Another Person’s Thoughts (colleague)

by Lindsay Brown

People can’t find out that I don’t know what I’m doing. I’m worried that things are coming to a head though. I’m not achieving anything, and I know others are beginning to notice. It’s too late now to ask for help. I should’ve asked at the beginning, things are too far gone now. I can’t concentrate on anything. I don’t know what to prioritise. I’m embarrassed and I’ve made people angry. People aren’t getting the appropriate credit for their work. I’m passing it off as my own, hoping they won’t find out, and hoping that if they do find out, they won’t challenge me because I’m the boss. I’m wasting time. It’s not my fault though.

One comment

  1. The story needs to continue. What is the reason for the narrator’ss anxiety? Will the ‘tructh’ emerge? The reader’s curiosity needs to be satisfied.

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