Computer Training and Shopping

Mouse_pink_1I am supposedly off for three days starting today but I had to attend a training on the hospital computer systems for two days. So I ended up having only a day off, which will be on Friday.


The speaker in the training program is a Filipina. She spoke very slowly so I felt sleepy the whole day. But I managed to absorb what she taught us. I had a headache in the afternoon after trying to remember what all those buttons were for.


Roger, Miller and I decided to go to Carrefour, which is the nearest mall from the hospital. We were dismissed early (about 5pm) so we thought there was not much to do in our respective units, since the three of us doesn’t have TV nor internet access.


We ate first at McDonald’s before roaming inside the mall. I saw a lot of clothes that I might buy when salary comes, though I was still thinking twice as to whether I was just trying to waste money or not.


I ended up buying stuffs for the house, and some food stocks.


Home by 9pm.

3 Responses to “Computer Training and Shopping”

  1. June 22, 2011 at 4:51 am

    I wonder how it feels like earning a real salary. When I think of it, I always think I could buy whatever I want. But when I see my parents, I can’t help but put aside those things and promise myself that I would help get my brothers through college first. I guess shopping would have to wait!


  2. June 24, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    good thing mga needs yung una mong binili.. yung wants can wait naman diba ?


  3. 3 kat
    June 28, 2011 at 7:46 am

    Thanks for reporting lol….hehehe buti di ka pala gastador…


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