Ms Aya | Sheep

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Haha…

I thought it would be great to draft my entry in paper first before typing however… ↓

(Laughs nervously)

I think… It’s damn cruel to make you guys squint your eyes just to read this piece of trash.

Therefore.. please dismiss this entry and stop torturing your eyes. <^-^>lll

[ . . . ]

Suppose you manage to read my handwriting… suddenly.. I feel like I’m the lazy fool here.

DOH! >__<

Totally contradicted myself! <-___->

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4 comments so far

1.  madq
September 15th, 2011 at 3:54 pm

Hi Ms. aya…it’s very interesting to see that you draft your entries prior to submitting them to paperdiaries. Shows how much care/emoticons you put into each entry. In the case of work mates, it always amazes me how miserable they can treat each other. Even though they probably see each other more than their families. I’ve been unfortunate to have had disgruntled coworkers. Professionally I would talk to the supervisor. If it persists I would look for another job. In a worse case scenerio, probably quit. I see it as a losing battle, I don’t see myself conniving enough to succeed. And if I did succeed, I don’t see the reward. Have you made friends with any of your coworkers? Maybe ally with them, would make entertaining gossip. Hang in there.

2.  Ms Aya
September 26th, 2011 at 6:31 am

Sorry MadQ for forgetting to reply here. (x__x)

Well drafting in paper is a good way to keep in touch with your own handwriting because once you get out of school, you rely mostly on computers rather than writing.

When I was in school, I *think* my handwriting was neat and nice. Also I could write as small as I like despite how much lecture my teachers gave me over my tiny writing. However my handwriting changes during work. Everything is scribbled to the point my handwriting is unrecognizable!

Anyway, writing in paper is also good to test your own spelling rather than relying on the computer’s correction!

About lousy and lazy co-workers… Well they are everywhere so changing jobs does not necessarily solve the problem. And it’s a wonder how come management and bosses keep these sort of workers despite clearly being aware of their bad cooperation and performance.

I think you just have to learn to stay firm and have the right confrontation to stand up against such beings.

Since you have come to a conclusion that it’s going to be a losing battle for you, then I guess quitting is the best option then. Suppose you do not find the company rewarding enough, leave! They don’t deserve your hardwork!

Friends at work.. Well I do get along with a few colleagues and join in their gossips about ‘that woman’. Maybe I will blog about this one day. :)

By the way, thanks for sharing a piece of your working life. Love to read more from you next time.

And once again my apologies for being so late in replying!

3.  madq
October 1st, 2011 at 1:45 pm

Please, no need to apologize. I would need to apologize too. Since I’ve been guilty of being a slow responder. Time flies…its understandable. I am starting a new job next week. I hope it works out. If anything interesting happens, I’ll make sure to post here. At your current job, you hinted that you worked at a school. Are you a PE teacher or the school nurse? But I also noticed your tweet that you’re without a job. You didn’t take my comments to heart and QUIT! I really hope you didn’t. I was going to agree with you, that a job is a job. Work is work. And sometimes you just need to persevere.

4.  Ms Aya
October 8th, 2011 at 6:27 pm

Dear Madq

Oh no. I am still working in the school.

My work is on the office site. >_<

 

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