Moving on...

Handing this over to my boss is definitely one of the hardest thing i could have ever done. After months of consideration, prayers, advices and more prayers by God's guidance, He have finally given me the strength and courage to give this to my employer who have well taken care of me for the past 3 years. I know it's only been 3 years for me in the quarry but handing this simple letter over to him was really hard because this whole quarry business have somewhat been in my family's history for the past 20 years? All i remember is when growing up, there's always stones and rocks involved somehow. I don't know what's so interesting about them but dad sure knows his rocks and stones very well.

Honestly, part of me feel really really really horrible for doing what i've done and that i've somewhat let my dad down. But then again, will i be able to to go on doing what i've done another next 5 years? 10 years? I probably can but will i be happy? No. Will i be able to come out with another 103948235 reasons or explanations why certain machineries breakdown when in the first place, those machines have been there like since forever? No. Will i be able to feel comfortable calling certain people by their first name whom i've been so used to calling uncle / aunty while growing up? No.

The fact of the matter is this was my dad's dad's career.

This was my dad's history.

I'm Ronald. I'll need to leave my own legacy too eventually. I've done what i've could for the past 3 years and i guess it's time for me to move on...

In Him


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