Yes, finally I am going home!!
Haha, there I was writing a post in my message board saying that I have no time to update my blog anymore, a thought dawned upon me that I shouldn't abandon this blog just like this. (Read: irresponsible and undetermined) I can still remember how erratic I am when it comes to blogging - not blogging for a full month, then one post per day for the next month. :P It's no wonder that the number of readers I have is dwindling.
To begin with, my exams ended on 15 November, but on that day, the reason I felt happy was not because of the redeemed freedom. I had a fantastic celebration for something else on that day, and you know, the end of exams just doesn't compare with the joy of this. I kinda regretted over the day because I didn't make much preparation for that particular day, but the event turned out wonderful. I know that the better is always in store in the future, so I will just work hard for the next time.
Damn it, if anyone has been online for the last few weeks, they would have seen my nick called "X days to Nasi Lemak". I have been craving for Nasi Lemak since last month, when I stumbled upon the wikipedia article about Nasi Lemak. Sigh, the worst thing about reading that article is not the description, it is the pictures that is so alluring. Tell me, how can one resist looking at this picture when you are away in Melbourne? And if this is not bad enough, what about, another sorethroat attack before going back?!!
Sigh. Now that the packing is finished, I am here writing the blog post in this corner for the last time - where I sat for endless of online conversations and routine reading. Where I write almost every single post of this blog since I came to Melbourne. The feeling is kinda mixed.. on one hand I am so eager to go home and enjoy my three-month holidays; on the other hand I feel so reluctant to leave here. The apartment, the people, the friends... I want to go home, yet I don't want to leave...
Things have changed, I would say, but I am running out of time to tell the stories now... I will keep everyone updated when I am back, and I look forward to visiting friends like Winson, Yee Pin, Swee Sing etc after months of separation. And this is only one of the many plans I have for this wonderful holidays.
Au revoir, Melbourne! I shall be back soon. See you later.
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Yes, finally I am going home!!
Monday, November 14, 2005
Exam is almost over, tomorrow I am going to write the last 3 pieces of essay in this year... The past week has been rather gruelling for me, all the fault of not doing proper revision in the past 3 months. :P
In my boring schedule of HP revision, I stumbled upon this interesting blogthings - "How Boyish or Girlish Are You". Throughout years, rumours abound that I am not as guyish as a guy should be, as partly acknowledged by my close one in her teasing and
acqueisceing acquiescence. While I shall remain totally defiant of this false accusation, I decided to have an honest go at this simple test to show my masculinity.
Oh yea, so I saw the questions, and it's quite simple and straightforward. It seemed to me that some of the questions are common to both genders, not attributable to a particular sex. Eerm, so *pick pick pick*, and out.
And I have got this result:
|You Are 50% Boyish and 50% Girlish|
You are pretty evenly split down the middle - a total eunuch.
Okay, kidding about the eunuch part. But you do get along with both sexes.
You reject traditional gender roles. However, you don't actively fight them.
You're just you. You don't try to be what people expect you to be.
Heck, see, I am 50% masculine!
p/s: The above rambling is just some signs of a syndrome called HP frustration. It is going to resolve in 28 more hours, and yes, this post is not interesting at all. So blame me not if you felt that you could have spent your time more meaningfully, like reading 50 things you could do in the exam. Have fun!