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My first day in office. This is just an eight weeks intern, even still I woke up with butterflies in my stomach! Got my office bag ready, which got quite stuffed. * "I might need this!" , "I might need this too!" ! * Wore something suave and comfortable, considering the sereing whether and the first impression on my boss! Prayed to god before leaving as my mother smeared my forehead with Holy Ash .

I was just about to leave when it started raining cats and dogs. I wanted to struggle my way to office by travelling in public transport * An abscure inexplicable notion in my head about savoring things more by earning them the hard way! *. Well, driving down on my own had to do, which was a nice one and a half hour's travel. All attempts of keeping self dry were defeated by the half a mile walk from the parking till my office * I like saying, " My Office" *!

Somehow struggled into the compound. I was doused, but my spirits were still high. A visit to the rest room and dabbing myself with countless tissues helped gain back composure (exterior).

I had to get my identification card made, without which I could enter the premises but would not be allowed inside the office! It required for me to submit a photograph and my details with proof. Darn! Something just had to go wrong. "Oh! No! wait, I got a photograph! and a copy of my PAN Card." See, stuffing that office bag did help afterall!

Nothing very productive done at the work front, just familiarising with work and the place. Spent time at the office library too! My favourite place in the building. Looking forward to tomorrow.

Tell me about your first days??
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  1. Sam Says:

    Congrats on your new job!!! Hope you have lots of fun and let us know what goes on! ;)

    My first day? I think I blogged it ...


  2. ira Says:

    *sam* lol! its actually quite mundane! They dont trust us rookies with much of weighty work! *smile* !!

    I haven't read that blog of yours then. Leave the link to it next time.


  3. Sam Says:

    Ok...Here it is, my first ever job:
    http://spshuey.blogspot.com/1984/06/first-day-of-work.html

    Hmmm. I wonder if that will work?


  4. Sandi Says:

    It's both exciting and scary the first day in a new job. My first one was in a lawyer's office. I had to ride the bus because I didn't have a car. Then I had lunch at a drug store with a little diner. This big fat lady with tons of blue eye shadow decided to join me in the booth and yapped the whole time. I was 18 and just not ready for the working world. Especially when I was only making 93 cents an hour!

    Best of luck in your new job. Enjoy it.


  5. ira Says:

    *sam* I am anyway unable to veiw your blog from office, so I'm not sure if the link will work. Thanks though!

    *Sandi* That must have been an experience never to forget!! :) Loved your pics with your father! Made me feel warm in my stomach! *eyes gleaming* Makes me want to capture more moments with mine.


  6. Urjit Says:

    hmmm..been a week since dat.. havnt heard nething since..seems they're keepin u 'rookies' engrossed..u kno where to read my entires, happy to tell u am back amongst words


  7. ira Says:

    *urjit* I am sure the words welcomed you with open minds! Nai, I was actually out of station! :D Will be a regular visitor now...


  8. ira Says:

    *urjit* I am unable to leave comments on your blog. Change your privacy settings.
    I neverthles did vote for the Taj Mahal. A priceless wonder being commercialised does make one tad morose, but it deserves to be recognised internationally.