Friday, May 27, 2011

Jeremy Is Here!

Jeremy Is Here!
After waiting for 2 weeks before he can be transferred and another 5 days cause he was stuck here and there, he's finally here! When I saw him after 5 months, I thought I can just be cool when we finally met. But I just can't help myself. I kiss him. People were looking but I don't really care. I just smiled happily.

I took my keys out and just ride him right away. I felt a little bit uneasy at first but I think I'll do just fine. The ride back to campus was easy. Though I actually googled the fastest directions from there to here, but when I finally on road with him, I just felt it in me. As if I've been here since forever. I looked at the sign boards from time to time and when I got into the campus, I was smiling again. To be honest, even though this is just simple and effortless, I could see the glimpse of freedom everywhere I go. I like this feeling. As if everything that burdens me just been lifted off my shoulders.

As if I could go on like this forever.

I don't have to worry about walking around the campus anymore.

Because he's here. Jeremy is here.

People ask me a lot why don't I get myself a car instead. Well, it's not that my family can't afford it for me but it's not just the time yet. When the time come for me to get a car, I want it to be a special moment and If I could I want to pay using my own money. But for now, I'm with him.

Jeremy represents a lot in me. The me in here. A student in a university. He just fits me in everything. In a way he is a part of me.

Been thinking a lot of what I'm gonna do with him. I'm gonna go around and check out places around the campus area. See if there's a place that I could use as a place to hang out with him.

Hope he's fine out there. Too tired to walk myself from the roofed-parking lot to my room so I leave him right outside my block.

Sleep, well! =D I'll see you in the morning.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Looking at the Stats...

I started this blog like end of 2008... marking the beginning of my life as a Biomedical Science student back in IIUM Kuantan campus..

Though I have this strong urge to close down this blog, I still think I want to keep it as I have a lot of memories I wrote down in this blog...

Not that I'm calling this as my diary but still...

While I was looking at the stats though the page views barely pass 1k I still grateful for those who spent some time reading this blog.. though you'll find this blog less informative and more on random stuffs... cause some of you guys already know, I post stuffs regarding the academic material in my other blog - A Journey Never Ends so this blog is more like a place for me to tell stories in my life for the past 2 years and a half...

Anyway, for those from IIUM, I think you're already know that we gonna spend 2 full months of Ramadhan and 'Eid at home, right? I think this is gonna be the most memorable vacation I ever had in my life cause for the first time since 2006, on top with Ramadhan and 'Eid, I'm gonna celebrate my birthday at home!!!

Yep! It's gonna be a one hell of a birthday party!

haha.. just kidding.. probably gonna invite close relatives and some friends to come by at my house and have a little barbecue...

It's almost prayer time, so.. I guess I see yo guys in next entry..

Take care,
Moon


It's Been A While...

It's the fourth week since I'm in Gombak and it's the end of the second week in the academic calendar...

to all my friends who are in the middle of their internships, I wish all the best to all of you...

Well, for this semester, I only do 2 subjects... Computer and Mathematics...

Since I already done these subjects back in CFS, I think I handle them quite well... There are lots of things I didn't understand and felt they don't make any sense, but now I think I do understand them clearly... Maybe it's quite difficult to see the bigger picture back then but now.. Yeah.. It's okay I guess...

All in all, the classes are fun... with classmates are all from different countries... It's great to experience new culture...

...and of course.. now I understand the feeling of being minority in my class... the language spoken mostly is Arabic... wow... It's really the other way around comparing the time I was in Kuantan...

Still, let's just hope for the best for all of us...

Insya Allah...