Margaux Avril - L’Air De Rien (by MargauxAvrilVEVO)
popular people can be annoying.
attention seeking. faking interest.
But they succeed in being so.
They do get what they want - Attention.
Why seek attention? Why the need to be in the centre?
Cravings? or Insecurity?
So, how could quiet people ever stand a chance against such.
The carefree attitude drive comfort in corners.
Yet, within, they have much more than just a loud voice.
That is, a self-acknowledgement of own’s capacity and capability drive assurance from within.
That’s power popular people cannot have.
So, will popular people last?
i won’t say i’m good at “kan ren” (pin yin in chinese).
Talking to Darren about character and traits of people.
Are we really about to judge a person based on one’s looks?
maybe yes. maybe not.
I don’t have an answer to this. We’ll just have to see.
starting to learn French from this week. Class been interesting.
I hope I would be able to write and speak some French by the end of this semester!! :)
It’s e-learning week, hence many of my classes are “cancel” or I should say, I’m supposed to be doing some self-directed learning.
Well, I dont I’m working as hard as I wanted to. I think I am spending more time recovering from the exhaustion from long schooling days since the 1st week of school. >.<
Anatomy is getting interesting but at the same time so damn hard to memorize… got to revise continuously so I won’t be screwed for exams… I will also be having practical exams. How cool is that?
first week of school:
I’m trying to get in-tuned with the early mornings and the medical terms.
My class is filled with people like me, aka. matured students… at least most hoping for a good turnout in life.
Some of the modules are a bit difficult, but I’m definitely up for the challenged. :)
School life = more free time, more “ME-time”, more “i do what i like”.
I signed up for auditions into dance clubs… see how it goes. :)
Well, despite giving my best shot, I still made a lot of mistakes…
I feel bad to have not been careful when working.
Emcee work is tough.
I got the SCHOLARSHIP! wohoo!
now, I’m going to turn into someone useful in life - physiotherapist.
Although I’ve got to study for another 3 years, I think I should be fine. (I guess). Got to start the study-engine running again!!!!
Parents aint that keen that I change career. Technically, I “wasted” my degree. Well, maybe I just took a little longer to figure out what I wanted to do.
I really hope everything goes ok. Of course, I’m not expecting a smooth sailing journey. At least the end point would be a good one.
Updates on my mini-travel marathon:
Was in tokyo with coral. the schedule was so packed that I really felt time passed pretty quickly. my favourites would be: the scenery of Mt. Fuji, the black onsen ( I dont remember the name of the place, would have to check with my homestay parents), Ghlibi Museum and probably dai sushi at Tsukiji Fish Market.
then hongkong with mom. but practically spent the whole trip at the convention centre; doing workshops, dancing till i drop. Although i did prefer the atmosphere of the salsa festival last year, i was able to enjoy myself more this year without competition on my mind.
then osaka/kyoto (YES, i went back to japan again.) with darren. slower pace, enjoyed his awesome company but felt sick. (btw, I’m still sick). Osaka is easier to navigate because the train network is not as complicated as tokyo. Kyoto is definitely filled with old buildings; emitted a more cultural feel. my favourites would be the kyushu ramen, takoyaki, okonomiyaki (PS. realise it’s mainly food?), plum tree grove and Dotonbori street. I cant differentiate the plum tree flower from sakura. looks the same to me. lol.
and it’s not the end of my travel marathon.
flying to bangkok soon~~~ :P
So damn good.
Ricardo Vega & Karen Forcano Chile- Argentina - World Latin Dance Cup 2012 Cabaret couple 1st place (by AlbertTorresEvents)
so tiring with my parents quarrel.
go to hell.
i keep saying the wrong things.
and saying things at the wrong time.
early this morning, I went for the interview to apply for the career conversion programme.
Honestly, I’m freaked out. I’m pretty sure that they have heard my nervousness. It’s been a while since I have been so nervous. I guess it’s all in the mind.
over that long interview session, they posed tough questions and provoking thoughts as changing a career is not an easy thing. Of course, it should be a life time change and hopefully stick to this for the rest of my life. Will I be able to do so? The question remains. At this moment, it depends if i do get the scholarship, if I do agree to this. As I walked out of the interview room, my heart continues to race. Adrenaline is still being pumped into my veins. It took me a while to calm my nerves and gather my thoughts. I took time to re-collect the answers I gave to them and i felt challenged (actually, pretty motivated) to change my career and start something crazy.
Crazy is the word, alright.