Unexpected Can Mean Good, Right?

I am not good at dealing with unexpected change. I wish I was. I wish I could just embrace the change. Go for it. Become spontaneous. But I can’t, especially when I perceive that the change is negative.

See that ‘perceive’ up there? That’s me trying to bend my thoughts around from fleeing like roaches away from change. I have to understand that not every change is bad. Not even when it looks bad.

Sometimes, unexpected change brings wonderful things: Love. Opportunities. Friends.

You see, unexpectedly, I am facing my second week of having no Car Jockey work. Tech Boss is so efficient, he has rendered jockeys useless. Until when? I don’t know. But I need that money. I’m using that money. That money tops up rent. It pays student loans. It buys toilet paper. And if I don’t have that money, I don;t have anything to even wipe my ass with.

So I may just unexpectedly bail on Tech Boss and feel, you know. Employed.

That would be good.

4 Comments to “Unexpected Can Mean Good, Right?”

  1. By Arwen, March 5, 2011 @ 7:05 pm

    Ah, sadness. Only maybe this is good. Good for your stunt driving career! The word verification on this post says SNIns University, which seems to suggest education of some kind.

  2. By Liz, March 6, 2011 @ 9:25 am

    Realistically, I do not know if my neck could handle a stunt-driving career. Ditto my not-good-at night-vision eyes.

  3. By Arwen, March 7, 2011 @ 12:41 am

    Ah, sadly. However, although transitions suck, I am convinced you’ll come out on top of this one!

  4. By Stephanie, March 7, 2011 @ 8:01 am

    Oooh. Change is afoot. Change is such the worst and best all at once.

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