Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Fire Drill

At this moment, most of my colleague has been waiting at the building's lobby. Why? They suspected a fire drill will be coming soon. Instead of taking the stairs, where they should be in this practice, they took the easy route by using the lift and wait for the drill to happen. From here, I would say the building manager has failed miserably organizing this practice.

As expected, the alarm rang finally and we was told to gather at the receptionist area. Our group was small and my senior was not happy about it. The fire warden, who is the support staff, started the head count and wait for further instruction from the building's speaker. After we got the message that our floor is ready to clear, we started our walking from 27th floor and join into the crowd from upper floor. It was not a comfortable process but I heard that the crowd was much lesser than the previous drill.

Finally, we reached to the open ground and the fire warden directed us to the LRT station, with prepared bottled drinks and sign post with floor numbers. I found my floor number and met up with the rest there. We took an early lunch since it was almost noon. Around 12:30 PM, we came back from lunch and the whole drill has ended.

Hopefully there will not be a second one as this drill, in my opinion, considered unsuccessfully. :P

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Where's my locks?

Wife: "Dear, do you know where is my lock for my lugguage?"
Me: "Where did you put them last time when you back from your trip?"
Wife: "I don't remember"
Me: "And you're asking me about it?"
Wife: "I was hoping you saw them"
Me: "!@#$%"

Monday, November 05, 2007

Charity event

My wife dragged me to a charity event at Bukit Jalil that was happened last Sunday. Honestly, I not a type of guy who really like to donate much unless I really know what is the Fund raising organization is doing. Anyway, my wife bought a 10 dollar coupon for that event so we headed there to see what was happening there.

It turned out a lot of stuff and people was there. First, stalls selling different kind of stuff from food, stationary till flower and bonsai. Then, there are handcrafted souvenirs, brochures, poster, games and stage for people to play the gong after a small amount of donation is paid.

We we spent the 10 dollar for our lunch there and stay for an hour. We left with nothing but our stomach fulled.