Last week was not my week for work. It started with seeing my schedule on Sunday, to find that I have a good part time schedule, allowing me to have some good time off on Saturday, which h I was going to use to go to an event. When I got to work on Monday, I was told to check the schedule. I saw that it was “not in my favor.” I gave a little grunt, which they may have heard. I found out that the new employee has left, and it gave me more hours. I would have rather kept the schedule as it was, especially when not much was going on during the week. I then found out that I was to work the lyrics at church on Saturday. I emailed the church, saying I couldn’t make it, asking for someone to switch me which was successful. But last Monday, I wasn’t hospitable. I took orders harshly. I toned down my frustrations throughout the week, but I should have processed the schedule change much better. Last week tapped into my personality, where I get out of whack when there’s a surprise change in the routine. I don’t like it, and I don’t like how I act in hindsight. It’s like I lose favor. And since this is Thanksgiving week, I’m thankful for this observation. This is something to be worked on. And if it properly worked on, it may open up a vast area in maturity. I’m willing to do that.
And I’m just getting started.