So there's this thing on Facebook, the social networking site, where you can set your status as often as you wish (most readers are now rolling their eyes at me, but I do know people who have never been on Facebook, so bear with me...)
Anyway, it says "Viktoria is..." and then you fill in the rest. Whatever you write will be seen by everyone who is your friend on Facebook - in fact, they get a little news alert about it as soon as you update your status.
Today, I was daring and erased the "is..." so I could write "Viktoria never wants to go back to work again."
My boss, of course - one of my 127 Facebook friends - got slightly alarmed.
"You can write whatever you'd like on Facebook, of course," he said as I got to the office. "I don't mind."
But his eyes and his body language told me he was upset. And then he also said "If you don't want to be here, you should just leave."
Claiming my attitude towards work is not the same since I got back from vacation, my boss then put me in a really bad mood before he left the office.
"I don't care!" I believe was one of the last things I told him before I stormed out of his office. "Nothing is going to make me change how I feel about this place!"
A few hours later, we were back to normal. My boss even gave me permission to "unfriend" him on Facebook for more "privacy" from work people, but I'm not so sure I will.
This is just how things are, I guess, when you live your life both in cyberspace and in the real world.