Always look on the bright side of life, hohoo, hohoo, hoho-hoho, hohoo! Always look on the bright side of life.
As much as I don’t want my summer break to end it has to end anyway sooner or later. For as soon as this day is over a new day starts for my first day at work again. Cry out loud! As I was humming the song, “always look on the bright side of life” early today, I said to myself, yeah, why not. It’s just a job that will be added to my routine, in fact, the same routine as before. And I should be grateful I have a job to go to everyday, right?
I met with some friends yesterday and one of them had the same feelings as I used to have. She said she was also having a dilemma everytime summer break would end but this time it’s getting severe. She said she was feeling tensed and she felt a strong aversion not to go back to work. I thought she was pathetic and I asked why, she said she didn’t really like her work colleagues because they’re younger than her. I completely understood why she didn’t want to go to work. I could have advised her to look for another job or request for replacement, whatever. She works at a preschool and it’s not an easy decision to just let it go especially nowadays that unemployment is staggering high. Job vacancies are out of track. Besides, it’s not a big deal to have younger colleagues, she will get used to it for as long as she works harmoniously with them and they with her.
As for myself, it’s not the job that I abhor but the thought of juggling obligations of home and work. I almost run out of free time and this freak me out sometimes. I don’t have kids but I feel like as busy as those who have, as if I have any idea how busy they normally are, lol! I think my friend and me should look on the bright side of everything we do and stop this ludicrous dilemma.