Expect the expected unexpected
I used to work at a small sushi express place near my house. I was not happy with my job. The place was cramped, small, and disorganized. I wanted something more. I wanted to work in a real fancy and chic sushi restaurant where tips are good and it’s a better environment to work in. I also wanted desperately to become a bartender. I searched for bartending classes online nearly every night. Unfortunately the classes were overly expensive and they didn’t fit my full-time school schedule. I simply had to let it go.
Finally when summer came I was overjoyed that I could take a break from my job and leave for California for a month. When I came back, I started university and needed a job. There was no way I was going back to that place. I waited and waited without really doing anything. Then my best friend tells me she refused a job at a fancy sushi restaurant where they were desperately looking for a hostess. I went to give in my CV without any thought really. Nearly an hour later, the boss called me and wanted me to start working there as a hostess AND a bartender… and it was a really nice restaurant; chic, fancy, everything. It’s not until I started working there – after a couple of weeks – that I got chills by realizing that my “dream” had actually come true without me even knowing it or even barely trying. It’s really quite amazing how the universe just plays around so perfectly, so that everything just fits around you.