira and guess what? She and her arwah Ayah has already watched it on Hypp-TV. No wonder la she's familiar with Gwen Stacy and their backstory. Haih.
The next day I bought the first movie on iTunes. Good thing it was on discount, too.
At first, the thought of travelling all the way just because you wanted me to be there was a pain in the arse. Especially when I already have a task to complete in the office. But the meet today was rewarding. And quite telling.
What I suspected has been confirmed. Inasmuch as my pride was a little hurt, I thank God for showing me this.
It is not right, but I'll be ok. I hope you find peace in your future endeavours.
My take away from this is I want to learn to emulate your poise and grace in handling an audience.