Office Moving

i’m dead tired. today, we’d been carrying cabinets, heavy packs of letters and baskets up and down the compassion staircase. now my muscles are just groaning for a massage and my eyelids for a good night rest.

we were moving/ shifting places within the office because of the organization’s structural change. i won’t waste your time by explaining it here but we all hope that this new structure will be for the better. alas, i will miss a lot of my sds (sponsors and donors service) staff who all moved to the 1st floor. 😦 good news, though, we had one new roommate, Kwan the PR.

exhausted and muscle-wearied i may be, but my heart is filled with contentment and thankfulness just seeing everyone, including our country director, invested their energy and strength to do this together. not very often do we get to have a whole day off carrying and moving stuff. πŸ™‚

i know i’ve said it before, but may i say it again that “i love compassion”.

the heaviest table in the office

our country director. he was saying, "what we need now is a laborer not a photographer." of course, he was joking. πŸ™‚

girls worked as hard as boys today


About Mink Gough

"No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined the things that God has prepared for those who love him." 1 Corinthians 2:9 View all posts by Mink Gough

3 responses to “Office Moving

  • Isaac

    That’s awesome mink! It’s good to see the entire office working together to get the office into shape! I wish I could work in such a casual and cool setting just like that! I hope you’re doing well =)

  • Sharon

    Thanks for the pictures, it was great to see everyone working so hard as I know they do at the compassion office there. I can visualize everyone moving about and working with the love they all have for their jobs and the work Compassion does there in Thailand. I have been to the Compassion office there 2 times and never to the one in the US.
    It was so uplifting to see the love you all have for the children in Thailand. Miss seeing you. Tell Ying, Yui, “HI” for me.

  • Juli Jarvis

    Oh! Now I have to try to picture all of you in different settings than what I saw last month! πŸ™‚

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