:: Last memoirs from Malaya February 28, 2008Posted by Minci 先生 in Everyday Life.
Translated from Jet Wasaii’s title.
The 80 days in Malaysia wasn’t just merely to see my family, friends,
spouse candidates or undergoing my ‘industrial training’ a.k.a. electives. It also served as a time for me to understand more about life as a whole and more importantly, myself. Hey, who said I was simple-minded?
I now know that;
When I’m hungry, I’m easily pissed off. LOL. mcm kat UK tak pernah rasa lapar. Maybe the temperature plays the additional role of crankiness too.
I dont sweat (more like difficult) but still my body heats up as though I have a visceral and parietal skin. Thus, accumulating sweat in between.
Despite popular belief of kurang asam people, I can communicate as in open my mouth and talk. Perhaps not as becok as those TV personalities but who likes over-reacting kepochi anyway.
I’m truly a fan of the colour red. Or anything that falls in the same shade. Maroon, dark pink.
My gut instincts are strong and they never fail me – as long as I take heed of it and prepare.
I actually love being all girly – dressing up looking pretty and nice (in my own perspective), putting on make-up. *my siblings however said that I look like Minnie Mouse if I put my glasses on with the tudung. huh? why??*
Blogging secara ikhlas is my life. Ha ha ha. Many could second that. 😛
I’ve known more today than what I knew yesterday for I have learnt a lot from the people around me – this, I will miss a lot when I’m in the for it’s not often you get to hang out with people who are experts/knowledgable in their own field/life experience. Especially regarding things that are non-medical. I think this is one of the solid reasons as to why returning to Malaysia is a good thing. You get to meet a lot of new, interesting people .. as long as you’re open to the idea. And it’s nice to engage in a conversation face to face over. Even if it’s just a glass of teh tarik. Dan nasik ayam. Dan makanan hospital. Dan sate Hj Sahmuri. Dan Pizza Hut. Dan Bihun Tomyam. Dan RojakRojak. Dan Ole Ole Bali. Dan breakfast McD. Dan bermacam lagi. I mean, kat UK pun bley tapi ntahlah… jiwa kurang masuk kot dengan kaedah sosial di sana. To find the middle road is a bit difficult. It’s either too liar or too tabligh-like. Untuk cari yang cocok itu enggak mudah sih.
Rock kapak makes part of my musical jiwa.
Malaysia is my future.
I feel priviledged to have known friends that understands my past and life circumstances and accepts the type of person that I have moulded into. I feel lucky to be born into this family – Minci’s family of 6. The bonds we’ve created/blessed with may not be a bliss everytime but the storm or hurricane we’ve gone through or one’s coming are definitely worth it.
To all of you that I was able to hook up with, thank you for the great time. To the others yang tak berkesempatan jumpanya, make it in August or September okey? Please pray for my success and my friends success in our studies. We hope to not only ace in our academic achievement but also to further improve in our personalities and life skills. Bak kata Jet,
“Yakinlah bahawa kami ingin berkhidmat sebaik mungkin kepada bangsa dan negara sendiri”
I’m not going to say Goodbye for Insya-Allah we will meet again 🙂