Monday, 22 August 2011

A house...

I rent a double storey house here...

The 3 of us came to live under one roof. One is an officemate of mine from KL while the other, i got to know him by accident as he was also looking for a house to rent. Both of them are not really in the picture when i chose the house. Best to say, they seemed to rely on me to find a house. I don't mind, really. It meant i got to chose a house i really like rather than just decide democraticly.

Yup, our humble rental house.
I went for house hunt twice before reporting for duty with fellow friends. We did try to search through the net. Managed to get some info. At last we just went from place to place, taking a look whether there was any 'house for rent' signs. Desperate to get a house, we went door to door. Asking the neighbours whether the house next door was empty.

my room...
We stumbled upon the house quite last minute. Another group of transfers found a house in the same row as ours. They told me about the house. Originally, the owner wanted to sale the house. Somehow, i managed to rent it from her. The owner lived in another state. She owned few houses on that row. The house was empty. the rooms has basic book/ clothing rack. It is ingenious and creative that way. I don't need a wardrobe and i can stack nything on the rack.

I've never rented a house before. I've been living with my parents. We live on our own home. Plus it is easy to go to my previous workplace. There was no need to live by my own. Because of that, i've decided that from day one, my rental house must have basics. My room must have a bed, a vanity and a rack to hang my clothes. The house must have a fridge, a TV and a washing machine. The stove isn't a must as i could always eat out, a sofa for the living room is not really needed as i could just sit on the floor. My friends says that you go small than add more thing to the house as time goes by.

Nope. That's not the way i roll. I don't want to spent my first nite by sleeping on the floor. From the get go, everything must be there. So my first nite in the house was really smooth. Got a soft bed to sleep well in it...he..he..Then, my housemate brings the stove, the sofa and other things. I add astro and next would be streamyx. Now, the house is complete but we don't have a dining table just yet. Need to think further on that. But it was homey which is important to me so that i would feel okay working in the new place.

That's on my rental home. My housemate is good and we got along well. Thank God...

Sunday, 21 August 2011


Really, wild boar...

A family of wild boar.
Guess where did i took this picture?
I have heard about the co-existance of wild boars among the housing estate in my area. Never thought they were so big. All the upside down trash can and the rubbish that seems to the work of dogs are actually the result of the boar's mischief.  

And today, early this evening i saw it all. I saw how a family of boars picknicking in a non-sealed trash can. throwing the rubbish everywhere. Making the place like their own restaurant. As evidenced above, this is a family of boars. The father and mother with their young. 3....4 little piglets? The parents are teaching their younglings about the best food in town...he..he...

As i caught this picture in front of my house, i just couldn't believe these boars seems had no hint of fear againts the humans. Wish i had a gun and shot them all...(how mean am i?)

P/s : The piglets seems cute with streaks of brownish fur...heh!


Corporate Social Responsibility...

I've been involved in my company's CSR activities since my first year working. The decision was influenced by my chindian friend. He brought me to the program at this particular school just to gain my interest. Since then i've been hooked to the program.

It wasn't that difficult to convince me to stay on with the activities. Ever since i was at school, i always like to be involved in extra curricular activities... club, societies, organising committies and so on. You can say that i am one of those students who like a bit of power and attention.

Listing down all the things i do at school you'll get the picture. At my secondary school, i was the school's prefect, the head librarian, the hostel's prefect, the english room committee, club treasurer, committees of several programs and etc. Actually i wasn't that popular and i wasn't trying to be popular. Just that i was trusted and given all those positions by my teachers and peers. Am i a teacher's pet? No...a BIG NO...

At U, i'd joined a club under the counselling department. In the club, i learn about how to be a facilitator. It's a step by step program from being an ordinary an co-faci then to a full fledged faci. I'd also been elected as the head faci for the club. We had organised lots of motivational programs outside the U and also been invited to held programs in schools and communities. I gained lot of experiences with the club. How to deal with different people with different mannerism. How to control situation from escalating. How to hold and coordinate programs. How to deal with authorities. It really helps me in my degree. To those uninitiated, i got a degree in psychology.

