Saturday, July 23, 2016

Holiday updates!

Assalamualaikum & hello!

How are you guys doing?

I'm good, so far, I'm enjoying unemployment to the fullest. Living it one day at a time. Though I actually can't wait to be called for duty (as I need all the money in the world to pay things), I'm certainly enjoying my time doing nothing.

Actually, I did go to look for part-time jobs at a few places but I don't get any calls yet. I don't know, I seem to have a bad luck in this. I looked for part-times when i finished middle & high school but yeah, I never get the call. The only way that's working so far is if I know somebody from the store or events or something, so he or she will hook me up with the job. Anyhow, I'm still waiting if 7-Eleven want to call me for an interview. #keepthemcrossed

Living with parents are great after all this might be my last time to be pampered of having to live with no responsibilities before I got call for service. But, somehow, there's some perks that come with it. I mean no matter how old you are, they somehow treating you as if you are still that little boy. I mean to be honest I do get stressed out sometime, & now and then, I'm reminded of some unpleasant memories of my childhood. They are not good feelings but anyhow, I'm trying my best to be a good son. #ohlord

Oh yeah, I'm also using this so-called break to try to reconnect with my friends from school, college & university as I have been distancing myself from most of them & only surrounded myself with people I need to (classmates etc) especially during my time which I have to repeat a year & extend a semester. #ouch I understand that some of them might find me weird to be texting or calling out of the blue but I hope they give me a chance to show them that I still cherish the friendship or relationship that we had in the past.

Well, I'm currently on a train to the city to catch my buddy's reception today in Shah Alam. There's an open house at Elia's in Ipoh & will then see Dinie's at her wedding afterwards.

Later!

Wedding impending,
Hanih.