I am writing to you because I want to tell you that things are much better with me and I want you to know that eventhough life gets a bit too difficult at times that they always get better if you just have faith that they will and you try to do something about it. On Monday, I received a phone call saying that I was referred and that they were interested in interviewing me. So, I agreed and asked basic questions. Later that night, I had trouble sleeping because I thought it was a prank. Got up at five and waited for seven to try to contact them just to confirm it wasn't a hoax. I got interviewed that same day and I thought it went smoothe. I was suppose to receive a call before 5pm telling me if I landed the job. I received a call at 5:15 at which point I just wanted to cry. They told me that they had been quite busy to check my references however, they assured me that I was amongst the top three applicants and that I would receive a call before five today, November 01st before five. I waited again, eyes glued to the phone, waiting for a ring, every noise the damn thing made I felt something rush from my stomach to my heart. I don't really understand why I am telling you this. But if I could bet it would be something around the lines: I don't want people who left me nice and lovely comments to think I am dead or in a terrible mental state and because someday I want to look back on this very journal and remember this phase or whatever you may call it of my life. I got the job. They called at 4:56. Can you believe it? I mean can you believe it I landed the job? I'll be a waiter at this very beautiful resort. I know waitering is not the dream job for many, including myself, but it brings in a lot of money if it's done right and this will help me save up for a camera. Yay! And to put the cherry on top of my day I have all these beautiful encouraging comments, notes, collaborations and a friend of mine drew a charicature of me that I asked for. I read The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky which explains the similar format!
I really loved the book and it became personal to me. It made me understand the things in life that are important.