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Picking up speed

From zero to hundred in nineteen point three years! (That joke statement is actually accurate, go figure.)

Remember yesterday’s post? Yeah? Damn, shit’s embarrassing yo. But hey, we got better news now, in the form of yet another personal posts. Won’t be long before this place is called “Fang’s diary”, I swear. But let’s get to the point here. In yesterday’s post I went over some things I want to do/fix in a pretty vague manner, like attention-seeking insecure fourteen year old females do on Facebook. Something about work passed. Guess what kind of email I sent today?

Got called by a customer while I was at school. No idea where he got my number, but it doesn’t matter. It wasn’t super bad and not at all related to what followed, but it reminded me it was high time to do it. I sent an email to my boss describing how I feel about my job there right now and what I want changed, subtly stating I’ll be leaving if there’s no improvement.

Aaaand I got an email back just now. Planning a meeting, it’ll go down on Wednesday. Can’t say I’m super prepared for this, but it can’t go awfully wrong now can it? More on this then, I guess.

As I was about to say before a familiar and rather annoying “pling” interrupted me, I felt kind of stoked about everything. (Felt. Right now I’m a tad nervous. But hey, no use in delaying, time to go balls to the wall and do this thing.) Like maybe this was some sort of turning point. I did something I thought was hard to do, something I didn’t really want to do, but had to be done regardless. Maybe I’ll play it a bit more ballsy from now on, try and make some moves here and there. I’ll probably need plenty of reassurance along the road, but sharp turns without traffic barriers are a bad idea too, so that’s okay.

New Caves tomorrow? Question mark?
~ Fang

Comments

  • 19/11/2013 (9:28 AM)

    Well I hope everything works out good for you! Remember one thing though; You cannot control most things that happens in life but one thing you can control is how you decide to feel that day.

    Everytime you’re aware of your mood, just takes a minute to think about it, relax and raise your morale for a bit. Over time it works wonder.

  • 19/11/2013 (1:22 AM)

    Good for you on taking that step man. I hope things do improve. If you prove yourself irreplaceable then you have a good starting point. That he even called this meeting means your boss is interested in what you have to say and should be accommodating.

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