first two weeks of work

My work is more complicated than I thought: my “colleagues” are all over the world; I do my work at the International Rice Research Institute, but I’m not an IRRI employee; I’m required to fly to other countries soon and I am not required to stay in the office.

It’s as if somebody saw my Job Wish List and gave it to me when least expected. I must’ve done something divine to humanity.

Of course, as good as it sounds, the work entails hardships. But I call it ‘good stress.’ The level of effort demanded of my skills and expertise builds me up, professionally, intellectually and emotionally. Living in Los Banos for two weeks has been doing me good as I wake up every morning to the sight of majestic Makiling, and eat breakfast in front of green fields, and walk to the office full of interesting and kind people, and walk back to my room at the guest residences to watch cable TV after a long warm shower.

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nadnad
nadnad
8 years ago

Are you in a movie or something? Yeah I was also wondering about that something divine you did and you’re just so… you know. I can say you have a life 🙂

ai
ai
8 years ago
Reply to  nadnad

thanks, nad nad. haha, something divine… hmm lately I say a little prayer to the god of the universe. which i havent done for a very long time.

dlysen
8 years ago

Sagana naman siguro sa fresh air dyan… green fields and mountains sound close to nature.

ai
ai
8 years ago
Reply to  dlysen

^_^

cj brosas
cj brosas
8 years ago

best.job.ever.

ai
ai
8 years ago

^_^ yey!


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