Saturday, June 17, 2017

Birthday and Feelings

It is a great time to blog while I'm still free and unoccupied. Hees

My birthday was a great one. A day earlier before 9th June, my mom and I went for the Shakura Skincare treatment as mentioned before. The beautician was a nice lady and her service was good. She would gently inform me before putting a cold mask on my face and so on. The only problem was that it was a 2 hours treatment and halfway through, I wanted to go to the toilet so badly. I could not feel relaxed then and I could not move a muscle on my face since at that point, I was halfway through some sort of cold paste-like treatment applied on my face. What I did? I prayed for time to tick faster la. I tahan-ed. By the time the whole treatment was over, I was so happy and rushed to the nearest Aeon toilet. When I returned to the centre, I didn't know that my mom went off separately to the restroom too shortly after me. I waited..waited.. So did my mom's beautician. After about 15 minutes or more, I didn't know why it took my mom so long so I texted her. When my mom finally returned, like I'd expected, my mom's beautician started promoting their products and packages. We were in a rush as I had a dinner appointment with my friends later on. My mom and I decided to inform her that we'll think about it. After all, truthfully, we couldn't afford the treatment packages. It was expensive and on a long term basis. But the faces of the beauticians when they knew it was no, honestly, I started feeling a lil' sad deep down. Before we left, they gave us free Shakura product samples. My mom then took out a plastic and inside it was some wrapped items in newspaper. You could guess. Mugs/Cups. I asked my mom what are those for? My mom said she bought it for the two beauticians whom treated us since their service was so good la. At that moment, my heart felt a lil' warmth by mom's kind thoughts. That explains why she took so long to 'go to the toilet'. I passed to them those mugs and said it was from my mom besides thanking them for their good service. Initially, they declined. Instead, my beautician asked me to come back again. We convinced them to accept the small little gift. As we rush to leave Aeon, in the car, I was thinking about how I always thought free items are awesome. See, I felt the guilt then that free items, are they awesome? Not always true. I wondered how these beauticians were paid. If receiving free items and not securing any 'business' after that meant robbing off their livelihood / pays. I felt bad for them. Either way, it was a good first-time experience receiving these treatment. I also felt happier when I thought about my mom having given them something as a form of appreciation for their service. Mom's the best!

Okay, then, I rushed home to take a quick bath and left for dinner. Lee Mee, Ee Vern, Wan Siang and I had planned for a casual outing that night. Dinner and movie later afterwards. I was going to be a bit late due to the traffic jam so I texted Vern and called Lee Mee. When I reached there, surprisingly, Vern, Lee Mee and another friend showed up, Suet Leng. I thought she was not free to go out with us. After sitting awhile and the table was being set up, I drank the soup served at Daorae. Their soup is Yummy! by the way. Hehe. While in the midst of busy savouring the tasty soup, I felt all my friends either turning around or looking in a particular direction so I did the same la. Kepoh ma. Suddenly, I saw Kitkat and Wan Siang approaching me with a lit-ted candle on a cake. Aww. I was a bit stunned at that time (Kitkat, what are you doing here? was the thought in my head. She's from Malacca by the way). I was shocked til I was covering my face and bursting into heaps of laughter la. Suet Leng recorded the video of my surprised face and the next few reactions. All of them laughed when re-playing the video. Anyways, it was a surprise which I did not see it coming! After a filling dinner, we went to watch Baywatch. It had a lot of 18+ jokes/ moments la but overall, it was still quite nice and funny! That night, Kitkat and Vern stayed over at my house before I drop Kitkat off at the train station the next morning la. (Ohh, I found out that she actually had some things to settle at Kampar the next day too and all my friends had secretly worked out this plan to suit us all). Felt touched definitely.

The celebration did not stop there. Hees. Okay. It did, for a while. During the noon, I slept the entire time like a piggy. Old dee. In the evening, my parents took me out for dinner as a birthday treat. They asked me where I wanted to go, I thought why not go to where they want to go so yes, my cousin's lok lok shop. Paloh Lok Lok, so we had lok lok there and chit chatted with my uncle and cousin's family. Mmm. Felt thankful indeed.

