Thursday, November 23, 2006

Switching to Blogger Beta and Three Endless Days

Today I'm switching this blog to the new version of Blogger (Blogger Beta) so it is now integrated with my Google (GMail) account. Well, it's about time to do so. It concludes my last three days, the endless days of work. At Monday, I'm getting enormous pain in my stomach as I wake up. Thought I got it from double doze of chili sauce the other day. No time to break, I must go to the office early or I miss my ride. Well, the road to office is varied from the freeway to the off road, so my pain was unbearable in the middle of the journey and I threw up in my sister's car. Concerning about it, my sister suggested that I should go home and take some rest. I refused, but not sure if that's the right thing to do. Well, it turned out to be the right decision. One of my co-worker was ill and absent, the other must take his exam and absent for half a day, and my boss was out for the whole day. So, I must take care of the business, substituted trainer for morning class, came to meeting at noon, and back again to office to install 3 servers to ship the next day (finish at 09.30pm). The next two days were not as hard as Monday but still, work in such a pressure with this condition, sick and lack of sleep is such a challenge, if not suicidal.

Monday, November 20, 2006

What Does Not Kill You...

A friend of mine once told me, what does not kill you only makes you stronger. I wonder if it goes backwards, what does not make you stronger gonna kill you... Picture this, you work as hard as you can, over your head, consuming all of your body can handle. No matter how hard you try, it's still not enough, in fact, it will never be enough.

Friday, November 10, 2006

All Wasted

My head is aching, my stomach is exploding, seems that I'm all wasted. Four days in a row outside the office really push my body over the limit. If that's not enough, tomorrow I will give another training (overtime), yeah... life is hard, life is real. Not to mention the ups and downs of doing training away from office and home (and I mean, far away). The grueling trainee, most of them did it quietly and deadly. Well, customer is king, and we play that role once in a while. After all, I thought I wrote this post in my sleep. Yeah right...

Thursday, November 02, 2006


Do you ever wish you could disappear? That you could fly to anywhere, to live your dream instead of reality, the same routine you must perform every single day of your life?
Do you ever wish you were always on your own? That you didn't ever have to listen to anybody, that you could live your life for today, never thought about the future?
I wish I did, and always will.