I learn about mentoring in another club at U. In this club, i learn something new. I learn about the importance of guidance in our life. Learning about how we could be significant in other people's life even when we don't really realise it. I learn how to be a role model. Learn to be optimistic in life. Learning to take something as it is, trying not to judge that much. Learning to take life positively. I was active in both clubs. So much that every weekends, there would be some kind of activity for me.  I'd juggled the activities between the clubs so that there would not clashed. I learn to schedule my time.
These 2 clubs are not the only curricular activities i joined. There are othe societies also. The Psychology Students Society among others. All this doesn't mean that i don't have social life. I do enjoy outings with my friends.

Anyways, this posting is about CSR. So, as i said it wasn't difficult to gain my interest. Since i started to work, i've been loooking for something to fill my weekends. I don't really like to stay in my room or to be a couch potato at weekends. I also don't want to just go to the movies or karaoke'ing each weekend. Thus, the CSR program became my extra curricular thing. From just coming to the program, i became a fici and quickly became a head faci. My kids are facing UPSR this year. I've been with them since they're in year 4. I am nervous. I hope they do well eventhough academic achievement is not the aim of the CSR program.

This CSR program is not just filling my weekends. I love my kids. i really think they had learn a thing or 2 with the program. I really enjoy the time i spent with them no matter how exhausting it may be...

P/s : Good luck in UPSR, do your best! 

Kita minum dulu...

Di dalam sebuah kelas falsafah, seorang profesor berdiri di hadapan dewan kuliah, meja di hadapannya terdapat beberapa barangan. Tanpa sepatah perkataan, kelas bermula dengan beliau mengambil sebuah balang mayonis yang besar dan mengisinya dengan bola golf.

Dia kemudian bertanya kepada para pelajarnya, adakah balang tersebut penuh, dan pelajarnya menjawab "Ya!". Profesor kemudian mengambil sekotak batu kerikil halus dan menuangkannya ke dalam balang yang telah dipenuhi bola golf tadi, lantas menggoncang balang tersebut dengan lembut.
Bebatu kerikil mengisi ruangan kosong di antara bola-bola golf. Sekali lagi dia bertanya akan pelajarnya sama ada balang tersebut telah penuh, pelajarnya lantas menjawab "Ya..."

Tanpa menjelaskan apa-apa kepada pelajarnya, profesor tersebut lantas mengambil pula sebuah kotak yang berisi pasir dan menuangkannya ke dalam balang tersebut. Pasir yang dituang mengisi ruangan di antara batu kelikir dan bola golf. Seperti tadi dia bertanya lagi kepada para pelajarnya sama ada balang tersebut telah penuh. Dalam keadaan yang penuh persoalan, rata-rata pelajarnya menjawab "Ya.."

Sejurus selepas itu, profesor itu kemudiannya mengeluarkan dua cawan kopi  dari bawah mejanya dan menuangkan kedua-duanya ke dalam balang yang telah sedia ada diisi batu golf, batu kerikil dan pasir tersebut. Air kopi mengisi ruangan yang terdapat di antara pasir. Para pelajar mula ketawa dan tersenyum meihat tindakan profesor tersebut.

"Sekarang..." profesor mula bersuara apabila riuh rendah dan gelak ketawa pelajarnya berkurangan. "Saya mahu anda semua menganggap balang ini sebagai kehidupan anda...Bola-bola golf mewakili perkara penting - Tuhan, keluarga anda, anak-anak, kesihatan anda, kawan-kawan dan semangat anda - Jika anda kehilangan segalanya dan hanya perkara penting ini yang masih anda ada, hidup anda masih penuh. Batu kerikil halus ini pula mewakili perkara-perkara lain seperti kerja anda, rumah atau kereta anda, manakala pasir pula mewakili perkara-perkara lain, yakni perkara-perkara kecil."

"Jika anda memasukkan pasir ke dalam balang dahulu...anda tidak akan mempunyai ruang untuk batu kerikil dan bola golf. Ini sama juga seperti kehidupan anda. Jika anda menghabiskan masa dan tenaga untuk  perkara-perkara kecil, anda tidak akan mempunyai ruang untuk perkara yang sebenarnya lebih penting untuk diri anda." 

"Ambil perhatian untuk perkara yang kritikal untuk kebahagiaan anda.Luangkan masa gembira untuk anak-anak. Sentiasa melakukan pemeriksaan kesihatan, bawa pasangan anda untuk makan malam, yang pasti, anda akan masih ada masa untuk membersihkan rumah atau urusan lain. Sila ambil berat akan bola golf dahulu - iaitu perkara yang benar-benar penting. Tetapkan keutamaan. Perkara lain cumalah pasir..."

