Bad days at work can really drain you, can’t they? Why, in a professional setting, do some people forget their manners, forget to be considerate, and stop seeing people as what they are – people – and not just a box on an org. chart or a way to get a (big picture) meaningless task done?
But here’s the thing. When you stop to breathe, refocus and get your perspective back, it sure does make you appreciate the loveliness that exists outside the confines of your work space.
I don’t know. With a baby on the way, what’s important just seems to be more prominent and rise to the surface these days anytime I am faced with frustrations or days that bring me down. I mean, as we speak, I have a wonderful husband BBQing some lovely T-bones. He has made the salad (and made extra so that I can have a healthy meal at lunch tomorrow), and prior to that he left to grocery shop for said food. AND he bought me a lovely gift and a very special “Mother to be” card Sunday for mother’s day … so what was my problem again?
Right. I didn’t really have one.