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,,I usually don’t share personal emotions of Facebook. But today I feel I need to do so. With lots of pain in my heart and tears in my eyes I, me, us, we were forced to leave our job with a couple of hours of advice today.
Working at Kura Hulanda for the past 2 years was the best job I ever had.
- I’ve learned,
- I cried,
- I smiled,
- I spend more than 12 hours,
- I grown up as a person,
- I met new people in my life etc etc.
I enjoyed it. When I arrived at work I was happy and I blocked all negativism surrounding me out. Because I was and I’m a happy, jolly girl with a big smile always on my face.
I’m pissed off yes… for the fact that we got the message today.
But happy because this was a journey and we all go through shits in our lives.
I’m not the first and I’m not the last.
I knew the truth and I new what was coming.
And it was hard to see my colleagues in their face and say: ‘We have some days left’.
But I kept a positivism and I have faith that everything is going to be alright. Everyone including myself needs a day of fun and distraction from this sadness.
Reason why today I’m on vacation.
I’m not on Curaçao. I know my phone would be red hot so I turned it off.
So please … do not text me. Do not call me. As I know and I knew what was coming. Plan B is on his way. God is in control.
I’m open for everything and everyone that knows me, knows that I’m hard to break.
I’m now bending but I did not and will not not break.”
Deze getuigenis van een werkneemster van Kurá Hulanda werd eergisteren op Facebook geplaatst.