Life in the Fast Lane

Wah…This week super busy. I’m caught up with tidying up a new S$300,000 Business Intelligence system we are putting into place and which will be commissioned end of May, producing an RFP for our new company web site, and several meetings with my CEO. After I get off work (which in the case of the last few days have been in the region of 8pm), I go home and become the servant to my kids. Picking up their socks, packing their shoes, making their milk for the night/morning, stopping their fights, entertaining them. Wow…. siong man. Actually, the home bit is more taxing then the stress at work. That’s why I admire Chris so much. She comes home by 2pm everyday, and has to manage these monkeys for close to 8 hours before they hit the sack. I think I would have thrown in the towel in less than a day if I tried doing what shes doing.

They say that behind every successful man is a woman. That is so so true! Thanks Honey for giving me all your support.

But last night was good. We all enjoyed Spiderman together. Everyone was quietly watching Spiderman and the Green Goblin fight each other until the scene where the Green Goblin sang “Itsy Bitsy Spider….”. That was when Elkan stopped being quiet, but stood up and started singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider…” over and over and over again, and laughing to himself after that. He was still doing that this morning. Aiyohhhh…….. 😀

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6 Responses to Life in the Fast Lane

  1. Jo L says:

    hahahaaaaa….. i couldn’t help laughing when I came to the “itsy bitsy spider” part! so cute! Happy Mom’s Day to Chris!!

  2. craftsman says:

    🙂 by the way, thanks for the help today. Foun the file.

  3. Jo L says:

    U are most welcome!

    But honestly, if not for you, I wouldn’t hv bothered. Moreover, you shouldn’t be the one calling. Not the right protocol! What a joke!!!… ex-company is still “picking my brains” after I’ve left the place for close to 1 year!! Btw, I’m serious about consultation fees! I assume this won’t be the last time you are checking with me about stuff ie. going by the number of times you have had to call me in the past year 🙂

  4. craftsman says:

    The company is now vastly different from the one you left. You wouldn’t recognise it if you were to come back. Its all corporate like now. No more the feeling of a tight team. 😦

  5. cy says:

    Agree. hear hear.

  6. JoL says:

    Of course, it’s different lah! Anyway, there won’t be a need for me to recognise it. 😀 U guys must take care! It was good while it lasted. I made a couple of pretty good friends 😀

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