|Compliance with my Acupuncturist, Part III
||[Jun. 19th, 2009|01:36 pm]
|||||M.I.A. - Paper Planes||]|
Yesterday I had a four hour shift and no clients. People seem to like me as a person and like the massages I give though because numerous people I've worked on were pleasant enough to say hi to me, ask for me to work on them, and some alluded to wanting to book me again. One lady said I was very sweet and that if she didn't get a massage from me she'd recommend me to someone else. Another woman said she'd book soon. I worked on her previously - both on a chair and a table, so I'm happy that she wanted another chair massage and wants me to work on her again in the spa. Not to be pessimistic, but we'll see what happens as people always say that they'll book but they don't. Despite not having any bookings and being really bored at times, I guess yesterday wasn't bad from what I was able to do.
Outside of my professional life, my social life has been non-existant. That's not surprising considering that the only day off I had was Tuesday and I had worked more than a week straight. Not that I'm complaining about working so much. I'm just laying the fact down that I have been unable to hang with people due to my work schedule. What I do have a problem with is finding out through looking through Facebook profiles that one of my classmates was invited to a birthday party of another classmate. Upon further perusal, I find that other classmates were invited. Perhaps I wasn't invited because, for whatever reason, I'm not friends with the birthday boy on Facebook, but I sent my usual birthday regards to people I consider a friend and I got a nice reply back, but it contained no invitation. This makes me feel socially rejected. I loved massage school, but I did feel socially unwanted and awkward at times and this just brings up those feelings again. I feel so uncool.