It's winter so outdoor means out of home rather than out in the nature.
Meet my housemates, Kak Hana, a final year Medic, and Nadd, the same batch as mine. And there's Kak Suzy (not in picture)
When the smoothie arrived to our table, Nadd was wondering if I ordered that and I said no. She then went on saying, "That's why, I was wondering since when you start ordering cold drinks at restaurants."
Which immediately reminded me to KN when we were in Dublin having dinner at Warung Kita, a Malaysian Restaurant there. I told the waiter that I wanted Teh O Ais Laici, and he then added "Kurang ais ye bang."
We didn't see each other for almost a year and he remembered. And it's not like he always took the order for me when we hung out.
The same goes to Nadd, I can't remember telling her that I'm not a big fan of icy drinks, but she just knows.
It's amazing how people know things about you.
Not because they remember, but because they notice the little things.
Alright I admit I might have cheated a little bit with this one. I couldn't find anything 'starry' for today's photo but somehow the word 'stars' really made me think of something, like some kind of repressed memory or something (exaggerated as always)
And then I found this, the first ever picture I posted on my Tumblr.
This was my room back in Kuala Lumpur. The starry lights Ayah bought me at Danau Kota, the pink wall, the baby pink and blue bedsheet.. And there's the white HP Pavillion I have been using at KMB. Ahh. Memories.
On the laptop screen is a Skype snapshot of Izleen. My Izleen.
It gets more emotional when the PMC kids had their farewell dinner tonight, and they posted a farewell video on Facebook. That reminds me that amongst those who are going back next year, there are people who could mean the world to me leaving this cold strange land too.
The picture was taken when me and Izleen were Skyping, she was in Dublin doing her first year of Medicine while I was very much a lonely soul desperate for some love (pun intended) in KL. Couple of months from now, we are going to switch places. I'll be here in UK while she'll be in Penang.
First picture, so very semangat that I took out ze EOS550D (I've been too consumed into the Lumix TZ30 lately) and there you go!
The bright pink glow is actualy from an app on the phone, serving as a torch light. The light is obviously white, but the phone cover is bright pink, hence the colour. And no, I can't set the phone to home mode or the app will close. So I had to be happy with the notification mode.
Anywhooo, I had so much fun trying to shoot this! And this is one of the best shot that I could get at 8pm sharp (though the picture itself isn't really so sharp)
To be quite honest, this is another way an excuse for me to play around with the camera. I miss taking pictures and messing around with the apertures shutter speed and everything. But at the rate I'm going, who knows what's gonna happen next. I might as well be back to my own little coccoon.
Depending on how often you have to work things out on your own, I generally think that people should be more independent.
For example, you'd rather call someone asking about how to setup your laptop to have its own wifi. I short, hotspot. And it's a Mac! Not that I think Mac is so superior, I just think Mac is pretty much standardised that you can just Google it up and do yourself. Unless the person you're asking is next door, that would make more sense.
And the "I can't find this and that it's not there" type. Annoyingly enough when I go and look for it myself, it seems like that thing magically appears from the dust. Whyyy???
These people annoy me so bad that I tend to stay away from them just to avoid myself from being annoyed because feeling annoyed towards someone is not really the most pleasant feeling in the world. (Woha that's a long sentence!)
Isn't your level of curiosity high enough that you don't have the idea of Googling things up?
Well this is a personal view, anyone can choose to disagree. And obviously because I was left to be independent since I was a child, so I don't really get it with people who can't do things on their own.
Like I can't stress enough on how annoyed I am with this kind of people, I'm actually blogging this in the lecture hall just before the lecture starts.
Called my mom in law to wish her birthday today. Well, been wanting to call her and my mum while Adam was here in Leicester but apparently we are the most hopeless couple when it comes to getting things done together. All we did was arguing who should get out of bed first, taking turns to cook and clean (or both), and of course him DoTA-ing and me online shopping.
In short, memang tak jadi kerja.
It's actually the perfect time that today is Ummi's birthday, finally i could bring myself to call her after long due.
"You have to know what is the concept of diabetes. Let's do an analogy. Imagine, like Malaysian politics, we have llooooaddsss of money, but all the money goes to Najib. The money doesn't reach us. So what happens? Overall the country still has no money, we are still poor."