Or well, potentially good news. The Supply Chain leader of my company approached me this morning asking whether I would be interested in a new position in the company.
She was planning on promoting the current Customer Focus Team Leader Assistant to a position within the Supply Chain team so I’ll essentially be taking over her position.
I told her that I would be interested and I don’t have any background, but I would love to learn more about the position.
I am happy, but I am also a bit distraught? I always saw myself going into writing/publishing, marketing, public relations, communication or the likes, but I’m currently in the Contract Manufacturing industry and it doesn’t seem like I can get myself out of it.
I appreciate the opportunity. Should I take it and see where it takes me? I mean it has to be better than my current position where I sit and stare at my computer half of the day.
aliveatdusk asked: Eeeehehe I love your Sungyeol scenario! :D SO CUTE! And Happy Mardi Gras!
Thanks! ^ //////// ^;;; I’m glad you like it! Happy Mardi Gras!
… excuse to eat extra sweets today. >D
IZZO @ San Jose, CA: Green Tea Shaved Ice with condensed milk, mochi, grass jelly and some other jelly.. that I couldn’t really tell.
I am aware I am going backwards, but who says you can’t eat desserts first right? No, we did not eat the shaved ice first. I can assure you.
I split this massive bowl of shaved ice with my friend and it was pretty delicious. They were very generous with the condensed milk. The green tea flavor came across very subtly. There’s a light milky texture to the entire dish, but I wonder if that’s just from the condensed milk or whether the ice itself was originally a milky texture.
The pricing is just about average for shaved ice ($6.95) around this area. I would come back for the shaved ice just because the location is convenient. Much better than driving all the way to Fremont (Snowflake Teahouse) and fighting for seats. You guys know what I mean… that place gets packed at night.