Look at my journal for the background. I understood that my on-site supervisor would send my hours to my temporary employment agency so that Id be paid Friday. I felt so burned and cheated when this did not happen. It messed up all of my weekend plans. Finding out that he had left early on Friday further angered me. I left an angry voicemail for him that I now regret. I never planned to work for him again anyway. Also, I dont plan to make a career out of what I did for him. I only worked for him for a day for some spare change and I do not need him as an employment reference. As far as my future is concerned, it would be as if he never existed. Yet, I feel so embarrassed by what I said. I think that the right thing for me to do would be to apologize to him. Yet, if I apologize to him would it be for the sake of my own ego. Im nervous, and torn. Please give me your opinion. Should I let it go, forget about it and move on, or should I call or (better yet) drop by in person and say that my bitter call was uncalled for and apologize?
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