i think the timing was perfect.
the closure that is. finally, i got it. i have wanted it for the longest time. waiting for it was difficult and it left me crippled for months. i didn't want to move. to take action or to even think about it. i got depressed and was angry about everything. i thought that i do not deserve all these.
who said that the world owed me something? no one. but i got it all figured out after numerous conversations with people i value the most.
i should be crying now. i should be angry and bitter after formally receiving the letter that my application for u.k. registration as a nurse has been rejected. now that our finances have been depleted and our hopes crashed, what is there for us but to accept and move on, right?
well, i was expecting this for so long that it kinda made me numb about being on this situation. i was so scared before that when this day comes, i will still be affected by the sad news. now i am not.
there is some form of truth in that time can heal all wounds. it can heal in the sense that it forms a certain immunity to what has hurt you before. somehow, it creates a certain scar that is not capable of feelings particularly, pain.
i guess i have that now but more importantly, the timing could not be any better as mentioned before.
today, i got a text message informing me about a job offer from a medical center in manila. after six interviews in two weeks, they are offering me the position of a quality analyst. clearly, it is not really nursing work. i will not be handling patients but do i have a choice right now?
i like the possibility of being able to transfer to the nursing division after a year or two. the future is still unwritten as nam would like to teach me. i get inspiration and wisdom from him and rian.
i would like to wait for other opportunities. for a real nursing work. but i do not have that luxury anymore. so for days, i kept myself busy thinking about my decision.
i hope i don't fuck up this time. seriously.