Chatted on the phone with Elaine the next day as well. It has been ages since I catch up with her using the house phone (I think the last was in Form 6. hehee) so we chatted la since she was back in Ipoh. That evening pulak, I went out with Mae Jean to accompany her for dinner at McD. I had my supper and we continued to chit chat even more. That's why, my mouth that day moved non-stop. I felt I talked a lot with those two la. Hahaha. It was a happy day to catch up with these two peeps. :D I felt happy to have been able to catch up with my other friends on whatsapp, etc. those few days too. :))

Other than that, I have been lounging at home these past few days except Thursday where mom and I went out for the day. We went to Greentown, Parkson (a quick shopping for some clothes) and then off for lunch with my mom's girlfriends. Haha. I enjoy being with these aunties. They always have so much to say, agreeable sentiments and it's interesting sometimes to just sit there; listening to them talk even if I was not actually talking (which was not always the case. I was talking with them too). It isn't even a bore because one aunty always asked me 'Girl, you not bored ah hanging out with us?' She always thinks that their topics would bore me out. In fact, it was nice and fun to be with them. Hehees :D

Now for a much deeper thought, do you ever feel sad just looking at your parents? I did. After receiving a call for an interview on Wednesday, it suddenly occurred to me that yup, one month plus has passed in such a daze and I can't say that I enjoy being at home doing nothing sometimes too. At the same time, it made me aware of the time I had at home and I know one day I'll be leaving these two 'lovelies' at home. Hehehe. I can't help but worry and feel concern for them. Will they be alright? Will they be bored with the 3 of us siblings not around? These thoughts made me feel a sinking feeling when I think like that so I always pray and hope that they'll be alright, happy and healthy. I have not got the confirmation on the details of the interview so I've not informed them either. It feels sad to think that I'm / I'll be leaving home more permanently this time.

As for the rest, starting to feel lazy to connect my thoughts in connecting sentences now. Let it be disjointed if it comes to that. Heh. I watched The Mummy with my parents the other day. Ohnoo. They spoilt the fun-filled, funny and adventurous series into a dark, kinda scary-ish latest sequel. The first 30 minutes was pretty exciting for me and after a certain aeroplane scene, it went downhill from there laa. The plot became illogical and why, the creepy feel throughout the show. Another thing is with the latest movie trailers that has been coming out lately, why is it that the movies nowadays aren't stuck to one theme? Why would a director mix sci-fi with horror? Family and thriller? Its becoming a bit off as it leaves the movie with no clear set of direction for the film. Aiseh

Lastly, when I read the news about Nhaveen, I could not help but feel sympathy for him and his mother. What he has gone through. I read the first article during the midnight itself. I wasn't sure if it was the lack of sleep (the past few days of late nights up) or the article, which brought me to tears. I didn't cry but I felt tears in my eyes as I read the words brain-dead, burn marks and sodomized. The last news article that really affected me was one that read the custody battles over the children of the two mothers and their different faith/ religion husbands. That was a pretty long time ago. Heh. I remember one kdrama used to say news have two key aspects. Impact and facts. This must have been more of the impact side for me la.

I want to bake too. Everytime I look at pictures and recipes on the internet, I have the inspiration to bake and all. Yet, I do not have the proper tools, especially an oven. T.T I should learn to cook too. I don't even know how to cook a proper chicken.

