Nothing too interesting..
Its 9.15pm Friday night.. and I am home. Have been so busy working, decided to stay home tonight and just to do nothing. Getting bored of doing nothing so pop in to blog.
Its been one busy first week of term. Yesterday was the busiest day of all. Worked for Treasure Island yesterday morning at 9.15am. Didn't really enjoy it. Even as a kid when I read the book, it didn't interest me much. Pirates and treasures…not my cup of tea. Hours and hours of my childhood was spent buried in books like Little Women, Malory Towers, Famous Five … Then had a 1–3pm revision lecture. Realize there is so much to revise! I am so messed up!
Then worked on my confusing assignment for 2 hours at ITS. 5.30pm Godbrother Gan drove me to Birmingham. It was a stressful ride. On the way there, we found out that junction 7 of M6 was closed! So took a turn back to take another route. So much time wasted. And the trafic was horrible! Made it on time to Birm to meet the houseowner. Love the apartment. It has just been painted and refurnish and I am going to stay there for the summer. So exciting. Staying in a big big city. I have never stayed in city. Grew up as a kid in a small town, then went to college which is situated in the middle of the jungle, and now uni in Coventry. Don't know if I will like city life but it will be a good experience to stay and work in a city.
Rushed back to make it in time to work at 8.15pm. Even could pop into EAT at 7.56pm to have diner before working. This time I worked at the cinema for Ae Fond Kiss. It is a love story between a Muslim guy of Pakistani origin and a white Catholic girl in Glasglow. The best part was discussing the movie after work with Edit, the girl I worked with. The movie is interesting but there were some parts that I didn't like. I didn't like them potraying the Catholic priest in such a harsh way. Anyway, when Edit asked me if I can ever imagine myself in that girl in the movie's position, I paused for a while to think. Personally I can accept someone of different religion from me but it will be hard for me to convert my religion. I grew up with parents of different beliefs. Mum is a Catholic and dad is a Buddhist. Neither ask the other to change. I grew up having instilled in me values from both my parents who are very different and I am ever so thankful for the way that I had been brought up. Of course I do pray one day dad will believe in God but until that day comes I shall respect his choice.
It was almost midnight when I got home. Mum called just to chat. That was the best part of my day, hearing mum's voice over the phone after a hectic day.