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A Frosty Memoir- By Jibin Mathew
A Frosty Memoir
What more can we possibly ask from Frost?
This is the type of vibe that I always longed for, and Kochi has been kind enough to set this up for me in Bangalore; as an Intern. Life at Frost I believe was my baby step in achieving the ultimate Nirvana (successful corporate geek). Never have I ever come across people so welcoming, appreciative and succoring. Not only did you three framed my support system beyond the walls of Frost & Sullivan but also as a travelogue at the time of crisis by directing me and buoying me up by reassuring and containing my leaking positive vibes when inside office. For the small things you said/offered, such as, "go take a walk, you've been sitting for a long time", "Chal bey kitna kaam karega, break le BC", "Come to the den, we've got to hunt food", " Hey baby, chocolate?", "mukka mar du kya tereko", "tera sambhar mei leta hu, tu doosra order kar" and most importantly- "what happened Jibs, you need a hug?"
We all joined this wonderful place expecting an additional one line on our CV but time's been generous to us by sculpting memories in our that can be cherished for a lifetime. Every moment spent with you guys is value time and I can't ask for anything better than those. Kicking off the day at the Ajantha by pulling Vishi's leg and ending the day pulling it more; it will be missed. Being indecisive over ordering the food online or going to Mittal Towers remained as the prime problem for us more than the case studies. Savouring something new from the regular roti sabzi and ending up ordering the same showed the helpless side of internship. Our bond became thicker somewhere in between from gossiping over "Black Humour" to "Third world Country". This my dear, too will be missed. From sudden night-stay plans to night out party, from the flawed dance moves at ShakesBiere to the last day of Internship. These set of small events have definitely thickened the bond we share now. Seven years from now we probably won't be even remembering each other's name. You probably could be blabbering about your internship days at Frost to some newbie, but then these few moments that we have spent together will strike you then and will always bring a smile upon your wrinkling face. I can vouch for its oughtness. You people have been a part of my cheerful 60 of the 21900 days(approx.)
THANK YOU SO MUCH INTERNS