Growing accustomed to my job; The scope, the work, the schedule and such.
Not been able to update as regularly though because on the days in which I don’t work, it rains and I end up doing other stuff.
However, the Christmas period is quickly approaching and I hope I have the time to shoot some stuff.
Some pics of the work desk, it’s basically the same, just messier; Slowly becoming like my desk at home, which has a TV now for watching DVDs which I borrow from the library.
These are interactive books for kids, will be bringing them out later in the week to see how interactive it is with children.
I brought most of my unused nendos to my office table. I still have around 6-7 more to bring!
Colorful and pretty, just the way I like it!
Got a buyer for the LX5. I keep it in the office though, just in case I need to take some pictures of the outreach activities. Considering setting up a page/blog with a twitter account for my department next year! Exciting times ahead!
A spare Gumako because I know that the current one will be destroyed in a year with all the travelling she’s doing.
Coasters which I don’t bear to use. I spilled coffee on Mato earlier this year and went ):
When I was still a student a couple of years back, I wanted to be a teacher. Unfortunately (or should I say fortunately) it did not happen. This job is pretty ideal though!
Drossel with Cute behind. 2 of my favourite figmas.
Cant wait for the figma, Juno 13 to come out next year. Ordered 3 of the figmas of her just incase!
Cute taiga picture in the background is by chun, can’t remember if it’s last year or the year before that. She sends me really nice cards. She’s one of the few “e-friends” whom I hope to meet one day!
Twin angel mouse pad. It’s a little too small and too smooth for the mouse provided by the office. Gonna bring another mouse pad in sometime next week.
I used to use my cutting board as a mousepad at home before I changed to an oppai one. I probably would do the same here.
I guess one of the most rewarding part of the job, is to work with special needs children.
Working with children is one of my passions; something that takes precedence over what I do here on this blog with Japanese pop-culture.
I smile everyday when I reach my office desk (: