عايشه منيرة

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A living flesh with a soul made of glass.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

TT

Salam to all.

One day left till the new year. Oh no.
Whatevs. So let see what Ive been doing lately. Singapore and JB was good, did some shopping at Orchard Street. There goes my eyes *.*. And Universal Studios was a heck of fun. Although some people say its smaller compared to the one in LA. Still havent had a ride on some roller coaster for quite a long time.

Then back on Sunday. No more holidays for this year. End of story.

Guess what. I went to Aisyah's crib. Im such a lame for being the last person blogging about this. So we went ice skating on Monday, they picked Nina and me up from PJ then straight to Sunway. Luck was not on my side that day, slipped over a glass of bottle or a rock ( I was not even sure) and...I cut my foot. Bleeding all the way, thank God Aisyah has a plaster. So..I couldnt skate. And thats not a reason or and excuse okay. They are the saviour haha!

Oh and Ameer was there too. Hadnt met for so long, since 2006 I think? And now hes taller than me. Shows that I havent grown in terms of height, but in terms of wideness, yes I have. Nice meeting you again Ameer lol

Like the previous sleepovers, prank calls are a must at night. Sometimes we couldnt even laugh anymore because its too funny and getting all giddy. To all the victims that night, apologies eh? Hehe. Then we watched korean movies all day on Tuesday. It was like a korean movie marathon. Cant believe Im saying this. Not much of a korean wit, but they have good and interesting storyline. All the movies we watched has Jang Geun Suk in it. Hes a charming actor.

The days continued with me trying to make my life meaningful, which it doesnt succeed. Being a school leaver does make you think sometimes about what to do everytime you wake up from sleep in the morning. Or is it just being a pest at home?

I need to get a job. Quick!

7 comments:

Dahlan said...

Well..
That's life darling. Sometimes, I myself hate staying at home. If its just a weekend break its ok,but staying for good....gosh, its like retirement age. Infact, being a workaholic guy (not alcoholic - i can't drink, I'm a complete idiot at drinking), you tend to get bored staying at home. That's because you've been so used to corporate life in school. Walk up and down to the office, meeting a bunch of people, handling editings. That's real fun.

Today, I'm sitting like an old man in his retirement age. To be honest, it sucks. I wish I can go back to school. I wanted to apply for a job, sadly, i'm travelling to the Middle East. The mission is to complete two things, get a holiday and find out about the banking course they offer (yes, i sort of like the islamic banking).

But anyway, you seem to be having much fun compared to me suffering from retirement. Why are you bored? Yup, to be honest, I wish I was working. My dad asked me to work at Starbucks and take up Mandarin classes. Yes indeed, the Mandarin language is pretty important for the bank.

I'm leaving to the Middle East on the mid of January. Oh by the way, the question of what to do in the morning is always in my head. Compared to my corporate life in school, i'll be naturally buzy from 6am-12pm. Sometimes, I have to do an overtime until 5pm. Thank god, Coffee keeps me awake.

- Dahlan

D-SIM said...

hehe,
that's true, better to find a job.
kalu x..makiiiinn lebar anda :)

Aisyah Munirah said...

dahlan : thanks for the comment :)

d-sim : the job is on its way, wish me luck to be a good kakak! :)

D-SIM said...

kakak? ceh, malas tebal muke keje luar laa 2,haaha

Aisyah Munirah said...

haha tak la. Kids will definately love me :) *perasannnn*

D-SIM said...

they'll get bored to see u with novelSSSSS, :D

Aisyah Munirah said...

hahah how would know that ehh? i guess when im bored then ill start reading a novel. then they'll get bored seeing me reading a novel. haha.

jangkaan anda mungkin tepat :D