The amazing thing
Was not how I fell asleep with all the lights still on, but how I slept for 7 hours straight and woke up on my own (I didn't even get to set the alarm clock) at 610am Singapore time.
I feel like I can sleep for another 8 hours but I'm here to work, so..
I have a slightly swollen left eye though. Hope it doesn't get worse.
Finally, a Skype session where we actually interacted lol. Not crying or ignoring me.
She smiled, waved, gave me her flying kisses, saranghaeyos, and tried to pinch and squeeze the screen when I asked her to pinch my nose and squeeze my face.
She kept snatching the phone away from her Daddy, putting it on her ear and talking gibberish to me. 😍
It's a wrap!
20:30 Japan time.
I'm in the airport limousine bus now, on my way to catch yet another red eye flight.
I should be able to see the hubs before he goes to work, and hopefully spend some time with the bubs before I leave for the airport again.
I haven't packed for the next trip! And I have back to back meetings from 930am to 3pm fml.
So much to do, so little time.
This new assignment has been exciting and eye-opening so far.
I'm taking my boss' advice to "focus on learning" so I keep the stress level under control.
The job title is a heavy responsibility, and I do worry about not performing up to expectations.
At this stage, I'm telling myself that I'm still finding out what the expectations are. And I need to remain calm and patient as I do that.
I'm already seeing the difference between working with people I respect and look up to, as compared to that with people I don't.
It's just more positive and uplifting, and it matters, at least to me.
Though I do hope that the traveling would slow down after the initial few months.
So-so late dinner before boarding.
Sneaked in a Skype session in the lounge. 😁
Can't wait to go home!