literally the cutest family ever
LOOK AT THIS ADORABLENESS
So now, I’m currently unemployed. Am I supposed to place myself in that category?
Since I’m no longer studying at the moment and I do not have a full-time job, I guess I should be in that category.
Walla & Wallz have already started on their bond. It seems so surreal that our poly days are coming to an end. All the university applications and the talk of the future seems to uncertain, so bleak.
For starters, I have applied to overseas university because I had no confidence of applying to a local university which was a dumb move. Oh well, people learn from mistakes.
Watching Grace and her super duper busy university schedule makes me look forward to university life but yet, it seems so challenging and difficult. All the negative questions start to gather in my mind and I’m unable to push them away.
Soooooo, while waiting for the universities to get back to me, I’m still working part-time with my RWS job. This time round, I’ve branched out to do events so I work for concerts! Yay yay! Fun times man! I really enjoyed myself doing events. Other than being able to watch the concert, I get to meet new people and make friends!
I’ve got so much time on hand now, I can just do whatever I want to. Like I don’t need to cramp everything into one day, I can like spread out my entire schedule across the week.
In march, I went for a short getaway at a kelong in Indonesia. It’s a house on stilts, above the water, like a kampong. But right smack in the middle of the lagoon, away from land, away from people, away from technology and away from reality. I had so much fun there without the use of my mobilephone, went kayaking and played a hell lot of mahjong. It’s so peaceful and calming and to top it off, the food was delicious. Fresh seafood, mmmmm!
Sharon and I have been meeting up quite often with Sherylyn, her cousin since we are all so FREE. We’ve been baking, just so you know. Hahahah.
Pat & Jaws’s, Des & Mel’s babies are coming out real soon! In fact, Mel is in labour as I type this blog post! So exciting!!
And so, last Saturday was Easter Vigil and it s the most important mass and event of the liturgical calender, more important than Christmas.
We had a combined choir. I assisted Desmond in conducting one of the songs since we had not enough time.
How should I even start telling you guys about this….? It was fun yet disappointing. Yup, that’s how I’m going to described the entire event.
Anyway, I’m back to sketching again. Whoot whoot!
This the kindest packaging I’ve ever seen