When people aren’t doing their job, I’d like to say, “Do your job,” but I have trouble saying that.
For example, last Sunday I was standing at a supermarket counter waiting to order some prepared food and nobody offered to help me for quite a while, even though they definitely saw me standing there. Instead of speaking up, I got annoyed.
I shall do my job, now, and try to figure out why it’s difficult to say, “Do your job.”
Maybe I think it’s not my place to say, “Do your job.” Maybe I believe people should know what their job is without my having to tell them. Maybe I feel more comfortable being annoyed than annoying others.
Did I do my job there?
When I’ve been trying to do my job, lately, I’ve been dealing with Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). Rather than asking doctors to do their job and make that go away, I did their job for them yesterday by using this helpful YouTube video by Dr. Carol Foster.
Dr. Foster knows her job (as she says in the beginning of that video) and she does a great job there.
My job as a blogger includes sharing (1) useful information and (2) my recent photos.
I hope I’m doing a fair job here.
I hesitate to ask you to do your job and leave a comment, but I hope you do.
Thanks to all who help me do my blogging job every morning and to you — of course! — for all you do.