Words to Live by….
Do not mend the unbroken.
Today will be great if…..
- I can come to the office on time on this first day of the week.
- I can finished the welcome remarks.
- I can work on the database.
State of mind ….
- Work hard, play hard.
- Steel determination.
Today was simply amazing because …..
- For a Monday, traffic was relatively light… I was resigned being caught in a traffic jam and probably dealt with my 7th that I wore my 3-in wedge thinking I might as well take a ride to the office…. but I had enough time to walk which I had to do carefully and slowly 🙂
- An old colleague called as I was walking to the office and surprisingly was at my office as soon as I got there. We spent the whole morning catching up amid my colleagues’ and bosses’ glances and my initial thoughts on a work due later. What the heck we don’t get the chance to learn some important and interesting things from people and those rare chances do not come often… I can always do the work fast… So I did give my full attention…. and there is a chance of more interaction in the future with maybe some good outcomes.
- I finished the welcome remarks and another work inspite the morning catching up with an old colleague.
- A friend called me and teasingly told me about meeting an old acquaintance we dealt with and had a falling out with on our joint business venture…. we laughed about it but it looks like we might be able to get some money they owe us.
If I could turn back the hands of time……
- I could improve more on the time so that I can also go home earlier.
- I can be more circumspect and think when the mind is calm.
- I could just move on on J’s transgression knowing well it’s futile running after him.
Grateful for …..
- The divine intervention in my friend’s chance meeting with the acquaintance. I had long ago prepared an explosive demand letter which fortunately was not yet sent or delivered to them.
- My ride home waiting for me…. instead of the other way around.
- Having some me time after work…. Before the assessment work was submitted, I always had the need to cram work after work after work.