Seriously guys, after being participating in #thediarygame for a few months now, I really came to a point where I feel pressure to record stuff. I'm like trying to make up words, and refused to use short form most of the time, just to squeeze out a few more words for the blog. I don't know about you, but I think the 300 words rule does make spammer to go away, but it also prevent people from making it a habit to write a diary.
You see, not everyday is a Sunday. We tend to stay back in the office for atleast 8 hours, and top of that we probably spent another 4 hours commuting to and from work, and that's more than half a day gone. Rest of it, like another 6 to 8 hours in bed sleeping. I really can't think of any possibilities for people to spend so much time writing diary than really living a life.
Enough of the rant, get back to my yesterday diary, I'm just gonna make it simple and use pictures to tell a story.
- Evening view from the corridor, can't stop admiring the city view the other night.
- Breakfast began with vegetable and soy protein juice.
- My favourite steering cover was broken. Wondering whether will I still be able to find one of these nowadays.
- The steering cover was there in the first place because the precious owner of this car didn't take care of it.
- Lunch in the office cafeteria, a piece of fried chicken, a stash of potato wages, 2 boiled eggs and a cup of tea without sugar.
- Was just noticing the cafeteria installed a set of new lighting making the entire dining area very presentable.
- Long before dinner time, I started to feel hungry, so have I scout for some tidbits from the office. 2 small pack of groundnuts and some Oreo cookies.
- On top of those, suddenly a colleague showed up and give me a piece of mooncake. I know, it's a calories monster, but I still took it 🤣
- Promised a dinner with my top client in Puchong, so I bite the bullet and traveled 2 hours just to get there for a dinner with them. Great company, marvelous conversation, and absolutely love the dynamic working with positive people.
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