Small Victories 4

I didn’t blog last Thursday because I was too tired from walking from work. As usual, I slept late because of Ragnarok M Eternal Love and watched Gossip Girl. I also didn’t read a chapter on my Kindle Paperwhite. It was worth it. I didn’t feel that sleepy unlike last Thursday.

It’s finally set. The countdown begins. I had the go signal that my resignation letter was already forwarded to HR.

I literally dragged myself to work again today. At least, I went to work and I wasn’t late. Just almost late.

I also learned that I won’t be able to use my Vacation Leaves anymore because it has been approved already and they are sticking to the 1 month before rule of filing leaves. Anyway, they’ve already taken everything, might as well take that. I’ll be gone in a few weeks anyway.

‘Though I wished I had used it before, so that it didn’t go to waste. Suddenly, I can’t wait to get out of here.

And this mood is brought to you by my 1st day of the month. My dysmenorrhea is killing me. My stomach hurts and I feel like shit.

 

Time is too slow.

I am still in denial that I have a period. I was late for 2 days and that made me get my hopes up for nothing. I want it but it seems I still can’t have it. Nope! ‘Though I know that it might be impossible because we’re not really trying that hard. Still, I held on to that tiny bit of hope.

Come to think of it, these ridiculous company rules got me into writing again. Subconsciously, I started writing random things to keep myself busy. So that I won’t feel sleepy or just stare into nothingness. Starting this series has kept me sane. From writing random thoughts to coming up with a topic to write about, listing books I want to read, songs I’d like to listen to, and just rant. This is helpful and actually a small victory indeed. It also serves as a diary of what rendering for 30 days in WPH is like.

 

 


 

Books to read from Maureen Goo:

I Believe in a Thing Called Love

The Way You Make Me Feel

Somewhere Only We Know

 

 

Natasha Ngan’s Girls of Paper and Fire

To All The Boy’s I’ve Loved Before

Christina Dalcher’s Vox

Bina Shah’s Before She Sleeps

Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders’ The Rule of One

Sophie Mackintosh’s The Water Cure

 

 

Word of the day: Bibliophiles – a person who collects or has a great love of books.

 

 

Remember how much books you read before you chose this full time job?

 

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