So in the past week or so I’ve noticed that life is completely unfair; not only do people who have less experience than you pass you for promotions, but they do it in a way that makes me feel like I’m the worst employee they’ve ever had.
When I first heard the news I was furious, and as the days passed and the crying subsided, I got over it. It still stings, and I’m still reminded of it every day I go to work, but life goes on I guess. Life isn’t fair, so why would I expect anything in my professional life to be so?
It just makes me angry to think of all the hard work I’ve put into learning this business; a city girl coming to play with the trucks, get dirty, deal with drivers, and handle a profession dominated by males. I have put so much of myself into this job; I have done so much more than has been asked of me, but it never seems to be enough. It’s frustrating, really and truly frustrating.
But to speak of better things, Auburn Football! We are now 2-0, and have established a starting QB. (which makes me happy, because I always knew Kodi Burns was overrated). We looked much better yesterday minus the fumbles, which thankfully for us, we were playing Southern Miss and not LSU, or Tennessee or Georgia or anyone else who would have taken those fumbles and scored with them.
Anyway, I’ve really needed to vent that for awhile; writing always seemed to serve as a good listener. Oh well… later.