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PLEASE? :(
commitcrimedotcom:

Commit Crime
LOVING IT!:))

LOVING IT!:))

When someone hurts me:

In front of people:

By myself:

TRYIN’ TO GIVE TUMBLR A CHANCE! :>

HAHAHAHA =)))))))

HAHAHAHA =)))))))

conflictingheart:

When I was young, I thought that money was the most important thing in life; now that I am old, I know it is.    ~ Oscar Wilde

conflictingheart:

When I was young, I thought that money was the most important thing in life; now that I am old, I know it is.  ~ Oscar Wilde

do you really think you can pull through your term as finance officer without wanting to step down halfway?

The question isn’t really about wanting to step down or quit halfway. It’s whether I would be able and willing to follow through.

If you know me, you’d know I’m not a quitter. I’m not one to start something and leave it unfinished. No matter how hard and tiring, I always make sure to it that I would finish whatever I do. And I’m also not for half-baked projects either. When I do something, I give my all because I wouldn’t take anything I know I could not handle. I’m not stupid.

I went into this aware of the tasks expected of a Finance Officer. YES, IT WOULD BE TOXIC. AND YES, IT WOULD TIRE ME LIKE HELL AT TIMES. But I took the chance and ran knowing these, without the blindfold and fully aware of the demands this job would require of me. I don’t have to prove myself to you here, because I believe that words are just words, it can be rendered meaningless. But I do want to say this. IF ELECTED, I WOULD NEVER WANT TO STEP DOWN AND JUST GIVE UP. I AM NOT THAT PERSON. Hopefully, you get to see that:)