My second entry in Missing Letter Mondays is a (second) apology (thanks yellow and orange browser to take the time to crash a third time, these ghostly movements in my typing, in addition to having “insert” activated on my phone), because I am experiencing guilt and cannot sleep at 1am.
I am very sorry that I recounted an event that made you look bad and embarrassed with everyone there, especially the boss. Because I believe in giving credit where credit is due, I neglected to remember who my audience was. I intended to make you look good, however the opposite resulted, and I am very sorry.
In my opinion, it was a huge step that you used a bad word with a customer present, then substituted it with an appropriate one immediately, since you say bad words all the time (seriously readers, he does). Because I know your normal speech has an abundant amount of bad words, I understand the bad word just came out – normally. One alternative was to leave the scene without a substitute, which is worse in my opinion. Think back when you were in school and didn’t pass a class you didn’t need in order to graduate. You take it again and pass it because the people looking at your transcript will recognize that you didn’t give up, knew you could do better, and saw you prove it. Despite what happened, I am still proud that you did that.
I understand that I lost your trust because I recounted this event, so these are the things that I will do to earn back.your trust (I hope that it’s prior to me returning to school):
– I will only talk to get more info., get assistance, and to answer appropriate and relevant questions
– I will not engage in laughter, joy, and excitement at work
Again, I’m very sorry Noah.
P.S. Smart guys are sexy.