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Missing people...


I got used to saying goodbyes... because I know that this is such a small world... and being in this profession we are bound to meet each other again. But sometimes, there's this pang when you are letting go of someone who you have worked with for the longest time, and who you shared good moments with.

We played badminton together, and he has seen me at my worst when I lose my cool during stressful times. I have even shouted at him and made him sit when he was itching for a smoke :) when there was an abend.

But what is good about our working relationship is that we understand each other. We can shout at each other but we can still find a solution. Imagine the numerous cups of coffee that we produced during one of our crucial testing phases.

I am going to miss you man. But we'll see each other, if not on the playing court; on a dimly lighted place with bottles of beer all around but laughing because these moments are for real. These moments that we share with our drinking buddies are precious and ones I'll cherish for life... :)

Good luck on your next journey! :) Stay cool man :)

AMEN!

Comments

Acid Burn said…
awww... yep mamimiss natin ang da man ng badminton hehe! but look on the bright side dre. there's always the coming back part. =)
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