I still haven’t got the phenomenon of the window view. Yeah it is usually a nice view and it is something to look at. But still it doesn’t matter, all of the people out there are doing something other than what you are doing. It makes me think alot about the outside and not so much about the view.
There is something else about the window view that people feel that it gives and it is respect and seniority. There are people that will get mad because someone younger or not as much experience gets the window view. To me personally it doesn’t matter. You tend to forget what is outside after being in an office 8-10 hrs a day. I really wonder though how many people have looked outside during the day and wondered what it would be like to be out there doing what they love?
Oh well, if you ask them at work they would probaly lie, but if you asked them in a casual setting they would probaly tell you the world.
Who really cares, most of the people won’t do shit about it and at times will seem like talking to a dead horse.
It has been a good weekend for me. Hell most of my weekends are good. When I am not at work I tend to catch up with some friends, chill and relax, and be on the internet. There is more that goes on, but I think that my time is very productive. Today is the day that I want most of my days in the future to be like. I will explain what I did today in a later writing, but it really doesn’t matter now. I will live the life i really want to live. This weekend was also interesting because one of my friends was in town because he got a couple of job offers. So his girlfriend wanted to celebrate which was cool. It got me thinking about what people are really passionate about. My friend was explaining at his previous employer that he was not growing as an engineer in the direction he wanted to go. And really wanted something challenging and will keep his mind compelled. I was thinking the same about myself, but I already know what I really want out of life and each day I am coming into reality of that particular life style. It seems as young professionals start “their desired” career they want to be challenged and feel that they are contributing to the company. And older professionals are used to the swing of things and do their job and it seems like they don’t feel much of anything.
Well I just finished my malt and it was very good. Here is a history lesson for yall. Where does malt come from?
Just finish work for the week. Feels great being done before noon. It was something interesting at work today that got me thinking. There is a new guy there and he just finished his first week of working in the “real world”. One of our coworker’s asked him what did he think about his first week? He told her that it was fun and then she said you are such a liar. That makes me think of two persective.
#1: Coworker- She obvious knows that he didn’t do much and at times during the week was bored as hell. But she probaly still feels that way right now in her present state. At times it may that she likes coming to work, but still feels a resentment towards it. I don’t really know but oh well.
#2: The New Guy- Well who knows what he thinks but it seems that he likes it so far. Hell, it has only been a week. Nothing can really go bad in a week and still don’t know what to look for of what is good and bad about a particular company, but he will figure it out. However, he did ask me a question about people coming and leaving and I think that I lied to him already. I told him not really and that people are here usually for a long time and then they want to go somewhere else. In reality that is true, but still if he would talk to people on a keepin it real attitude there will be mixed feelings and that will only take time.
I think back of my first week of work. It was pretty fun to tell you the truth. Being on my own and making my own money. I felt that I was somebody and felt that I was making a difference in the world. Everyone was pretty cool and friendly. But I was tired and really needed rest because I wasn’t used to working those hours. Hell I still am not used to it, but that topic is for another day…