Salah seorang pelajarnya mengangkat tangan dan bertanya apakah pula yang diwakili oleh air kopi. Profesor tersebut tersenyum. "Saya gembira ada yang bertanya. Ianya  menunjukkan bahawa tidak kira bagaimana penuh pun kehidupan anda, akan sentiasa ada ruang untuk secawan dua kopi bersama rakan-rakan..."

P/s : Renungan untuk semua. Apabila kehidupan kita seakan terlalu penuh dan tampak sukar untuk diuruskan, apabila 24 jam sehari seperti tidak mencukupi, ingatlah kisah 2 cawan kopi ini...

Thursday, 18 August 2011

How to be productive at work...

Getting started
Start with understanding and doing your assigned task. Remember, taking the first step is always difficult, but if you do not take that one step you can never achieve your goals. Don't get worried with the task assigned, if it is new to you.   Ask required questions to better understand assigned task. Once you get started, everything will come in easy.

Stay Healthy
Bad health can also be a possible reason for being unproductive. Before you go to work; take your breakfast, rest well and research about your duties.

Make an appointment with yourself
Give yourself at least 30 minutes during the day. This will enable you to concentrate and focus your attention on the matters at hand. Give yourself time to think and concentrate as you tackle your job and projects. These uninterrupted 30 minutes will give fruitful results in the long run.

Utilize your prime time
We all have a specific time of the day when we have lots of vigor and zest and a greater ability to think and concentrate. Work out when you have your high energy levels and tackle your most important work at that time. Try to arrange meetings, appointments and other activities at another time of the day.

Avoid unplanned meetings
Spontaneous meetings are real interrupters as well as huge time-wasters and productivity destroyers. They break your concentration, disturb your thought process while undermine your momentum. The next time someone comes into your office or sits by your desk and start making him/herself comfortable, say that you are in the middle of an important project. Then ask if you could get together at a mutually convenient time later in the day or week. This is called a polite excuse.

Schedule your meetings with staff and colleagues
In most offices, time is wasted when people get up from their desks to ask their colleagues a question. Fix a specific time to meet colleagues for queries. Best is the time slot which does not fall in the peak hours of work.

Take breaks
It is a fact that taking breaks periodically during the day relax your body and nerves and refreshes you for the tasks ahead. Ensure that you take small breaks all day. It could be a walk to the water cooler from your office/room or a visit to the photocopy machine/fax/ printer.

Planning required
Establish a routine of listing your daily and weekly tasks. This will allow you to have your most productive week all the time. Start your day an extra 15 minutes early to do this planning every day. Write down the top 3 important things you must do that day. Plan your upcoming week on Sunday evening.

Drop unimportant tasks
Delete the non-essential items from your to-do list. The best way to do this is to prioritize and complete your most important things first.

Enjoy your time at work
Being productive and competitive in official business doesn't mean that you have to be serious all the time. Smiling doesn't mean you're not working hard. Be enthusiastic as well as competitive. Stay positive, that way you can face and win challenges better.

Be a Team Player
Don't be afraid to collaborate with others. Don't wait for your boss to tell you what to do.

Learn from criticism
Be a sport and never immediately reject critiques from others, even if you do not like or respect them. Sometimes people you do not like may be giving you more honest feedback than you can get from others.

Adapting is in the nature of living beings. Those who do not adapt, become extinct.

Upgrade your learning
Always be on the lookout for opportunities to learn and improve your skills. Look for good seminars and training.

p/s: Lots of tips here, some i just can't do yet. It takes time...


I try not to complain...

It has been a whirlwind since my transfer here. We were reminded that our learning curve would be steep. We need to learn the work fast and do it efficiently in a short amount of time. It's like learning to swim when you don't know how to float.
Well, the seniors are helping but at times i felt embarrased to ask for their advice as i felt that i asked questions too often. I'm sure after a while, they too felt fed-up when often than not i would stop them in the middle of the own work to query about something.

With users starting to call requesting me to speed up the process, i do felt overwhelmed. I tried to play it down by saying nothing much and wearing a brave face. Deep inside, i was worried that i might messed up. Me messing up would really affect the daily operations of the oil and gas subsidiaries.

I have to be courageous to face all the demands of my work. I need to make myself efficient in order to excel in doing my job. I must be organised to juggle all the things i need to do.

Oh God, please help me by giving me strength to do this job...

