" Jag kun, I believe you have a better plan, the reason why you're leaving the company. You see, I still wanted you to work with us but if that would be your decision, I respect that. Hope you can still keep in touch with us." - BOSS
Last Tuesday, my boss invited the whole engineering team for a dinner. He wanted to eat *shabu-shabu so, that time he brought us to a Chinese shabu-shabu restaurant which is located at Pasay Road in Makati City (I forgot the name of the restaurant...uhmmm sounds like Thian Thian or something). And yeah, the said dinner was intended for me 'coz it' was my last day of work in the company. Whew! Good thing he treated us, nakaligtas ako sa panlilibre sa mga officemates ko wahihihi. The food were awesome. Sorry, I wasn't able to take some pictures. I was too shy to take food photos while I'm with my boss. Otherwise, I would look silly to him if I did (or it's just me thinking that way) LOL.
I am thankful that my boss was happy for my decision and finally accepted my resignation. He actually kept on asking many times before if I can revoke my decision. He even "offered" me something but I could only answer him a smile lol (hindi kasi sapat ang offer niya haha joke lang). But I never rued working in the company. I am so blessed with the opportunities they'd presented me. I am supposed to fly for Thailand last August but I declined. I guess many of you thinks that I am foolish eh? Well, I am haha. But seriously, I finally got tired. Hindi na masaya and no longer productive at work. Pinag-isipan ko nga ito ng matagal, consulted some people, minsan din bumyahe at nagpakalayo-layo mag-isa just to weigh things. And finally came up with this kind of decision--- to start anew. I know I'm burning bridges... and whatever repercussions I would have in the future, I am ready for it.
I know marami akong mamimis lalo na ang mga kaibigan sa trabaho. Pero kailangan ko lang gawin 'to. Wish me luck for my next career. Hope it would be nice and niche. :)
For now, I will leave you this video I made earlier today. Here you can see my favorite pictures I took in Japan in 2009. And hope you'll like my "Hey There Delilah" version too. Thanks! :).
* Shabu-Shabu- Japanese dish of thin slices of meat and vegetables cooked at table in a simmering pot of broth, then dipped into any of various sauces.