A good job is like a nice wine:
It gets better and more valuable with time, and you look forward to it.
Now, I’ve had a lot of jobs, anyone who knows me knows this. I’ve been at my new job as an Executive Assistant at a law firm for two months now, and generally I start hating my job more and more starting around… three weeks. This being said, every day I go into work I love my job even more. This job has been such an amazing opportunity, and I’m excited to see where it takes me in the future.
I’m happier at this point in my life than I think I’ve ever been. Everything is working out for the most part, and the things that don’t seem so minor in comparison.
This past week I’ve had some friends from high school here, one of which swore into the Canadian Armed Forces on Wednesday. It’s been so nice to reminisce with them, and see how far we’ve come. It’s also been nice to be able to sit back, relax and just be 20 for a bit with them. Another blessing.
While they were here we spoke a lot of the past, the present and the future, and it really made the idea of being “Grown ups” more tactile. All three of us are happy with what we’ve accomplished on our own, and all realized that we hold very little resentment to the past, which I can honestly say, was a bit of a surprise.
It’s funny, y’know? How things all fold out, and how I can honestly say: Life really does get better after high school.