The end is near…

By , January 3, 2018 5:17 pm

… of this work detail, that is.

It’s supposed to be over January 21st! Then I go back to my old position.

There is talk of extending the detail, but I highly doubt that will happen (and somehow hope that by posting here that I doubt it will, that the universe proves me wrong).

That’s all fine. I knew I’d have to go back.

But now the question is, how do I find the passion and joy in my old position, that I found in this new one?

Is it even possible?

Aside from a few sh*t days, I’ve been much happier at work and in life since I started this detail. I’d love to stay that way.

We shall see!!!

Unrelated photo I took outside the office today

8 Responses to “The end is near…”

  1. Kathy says:

    Fingers crossed for you!

  2. ChezJulie says:

    I’m sorry to hear about going back to your old position. It’s soooo important to like what you do for work.

    We have a Calder sculpture about 5 minutes from our apartment.

    • kilax says:

      Thank you! It really is. I knew I was unhappy before but hadn’t realized how bad it was. Eek!

      Aww, a crab! Our is a flamingo 🙂

  3. DeAnne says:

    I can’t understand why they are willing to let you go???

  4. Mica says:

    Oh no, that time flew by! What about this work detail is so much better than your regular work? I hope they let you stay since you seem so much more enthusiastic and genuinely engaged with the stuff you’ve been doing.

    • kilax says:

      My regular work was somewhat design related and really changing from when I started. It was not so much interior architecture anymore, and became a lot of office furniture assistance (and much more programming, which I don’t mind as much as the furniture). I was doing a lot of work I didn’t know how to do well, and was not very interested in.

      Now I get to manage drawing inventory which sounds boring but I love. Ha ha ha.

      They really want me to stay for those reasons! They want to extend it two months.

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