Monthly Archives: July 2004
Ok, so I’m supposed to be writing something more substantial like my first couple of days at work. Nothing much to say except that I like the people in the company so far (big bonus) and it feels like going … Continue reading
As Wee Keong told me as we landed in Singapore a week ago, welcome to the rest of your life. I start work officially tomorrow morning at 9am. Welcome! Welcome!
I’m back in Singapore. The past few days have been a frenzy of settling down. I’ll have more thoughts later, especially since I go into work for interviews tomorrow. For now, it suffices to say that I’m (curiously?) thoroughly happy to … Continue reading
I’m in love with all things Seoul, despite the fact that there was pounding rain the entire time. Imagine what it would have been if it wasn’t rainy. I had the greatest experience yesterday. We went to a traditional korean … Continue reading
I’m currently here in Seoul, South Korea right now, just a 3 day stopover before heading home to Singapore. We’re in what they call a PC Bar (internet cafe). Just some random thoughts to share: Glory to us, it’s the … Continue reading
With about 12 hours to go before leaving for the airport, and about 48 hours into PMS, I am one sniveling mess. It finally hit me. I’m sad. And happy to be sad. Should I be ecstatic or indifferent upon … Continue reading
Oh boy, it was awesome seeing everyone at the party today. It went splendidly. Great music and great company. Noon-sunset never went by so quickly. Oh boy, I’m beginning to feel hints of sadness.
A close friend of mine with whom I met up to say "see you later" (I refuse to say any goodbyes) on Wednesday sent me a gorgeous email. I shared his view of friendship, our friendship, with another close friend … Continue reading
5 more days in SF before flying off to Asia. We are throwing a going away party for me-slash-birthday party for Natalie (it’s her birthday todayyyy!!whoooo yeeeeahhh!!) tomorrow afternoon. I have always hated being a party-planner. I hate being responsible … Continue reading