Come February, our Manager has announced the most heartbreaking news we could ever hear at work- the account is moving. Actually I was not at the office when it was announced cause it was my rest day but I had this stinky feeling cause I was seeing a lot of rants and goodbyes in Facebook.
I remember the happiness I felt when I was writing an entry about my first experience working in a BPO Industry. I once said that, I never felt working cause I had a family everywhere I go. Nothing is really permanent and we’re in the reality of life.
The account decided to transfer their offices in United States and the set-up is, we’ll be transferred over to a different account. It was a bittersweet feeling. Sweet cause at least we still have a job and bitter because, we’ll not be together. Believe me, it was hard realizing you’ve been inside your comfort zone and all of a sudden, you need to go out.
So me being such a panic psycho, I submitted my resignation letter.
Aside from the personal issues I have (not on work), the managers told us that we will still be interviewed once transferred. In one word, back to zero. So I decided to just quit early so that I can still rest during Holy Week, spend it with my family and will just look for another job afterwards.
And…. God is good! After my tambay days, just weeks before I left my beloved workmates and account, I passed by another BPO center, and tadaaah! I’m hired.
I admit, I miss my workmates,
so bad. I even burst into tears during my last day. I don’t even want to talk to anyone anymore cause it’ll be harder. I’m afraid that I won’t have such workmates like them. I even told them that I’ll blocked them once I got home. 😦
GraduationSunday’s Best Christmas Party
Back office lunch, without me. HahahaAnd with me. 🙂The morning cheaters.Down to our farewell party. 😦
I really miss you guys. 😦 But hey! Its not the end of the world. Goodbyes don’t mean to do-not-contact me, do-not-email-me, do-not-talk-to- forever, right? So instead of me focusing on the Goodbyes, lets turn the tables: Welcome to my new life! God, bless me.
I remember the lyrics of the song, “where’s the good in goodbye”? The answer for me is: The good happens when you start to accept things.