Okay. I wrote so long in this post. It's meant to be kept as my diary so, if you sit through everything, that's amazing. I should prevent myself from nearing the keypads for now. So cheong hei. Hehehaa. Have a good weekend to everybody! :)

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Rambling

I had an enjoyable time with Ann Gie and Ee Vern today. We went out in the noon for yumcha at Purple Moon Lover cafe in Ipoh and I must say, the cakes, bread and pastries there all look really inviting. They serve Japanese food too and the place goes into my good books. A pleasant environment, pretty spacious and emm, air-conditioned?? Hehe. Unfortunately, the two mini cakes we tried didn't taste as good as it looks. Still, the appearance definitely makes up for the satisfaction as a whole. I don't mind going back again to try their other food next time. Maybe I should bring my mom along. :)

Tomorrow would be Round 2 and Friday Round 3. Yesh! Two weeks ago, I was scrolling through my Facebook homepage and some skincare product advertisement appeared on my laptop screen. It was celebrating its success as the most preferred choice of skincare among customers in Klang Valley area. I found out that they had a branch in Ipoh, Aeon Station 18 and the first 200 entries of new customers would be lucky winners to their treatment. So you know, how the word 'FREE' does wonders in our mind. So, Wala, register. Besides, I was testing to see if it was really genuine or not and if so, can I be that lucky. Hahah. Yup, so I received a call by Shakura twice. One for the appointment date, the other earlier today for a confirmation for tomorrow's session. The lady spoke in Cantonese and hah, I tried my best to answer her too. Thus, my mom and I will be entitled to a free facial, eye and neck treatment. Let's hope its nice. :) Ohh, I was the one who secretly registered for my mom and guess who was speaking on the phone as the mom? ME. HAHA. Thankfully, I had the thought to search the brand, stumbling upon the services/product reviews and found out that some branches may hard sell their product / packages. I guess free things do come with a catch! I googled and am glad I did that to 'prepare' myself and see how it goes. Plus, I don't actually buy skincare stuff or go for any skincare treatments so its my first try. hehehh

To deny the fact that I don't feel a little bit pressured to get a job is definitely not the truth. I guess applications are not easy and I'm now one of those graduates 'struggling' in the process. Praying for the best!

I'm going to ramble a bit more. About music. Specifically, a song that my friend liked and still likes I presume. Its called Issues by Julia *idk who. Haha. I never understood why the song was so nice for her. She was smiling as she told me its a relationship song. Besides the quite catchy tune, I could not relate. That was a quite a long time ago. Then yesterday, I came across Ashley Tisdale's cover with her husband, and ohh, that's when I started listening to the lyrics more closely as she sang line by line. I remembered my friend's conversation and pondered about the things she said about her boyfriend, or rather their relationship. It made me realized why the song was meaningful to her. I understood the lyrics better. In a viewpoint of a relationship, trust issues may occur. One may tend to overreact, be protective of the other and feel jealous and what not, and that's only because they are afraid to lose them. In the end, they still love each other selflessly for who they are, that's how I interpreted it. Especially when the lyrics was 'I can love you just like that', it suggests that there's no particular reason to love someone. Waa. Suddenly, I was a bit taken aback by the meaning. Although I don't know how a relationship works and opine that it should not be that way (I'd only find out la if i end up in one. hah), and also I think some relationships are like that but not all. The point is the song finally made sense to me. At least, the writer of the song must have touched the hearts of those who feel similarly like that (like my friend for instance. Haha).

I also watched the One Love Manchester concert by several artistes. The crowd was a good one indeed! Rather supportive and the best kind of feels when the crowd chimes in together and sings along at the right pitch. Occasionally, someone would break down in tears among the crowd and it is understandable. Some time ago, I saw comments that Justin Bieber lip-sync in a concert. Then I saw him performed in the Manchester one. Actually I thought he was not bad and it was definitely not lip-syncing.

Okies. Time to stop talking endless nonsense and sleep. Huu

Nights people

Monday, May 29, 2017

Another update

Results are out. I graduated. Yayy!

