Months of silence and patience finally come to an end. Oh, happy I am! Excited, I am. Though a little worry and uncertain about the coming future, I guess I am ready to take up the new challenges ahead. Yes, I am officially transferred!
It marks a turning point of my working life. Definitely! I will have to start everything anew. New skills, new teammates, new supervisor, new environment, new pressures, new customers, new... new new! Ah, 'new' seems so beautiful at times.
It's funny just now I actually feel a little sad to have to let go all the current projects or assignment I have in hand. And to hand over my (just realized) beloved customers to my other teammates, I kinda feel sad and reluctant to let go. It's like giving my babies away. OK, a little exaggerating, but almost the same feeling. You see, I put my greatest efforts in every projects and serve my every clients whole-heartedly. Some of them even have become my good friends now, and they trust me. Not that I don't believe my colleagues who will take over my place will not be as good as I am, but to let go of all the things I build up with my bare hands, it's just a little difficult for me.
Not only that, I suddenly have more interest and more motivated to do my work and to ensure that my works are done before I hand over to my teammates. Maybe because this will be my last time to do this same old job. Writing email, typing meeting minutes, performing testing with users, attend to user's request, even answering to user's call is a little bit more interesting than usual.
Oh receiving an email from my supervisor asking me to start doing the hand over, I happily list down all my current tasks/job, customers I support and all the other remaining ad hoc assignment I have in hands. To my surprise, I have handled so many things, alone! While feeling a little proud of myself, I wonder how my teammates are gonna survive. Surely they will have to suffer for a few months to get used to the extra workloads. Oh I am so having the feeling that they will certainly curse me in the coming future. Oh well, why should I care?!
Now that I will be leaving the team soon. Very soon, indeed. I have got to finish all my unfinished work in hands. I shouldn't leave a whole mess to my colleagues. Part of me feel a little guilty that all my jobs/works will have to be bear by my teammates; Another part of me is laughing out loud that finally I will be free to soar higher!!! Oh, and I just heard that my team is starting to hire new staff. Bless 'em!