Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
My April fool’s prank did not go as anticipated. Several days ago, I asked my future supervisor what I should wear on my first day. I found the most ridiculous things I could mismatch and had to frown hard so as not to laugh.
I was actually surprised at the response.
April Fool’s prank was foiled with practical supervisory sensibilities. Oh well, there is always next year.
The moment of truth came and I woke up bright and early for my new job assignment. I went to wash my face to find that it was me who was the April Fool.
That freaky faucet startled me a little, and I found little sets of eyes on the shampoo, mirror, light switches, everything. My children were asleep all night I am sure, so who knows where they came from. I am positive they would NEVER prank anyone.
The perk of it all was and it may have influenced my clothing choices for the better.
After getting ready, I had a few moments to drink some coffee and checked my phone. How was I to know Glassdoor would offer me the opportunity of a lifetime?
I may have to reconsider this new role for prosperous persuits post haste. I may even learn a little about cooking there.
It is tough. When I committed to work for my new boss, I gave my word.
Agggh, the struggle is real, folks. Wendy or the new job assignment?
All joking aside, my first day was incredible and I learned a LOT. I am very pleased with my current situation and if there was any validity to my frown, it is gone.
While there are comparisons and many aspects of this job I have done elsewhere, I have so much more to learn. Most everyone in the industry says it will take six months to a year to get this down.
I am driven to master my job….yesterday.
However, those that know my nature are telling me to relax. When I get focused on a task, I don’t want to.
Even Clean Memes knew to give me sound advice before my first day.