My job is often very boring, but my husband reminded me that it also offers very unique experiences. I'm kind of immune to the import now, but he pointed out that it IS a big deal.
See, imagine you worked at the White House in some boring, menial capacity. Like a
Now imagine instead of the White House, you're Catholic and working in the Vatican. I don't expect that the Holy See really roams the halls, but stick with me. The Pope doesn't work with you, but you see him all the time, just being in your "office building." You see where I'm going with this? I work at the headquarters for my church, and not a week goes by without me seeing someone of ecclesiastical significance. After three years, it doesn't really phase me. I'm more interested in which coworker is driving the golf cart than what general authority they're transporting. But for pretty much everyone else in my life, it's significant. It's an experience they'll never have. And just because I think my life is unexciting, doesn't mean that's true. I just have to look at it from someone else's perspective to find the excitement.