I know I am masungit.
I have a very low tolerance to people who can not easily pick up my thoughts. Haha. Ang salbahe ko ba?
Hindi ako pwedeng teacher.
Mag-iinit lang ang ulo ko.
Baka ma-expel lang ako at tanggalan ng lisensya. Hahaha.
Or mapuno ng complaints ang DepEd.
Last Tuesday, while stuck in traffic, I was reminded of one conversation with an officemate.
Bakit daw ba hindi ako nag-a-accept ng friend request sa FB?
Akala mo kung ano’ng national security concern, eh no!
Simple lang, I’ve learned that I need not flaunt my personal affairs in any social media.
I do not owe them anything personal about me, my family.
Enough ng magkakasama kami everyday.
Tsaka paano ako makakapag-rant ng work-related if many of my officemates can see them, di ba?!
Sa NORTHRAIL, wala pa yatang 15 ang friends ko sa FB – HR and HSE department friends lang.
Sa URC, 12 lang! Hahaha.
With my current employer, it took my HR friends a year of waiting before they are finally able to convince me to receive their invite (talagang hindi ako ang nag-initiate!)
Eh dahil para akong politico sa boka (na medyo conflict, kasi sabi ko kanina suplada ako), haha.
It’s safe to say that I have generated enough curiosity out of my officemates’ fickle minds.
I am able to maintain a certain degree of mystery inspite of my non-stop babbling about my husband and my daughter.
Balik tayo sa traffic.
I decided to log in to my ‘other’ FB account.
There’s kwento as to why that was made, eh.
I invited all of my officemates na nakita ko sa PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW.
Wala naman masyadong laman yung account nay un, so carry lang.
I posted some new items, and ariba ang mga likers and commenters!
Then this afternoon, I received an email.
Here (Read the message of each photo from the bottom):
I was so happy!
Kung si Vice Ganda may mga Little Ponies, at ang favorite kong #ALDUB ay may #AldubNation, meron akong KARENatics! Hahaha.
I felt so liked and loved.
I felt glad that they respected my makulit na reason as to why I ain’t receiving their FB invite.
With times that I feel like a little hellish at work, I’ll always look back to that email.