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Preparation...

I am currently enjoying my work, and it seems that my boss is also enjoying working with me, or at least watching me work. That's the impression that I get, and I've already been with meetings on the upcoming projects we have (which I cannot talk about). However, I'm going to have to brace myself for an ~8 hour drive from here in Makati to Iriga in Bicol. That's quite a long ride, and I'm not sure what to do aside from sleep, watch the windows in the middle of the night, and listen to radio.

Anyway, I should be enjoying the sights, and the setup. I get to travel, and work, and enjoy both at the same time. I just hope baby would understand, and not worry too much. And I hope my parents understand, since well, it doesn't seem to me that I would get the opportunity to go home in 2 consecutive weekends because of work.

I'm taking this seriously, and I hope the company takes me seriously too. It looks so in the outset, but I have yet to see how far I could go and bring this company with me, or how far will this company go and bring me. I have yet to find out...

Chill...

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  1. Re: Non-disclosure: I know how you feel. ;)

    Very good for you. Hope everything turns up ok.

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  2. From Makati to Iriga? It must more than an 8-hour trip. Went there a few weeks ago. Damned long trip, I say.

    - Johanna

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