Just a quick update one the past 2-3 weeks.
Two weeks ago, I attended one of the most touching wedding. Of course, by my standard, touching = tearing: P
She is an ex colleague of mine and soon we will be neighbours! I started tearing when she said her thank you speech to her mum and dad, especially her dad. And the “drama” hyped at the point when her husband surprised her with a song of love. Can tell that SC really likes her and I was very touched. It was really a good feeling to see that one of my friends is so loved. May the couple’s love run forever long. (p.s. did I mention that she used the ring pillow I made? I felt very proud of myself…hahaha)
Overtime has hit another high note. One night, 3 designers and I stayed up till 5.30am for a “presentation” the very next day. This is definitely a record breaker. May be I should consider preparing a fresh set of clothes to change and may be even a towel??? Anyway, the “presentation” did not go well. Kenna “boa” by the client a few times over the past 2 – 3 weeks. Big sigh
Two new designers joined us (a young “boy” and a mature man). “Boy” is actually a girl. She is very nice, keep offering ideas for my project though when it comes to actually work. It kind of fell short a little.
Our receptionist took compassionate leave and your dear friend me volunteered to be part time receptionist and IT WAS FUN! Totally loved it. May be I should be receptionist instead of a consultant? haha
The barriers around my new house have been removed. JF and I will pop by this Sat to visit. My future neighbours set up a forum in Singapore Brides. It is really entertaining interacting with them. It feels very 亲切 when others share my enthusiasm and worry too. Accordingly to them we have to submit our ROM cert latest by July 08, which is completely impossible for us. Got to write in when it is our turn to collect the keys. Anyway, most of them are very kiasu. Got ID to quote for their units since Dec last year and most of them posted their package online for our reference. Really nice bunch of people. Wonder if this “kampong spirit” will continue after we move in…