Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Work Late

Work late means hardworking? Perhaps I am. But too bad I am not.

I am happy to work late today as hubby will help me to fetch my elder princess from school. So I have chance to stay back at office.

Too many work awaiting me to process. I know I should concentrate to settle my outstanding works. But I rather use the time to complete my part time assignments since I am not entitle to overtime claim.

I know, I am not a good employee.


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