Heading down to KL this Thursday, up to Genting on Friday and back to Ipoh next Monday. Can't wait. hees :))

I think I have to say byebye to the YLA final round of interview. The first round of applications was easy so I thought why not give it a try? As I recall, I submitted my application right a day before the closing date prior to my finals. Heh, I should have been studying right? I know. Haha. Now, I feel a tad bit stuck between the two. A part of me says I want to make it, a part of me says its okay laa, don't need to. The reason is because it falls on this Saturday and I've always wanted to join a programme beyond my university boundaries, an outside organizer. At the same time, it clashes with my Genting trip and it would bring inconvenience (not to me but my family) to make it for the interview. Guess I'll not be going then, very likely. :/

Hoping also to get a decent job at an audit firm and planning to pursue my ACCA. I just want to get a firm that I'm happy to work for. Please make it happen!

Aside from the little voice in my head wishing to get a good job (and maybe researching further on ACCA classes), there's nothing much else to worry for now. I can hear my lecturer saying now, define good! Haha. It means to me in a personal perspective. In the meantime, I want to enjoy being at home and with my parents. So tadada

Going to eat zhong zi later for lunch. Yums

Monday, May 22, 2017

Bangkok and Styles

Already missing the trip and people. Omoo

I particularly enjoyed spending personal time with each friend individually on many ocassions throughout the trip. Like the mere exchanging of seats during our van tour was a good way to enjoy my trip with my individual friends as I could personally chat with each of them. I'll also cherish the funny memories when we excitedly crammed in the tuk tuk cars during our Bangkok trip to save on our travel fares. It was a one-of-a-kind experience. Our first ride to the hotel on our first day was the craziest of all. We had all our luggages stacked up with the 6 of us crammed in a mini tuk tuk til the tuk tuk driver couldn't see anything with his rear side mirrors. hahhaha. The one sitting at the corner of the tuktuk was also always the most challenging "seat" as it was the most vulnerable position to fall out from the tuk tuk. The way to go is to cling tightly on any steel bars for support. Haha.

I'll miss the times when the 8 of us stayed in the cubical dorm. We ate sour mango dipped with sauce and pork sausages on a friend's bed like it was a normal table how we'd randomly "bid" our turns to use the bathroom to shower too since the dorm provided shared bathrooms in the common area. Haha. How we'd walked a distance and find our way with the help of Google Map to a specific location. How we'd passed by food shops or stalls and shout at the sight of mouth-watering food! We always end up buying food for munching. I personally enjoyed sharing crepes and green latte with another friend at Santorini too in a quiet little petite shop. Shopping, taking pictures and tasting food were most of the things we did during our trip. We couldn't exactly stick to our original plan since the rainy weather came about unexpectedly but all was well throughout. My stomach must have stretched a lot as I was always either eating or walking. When we were there, 7 Eleven was our favourite convenient store. Haha. That's because the 7 eleven had quite a variety of frozen packed food which could be heated immediately upon purchase and we were pretty fascinated about that, and their tuna bread.

At the end of the trip, got some nice slippers, snacks and sandals as souvenirs as well. Yapadoo! If there were two things to check out, I would definitely recommend Chak Tu Chak market which is easily accessible by BTS to Mo Chit station and going for a relaxing massage by selecting the right masseuse. :)

There were many memorable times and the trip was fun overall. Wished we had another one in future!

Now I'm back home, having mixed feelings while waiting for my results to release. Stressfulnya.

Recently, I've been keeping up with Harry's videos, songs and interviews. :)) Just discovered Harry Styles's late night show with James Cordan. Its so awesome. Wished I could be there to be in the moment when he sang "Two Ghosts". The atmosphere and everything looks great. Seeing his face beaming from time to time when he sang with his favourite idol at another of his concert also makes me feel that its so cute. A singer making it big fangirling and wiping his tears as he sang with an older; famous band singer, how humbling it is to watch. Haha. It was the first time I could tell his expression was genuinely so happy. Whereas his interviews were sometimes hard to conclude as if he has to be careful with his words and hold back his thoughts. Besides, the instrumentals in the acoustic version of Dua Lipa's Scared to be lonely performance is another wonderful piece. Wuuhoo!

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Where do i go from here?

Its 4am and my eyes wants to close but just had the urge suddenly to blog. Had to laa so here I am to type type abit. Heheh.

