since im preparing for my IELTS test in a few weeks, i will be writing in standard English, which means less swear vocabs for you guys. well, suck it up, u can always continue reading the day after if u dozed off midway through.
so 2010 had gone past, leaving a lot of memories and emotions to remember. if you are one of my keen follower, religiously reading my blog week-in week-out, you surely well-informed of what sort of things i am talking about (and i can imagine how boring your life is to find my life interesting), nevertheless i am more than delighted to rewrite some of 2010 highlights, from memory, the good and the not-so-good one of course!
the good ones:
- met and spent a couple of month with the 2 newborns in Malaysia
- world cup 2010
- passed all the subjects, thus graduated.
- Harimau Malaya won the two titles.
- some bad-ass dude died
the sad/upsetting/less-happy ones:
- back-stabbed by project partner
- the diagnosis of one of the 2 boys
- got lost in the hills on Christmas day
- some good people passed away
i think you all can see that i am losing points to write on, and surprising enough, not many things happened throughout the year, which we nagged times and times about, are not significant at all to hang around in our cerebral cortex.
all in all, 2010 was a year which i had been over-cautious, study-wise especially, due to all the things that happened in the past 2-3 years. 2010 thought me to spend more times with family and friends, to appreciate little things around me(flat chested chicks? no not that kind of 'little things'). it was a challenging year full of possibilities, yet a very kind and humbling year in comparison to previous years. all praise to God the ever-perfect planner.
my plan for 2011 is to fulfil my IELTS test to the required level of achievement, to find a job, to find a wife, n hopefully get marry as soon as possible...
BECAUSE THE WORLD IS BLOODY DOOMED IN 2012! WAHAHAHAHAHA
ps: for those sponsored students, especially medic students, who finished their study in 2010, it is ethical for you to work in Malaysia . if u think working in Malaysia is hard, you can only imagine the hell others went through to fund your RM1,000,000 + cost of study abroad. it is not a choice, it is a responsibility.