I dreamt that a friend of mine bumped into me on Swanston St. We talked about how we've been.
She told me she had turned vegan and she had broken up with her boyfriend because she was Christian and he was Catholic and it was just going nowhere.
The next thing I know, we're both in my kitchen, frantically making millions (well, it seems like millions) and millions of jelly in various moulds.
And then I woke up.
What Do I Do?
As much as I've been trying to have a positive outlook in life, I have to admit that there really isn't much to do in Batu Pahat.
As a result, I've fallen back into my PS2 stupor and have been sleeping 11 hours a day because there's just nothing to do
Of course, I could
study. But I just haven't had the motivation.
On the plus side, I suppose it's better to feel bored than to be stuck studying for exams right now.
I'm currently doing an assignment about why the public sector of dentistry have workforce problems.
Personally, it's all about the money.
Labels: Dental School
I can't get over it. I've been looking at bags, more bags and more bags the entire day.
I want more bags!!
Now that the French Open is over (Nadal won! After years of supporting the eventual losers I have finally managed to pick the winner!) I suddenly realize that my life is meaningless. Suddenly there's just nothing to do.
I went to Malacca yesterday in the hope that I would see some things that were worth buying. Bought a couple of tops and that was it. A pair of Gucci sunnies caught my eye.
Me: *squinting* Omg, it's RM320
?!!! That's IMPOSSIBLE.
Dad: Don't be ridiculous. It's RM1320.
Me: ....Oh. *sulk*
On the other hand, as my end of term present from me to me, I bought a Gucci portfolio for myself. I love it - even if everybody who has come in contact with it and the knowledge of how much it costs has pronounced my act as either insanity or plain...well..craziness.
I don't care.
Can't find the energy to take a photo of it and put it up here. But it's basically a plain Gucci portfolio with the monogram and brown trimmings.
Have I scared away all possible potential suitors?
I've been lying on the couch every night watching French Open for the entire week.
I find the commentator's comments sometimes highly amusing.
"Nadal shoots a death stare
to Djokovic to remind him he's staying right where he is."
"He just buries
the ball into the court."
"Amid menancing glares
, he seems to be pulling through."
"Ah... the dampener on Djokovic's racket has a smiley face!"
"Talk about obsessive compulsive disorder - Nadal must place his water bottle exactly onto the ring where it was every time."
I am supporting Nadal to win this year and as for the Women's, not particularly fussed as I like both Henin and Ivanovic.
I managed to knit one full sleeve of a cardigan I'm working on during the Men's semifinals last night. Very pleased.
I knitted this scarf for my cousin a couple of months ago. It was in plain garter so it was a really quick knit. It took me 3 hours in front of the tv.
Love the colors. My cousin picked the yarn and I did the rest.
I love quick projects.
Sorry for the increasingly dwindling posts. I'm just tired.
I guess in a sense there is nothing to say in my life. Well, there is - but I just can't be bothered to pen it down.
Lately I've been trying to get everybody around me optimistic about life. I realize now that so often we focus on all the bad things that are happening to us that we forget the many great things that are happening at the same time.
Therefore I've decided to start a gratefulness diary just to record the many things that I have to be grateful for in my life.
OMG Dental Girl must be going crazy. But trust me - it's great to end your day counting your blessings.
My friends finally persuaded me to join Facebook, which turned out to be a very addictive thing. It has also been sort of an eye opener.
My friends have been leaving messages reminiscing about how I used to be - or what I used to do. It shows how far I have grown since those days. The one that struck me the most was what I said in orientation in 1st year. I said that I enjoyed collecting mp3s.
If I could do it all over again I would say that I love shoes, bags, sunnies, musical carousels, teddy bears, beachfront mansions and 1000 count egyptian cotton sheets.
How wide a gap there is between the me now and the me that I used to be.