It had to end, one day.
Oh the irony of being happy to see that this can finally end, and yet upon realization that perhaps I won’t be seeing this few great colleagues again makes me not as happy as I should be.
Considering that this was my first venture in the working world, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. I came here clueless and unsure. Being an understudy was terrible considering that I had to probe and probe in order to learn what I had to do, to the extent that I made my own notes. Thank goodness for that, or else I wonder what the next temp staff in line will wonder if he sees the computer and doesn’t know what to do.
Well, work is boring. But it’s the people surrounding you that makes working an experience. Soon I got to know that my colleagues were quite the crazy bunch. In fact, Faz (short formed nick – name) and Jena were the crazy pair, they were forever happy – go – lucky, laughing about. It didn’t take me too long before I got comfortable with my first working experience.
I’ve got to thank so many people: Oscar, Yenna, Jessica, Patricia, Shin Liang (one of the rare few guys in this department LOL), Faz, Jena, Angela, Sandra, Soon Jun (even though she’s not in this department, but I see her running around for the other department practically the whole time) who’ve made my day slightly better and made going to work a positive thing. These three months had been tough, with some emotional things happening, especially with the passing of my grandfather, but I’ve pulled through in the end.
Now is the phase of schooling life that I have to conquer. I don’t even know what to feel about it. I actually feel scared afterall, since it has been 2 years since I have last touched the books. Don’t know how people can be excited about it sigh ._.