Despite the sickening long 4-month-holiday, surprisingly most of us are still reluctant to revert to life being a medical student.
There are 2 types of medical students;
1) those who enjoy being one
2) those who don’t.
I’m quite both.
In the mode of anticipating the hustle and bustle of being in 3rd year, plainly it’s quite the season for me to start blogging back. Thinking that hiatus from writing an entry runs parallel to the holiday might be the reason why my brain refused squeezing ideas and my fingers declined to do the typing.
A friend insisted my updates. She claimed I was too quiet, no news, no gossips. I admitted that but don’t worry, I wont go to an extent getting married silently at least. That was one thing. Another thing is either;
1) my updates were too lame or
2) they were too personal
Here’s the thing, imagine you’re guilty but you’re too ego to apologize. The misunderstandings piled up, the two of you stopped talking to each other. At one point, you realized it was your fault. Only you’ve gone too far that you don’t know how to turn back. This explains why some people refuse to apologize.
So it’s quite on the same ground, apart from keeping my brain on holiday too, things I wished to share on my blog kept piling up that I don’t know where to start. So I decided not to start at all. At this rate, an awesome booster would be cool (mine for instance, I need some attention to graduate from my LOAD Club*).
Back to starting the new term, the best word to describe is AWKWARD.
It’s yet still awkward
To put on baju kurung after shower
To get on bus early in the morning
To scribble on papers during lectures
To squeeze into a crowded elevator
It has been too long that everything has turned foreign
I secretly wondered if I had applied my foundation too thick. Oh it was the 1st day of lecture (Damned! Screw the awkwardness!)
Anyways, hurray for tomorrow! (It’s Friday). Dear Mr.Weekend, please handcuff this naughty little fella (read: awkwardness).
It has been too long that we’re back too square one
*Lack Of Attention Disorder Club
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