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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

2016 : December'15



The title of this blog post is so ironic. The reason why I had to a separate post on December'15 alone is because within a month, many things had happened. Within that one month, I felt like many elements in my life was taken away from me, and also simultaneously I gained new ones too. It was really packed with emotional events. More like an emotional train ride that goes on and on and stopped when 1st of January came.


6th December - Abstract submission to Dr. Amy.



10th December - Poster presentation for all final year project students.
                         - Opah passed away at Hospital Sg.Buloh

12th December - Childhood best friend got hitched at Tg. Malim.



Moi et Syaza.

                     - Cousin, Abg. Wan got married too. But my family was still in the mourning period,                              thus we were not to witness his big day. Sorry Abg Wan!


14th December - Mes parents went to perform their Umrah.
                         - Sister in action mode activated/ Thesis writing begins.



The guilty faces of disturbing their sister's crucial writing hours. Sigh..



15th December - Last presentation for Degree. (Research and Methodology in Science and Technology, UM)



20th December - Afiq and Nadia's walimah on Afiq's side at Putrajaya.



24th December - Parents touchdown at Malaysia. Alhamdulillah!

28th December - Thesis submission. FINALLY.




29th December - My cat died. Miss you Cumi bb :(



31st December - Final paper for Degree. Research Methodology done!

                         -  Headed straight to Port Dickson right after the paper because we were all in dire                                   need of ocean view....lol





Pics are all Shyhan's.

1st of January - New Year. Degree life Officially OVER.


Rimba Ilmu. Lotsa memories here. Forever will be missed =)


Kolej Kinabalu too. I'll do another separate post for closure. InshaAllah.



One heck of a month I'd say. How was I even sane when looking back. Well, I kept on going and follow with where the heart leads. It wasn't easy. Not when I had to do most of things alone. Deciding alone. Making the right choices alone. Being strong, alone. Telling myself to keep on going alone. I had a few companies that lend their ears out to listen, for a while it makes life easier. But then, as the normality resumes back and looking at the stacks of things I had to do, motivation down the drain again. I had a lot going in my head and made some things oblivious. Like pretending that it didn't happen.Tried to avoid all of the dramas as possible because I was too tired and exhausted from satisfying the demands of life. Like always, move on and tell yourself to be strong. You survived it on your own, you had your faith 100% to Allah and insha Allah things will go smoothly.

Good day!

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