Maturity

The level of maturity at my current company, since I gave my notice, is unbelievable.

The CEO made me cry.   The CFO asked me how the job market was.  The two HR ladies haven’t spoken one word to me.  The receptionist, who thinks she owns the place, won’t even look my direction.

I guess the good news is that at least I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I am making the right decision.

GROW THE FUCK UP.

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2 thoughts on “Maturity

  1. If there’s anything I’ve learned in my 42 years, it’s that people are weird and people are strange. Don’t let them ruin you and your life. That’s too bad though. Why do people have to be so mean?

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