Monday, November 3, 2008

Stuck in the rut

Everyday seems to be the same old day but with a different date on it for me. I am drifting into a state of oblivion and God only knows where all this is going to end up. This morning I was quite eager to get moving at work but by mid-day, I realized it was just like any other day and it sucks.

My meeting with the purchasers last Saturday went on well for me but then the purchasers were disappointed with us on our lack of commitment in really getting the work started. I know that I can't move forward as there are a lot legal tangle that we have got ourself into with the old management not letting go of things that easily.

I did call up the last company that I had gone for an interview and it sounded positive as he told me to call him on Wednesday. I know I am running out of options and I am beginning to feel that I am stuck in this rut that was created by my old management and all of us are sinking slowly with it.

My trip to Hyderabad is on Sunday but the present financial conditions that we are in, I really don't know whether I can actually make my trip and also with the uncertainty of the whole scenario.

4 comments:

ugich konitari said...

Do you have folks in Malyasia who see horoscopes? I knew someone who went through a similar worrisome patch. He was told by the astrolger when his current situation would change for the better/worse, careerwise, and that actually happened.

See, one may or may not believe; but it gives you something to pin your hopes on when nothing seems to work...

just my 2 paisa advice.....

sukku said...

Thank you so much for your advice. I am frustrated here as nothing seems to work for the company at the moment now and it is affected us the staff.

I was pinning my hopes for a change in employment but the global economy is bad and it has also effected us here in Malaysia.

I remember I had seen a chinese astrologer some years back and maybe I should look into the notes that I had jotted down for the salient features...on the events...that should take place in my life as whatever she had predicted had happened...

Shree said...

I do believe in some external force that affects our lives and people across geographies have different ways of perceiving and interpreting it.

Whatever it may be, I guess one just cruises along! I'm reminded of what Winston Churchill once said 'If you are going through hell, keep going!'. Things will fall in place one fine day!

sukku said...

Thank you Shree