Life’s Little Worries

When things get worrisome, I’m the first to react. I worry a lot, you know. I even used to be a serious negative thinker. But my worries are never shallow. They have bases. They can happen. Oftentimes, though, my worries go away on their own. It’s either I have devised a plan to avert the problem or I have received God’s graces just when I needed them.

One of the things I worry about is my parents’s well-being. They’re growing older and older by the day. Soon, they’d get sick and would need substantial health care. I hope and pray when that time comes, I’d be capable of helping them. Like I could afford getting them adult diapers at disposablemedicalexpress.com and pay for their hospital bill. That’s why I’m saving up money to be able to get them reliable health insurance. The earlier I can do this, the better.

I also worry about my job. It’s not stable nor permanent. I know that one day I’d wake up and realize I’m jobless. I’m working on this by applying for a new job at this secret company. (I think I blogged about this job application several times already on this blog.) I also plan to pursue post graduate studies so I could be more competitive. The more interesting my curriculum vitae is, the better.

Okay, so I guess not all my worries are never shallow. Some of them are, actually. Haha. And I’d rather keep them to myself lest I lose your respect to me. *insert sheepish grin here*

Any worries you have at present?

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