Originally posted on facebook 12/23/16
I swear if I hear one more person project negativity by saying it’s going to be a terrible night I’m gonna explode. Seriously. I cringe when people say “It’s gonna be a shit show!” It’s only going to be a shit show because that’s how you want to view it. Give tonight’s sort a positive outlook and no matter how heavy things get, we’ll be happy and walk out of UPS later tonight with a sigh of relief and egg nog waiting for us at home.
But wait, JAMIL’S opinion doesn’t matter because people never want to take in consideration the books I read.
With super Saturday and Super Sunday behind us, we have finally made it to the home stretch with 4 days to go after tonight. This month alone sure has been a test of patience for many but more of a psychology game to me. For instance, instead of jumping into drama at work, I’ve manage to lay low and survey the scene as it is. People are weird and this job has taught me that more than ever!
Not everyone is who they claim to be. What you see on the outside of most are a facade that is clammered with multiple personalities and backward thinking. That statement is more of a common sense point, but a lot of people are too feeble minded to go to that extent. Did I mention everyone around me is young and that I damn near trained an entire posi? I’ve practically did more learning than working if you ask me.
At this point, I don’t have any complaints other than individuals (like my new hires) who act as if they don’t know what they’re doing or have devious plans up there sleeves. It’s annoying if you ask me.
Overall, looking past the treturous 12 day work week, 2016 is almost over. The worst year since… (*MIKE TYSON SAYING “I DON’T KNOW“*).
I’m signing off.
~ keep it all smiles