Note :  I didn't even have the time to take out my things from the boxes and arrange them at my cubicle. Need to side time for it!

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Your Song...

It's a little bit funny this feeling inside
I'm not one of those who can easily hide
I don't have much money but boy if I did
I'd buy a big house where we both could live

If I was a sculptor, but then again, no
Or a man who makes potions in a travelling show
I know it's not much but it's the best I can do
My gift is my song and this one's for you

And you can tell everybody this is your song
It may be quite simple but now that it's done
I hope you don't mind
I hope you don't mind that I put down in words
How wonderful life is while you're in the world

I sat on the roof and kicked off the moss
Well a few of the verses well they've got me quite cross
But the sun's been quite kind while I wrote this song
It's for people like you that keep it turned on

So excuse me forgetting but these things I do
You see I've forgotten if they're green or they're blue
Anyway the thing is what I really mean
Yours are the sweetest eyes I've ever seen

And you can tell everybody this is your song
It may be quite simple but now that it's done
I hope you don't mind
I hope you don't mind that I put down in words
How wonderful life is while you're in the world

- Elton John

p/s : This song was one of the song i loved in Moulin Rouge cover version by Ewan McGreagor. With all the theatrical elements plus the opera parts in the movie. It seems fit!

Monday, 15 August 2011

Planet of the Apes

Watch a movie last week...

About a man and his chimp. The chimp grows older and bigger. The chimp became intelligent. But shit happens. The chimp end up in a lousy sanctuary. The chimp then became a leader and led all the monkeys to revolt. In the end, it is monkeys versus man. And man is so stupid to let the monkeys win. Is there logic to the story? Obviously not. Anyways, it is a fiction. Anything goes.

Well, there is some moments in the movie that shows the humanity side of the relationship between man and ape. Apes is animals after all. Whatever attachments, betrayal they'll be felt to the extreme. They can't reason, they can't think rationally. The reality of man's relationship with animals was really potrayed here.

So, was it a good movie? So-so... 

A tease...

People say you'll get married soon when you are transferred there...

Really ah? It had only been 2 weeks. The theory had yet to be tested or witnessed by yours truly. But the teasing had begun. I am single. Not searching for anyone just yet. Financially, not yet stable. Money got thrown everywhere. Just learning to save. Unlike my friends, i haven't bought any property, cars or anything except for my laptop and a couple of household stuff..he..he...

My friends teased me a few times here. Today, right after we break our fast at Burger King, they teased me again. I was redfaced. Matching me with some other young new executives here. Emphasis on the young,ok? I am getting older. Going 30 next year. I am old and still had no one! I believe in fate. I believe God had a plan for me. But yet people say you have to search for your soulmate. Might be true, but i am not searching right now. My sisters need to get married first. Then i'll search for one.

But really...

Sunday, 14 August 2011



Why is it so difficult to surf the web outside office? As i wrote earlier, connectivity is such a chore here. I am now at McD, one of those places offering wifi hotspot. Earlier, i was at Starbucks. Yes, we have that coffee chain here, at Mesra Mall.

Mesra Mall? It is the only place that kept life bearable for those youngsters who transferred from the city. Thankfully it got all the basics like a cinema, a karaoke place, a bowling alley, family game centre, futsal court, Starbucks, Burger King, Secret Recipe, Rotiboy, Guardian, Famous Amos, big Apple and some other chain store. A simple, single storey mall. Somehow keeping us KL people sane. Thank you certain oil and gas company!!! heh... 

Since i came here, i would always go to Mesra Mall to buy stuff. (Though the stuff can be bought at any sundry shop near my area!). Twice, i break the fast with my fellow friends. Once, went to watch Planet of the Apes on a Wednesday. So many times went to TMC (a sub-chain of Giant Hyperstore), to buy household thingy. Really, it is much fun and convenient to go here. Need not to go anywhere else.

About connectivity... for the time being, going online have to be from the office or these hotspots. I have yet to call TM to get streamyx at the house. Usually, i'll hang around at McD to give updates, surfing and chat. It is easier at McD. I haven't tried at Mesra Mall. The signal is stronger at this fast food chain. And you don't necessarily have to buy anything to log in the internet.

I think for this month, i'll be around the hotspots...

Lelaki seperti aku...

