Saya tahu badan saya sangat penat. Otak saya lagi la penat. Tapi semangat kena kuat. Walaupun ada je orang nak pull me down.
Badan sudah sakit-sakit. Memang saya sangat amazing. Dua orang teman serumah sudah dapat flu. Selalunya saya yang kena dulu. Tapi kali ni alhamdulillah. Berjaya tidak mendapat flu itu hingga ke huruf terakhir dissertation. Sakit badan itu pasti. Sengal belakang tu sampai tahap buat-buat tak tahu. mata tiba-tiba bloodshot, berjaya dikurangkan semasa girls day out. Right. It proves that shopping is theraphy and heals one’s sickness.
So, the battle goes on. How to save a life? I just move along and few people who cares and keep on asking about me, makes me go on. Unbelievably, miracle happened. Even I myself was quite proud, because I did not make any sense previously. I was doing mixing and matching. I was so blur and disorganised. I was a wreck. But thanks. He showed me guidance and send helpers. If I deserve it, I do.
So I went to Roborugh surgery. Went to see nurse Margo again. Doctor Brodribb is quite busy I reckon. Or he just does not want to see me? His hand was full? So yeah. The rain was pouring heavily from dark sky above. I was cold and alone.
I told Margo, I thought I got myself tonsil. I barely can speak. Swallowing my own saliva is like eating rocks. Oke. Rocks are exaggerated. Pebbles. Kalau menguap, rasa macam ada tumor je kat dalam tekak. And then my hand, is like Doraemon’s this morning. Don’t tell me how to clasp. Luckily I don’t handle knife or blades. Basically, my hand is chubby. Happened before but ignored and allow self-healing. Whatever.
Diagnosis: My throat was a bit pink. My body temperature was slightly high but not worrying. My ears are OK. My gland is OK. My lips are fuller (Imagine Angelina Jolie people). My hand is chubby, but cute. I can’t believe this as well but Margo said, my hand is swollen because I type too much. Huh. Geek la sangat. Yes. I got response like “Astaghfirullah “. Huu~~ my broken back needs to get laid (check the dictionary. there are 66 definitions for ‘lay/laid’) Thankyouverymuch. Aite. time to get rest.
I wonder why you read this entry to the end. This is a rant. Hahah.
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ainee: i nk bc quotation from Dewsbury, Moon J.
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Uh oh. A QDB about quotation. Coolness. Lantak ko la Alin ngan those movie quotations. I’m still stuck with Twinkle the little star (my dissy is about nursery rhymes remember?). Adeh. Ganbate Ainee!!
Don’t forget to read Alin’s piece as well. Malas nk cross entry. Sepah lak nanti. Hikhik.
PS: All the orang putih names mentioned are renowned authors in TEYL (teaching english to young learners). Their quotations are widely used in our assignments.
But even as he continues to chat about today’s successes, past memories keep intruding. Dempsey has never been a quitter — refusing, for example, to let dyslexia destroy his acting dreams — and even during the stagnant ’90s, he never thought of packing it in.
“I had no choice but to succeed,” he remembers. “I had to keep at it. I went back to school.”
He kept missing out on parts but he persevered. “I would work on every audition as hard as possible with a coach — I wanted to improve — and that became my school.”
Renowned directors and producers of enormously successful animated films such as Chicken Run and Curse of the Were Rabbit will be presented with honorary degrees from the University of Exeter at the graduation ceremony of University College Plymouth St Mark & St John. The ceremony takes place on Friday 16 November at the Plymouth Pavilions when over 500 graduates will be presented with their degrees. Read more.
There are numbers of people who choose to be students, which means more competition. Less chances and opportunities. More stress and work to do. Thank you to Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology from Kansas State University (KSU) for the brilliant video.
There comes a point in your life, when you’re officially an adult. Suddenly, you’re old enough to vote, drink and engage in other adult activities. Suddenly, people expect you to be responsible, serious, a grown-up. We get taller, we get older. But do we ever really grow up?
AND IN THE END
In some ways we grow up; we have families… we get married, divorced… but for the most part we still have the same problems that we did when we were fifteen. No matter how much we grow taller, grow older, we are still forever stumbling… forever wondering, forever… young.