i have issues. but i am happy and excited. in fact, i’ve never felt happier and more alive than now. i can feel the stretch. strength is surging in. the race is about to start. i haven’t ran in a race before. actually i do not know what to do. haha. but i am ready to conquer. this is a sure win because this is a race specifically and specially designed for me. every turn and terrain was put in place with me in mind. so i will run, finish this race and claim my victory. Even the trophy is designed for me. i should thank the coordinator and sponsor of this race. Oh, He happened to be my coach too. Have you ever seen a race as biased as this before? well then, watch this one.
2nd Destiny Network Conference
IMPOSSIBLE IS NOT A DECLARATION. IT IS A DARE.
1. Putting things in their proper place pays a lot. When you are a student, you just throw the bluebooks away once the semester’s over. What’s the use of keeping all those memories specially when they are not good? When you are a professional, you have to keep every single piece of paper and remember exactly where they landed. Reports are not anymore for your boss to check and grade. They are there for her to check and re-check over and over again. Save yourself from all the panic and stress of remembering where that singe sheet of seemingly important information went.
I think I am growing.
I am thankful for being here. Its not yet the dream job but at the moment, i think it’s just right. I am learning the basics not just of manufacturing but of being part of a system, in general. Even pregnancy. haha. Someday it will all fall into place. The way to the promised land is through a desert. Who would’ve thought. I’ll have my who would’ve thought moment soon enough.
Maybe I’ll be a geochemist. What does a geochemist do?
Anyway, for now, I will focus on maintaining my table and hitting my deadlines. I will get all that I can from this. It’s not an accident that I have a very systematic and patient superior. This is an opportunity to grow.
Or maybe I’ll be a country-hopping hipster in search of the best coffee beans. Then i’ll have my own coffee bean plantation when I retire.
Bits and pieces. Its just a matter of putting them together. Now, where is that next piece?