Yesterday was my last day of work, it was a sad knowing I was not going to be able to see those smiling faces that made me proud of what I do. Saying by to all those great people I’ve met throughout this program was emotional but it’s all those moment that we shared that truly matter. I consider myself fortunate to have had the privilege to meet all of my fellow cast members , supporting leaders and many unforgettable guest, that was truly magical.
I could only imagine how hard it must be for all the full time cast members and leaders to see many CPs come and go, it’s all very rapid and as soon as you start building a trust relationship it seems like time is up. I think many cast members try their best to keep their distance from CPs not because they despise us (or perhaps they do) but rather to avoid going through seeing a very good friend leave. It is not easy, in my case I looked up to many full time cast members because each one of them had a story for instance one of the new front desk cashiers had been transferred from driving a ferry boat for about ten years, he loved it. Unfortunately soon after he finished training they placed him for graveyard, he seems tired but always smiles and has a great spirit, I hope he can get a better schedule.
Yesterday I was able to spend some time with one of my leaders whom I deeply admire. She is a very hard working woman, she motivates you to do your best and when ever I was in doubt as soon as I approached her, she listened. Always taking everyone’s opinion into consideration, she always found ways to make guest and cast happy. It was a pleasure working with everyone, every smile had a different story and I am grateful to have them be part of my story.
Nonetheless, I am very proud to say I have successfully completed this program.