I’ve been looking forward to the Chinese New Year mainly because it had meant that my stint at that particular company had come to an end. Now that the CNY holidays are almost over, I’m so darn relieved that my days at the company are officially over! Not surprisingly, I was still tasked to carry out a few errands and had to do a final “update” for that woman on my last day of work. All I can say is, I hope the two new girls will be able to put up with her crazy antics. For my colleagues’ sake, at least. Despite the miserable three months on the job, I’m glad to have met my two colleagues (now ex). If not for them, I really don’t think I’d be able to complete my contract. I’d probably run crying to the agent and beg to be released from my contract, which one of my predecessors apparently did. Poor soul.
Anyway, it’s all water under the bridge now. I hope I can start afresh in my new job come 14 February. All I’m asking for is a decent boss to work with and I really hope things will pick up for me this time round. Come to think of it, the year of the tiger has been quite an unlucky year for me.
Oh, did I also mention that I cracked my molar on CNY eve? The worst thing is, I don’t even know what caused it. See what I mean by being unlucky in the year of the tiger? Now I need to make an appointment with the dentist to extract the damaged tooth and I probably need to have an implant done. I have to suffer the pain and burn a hole in my pocket for nothing. Can it get any worse?
Having said that, I’d like to wish everyone a happy and prosperous year of the rabbit ahead. I’m sure all of you had a better start to the new year than I did. Enjoy!