|To Go or Not To Go
||[Aug. 29th, 2007|12:09 am]
So, I'm resigning from the TENI committee. Given that there's a meeting coming up, I'm going to resign around then.
Now. I was always intending to do this. Basically, I am going back to college and I don't want the distractions. However, I've also had an issue with the committee which got blown out of all proportion, along with some other crap. It makes me all the more eager to resign and not to do anything in terms of ameliorating the situation, like staying on part-time or any such things.
My big question is, do I want to go to the meeting or not? Any time I go, it's never simple. There's always bad blood, and certain personalities overrule everything else... so on that level I don't want to go, along with the fact that if I'm going to be resigning anyway, why do I need to deal with the current/ongoing issues? Also, I may be tempted to shout at, or hit, the overruling personality if they happen to get personal with me.
An equal part of me is saying that it's bad form not to turn up for my resignation. That's it, that's the only reason I can think of going. That, and it would seem like sour grapes, given the recent incident. While it's not bad grapes, and while I wish them the best of luck, I'm still not sure I want to put up with a 3 hour long bitchfest.
So, those of you with a Strong Ethic and/or Code for such matters, what be yer 2c?