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Rejoice with those who rejoice…

Currently my office workload is in a sort of lull period. I am currently in between projects… finishing off one project and about to start another one. We sent out our draft final report last night and today I spent the day preparing for a new project that will start next Monday. It’s nice to have a breather in between projects to brace yourself, sort out numerous emails that have been piling up for the past few weeks… and it’s nice to have a nice new clean project to start afresh.

My parents and my youngest brother – Paul, will be participating in a survey conducted by a colleague from our HK office. It’s a very interesting survey to find out the spending patterns of Malaysian students studying in Australia. This is the time Paul will need to ‘fess up and be truthful about his spending… but I’m sure Paul will not have any deep dark secrets about his spending… he has always been quite thrifty.

Our café will have its soft launch starting from tomorrow, Friday 04-Mar. Reservations have already started coming in from colleagues and friends. It’s very encouraging to have friends who are truly happy and excited for you when you embark on something big like this… that’s how friends should be… rejoice with us as we rejoice… I’m very thankful to be surrounded by so many friends such as these.

Meng How’s father will be arriving from KL tomorrow evening at around 6.00pm. I will be picking him up and we’ll go down to the café together. He’s very excited to see the café too.

It’s Friday tomorrow… just in case someone forgot… :)

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  1. Congratulation ! All the very best in your new business venture.

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