All entries for January 2006

January 29, 2006

Love – from everybody

This post should have been posted on Thursdays 26/1/06, but I was too sick to type it…
I was very sick, I believe I caught a cold at night as I was working too hard for metric spaces (till 3am). I was coughing the whole day and felt that my eyes and bones were burning while my body felt cold and tired. I just wanted to sleep but I still went to all the lectures on that day.
However, it has been proven to be detrimental to my body, as I began to have a high temperature in the afternoon and slept through two of the three lectures. Many people around me told me to go home – they were caring about me. Yet I disappointed them as I was so stubborn that I insisted on staying on campus until the filmsoc exec meeting and the Deloitte. It was that I had to be there, as I am the treasurer of the society. It is part of my responsibility to help run the cinema, and as long as I'm not doing anything which threatens my life, I'll stay until my job is done. I hope everyone will understand me.
I just want to thank all the people who took care of me on that day, the love and care I received was tremendous and you made me feel very warm and touched. Thanks to all of you. One day you need to be taken care of, I'll be there, trust me.

January 23, 2006

5 times? Sorry, it's 1:0 for today

'5 times', 'Sold to USA', 'Where were you in Istanbul?', 'We are the champions, champions of Europe'...
For the whole after, these 'slogans' were flying around Old Trafford, the home ground to Manchester United. We, the United supporters, were silenced for 89minutes and did not even bothered to have a fight, as we were tactically outfought by the visitors on the pitch. Yet…3 points is 3 points, we won the game at last, with the great header from our £29.1m defender Rio Ferdinand. He and Wes Brown were phenomenal in the match, together with Patrice Evra and Gary Neville, they defended the United goal with iron nerves. It is of course worth mentioned that Ruud Vanistelrooy and John O'Shea were invisible throughout the match and should be got rid of from the squad.
Anyway, a very exciting afternoon ending with lots of songs and dances. Sitting so close to the Liverpool fans brought me some new insights into counter-attacking humiliations – with joy!!!
'1–0!!!!' 'United!!!' 'Relax, we've just scored!!!'

And, this weekend…

I'm sorry for being mad and over-worrying and insensitive. I should have considered your feelings before I do anything. I'm sorry for making you sad. I believe you've had a bad impression about me after this and I hope you know that's the real me, I'm not hiding and not going to hide any of my feelings from you. I'm glad that you are telling your stories as well, after an intriguing introduction and preface. I'm looking forward to listening to them and should I be given the chance, I'd love to finish the book with you.

January 01, 2006

Year 2006

World Peace? No Famine? Fair Trade?
Well they are ideal, but not realistic enough to be New Year's hopes, just leave them to the politicians (or to President Bush, to be precise…)
On an individual level, the beginning of 2006 may only mean a year(2005) of hard work has vanished and another year of even more hard work is coming. So do you think I want the new year to come? Trust me, I do.
It was a great month before the term ended, lots of exciting moments to be recalled, and lots of tests were held(or hell?). It was the most busy term since I had been to Warwick, a truly fruitful one which I believe I learned a lot from it. The WSC complications, the 6-module timetable, the House 'soap' and the end-of-term drama. I believe there's still a lot going to happen during my seem-so-long-yet-so-short time at Warwick, and no matter what the outcomes these experiences will be, I'll have a lot to learn.
Right now, nothing is certain to me but one – wish me and my friends and their loved ones a Happy New Year, especially to you lovely.

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