Another week has passed. Today marks the 8th weeks I am doing the practical here at SK Sultanah Asma. I am hoping everything will go smoothly without any major glitches. With the Facebook fiasco, I have turned myself into Twitter and Tagged. I think I am beginning to like Twitter-ring. And with the recent pandemic outburst of H1N1, everyday activities is treated with so caution. I may cancel my plan of going to KL for my early Ramadhan holidays in the next 2 weeks time!
And by the way, have you guys ever heard of ” One person gone, ten persons as replacement?” Hhehehe…. Well, life goes on. Savoring the LaLaland (<“)
“Beauty Is A Painful Melancholy” – Quoted in novel ‘Memoirs Of A Geisha’
Facebook has become so annoying! Due to “too-many-comments-replying” which are dubbed as an abusive by Facebook, my comments-giving application has been barred temporarily! I heard these and other hassles are being set-up by Facebook in order to upgrade the security state. You know what, keep doing that and we all will be migrating to “Twitter”!
Damn you FACEBOOK! I have been restraining myself from vulgar-mouthing you!
By the way, last week I ‘ve got two observations from both my Science and English lecturers on last Wednesday; back-to-back. I have to tell that the day was really emotionally and mentally draining for me. Although Puan Amani gave me good rates (much because of my good preparation which certainly make up for my abysmal performance) for my science observation, I just felt that I had dissapointed myself and not to say disappointed my 3 Venus pupils as well. I didn’t expect them to bring all the cardboards and mini-banners for cheering (‘sorakan’) of their own groups! I just told them that in the next lesson, I expect that each group will produce catchy cheering for their own groups (which are named after historical Malay women) :
- Puteri Gunung Ledang – The legendary princess who was said to reject The Sultan of Malacca who sought after her hands in marriage.
- Tun Fatimah – The Queen of Malacca who disguised herself as a man.
- Tun Teja – The beautiful princess of Pahang who was kidnapped by Hang Tuah to be wedded to Sultan of Malacca.
- Mahsuri – The innocent Langkawi Island beauty who was persecuted because of jealousy.
I was very disheartened and nearly broke down because I have already targeted that I would want to score perfect for this 2nd observation; if possibly all 5 (The scale goes from 1 until 5)! I always push myself and it was really frustrating when thing did not go as well as planned. Nonetheless, I thought I redeemed myself with my English lesson. Of course it was not perfect but at least I was satisfied with the way I conducted the lesson and surprisingly that 4 Uranus was very cooperative! But overall, I just need to buck up even more to challenge and to redeem myself.
This week which marks the 7th week I am stationed at the beautiful school, there are so many things about education world I’ve learned and still yearn to learn more. The pupils are having UPSR Trial Exam and also August Monthly tests; and my 3rd Science observation and my 2nd English observation are expected to be somewhere in this 3 weeks times before the early Ramadhan holidays. But honestly, my momentum is going through this soporific phase and I am feeling so lazy lately…. I just need something to arouse me back!
The cherry blossom in Japan…… *shrug*
In the midst of these topsy-turvy, it is no wonder why the emotional state becomes so unwind! I have been craving for attention and throwing tantrum- which sometimes can be very annoying ( I know!) but I guess that’s the way to unleash the unbalance state in the head. At least I don’t cut myself, right? Of course no matter how you lament that to other people, in the end no one will be so devoted, loyal and caring about you except for yourself. In the end, you are yourself’s bestfriend. So, I guess I am summoning my alter-ego Dagny Taggart now.
The masterpiece by Ayn Rand. The story and struggle of Dagny Taggart.