Memang tak ada lelaki seperti aku
Tapi yang lebih baik banyak
Memang tak ada lelaki sehebat aku
Tapi yang lebih hebat banyak

Maka tak perlu kau susah hati
Banyak lelaki yang bisa kau pilih
Untuk kau jadikan sandaran hati

Memang tak ada lelaki seseksi aku
Tapi yang lebih seksi banyak
Memang tak ada lelaki setampan aku
Tapi yang lebih tampan banyak

Maka tak perlu sedu sedan itu
Jangan sampai kau rendahkan dirimu
Memaksa aku tuk’ jadi pacarmu

Oo baby baby
Jangan kau marah sebab ku tolak
Ku tahu kamu cantik
Ku percaya kau baik
Ku yakin pasti ada
Lelaki yang tertarik

Oo baby
Jangan kau dendam sebab ku enggan
Bercinta aku mahu
Tapi tidak denganmu
Ku sudah ada satu
Kekasih yang menunggu

Ceritanya aku sedang belajar setia
Maka dari itu kamu terus jangan memaksa
Kerna aku memang tak suka mendua
Oo baby baby
Jangan kau marah sebab ku tolak
Ku tahu kamu cantik
Ku percaya kau baik
Ku yakin pasti ada
Lelaki yang tertarik

Oo baby
Jangan kau dendam sebab ku enggan
Bercinta aku mahu
Tapi tidak denganmu
Ku sudah ada satu
Kekasih yang menunggu
Oo baby baby
Jangan kau marah sebab ku tolak
Ku tahu kamu cantik
Ku percaya kau baik
Ku yakin pasti ada
Lelaki yang tertarik

Oo baby
Jangan kau dendam sebab ku enggan
Bercinta aku mahu
Tapi tidak denganmu
Ku sudah ada satu
Kekasih yang menunggu

Memang tak ada lelaki seperti aku
Tapi yang lebih baik banyak...

p/s : Wow, jejaka rebutan? Me?

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Missing someone...

I missed someone...

A deskjob it is...

Week 2 on the job...

Is it a boring job? Not really. Is it so interesting? Not really also.

By definition, it is a deskjob. You are pushing papers to get approval. Everyday.

Calling vendors to make sure they get the orders. Every other day.

Users calling you making sure you pushed the papers and call the vendors. 24 hours? It might as well be!

P/s : Someone told me that whether the work interesting or not, it's entirely up to you. You are the one who can make it exciting, interesting. If you look forward for the job, the job will not bore you. If you wake up and thinking, it'll be a boring day...for sure it'll be full of boredom.

P/s 2 : Finding the motivation is not easy. You need to push yourselves. You need to know what makes you excited. You need to make your day wonderful. Noone would make it wonderful for you.

P/s 3 : Think it like this. This is the work the company pays you to do. Do it. The company could always pay other people if you are not interested. This is the fortune God had given us. Aren't we grateful?

P/s 4 : 'Ikhlas' is the word. The more we moan, the more we complain, it's like we are not grateful. This is even harder to achieve but it is achievable. I am like other people, digging deep for motivation, tunneling further to search for 'ikhlas'... trying to do the job with heart.

Yup, it is so hard...

ASTRO is here...


The ASTRO man came today and plugged in the satellite dish. Now, i can watch TV clearly with my favourite channels!

No more boring evening and nights!


Ramadhan away from the family...

It's not that i haven't been away from my family before...

I went to a boarding school for my secondary level and living in campus for my tertiary education. Ramadhan at that time was always spent with friends. Breaking fast together. If not, we just went to the ramadhan market available together and buy food there to bring to our individuals rooms.

The situation repeats itself here. Away from family makes us colleagues wants to be together. I can't imagine we would spend this much time together should we work at KL. Here, you get to 'sahur' with your housemates. At my rental house, i try to make a point to cook for 'sahur'. Mind you that i'm not a good cook. But we always eat together that early in the morning. To break 'fast', at times we eat together at the house. Sometimes, i'll join friends here eating at the various eateries available. Seldom do we eat individually. For some reason, away from family makes you want to band together with those of same fates.

For the 2 weeks here, it is bearable. Colleagues aka friends who transfered together from KL are near. In fact we live just a few houses away from each other. So, when you just wanted to eat together, plans are easily made. I am glad for that. I am also glad that they haven't found that it is boring to go out and eat with the same faces every 2 - 3 days.

Thanks to my friends...


Feeling stressed anyone? Try and reduce it...

