Miraculously, I was nominated as one of the 'diamonds' for Quarter 1 and 2 of 2007. Hey, I thought hard trying to decide which achievement had made me chosen; yeah, I couldn't think of any. When I thought harder, yup... there was nothing to be so proud of in 2007.
Only this morning I got to know that I was nominated because of my 3 days' investigation in a high profile project with really difficult customer, and I was on standby for 1 month for the same project. (Standby means, if the project engineer is sick/dead, then I'll have to replace him on site.) During the standby period, I, off course had been hibernating here at my cubicle, lah. Hahaha. (If not somewhere in Subang Parade/The Curve searching for latest books/CD/DVD.)
The 3 aweks were all smiles, busy gossipping/posing and obviously not aware that the CEO was in fact giving a speech then trying to to make everybody understand why we're there that night. Sorry boss, born camwhores, what to do.
The supertalented hibernator of 2 Quarters: DNAS receiving the token of appreciation from the CEO. I thought my handshake was too firm, the CEO looked startled for a few seconds. Hmmmm... somebody has a better grip, huh?
After the first round of pasta, chinese fried rice, bbq sausage-chicken-beef, mushroom soup and salad and preparing for second round of servings. It was raining outside, so all tables that were originally placed by the pool had to be brought into the gym. We were stuffing ourselves right next to the treadmill, stepper and stationary bikes. How ironic! Oh well, we renamed it from a Pool-side BBQ dinner to Cardio-machine-side BBQ dinner. And, did I mention that we're supposed to go for a free health screening the next morning? Kekekeke.
The organizer forgot to include live entertainment in our agenda. So, the CC manager tricked us into believing that there'll be some magic show or something after the dinner. It turned out we had to do Pocho-pocho in front of the lift. Yikes, the guys were as 'jegang' as they could be, while us the girls went dizzy and intertwined in our selendangs. We actually stayed back planning to go for a separate coffee session, too bad we were 'terjebak' with pocho-pocho to the tunes of 'Kopi dangdut' song.