In a Barbie World (Part II)
In a Barbie World (Part I)
Elise : I have so much love for my name
Would personally like to thank April Antonio, my fellow blogger, for giving this pretty little thing to me. She made itttt! :”> Now, I’m mooooooooooooooooooooore in love with my name. Hahaha. <3
Me + Work = ?
Dad was having his rants last Wednesday and that is why my mom asked me to go to our office so that I could learn stuff related to architecture. As a good daughter of course *cough cough*, I said yes. I wasnt really excited about it, and prior to that I picked out a lazy outfit : A Blue dress by Mango. But since I am a big fan of ‘changing my mind’, I picked out another outfit. Something playful, but still Androgynous, in short = me. I actually wanted to go with the blue-feathered necklace I bought from Butingtings , one of my favorite online shops, since I wanted to try color blocking. But then, when I woke up in the morning, I changed my mind again. (Ok, I am deeply embarrassed now) I decided to wear the black-feathered necklace for it to match my pink top and my Black-sequinned bag. I even asked mom if I chose the right color HAH.
Speaking of my day at work yesterday.. I actually had fun even if the work wasnt heavy. I came to learn lang naman so please dont raise your eyebrows as you’re reading. I’m just a third year high school student! Anyway, Facebook was blocked in the computer I was using so I stuck with Twitter instead. For those who’re following me in Twitter, you must’ve known how happy I was when I completed the given task to me yesterday : to buy 24 yards of red ribbons. But I failed. I am deaf. I heard 4 yards. -20 yards. I’m deaf. I told dad about it and he said that 4 yards were enough for the gravels they’d be using for the groundbreaking today. Dad was so cool about it. But I ended up saying “Minsan na nga lang ako utusan sa office, mali pa rinig ko. Hay.” and he just smirked, but lucky me, he reassured me that none was to be worried about, so YAY ME. Also, I copied all the materials our company buys from our beloved suppliers. I wasnt clear with some, okay, most of the materials so I decided to ask Achi M. She gladly explained everything to me, along with Ate B. May I share with you some of what I’ve learned?
- Breaker - sort of like switches but they’re automatic, plus they’re safer. They automatically switch off if they can not take it anymore, preventing accidents.
- Kilo watt hour meter - they come in analog and digital, very useful, electricity use.
- beam - alongside with poste/column, it provides support
- vulca seal
- 2/3 gang power switch
- stikwel and a lot more
Permit me since I’d gladly say that I am very proud of myself because I reached out despite the fact that I am a bit shy with people who are not of my age and for I learned a lot yesterday. Thanks to the lovely ladies surrounding me. On another note, I’d be working for real this summer in preparation for my Architectural career. I’m pretty sure that it’d be of great help to me as I’ll be taking the college entrance exam tests next year. Boy, time sure does fly fast, eh?
Anyway, here’s what I wore yesterday:
Pink long sleeves from EDC by Esprit | Black-sequinned bag from Coach, Macau | Black-feathered necklace from Butingtings | Watch from Nautica | iPhone case from Hallmark designs
I guess that’d be all! See you guys soonnnnn~