1.     Make it a point to verbalize all your pent up feelings to colleagues.

There is no substitute for communication when it comes to relieving stress. Feeling of isolation is common in cases of prolonged stress and talking about your feelings to a colleague can help you vie things in another perspective – thus act as a cushion in times of stress.
2.     Take one day at a time.

Do some effective time management. Do not spend your tea and coffee breaks to catch up with pending work. Instead, take time off to do something completely different which is in no way related to work. Taking a break from your normal schedule does wonders in refreshing your mind and outlook towards your job.

3.     Try to realize your own energy schedules.

We don't feel the same way during the entire day. So, schedule your work accordingly. Find out which are your high energy hours – and keep the more stressful work during that time. This will ease out stress and stop unnecessary loss of vital energy.

4.    Never try to work all the stressful jobs at the same time.

It will require some amount of advance planning no doubt but if you can plan out your work and take one stressful work at a time – you will soon find out that you can really put in your best in that particular work. It will also leave you less drained.

5.     Keep some outdoor activity in your daily work schedule.

A refreshed body stores a refreshed mind. Out brain needs vital oxygen to keep our body and mind in optimal performing condition. Physical exercise makes us look better and feel better. It increases self-esteem. When you are hibernating, the emotional distresses increase and you feel much low.

6.      When you have a big and intensive job in hand – do not get overwhelmed by its magnitude.

Instead, break it up in small components. It will then seem easier to handle and manage. At the end you will not even realize that you have actually completed the big job so successfully.

7.     Remember you cannot handle everything.

Learn to delegate, if you have the opportunity to do so. If you know your own limitations, it makes the task easier. This way you can involve many others in the problem solving and decision making process.

8.     You do not have to say yes to everyone and every job that comes your way.

Learn to decline. If you go on saying yes to every project, you will soon be full of anger and resentment. Saying no at the right time gives us a sense of control and happiness. That does not mean that you decline from getting involved or committed. Life is all about choices. So take as much as you can give but never over commit and under deliver.

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Short weekend....

It was short weekend, a very short weekend...

From the East Coast to the Kuala Lumpur City Centre in 4 hours or so. Can you believe how much time spent on the road back my home? Plus the tolls and etc. Supposed to take off after work at 4 pm but it turn out a bit late, as i have to wait for my housemate to finish his work (he was carpooling with me).

I was trying to avoid driving on the highway the the dark. I just hated the part of Karak Highway which goes downhill and somewhat dangerous especially in the dark. And lorries are aplenty on the highway. I really hated it. But as i wanted to get home for the weekend, i need to bear it all.To add to the misery, it rained a bit that night! Makes the road a lot slippery.

So that nite after arriving home, did nothing but watched TV. Then on Saturday afternoon, driving to back to the East Coast. Didn't do much the day before. I haven't got Astro for my rented house yet and the reception was crappy without Astro. So nights at the East Coast was spent, sleeping early or doodling with the laptop. Speaking of laptop, need to call TM to get Streamyx. Any portable wifi service here is better to be thrown out the window. The best  solution was to get a land line and to upgrade to Streamyx. Without internet and satelite tv, life would be unbearable here. You would just go to work, came back after work to eat, then sleep early and so on. It will be SUCKS and BORING!!!!


Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Live from the new place...

In the office, no purchase requisition to process just yet....

My place
It had been almost a week since moving here. Rented a house with my friends.  Started at the new office last Monday, the first day of Ramadhan. The first 2 days reporting for duty was filled with briefings, meetings and getting our cubicle in order. Meaning to set the phones, the conputers, IDs needed to enter the systems and also to haul the stuff we bring from previous place. Here, we work from Sunday to Thusrsday. So, I'll be going back to KL after work tomorrow for the weekend and breaking my fast on the road. Some of us carpooled. However, this time around i'll be driving alone. Maybe next next time i'll do a convoy.

Trees outside the office
For the past few days, it had been somewhat busy. People going in and out of the office to get the system running. New people with confused looks, gazing around to get a hand on what they need to do. Me...i am learning. Baby steps.......or maybe long runs...he..he.... Thanks to my friends and fellow senior collegues, i got some undestanding what my job require of me. Knowing the systems and procedures is the first steps. I got mails requesting for info on my second day. After asking here and there, i think i know what to do. Let me do it first. If i make mistakes, need not to repeat it next time.

It's 5 pm. Time to go home...