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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Some Days, Mondays Are Harder to Find

This morning despite yesterday's sadness ran from morning all the way till the evenings, I woke up feeling the direct opposite as I did yesterday. I couldn't explain why the sudden urge to be cheerful since my mornings usually encompass a grouchy or melancholic setting. There wasn't any reason to be cheerful this early anyway.

Came to work this morning and the oddest and strangest situation greeted me. I walked into the cafeteria as usual to get my morning dose of coffee and to my surprise, all around the cafeteria were a group of rowdy looking bunch sitting around trying to figure out how to fill in the employment forms with 2 of HR/Admin department staffs explaining to some of them. It was as if the company has decided to hire some people to start a gang fight. One guy really looked the part as if he's ready to rob a store when he put on his head gear. Interesting morning indeed. I couldn't stop laughing when the sight of this caught my eye.

Still couldn't understand my cheerfulness today. Due to the fact of my cheerfulness, I was greeted by almost everybody as I sport a smile on my face today.

Interestingly enough, yesterday should leave me cheerful with me starting as a confirmed staff as of yesterday. But despite the surprisingly high score (5 more points and I would be rated as outstanding, the highest rate) and the thought of being permanent at a job that rarely requires much from me, I still feel a pinch of sadness overcoming my supposed joy, surpassing it in every way. Maybe it's because I'm known to move from job to jobs that saddens me, or maybe it's because I'm feeling the mundaneness of work, or maybe I just plain feel sad.

Whatever is controlling my feelings it sure is funny that I tend to not feel what I'm suppose to feel. Maybe I've gone crazy.....again.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Smile more, and the world will smile with you.


From,
SIS

Anonymous said...

Smile more, and the world will smile with you.


From,
SIS