Well, first thing I have to be grateful for is …. NOT having any part in the MSK #14 winder project fiasco! Yes, I am feeling some schadenfreud about it. A year or so ago I was upset that I seemed to have been overlooked for this important effort. Even a couple weeks ago I was upset that a colleague was getting kudos AND a promotion out of these winder projects. (Not that I didn’t want him to get all the kudos he deserved, or a promotion, but where were mine?!?) But now I am very very glad to have no part in the disaster that this particular winder project has turned into. Thank you, God!
I am also grateful to have been gone on vacation over a long weekend as it must’ve been becoming apparent that the MSK #14 winder project was going off the rails. That way I couldn’t be pressed into service! Thank you, Universe!
Thank you, God — and my guides and Angels — for the plant interview in Kalamazoo! Thanks, too, for helping me get through it. I hope it works out for me, and whichever way it does, thank you all for making the result happen in my best interest. (And also giving me hope that I can escape the hairy mess my department is slowly turning into. It is NOT an organization I can take pride in being a part of.)
Thank you for providing me all the aid I needed for getting ready for the big interview. A good substitute hairdresser, viable options for my pants, a suitable top, and no car trouble!
Today, I was grateful for being able to keep busy, which is not always an option for me. I am often bored and have to find my own work. (Another reason to move on. I am no longer being given challenging assignments. Thank you, my guides and Angels, for helping me to realize this. Fundamentally, under all my other disgruntlements, THIS is the source of my unhappiness.)
Thank you for the advice to keep my thoughts to myself today. I may not have followed it perfectly, but I kept it in mind at several points as the day wound itself out.