Hellooo early morning rush hour!
Hellooo rules and regulations!
Hellooo dressing up formally!
Hellooo audits and stuffs!
Hellooo big appetite!
Hellooo big temptations!
Hellooo evening rush hours!
and Helloo working industry!
Yes, I am now officially considering myself as one of those 100,000 people, ehem, belia, entering this new world, a world where all the worries in life bulking up one by one, according to the responsibility that we chose ourselves. Gone are the late wake up routines or late night burning the midnight oil while increasing your eyesight level. Gone are the era of going to "vocal training" in the middle of the day or night during weekdays. Now I listen intensely to the traffic updates on air, YES, i do that earnestly (acting like i know the roads mentioned) and I tend to follow the DJ's tips with anything related to the office; ie; tips on staying awake in the office and so on.
Aaaaand these are my first week story! well, I do not know how long will it last for a weekly update but here's to it while it last! The story begins from Sunday, maybe because I was too nervous, or scared, I woke up at 6 on a Sunday thinking it was Monday and I was late for work! Jumped out of bed for nothing and laughed by myself *giggles* (okay this is so maya, note to self, not to write that again) SO, first day! Papa woke up 1/2 hour early than he's normal routine to make sure I'm awake and gave me a good luck hug in his pyjama before going back upstairs and getting prepared himself, since due to Bangsar, I am the first one to leave for work. Mama on the other hand, took the liberty of preparing fried spaghetti for breakfast! SCORE! I could finish the whole packet of it, there's some addiction to me when it comes to fried spaghetti!
Thank you Papa Mama for the lovely thought, I hope I could always be the daughter you would be proud of! Nina, now now, willingly helping me, despite the princess-ordering-behaviour, for my first day photoshoot. Esya will always be Esya. Thank you baby girl, I love ya !
My morning routine drive, now I am one of those who would need to go through the bizarre traffic jam of Federal Highway.
The 6th floor cubicle, whilst waiting for the next order, spent the rest of the day here.
SCADA & EMS cubicle, more privacy and a bit more peaceful environment :)
This was beef bread lasagne, mama first attempt! How I wish someday I could be as a great of a cook as mama is!, Even at first trial, she scored it! me? pfft!
Our first pinned notice! hahahahaha okay I know this was childish but of course you would be excited for the first time of eveything right?
In summary of the first week, basically had nothing to do, we were in the introduction phase, hence, not too detailed explanation from the colleague, just a brief story of the department jobscope. The people seems nice, and the office were cozy! Not to mention, how active and chatty the YEDP whatsapp group was for this past week. okay, YEDP stands for Young Executive Development Program. Can't wait to meet the rest of them next week! Slowly learning and adapting myself in this world. I however, have not yet feel the moment where I can call myself an engineer, hoping that day and the level of confidence would come soon. InsyaAllah, Amin.