Yesterday I was someone. But I always thought that I am Suetha the Indian Classical Dancer. Then today I am Suhana. Day before I was Suet Mun. Welcome to my alter ego page..

Yours truly,
Suhana Suetha

Sunday, November 7, 2010

This Another Week

Another full day at work (almost) during Deepavali -__- As much as I fret that, but public holidays are normally the only time where productivity increases. As there will be no disturbances from client calls and sales stress (again!)

One fine day this week, I was told that I will have to make way / create space / relocated to another nook of the office as they wanted to build another room. Not for me obviously. If you do not know, I have one of the most promiscuous location that any other kiasu sales person would want to.


Backed by a mountainful of limestones and perhaps a few sheeps running on top of that hill we all know as Batu Caves :)  Not too much of a pretty sight, but it's a mountain!! Good feng shui!! :)
Anyway, anyhow, while I was at customer's place for lunch, I spotted the coffee house selling this water fountain feature at RM25! Well, since the chances of me losing the 'mountain' is rather high, it is only right that I start to look at alternatives to safeguard my chi of whatever-ness in warding off bad spirit which may further jeopardise my work.

You see, I used to be placed in this room of my own where it I literally and practically sat in it for an entire year and reap no sales. Only after I was moved out to my current 'mountain' position did I managed to see more of a potential sales. So, yeah, my current seating does have sentimental values ;)

The fountain came with the stones =D

I did another round of grocery shopping in Econsave while waiting for mom. And I am happy to announce that everyday is a No Plastic Bag Day for me =) I have long adhered to this as part of my 'no-cost' contribution to the society. If you need me to donate money to save a half meter square of  sand, please ask from someone else. 

The only place where I hang out - the neighbourhood grocery mart ;)

I rarely leave the mart empty handed. I just needed to buy something! The other day, I bought a lemon for 90 cents and asked the counter guy to put the sticker on the lemon as I refused to use a plastic bag, he laughed at me -__- But I managed to leave the mart with my 90 cents lemon after all ;)

Guess what I bought this week. It may seemed like a complete waste of money considering that a normal, young, slightly hot, uber chic, working professionals like ME would even consider strolling in this corner of the mart. I do sometimes wonder, who actually buy these except for older people who have a big garden. I wonder of those immigrant workers too buy them in order to save a few bucks from buying the fully grown ones.
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I was looking at these ;)


Guess which one did I choose? 
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the mini gardening tools and a packet of chili padi seedlings! =D =D

I don't exactly know what prompted me to buy these. I think it was this faltering thoughts of those dead plants in the office porch and the fact that I felt idylic and needed to do something. Grow something. Make something. Anything! I just needed to get my hands on something to work on. Besides dealing with cold calls of course :(

Well, Sha, could you have guessed this? =P

Went to MIFW opening show in Pavillion for a brief while. Walked pass it while they were interviewing the models competing for the MIFA Model of the Year Award thing which I can only sparsely remember. And no picture taken of the fashion show. That's just how fashionably excited I am -__- I think I really need to build / create / purge out this passion in fashion if I want to stay in the insdustry.. and stop buying seedlings.. 
The only fashion sense that I think I might have slowly built is to rip some tees and make it look trashy.. :S

I love the neck scarf!! 
Dress from Dorothy Perkins worn as top
 6 years old skirt from Comma
Hand drawn neck scarf (company's one)



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