Monday, August 11, 2008

Peers at work

It has been almost two years since I started working. So many things happened in that almost two years. There are those who fled away in search of a better place while others are still hanging on, tight. Despite we are under some major hazard moments, yet we managed to loosen up a little. Just to remember ourselves that it's not the end of the world. Well, I constantly telling myself this all the time.

I have to admit I enjoyed my stay with these folks even though my job is cranky me up big time. There are only 3 who has been the longest people who are staying strong in this project including me ;-). The other two is my seniors. I salute them for holding on for so long. My head is under water right now. Drowning like any moment. Huhu.

There's Kak Ina, fragile and soft. She deals with people as soft as she can even that person is bringing her a hell of a time. She's small in size yet she's big in the brain. Oh yeah. She's the developer in this project. The only developer and she is handling it all by herself. How on earth does she handles that? A person with a lot of patient and I'm so impress she managed to keep it the same tone even when she's mad.

Kak Siti, aggressive and witty. This lady has the stare as though she wanted to swallow you and slit your throat. She can be serious at times where if approaching her can gives you the stir but she's a sport. She blends well with people younger than her and she sure can act as one too. Her signature laugh could be recognize anywhere. A Hindustani die-hard fan, she's definitely fun to hang out with.

Kak Long or Kak Am we refer her to, adorable and opened, she's the eldest. A mother of four and like the mother to us too. Almost. She smiles even during her wits end moment. She talks about anything which makes her approachable and she doesn't mind sharing her flaws. She just joined this project for only 3 months so and so but its like I've known her forever.

The rest is the juniors even though they are all older than me ;-). All with their heads. There's Ann, a perky gal with a perky dressings to match who laughs her stomach out and speaks her mind. Someone who is all about having a good time. Shud, the Kedahrian who has this thick Kedah accent where she expresses her words assertively. Krie who seems a little timid but seems to be enjoying herself...hmmm...I think. Then there's the guy, all beautiful with white fair skin but the moment he opens his mouth....Go figure.

Last but not least, me, the independent chick around. Haha. I'm being boastful. It supposed to be me, the late one arriving to work everyday. Guilty. Above all, this one experience working with them its something I won't get anywhere else. And not forgetting the past people plus those who aren't with the project anymore that I've worked with. Kak shu, Kak Lyn, Atul and a few bunch to be named. All different.

8 comments:

Asyida said...

A senior there once said, those in the JKKP project are very strong in mind and heart. So berbanggalah pd diri sndiri sbb terlibat dlm projek nih coz bukan calang2 org leh bertahan in that projek until now!

anneweeza said...

hohoho!!! de besst entry i think.. :)
hahah....berbangga aku dgn 'kutukan' ko tuh..huhu...
i likee... :)

Skinny Legs said...

Kak shu - cam kenal je kata-kata pujangga tuh...ekekeke

Ann - heh...jangan terover kembang eh...

maylyn said...

fuhh sib baik my name mentioned, klu x hahhaha i xnk kwn u hehee

Asyida said...

Haha..alyn tunggu masa jek taknak kawan dgn orang tau wani...heee
tapi kan...mention tu mention gaklaa nama i...tapi worng spelling lorrr
its --> K.A.K.S.Y.U not kakshu (letter y looks more ceria skit in my name)

Skinny Legs said...

kak lyn - ttba xnak kawan lak neh sbb xbubuh nama...dramatic btol

kak syu - heeeee...da xterbiasa lah ngn S.H.U...don't mind me...:D

justnid said...

cpatnye 2 tahun berlalu..

mushi said...

huhu..terharu la plak! sob sob.. nway...ganbate ne.. dgr cite nk p japan? ble? nnt bole konvoi skali! kn? kn?