Though I had no legs, I was gifted with a glorious morning today.
Nearly every day this week has been tough going in the pre-dawn hours.
Wind was the main scourge, and there were a couple of days when I had to take irregular routes because the wind was so strong that riding through it threatened to leave me too tired to work.
It proved to be a wise decision.
Cold, which is only natural at this time of the year, and errands, which were extremely frustrating and ultimately fruitless, were other factors that ate into my riding.
Anxiety and nerves have had an impact on life, too, and these have not been helped by an abusive, vindictive boss.
Still, today was a great start, with the sun rising to bless me with some beautiful views.
The mornings are noticeably lighter, which helps lighten my heart.
Still, I’m a little worried. Today I must interview a potential co-worker. My role is uncertain and conducting the interview together with the abusive boss leaves me questioning myself.
The applicant is an outstanding candidate and everything sought for by the abusive boss who has been impossible to satisfy.
Yet, everyone who has worked with the boss has had trouble. I feel conflicted at needing to convince the candidate to work with us, knowing that they may be made to struggle hereon.
Here’s hoping I get some quick wisdom.