I finally submitted my first job application. Yess! Took me so long to figure out how to present my resume after days and days of lackadaisical inspiration. As I was looking through other resumes this morning, found many which were creative and realized mine needed much improvement. :P Finally got it done around noon and sent in one earlier. *fingers crossed* I don't even really know if that's what I want but I try. Will continue to apply for several other companies tomorrow as well before starting to gear up for finals. Exams are almost in sight. Like really, have to start studying kao kao and smartly already. 10 days or so left. Eeks! This semester, I'm sitting for 3 papers for finals. Interesting indeed, heavy syllabus but also finding the subjects a challenge to the brain! :)

Of course, not forgetting, feeling scared about the coming 1 year. Where am I heading next? Another bump in the road. Its just surreal how time flies so quickly. 3 years of uni that soon! Then now, its another big life question. I'm confused and also, a little more confident about my different potential options than I was a few weeks back.

To note here, I felt glad to be able to re-connect with a friend and some other people after feeling a little distant from them. The past week was filled with fun as well as the few of us celebrated a close friend's birthday over at Ipoh STG. It was one of the best dining experience (or its just my feeling, especially at that time). It felt so relaxing to be there in that moment and dine with the bunch in such dinner setting. It was the first time for me to put some effort in dressing up for the occasion too (Like seriously, due to the theme. leaves me with no other option out). It was everything on that evening that created a memorable celebration and dining experience. Clicks of the camera, light banter, random conversation starters and laughter. What else? The pleasant customer service and enjoyable company. :) Just wondered why the lighting there was so dark and was telling a friend how I couldn't see the menu. Was using the help of the scented candle to order. Even with that, it was difficult to see! Hah

Okays, time to go to bed.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Thoughts

At crossroads again. Soon enough, I'll have to sit down and ponder about my future. Which path should I take? I wonder..

When I have the time, I'll think about it. Soon, because it takes time to carve out a plan. Now let's talk about the present! ^^

Went to UTC to renew my IC today. Finally! Luckily, I was not imposed a penalty for renewing it past the 21 years age. Keke. I suggested to my mom if we should buy any vegetables at the main market next to it? My mom said find Petai. Told her OK, let's find petai. Hard to find it eh so no chance to eat it since for a while. Went to the Ipoh main market after that. It has been so long since I last saw a living chicken. Hahax. Looked at vegetables and bought them with my mom. Something different from my usual daily routine. Had lunch at old town area afterwards while waiting to pick up my IC at 3pm. It was a well spent day with my mom. :)

VIVA was over yesterday. VIVA = Final year project presentation. Don't ask me why its called VIVA because I also don't know why. hahaha. Felt half a burden lifted after the presentation was done. It wasn't my best presentation which was well, a lil' regretful. Not sure why, I was nervous. Maybe it was the fact that its my first time memorizing my script for a presentation. I dislike memorizing scripts for presentations! But since it was a review of journals, I had to memorize the contents le. Thankful anyways. Hehee. Snapped many pictures with my five group mates after presentation was over. We were having a casual photoshoot around the university campus. We did not miss the 'hot spot' for VIVA photosnaps. Its like a tradition to snap photos outside the library after VIVA among final year students. Its such a cliche typical university student thing so yes, we did that cliche typical student thing. -.-

My bad. When I was the onlooker or passerby, I used to think oh, VIVA students again yah. When we were the one taking pictures yesterday, onlookers and passers by must have thought the same. Its altogether a different feeling when we're in that situation itself looking from different sides. Plus, those late nights that we stayed up together, the sacrificed hours in front of the computer, frequent meetings, and the countless sleepless nights while your amount of sleep debt increases over the months, I could not have felt more contented at the end of VIVA. As I was walking back in a slightly slower pace than my friends were towards the car, I could have a view of my friends walking at a distance slightly further ahead of me. At that moment, a passing thought struck me, it was our last semester together and they were the bunch of friends I've spent most of my last 3 years with. Its hard to imagine what's it like without them.

