the relationship between compass and home1. people are always poised to leave you.More Like This
i don’t know when you’ll realize that,
but after you do, it’s over.
you can’t hit snooze, you can’t forget it.
love lasts longer than
there’s nothing to stop it either.
there’s no joke you could have
told, no times you could have held your tongue.
it’s probably not your fault.
no one can keep people, no one can make them stay.
it’s in our natures to fidget,
to flinch, to crave freedom, to long for the horizon.
it is us that leaves. our temporariness is
our own humanness.
2. she has cuts on her arms and they are faded.
i wonder how exactly they got there. i wonder why
they got there—the series of events
that led to what always seems like
a fucking forgone conclusion.
i wonder where i was at those eight moments.
i wonder what i was doing,
how i was feeling. i wonder when I got so distant
that a phone call or a voice message or a
goddamn text was too little to bridge the gap.
Closing a chapter of my lifeAfter a long emotional weekend at work, I have decided to give Macy's my two week notice today. August 3rd will be my last day. I should have given them my two week notice a long time ago. I am very thankful for them being the first part-time job to ever hire me, but I need to say good-bye. I will miss my co-workers who are some of the greatest people and some of my regular customers, but I will not miss the verbal abuse I received on a daily basis from the customers, I will not miss dealing with thieves on a daily basis and have to accept the items they stole (return policies are the worse), and I will not miss seeing a constant mess throughout the store.More Like This
Like I said, this weekend had been a very emotional one at work, one that almost made me break down and cry. A lot of people tell me that is retail or that's customer service in general. I'm going to tell you this, no job should ever make you feel like you are nothing. No one who shops at a r