I'm over and done with my interview! *deep breaths* I thought it didn't went well, like I kinda screw up a bit hee..knowing me la. At first the interview started off in BM but my BM teruk la so I answered in BM and English (Because it's TESL, why would I need to speak in BM).
But he said,"Lain kali, kalau ditanya dalam BM sila cakap dalam BM ya. Kita nak menghormati bahasa ini."
Uh huh. Right. It's Malaysia after all what was I thinking.
But anyway, it's over. and I'm glad it passed. Now all I gotta do is wait for the results in July. And now it's not up to them to decide, but up to God.
boink boink..American idol is the Scotty dude! Ok lah give face, he's good-looking and a mommy's boy, what's not to like?
The thing about me is I'm easily contented, but the contentment is usually short-lived. You give me the nicest food/clothing in the world and I'll be happy, so happy, thinking that life is awesome, but after a week, nahh the contentment sizzled off.
Just saying. :)
Behold, my lovely piano ! Nice onot. You better say it's nice k, it's almost antique 'cause it's kinda old & the wood is not like other pianos. It's brown (instead of black), it does not have that icky shilax (however you spell it. I don't really like pianos that are black and shiny. So not classy) and the wood is smooth. love my piano to bits.
Since my good&nice boss picks me up daily to work, I play the piano while waiting for him to come. And believe me, in the quietness and serenity of early mornings, where fresh air flows in, I got so many ideas on how to play songs, like how to add a augmented 7th to this chord, play a slow church hymn in syncopated timing and all that.
And I truly enjoyed it. That's where I feel contented.
Now that I'm working, I've been keeping myself busy instead of just bumming. My job so far is pretty all right but challenging 'cause I gota learn new stuff like how to upload images to websites and all that. It's a new thing but so far it's doable, all by God's grace. ;)
I don't even have time for myself, except weekends. By that I meant just chilling at home, listening to music, being lazy, practicing piano, blogging a decent post and whatnot. So I'm gona treasure my weekends like no other. ;)
Little knick-knacks like these make you more appreciative of the things that you once took for granted.
P.s. I am trying to get back my mojo for driving! Seems to be working so far.
Have a great weekend.
* Oh! Gravity is one of my favourite Switchfoot songs.
Time to end my life as a bummer because I finally, finally got myself a job! :) *pats self* I'll be starting tmr.
Yeap, after four solid months of bumming at home a friend from church offered me a job to be an intern in her company. Basically what I need to do is just to update websites, input stuff innit, check stuff etc... be her asst. It was just outa the blue when we were having MAM meeting and I duno how it got there when I was offered ze job.
Initially I planned not to work until uni comes in Sept, but since this job opportunity came along, so I thought ok lah why not just take it instead of slothing at home. Imagine ; if I didn't take the job I'll be slothing for 9 months then suddenly, a rude awakening ; Uni has arrived! Thus begin the bombardment of assignments and whatnot and me not being able to catch up coz sloth too much, which will result in low grades.
Don't know what to expect, but one thing I know is to always have a positive attitude towards things. And quoting from another friend's blog, God always want to push us out of our comfort zones.
Here I go, stepping out of my comfort zone. It's uneasy, but look at it from a different perspective--in the long run maybe this working experience will help me in a way.