Well, the next part comes the turnitin process, paper work and final compilation before the hardbound copy of FYP is submitted in roughly 3 weeks time. Hope everything goes well. Yahoodeeho! :D

Slowly and surely, I see some of my bucket list or you could say, mini dreams being fulfilled. It wasn't really all planned. Things just fell into place that led me towards a choice or decision that made me fulfill those list of things I aimed for or wanted to do, one by one. It brings a sense of joy and deep comfort to achieve some of this few things.

Soon, I'll get to fly overseas. Even if its not far off, I'm glad to be able to travel across the seas for a holiday with my uni friends. :) I guess its important to dream and have goals. Unlike those mind-blowing dreams that quotations tells us to strive for, I have rather many little ones. Some dreams are still left at hand. Can't wait for them to eventually come true. One day I'll catch those dreams for suree!! :)

Over the course of the few weeks since I left my blog unattended, things were pretty rough for some reason. It was painful to watch and experience firsthand the kind of emotional distress that an incident can have on someone you love. I flew back first before the rest of my family members after CNY since I had to resume classes. The flight home from Kuching on my own while eating the pre-booked nasi lemak brought back so much memories of my childhood. I was sniffing and holding back my tears while eating. Silly girl; silly girl. Just pray that my family will be kept safe and sound, healthy and happy always. :)

When I think about working life, I am uncertain if there's one job I could stick to forever. Why, being a grown up is certainly challenging. The kind of future commitments that one is tied down to - the life itself. I don't think its the job alone. Probably it's everything that comes along with being cast into the working world. For this reason, I hope that I'll figure it out. It has been my ideal choice to study and work part time. Then again, I guess it'll have to be the other way round.  At the same time, I wanna be back home to be with my parents. Yet, I know the best opportunities are not back in our beloved hometown, Ipoh.

Never mind, I'll just continue with my assignments first and figure about this again next time. 2moro, gonna eat outside with dad and mom. Yaays!

Til then, take care everyone!

Monday, January 9, 2017

Training at CH

Finally! I feel my feet on the ground.

My final internship presentation was over yesterday and that marks the end of my 3 months internship. 3 months does sound relatively short compared to a usual 6-months program and yet, it was still filled with meaningful experiences and misadventures. :)

I'm going to miss the amusing sights of passengers taking the KTM daily. If you take the train daily, u'd know. People emulating Mission Impossible moves as the ktm train makes its last call: Frantically trying to get access pass the automatic entry barrier, people dashing across the platform in various directions, men taking long strides and even big leaps to rush into the coach other than the women's designated coach (some still end up in the ladies coach, not by choice though. A mistake or unawareness! Haha), ladies hurrying in small steps while clutching tightly onto their handbags on one side. Some do make it after the impossible feat just in the nick of time before the ktm closes its doors while others would be left disappointed. It takes about 15-25 minutes for peak hours whereby the crowd starts to gather over time and 45 minutes during off-peak hours. I'm also going to admit that I did all the silly things that a daily commuter could possibly do. Haha. Since I take the KTM and LRT to work everyday, I missed my ktm train once because it was pouring down heavily, overshot the LRT station by a few stations once before I realized whats going on, got onto the wrong side of the platform and only noticing it after looking across at the other side of the platform (My client's office and actual office near KLCC is in the opposite direction hence, the difference in length of queues), was slapped with a penalty once for my TnG card due to my forgetfulness too. Besides, I made a clown out of myself once after trying so hard to make my way out of the crowded LRT train before hurriedly rushing back inside (thanks to one of my seniors who absent mindedly told me to get off one stop before my actual station! -.-) and almost always missing the right LRT stop if not for another senior who was always reminding me that it's time to alight from the LRT. Haha.

