Selamat menghadiri dan menghabiskan kursus 2 hari. Alhamdulillah, sekarang I have some ideas on how to go about doing my tasks. The company decided to change to a new system, which incorporates all (eventually) other systems, company-wide. Since I am one of the humble users of one of the humble systems, I knew I need to get myself equipped with the appropriate knowledge to keep current. The training used mock-data, which we successfully played around with. I just hope when I extracted the actual ones, I will be as successful. I still think the old system I’ve been using is better. It offers more flexibility I think. But then, ‘tak kenal maka tak cinta’, right. Let’s just try it out first and comment more later, kan.
The training was done in Jalan Gurney. Given the fact that it rains almost every late afternoon these days, and that I needed to travel to Menara before departing from the office and go home, the trainer’s offer to let us off a bit early, was more than welcomed. But we needed to cooperate with the schedule given. The problem was that, there was a lady. I have no problems with her groovy dressing or even plunging neckline she had on, but, she was often late. She came back form tea-break ½ hour late. And we waited for her for ½ hour more after lunch. To me, that’s 1 hour she owed each and every one of us. We still went off a bit early, but a later than expected tho. That was not all. When we were becoming uneasy as it was running late, she had the guts to say out loud ‘ala, baru pukul 4 lebih’. And the next day, she told the class ‘datang lambat pun boleh pandai’. I just hope I wont have to attend any more classed with her. Btw, I don’t like the big earrings she had on, on the second day.
Okay, now off to better and happier notes.
I finally able to load the photos of ‘PAU KACANG MERAH’ I did last weekend. Something had happened also, do check it out here. I am so into cooking these days, tho it wasn’t really voluntary in the first place. Cooking, was not one of the fact that brings my husband to finally ask my hand in marriage, because.. basically I couldn’t cook well. And now, Kakak refuses most ‘take-away’s. We used to tapau nasi goreng, for example. She used to finish the whole thing but now she decided to just ate 2 or 3 spoolful. But she will eat a lot if it’s homecooked, even when it goes by the same name i.e. nasi goreng. So, I need to sharpen my cooking skill and venture into other kind of cookings, other than just nasi goreng that is. And my husband, told me how proud he is that I finally able to cook better. Yang, I think I know why the kids are getting so manja with us nowadays. Sebab makan ‘air tangan’ kita kot. Like they say, the way to the heart, is through the stomach. Well, at least among other ways, kan. Enough ramblings. Do also check CRISPY TOFU FINGERS here. It was a hit back in No. 49. I had planned to keep some and freeze for weekdays breakfast but we ended up eating the whole thing. Kakak was so liking it, petang tu dok tanya lagi, kot-kot ada lagi. The recipe is here, btw.
1. Set tilam dan bantal kucing tu was originally bought for Kakak as 1st step to teach her to sleep on her own. Now the thing is a permanent fixture at our living area. She's still sleeping with us, btw.
2. That hotdog thing, I did for our dinner. We bought Jusco Selection's (namanya ada cheese something) but it was overly salty to our liking. Nevertheless, the plates were squeaky clean after dinner (just to note- that was before washing)