26th September – ArchiTemp

The next two weeks will be spent working as a receptionist for an Architect firm.  It’s located in the Viaduct, and takes a bit of searching to find (it’s in the building behind a restaurant and very easy to miss), but made my way there with only a few small hiccups.

Once in, I’m immediately sent out to get pastries for morning tea – only to get back and find my supervisor had already done so on her way in (nobody minded having extra at least).

It becomes clear very quickly that I’m going to be looking for work like I was at my last job.  I’m covering a girl on annual leave who is also an interior designer.  My main jobs are opening the door, transferring the odd call, and preparing morning tea. Other than that I’m left to my own devices.  Case in point?  I wrote all these updated on Tuesday.

Least this office feels and looks nicer than the last one.  And mornings go by quickly thanks to most of my jobs being then.  Just need to stop looking so worried all the time (boss’s orders ^_^).

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About Batale

I am an aspiring writer - though since I haven't written anything original in about 2 years, so calling me a writer is like calling a man who makes dinner every night a 5 star chef. I started this blog to force me to write. From the 1st January 2013, I intend to update this blog every day. If nothing interesting happens, I'll write about something that does interest me, whether that is a movie, a book, something I've heard about, or even some of my stories growing up.
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