Taking Care of Customer – Burbank Airport

I was at Burbank Airport.  My airplane was already outside.  That’s when I opened my notebook computer and saw an email from one of our customers.  A client sent us a small web design job.  I was on my vacation, but this job was something I could do very quick.  I didn’t want to bother my co-workers.  My coworkers are better at programming (geeks).  I’m the one who can do web design tasks fast, so…

I started to work on the job with my notebook computer as people started to get on board.  My family members started to call my name.  I was running out of time, but I knew I could pull this off.  Suspense was killing me, but it was fun to work against clock like this.  I felt like I was in a movie, dismantling a bomb.  Finally, the job was completed, I sent an email to the customer, and I shut down my computer.

As I walk through the gate, I checked email with my iPod one last time and saw this message. (pic. below)

I was happy to receive this email.  I felt like I just saved the world with my web design skill.  I told my family members about what I just did.  I told them that my customer was impressed at me.  But, they were too busy getting on the airplane.  They didn’t seem to care.  :(

I don’t play video games.  Web design is plenty fun.  I seldom work under this kind of time constraint.  And I enjoy that stress.

Anyway, I was satisfied.  It was going to be a cool vacation.  Bing~!

I shot a video with my pocket camera as we were leaving Burbank  (sorry, no audio).