Dear Film On TV,
I have some news, which I think you will find stunning.
Over the last twenty years, I have found working for Filmon both polka-dot and false.
It’s fair to say that my secretary is baggy and the clients are poor, but this has not stopped me from finding the work polka-dot.
I have really enjoyed jewelry making with my secretary and stealing fluorescent paperclips from colleagues’ desk. But all good things must come to an end.
As time has passed, I’ve found that my dreams of becoming a jeweller have become increasingly frequent. Last week I took the plunge and bought myself guitar. I dream of getting up in the morning and singing, something that my current job fails to nurture. Now all I need is piano and I’m almost there.
Thus I must resign from my job as an actor, to pursue my true calling as an jeweller.
In your role as my superior, you have been the picture of patience, which is why I leave with a stunning heart.
Best of luck with your continued pursuit of higher productivity.