Tuesday, November 11, 2008

wish me luck...

Wish me luck…
Yesterday I went to Makati to submit my resume at UN (not the avenue, the organization) office. My filthy bag was checked by the guards upon entering the building and I was instructed to register at the lobby to get my ID pass which has the bar code for the UN office doors. After filling out some information on the registration sheet, the receptionist immediately made a call to the UN office saying that I was coming. It’s on the 30th floor. The pressure was tingling on my ears as looked at the buttons of the elevator. And then the door opened up and I saw two security guards standing perpendicular to the mirror-like floor. There were two gateways for entrance and one for exit –both have scanner, and an ergonomic conveyor X-ray scanner for the luggage. It felt that I was going to an airport with their high security system. The guards asked about the intent for coming and with my purpose, the guard escorted me to the door. I placed my ID on the bar code reader and the door opened up. The office was very tidy and quiet with pictures and paintings of children nailed on the plain, white wall. I walked absently to the left wing of the office wherein there’s a glass window. There were few people present on the office; three – the number of persons I saw. I hushed against the circle hub of the glass window and a friendly-looking 30-something lady responded to me. I told her that I am volunteering to any sub-organization of UN. She told me about the UNICEF, UNAIDS, and FAO. After a short talk, I handled over my resume to her and I bid goodbye with great hope ushering on my heart.
Wish me luck…
I am really excited to work or to volunteer under the UN organization, it’s actually a dream. Volunteer work reminds me of my college life experiences as a Social Science researcher. It was on my freshman year that I decided to work in exchange for a scholarship endowment. The experience was really remarkable plus the additional allowance on every on-filed research, he he he. My most memorable experience was when I had a research about the landfills and trash scavengers. I had a mini-voice recorder,a pen and paper in my data gathering for a week direct exposure. The contact was under the crisp of sunshine and foul-smelling atmosphere; corresponding on top of a 5-foot landfill. The experience was really life-changing and it definitely gave a new purpose in my life, that’s why I went to UN yesterday to actualize a part of that purpose.
Wish me luck…


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25 comments:

Amorgatory said...

OMG!based!!!

Amorgatory said...

WEE nagbased lang me pre,lol.. as in UN ave,hahah.anyways, goodlcuk pare, matutupad yun, kasi nakikinig din si Santa,lol.It was a good thing na u decided mag volunteer, nakakgaan sa puso yung youre doing something for these people who needs your help, kahit lang sweldo nawawala na yung pagod mo, pagnakita mo na may mga masasayang mukha dahil sa pagtulong mo.aw!Goodluck!and Godbless, pray pray lang.

kosa said...

i wish you good luck and ill prya for you..di mo natatanong close kami ni lord...

Ana Cristina said...

I wish you good luck!!!

OR said...

good luck and God bless Sun! :)

faye said...

GOOD LUCK SUNNY!
hehe
nakita ko sarili ko sayo when i went to German Embassy without my husband. SOLO as in Solo wala akong kaalam alam bitbit lahat ng documents..tingin sayo alien daming dadaanan.

chubskulit said...

Goodluck sunny, I'm sure you'll get it, ikaw pa ORAGON! Proud of you for doing volunteer work..

sunny said...

Amor, maraming salamt,hehehe! nkbased,hehehe. yep, Santa's watching kaya nmn good boy ako,hehehehhee! sana madaming gifts,lol

araw araw said...

kosa thanks for droppin by....and salamt. wow close, ayus yan!That's really good! thanks bossing!

Filthyroom said...

Or, salamt pala sa song, rinig mo b BG ko?hehehehehehe! salamt mam OR!

sunny said...

ana cristina, many thanks for droppin by......thank you for the good luck u gave to me!!!!

araw said...

ahahaha Faye, yep pero ang sarpa ng feeling noh?lol! wahahaha! feeling mo rin alien ka,hehehehehe!

FR said...

ROSE, idol,hehehe! maramim salamt sa pgibista, nabasa ko man kaya un journal mo kabayan,astig ka!!! kaw certified ORAGON!

marites1034 said...

wow! am impressed. sana nga, you got the post. will pray for that..nainggit tuloy ako. I've been wanting to do some volunteer din kasi. btw, I got a tag for you here

ezekiel13 said...

May God bless you for all your good intentions. I believe in God's blessings rather than luck. So, I prayed for you to get what your heart desires.

Emilia SP said...

may god bless u, i hope you're always success everytime n everywhere.goodluck !

Emilia SP said...

hii...may god bless you !

OR said...

hehe! nice sun! nice song ;)
kaka lubb dubb ung song

araw said...

marites thanks po!!!maramign salamt din sa tag!!!! take care Martites

sunny said...

Emilia, many thanks for the comment, God Bless you too......

sunny said...

I strongly agree ezekiel, it's God's blessings not luck. Many thanks Ezekiel! Thanks!!!

- iNgChiA - said...

All the best! You're awesome!! :D

spiky said...

gee awe owe dee ehl hue cee kay!!!

balitaan mo na lang kami sa resulta.

:)

sunny said...

ingchia many thanks!!!!! GOD BLESS YOU

filthyroom said...

spiky!!! musta! youre back!hahahahahaha!