Sunday, February 26, 2012

Never gonna be alone

For the wonderful friends I'm blessed with, I thank you Lord. It's always good to know that there would be someone by your side through thick and thin, laughter and pain. I may not be the best friend in the world but I'd do my everything if you ever need me. 

For the friends who have become strangers now, I hope someday we'll be good again. I do not know when but I do hope miracle would come.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Leaving you behind soon

membership card with daddy's name being wrongly spelled *sigh*

I will definitely miss going to this dance class once I leave UK. Mary, Pitt, Billy, Jane and the other familiar faces. I'll miss you guys too. Sorry that I won't be seeing you guys in these 4 weeks. But I promise I'll be there again after I'm done with my dissertation. Till then, enjoy dancing! I'll catch up on the steps once I'm back on the dance floor.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

I'm into you

Miss B
3rd year student
Currently in a relationship with Mr Dissertation
Entering Chapter 3 of the relationship
Passionate about Autism and Language Learning
Expecting break up on 23rd March 2012

Friday, February 3, 2012

Diary of a cleaner

It's been 8 months since I started a part time job as a cleaner in Plymouth Uni's Faculty of Health. Didn't really realise it has been that long already and I'm leaving this job soon, in May. I love cleaning, so I don't really find any problems doing it. Let's see what I like and dislike about this job so far.

What I like:
  • The building is very near. It's in the campus itself and takes only 3 minutes from my house.
  • The toilet is not wet like in M'sia thus not too yucky to clean
  • Got to meet friendly lecturers (Mostly Doctors & Professors) & good looking Paramedic & Optometrist
  • Our level and cupboard are the cleanest and tidiest (mintak puji hihi
  • That cute smile from Mr Optometrist. Opppss
  • Got to mingle with British more
What I dislike:
  • The British colleagues are lazy bums. Their messy cupboard just doesn't reflect themselves as cleaners.
  • It's unfair when they do less but still get the same pay at the end of the month.
But whatever. I love cleaning and it's my very first job experience in my whole life. And yes if you ask me, it is a very nice feeling at the end of the month when you see some amount has been paid into your account, your hard-earned money :)

 my colleagues:
Back: Kate, Lisa (supervisor), Sabby
Elisha, Carl, Reggie
Not in the pic: Kerrie

2 Malaysians & 4 British/ Plymouthian 

 Me cleaning the toilet

 Me hovering the corridor
Imagine I have to hover all the way through down there.

It's her last day at work today :( 

Sabby's leaving pressie, a frame of our Xmas dinner's photo

*All photos courtesy of Sabby*

Being a part-time cleaner is not bad after all. At least I get the experience :))

Thursday, February 2, 2012

In which I have to decide

Between attending big bro's wedding or to stay longer and return to Malaysia for good, along with other friends. If I give up the wedding, I'd miss the family gathering. Everyone's gonna be there. How sad. And if I decide to return a lot earlier to Malaysia, I'd miss the chance to enjoy my very last moment here. I'm not certain if I would have another chance to revisit UK in the future. Might as well use the opportunity to spend a little bit quality time here. Travelling to other European countries sound cool!  

But I secretly wished I could have both but it seems miracle refuses to come my way. Either way I have to give up one. And I think I've decided now that I'm gonna stay and go back together with the rest. I wouldn't want to be all alone in a 14-hour journey ever again. Once is enough, trust me.

So, I wouldn't be attending the wedding then. Sorry big bro. Really wish I could be there witnessing your big day.