Kanina, nag-message sa akin yung isa kong kakilalang boss. Sabi nya, gawa daw ako ng message tungkol sa nagsara naming account. Kahit ano lang daw. Natawa lang ako nung una. Akala ko kasi joke lang pero seryoso pala siya. So ito yung pinadala ko sa kanya:
“It has been 5 days since the account closed but I can swear my body still remembers the routine of waking up early. I still catch myself smiling whenever I see a bus plying to Makati since that means I’ll be arriving right on time. Yes, I am still in denial that the campaign has already ended.
I started working with Lyft 5 months ago. I remember promising that I won’t get too close with anyone since I plan to resign after a few months. Life, however, had other plans. I was able to work with the most amazing people I’ve ever encountered. Everyone has been a family to me. To say the least, OAM has been my second home.
Change though has been a permanent thing for BPOs. Accounts end, people come and go. One thing has always been clear to me: that the path only leads forward. These days, I busy myself looking for another job. Also, I try to keep myself busy with biking and photography so that I don’t feel that sad. But whenever it gets quiet, I look at the sky and I am reminded that we may be separated by distance but we are all under the same sky. Then, I break into a smile.”
Walang bahid ng BS. Yan talaga ang nararamdaman ko ngayon. Feeling ko, isa akong batang naagawan ng lollipop. Ngangawa ako, iiyak, malulungkot pero dadating yung moment na matatanggap ko na ubos na yung lollipop. Wala e. Ganun talaga sa call center. Haaaaay.