Thursday, 26 June 2008

Irritation


I am yet to become really IRRITATED about work, or the lack of continuation of it. Watch out for a stroppy and coruscating post soon; it may hove into view after Monday when I have a day off to hit the agencies and put my CV about. I am calm so far. After all, this was a six week stint that ran for fifty two and I am grateful for that, and for the broad experience it has given me.


I can't be irritated at my boss because I know she wanted to retain me, and she has no reason to lie (and I like her too; she has always been decent), I can't be irritated at her senior boss, our French chairman because I only met the chap once for about 7 seconds and said what-ho. It was his call but whatamIgonnado?

Hmmmm.

6 comments:

walsharoo... said...

Be mad the french fucker who made the call.

I am constantly mad at the french..CESM's

BS5 Blogger said...

Cheers fella!

Suburbia said...

Yep always blame the frogs!!

See my previous comment for friendly support!

Alaina said...

I'm with Walshy.

Thought about your plight today. Hang in there. A nice guy like you is bound to find something. Hey! It might be the catalyst for something greater!

Maybe you'll get to use your superpowers at the next place.

scargosun said...

I really think that you should be mad at your boss. As much as you might like her, your work should speak for you. Can I write a letter for you?

BS5 Blogger said...

I refuse to me mad at my boss; that would be a failing in me and upon my last year. I have been decent and consistent, and I think she has too. To suddenly abrogate that faith and consider her a moo would be poor form on my part. I am pissed off at her French boss because it is short sighted not to see that the energy and impact I would have would more than save my salary whilst improving retail operations. There it is.