If your walls could talk, what would they reveal about you and your life behind closed doors?
Life is draining in itself. Don’t let people drain you too. Who else besides yourself is going to unclog your ducts without draining more from you?
I remember one day working for Hooters I decided to give my hair some air. I used to wear wigs all the time. The manager called me into the office and asked me what was wrong with me? What was wrong with my hair? It was pressed but my hair is short. I didn’t understand what the issue was, I didn’t piss off any customers and work harder than anyone on my shift all the time. He told me I couldn’t come to work with my hair the way it was anymore. I was upset and explained to him, I got hired like this. He responded with, I wasn’t the one who hired you though.
Why do I have to spend my hard earned money for some hair that I already have? To fit into their standards of what looks good or safe. Thats why. Is that fair? You’re hair in a workplace shouldn’t matter if its natural or not, as long as its groomed.
And here I am, about to do yet another social experiment. I’m not wearing a wig and I’m about to attempt to get a job .. I wonder what will happen.
I used to look at quotes like, “A watched pot never boils” and leave the kitchen thinking if I stare at the pot it would never boil. I thought that way until I noticed some people actions and reactions differ depending on who is “watching” them .. I remind myself of this saying especially when I meet new people and let them come into my life. I proceed with caution yet give people the benefit of the doubt.
My point, I don’t really have one. Things take time to develop in this case, it was my mind and how I interpret things as big as quotes.
After all, my interpretation could still be wrong but I’m not still shallow enough to think it’s really about a cooking Pot.
I don’t know my alphabet backwards, I don’t desire to go that way.
– Kiata Royale