I appreciate the feedback! I am in the process of finishing school and in one of my last classes. I have to revise and edit one of my stories that I have written over the years since I started to attend school. I just finished one story that I want to publish as an E-book. Once I have it graded, I plan on posting the link on my blog to direct you to my story. I hope you all will like it.
My last day at my job is on Monday, Memorial Day. I decided that after seven years that it is time for me to move on and start my career. I had moved up within my company to fulfill every position available there. I had learned a lot over the years, not just about the restaurant but about the food industry in general. About two years ago they promoted me to key supervisor. That was my biggest accomplishment at my job. They trusted me enough to trust me with the store, I was honored. Little did I know that it would come with consequences along the way.
I made friends over the years I been working there. I also met a lot of people through there that I probably wouldn’t of met else where. I mean, seven years is a long time to invest your life in a job that you don’t plan on keeping long-term. But, I just had enough. I felt like they were taking advantage of me as a supervisor, both the management and the staff. I don’t think some of those who think they are my friends realize some of the pressures they put on me or I just had to deal with every shift. It isn’t a cake-walk running a restaurant, especially a closing shift. I did have good times while I was there, it is just time for me to move on and start my career. I don’t think there is anything wrong with that.
Hopefully my last day won’t be full of tears, but full of joy. It will be the next big step in my life. I have an interview with a production company on Tuesday. That is something I am looking forward to. I can finally start to do something that has to do with my career. All I needed is someone to open the door for me. I just can’t wait to walk through it. I am very driven to make something of myself at this point in my life.
It’s now or never. Til next blog. 🙂