I'm also going to miss the interesting locations I had for fieldwork. What more the fieldwork itself and the people that I met along the way. It felt like mini adventures being assigned to different places every few weeks and the rest of the experiences that came together with it. I had the chance to try yummy food at Midvalley discovering Go! Noodles, DubuYo and some cream-like puffs. Yums! It was my first time eating the baked cheese rice at Kim Gary's too. Hahhaha.

There were times of stress at work no doubt. It was tiring as well. Sometimes, tiredness clouded my thoughts and made me feel like wanting to be back at university to study. My main shortcoming at the firm was also communicating in Mandarin as generally, most interns from my batch were more comfortable speaking in that language compared to English and thus sometimes, connecting with people was a difficulty too. It was a 'banana' struggle which I faced daily back at my office and eventually, I overcame it a little by little over the days, weeks and months. My seniors however knew of this and would speak to me in English as most of them were good at both languages. A few close interns chose to speak to me in English individually too. The good experiences definitely compensate for these shortcomings, making those less memorable experiences less significant too in the end. :)

Lastly, I'm going to miss the bunch of people over there. The ones who I've got to know over the months have definitely made my internship more meaningful including my seniors, manager and other intern. I'll miss the time spent at fieldwork working in teams, having lunch together, stocking up snacks at a way too convenient AEON supermarket for tea time, carpooling back to lrt after work, telling how sleepy we are after lunch and doing everything together.

Then, there's the interns who are all friendly and really noisy people. At first, I was not familiar with everyone as I felt a little reserved having to converse in Mandarin but these situations do push us out of our own comfort zone sometimes to improve on our language I guess. :') After 3 months, I realized the silliness of interns definitely makes the office a much more interesting and cheerful place. :D I'm thankful for the times we ate at our hmm.."favourite" lunch place - Ambank foodcourt (cos its the nearest to our office), the noisiness and silly things we did back at our office, taking biscuits from the pantry for tea time, walking to the LRT station as a group and taking the LRT ride together until we part ways at different stations, plus packing and leaving our office at 5.45 sharp daily. LOL, (back at office la), hopping onto the LRT one stop away just for McD and lunch during lunch hours and accompanying some of colleagues for random shopping adventures before Christmas and annual dinner.

Not forgetting, interning at KL gave me the opportunity to be closer with my brothers since I had to parasite at my 2nd bro's room. Haha. Grateful to both my aunty and uncle for taking care of me as well. Besides, the dramas airing on TV especially 'Another Miss Oh' definitely accompanied me throughout my late dinners every night. When the drama ended on TV, it was also my last week of internship edee so it definitely would bring me memories.

I missed the Cheong K session among planned by afew of the interns on Sunday as I head back down to Ipoh the other day and they recorded their singing on Whatsapp group. I don't know why but it totally touched my heart and made my eyes filled with tears. Maybe it was because on the last day, their craziness affected me plus they gave me such a warm farewell and I could feel their sincerity individually, even the ones who I just got to know not too long ago. T.T I also had a long conversation and appraisal session with my manager/company supervisor on the last day of my internship before I left. It was definitely a good heart-to-heart session otherwise, I would definitely have regretted not having a proper conversation with him before I left. All these experiences gave me some blues after I ended my internship on Friday until yesterday that is. Haha

Some pics to do the talking:


Annual dinner. With Karen

The first few colleagues whom I got to know. Coincidentally, all my closest friends at CH. <3 3="" :="" br="" nbsp="">


Christmas dinner without Me! Haha. CSU4 interns and my company supervisor/manager. With some interns missing inside here.



Farewell lunch. A small bunch of us, interns and seniors, among the large group of colleagues.


I had to return all my things to the company on the last day. I asked the HR dept if I could at least keep my intern tag/photo. She said 'No'. *sad betull. Luckily I had took a pic as safekeeping beforehand! At least, my only memory left are photos. Lol


Thank you CH and everybody! :D


Now, its time to play before my new semester begins. Hahaha.

Yay! I am finally ready to move on to the next phase of my life that is: My final semester as a student. Gonna have to work hard and put effort into my final year project and graduate happily! :)