surrounded by crowds doesn't chase away literal loneliness

surrounded by crowds doesn't chase away literal loneliness
dear lord embrace me with your blessings


Sunday, April 21, 2013

This close!

Done with Isyak.

Facial toner. Mosturizer. Acne cream.

Body lotion.

Hair bun.

A cup of coffee.

Medical books.

Too close. Until I have my laptop on. YouTube.

30 minutes. 1 hour. 2 hours. 3 hours.

Glance at the clock. Almost one. Sleepy. Let's sleep.

I'm always this close (real close!) to studying. Almost every night. And of course I never really succeeded. Yea I'm not a typical medical student who stays up all night.

Let's hope I won't get distracted tonight.

Ps: Dang I can spend hours exploring YouTube sidebars!

Sunday, April 14, 2013

It will all start when I say


And you ask

"Are you okay?"

And I'll answer


Wednesday, April 3, 2013


I've passed that phase when I was always dying to update my wardrobe, shopping for new outfits. Came to the stage when I should just wear what I have and be grateful, stop spending and start saving. Surprisingly now it has come to the phase where I think it's okay to start shopping for new looks again (I think I've developed enough self-control from spending too much) but something else stopped me from doing so. This time it's because I don't have a walk-in closet yet. Dang what's with this overflowing wardrobe. When's the soonest could I own a house?

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

The bloody business

I thought maybe I should write something about Obstetrics & Gynecology (day 2) and hopefully I could compare how it really is after the end of posting exam in another 8 weeks time. Who knows what I think/feel right now might change or whatever I expect might never really go beyond as days passed.

The bloody business, at least that was what Prof Shamsir described obstetrics as. Nah I haven’t witnessed any live deliveries just yet. Perhaps soon. This week is scheduled with lectures along the way which aren’t that bad actually. Days in the ward made you appreciate lectures. True enough.

It’s O&G rotation week 1. Day 2. A few lecture topics covered. My impression? O&G can’t be that stressful (judging by the material inputs). Surprisingly I didn’t feel as burdened as my first week of Internal Medicine 2 months ago (at least for now) and this confuses me. So I had it jotted in my head.

1.      Maybe because O&G has less topics to be covered that Medicine
2.      Maybe because I really am interested in the subject
3.      Maybe because it’s just lectures, still to early to feel that stress vibe (not that I wanted to anyway)
4.      Maybe because being carefree that I am, I’m a little late at sensing the pressure compare to my other colleagues
5.      Maybe because the subject is easy

Or maybe none of the above.

Honestly speaking I always wanted this to be the rotation I favorite the most. I imagined myself being an O&G specialist a lot! But I wonder if interest alone can change my studying attitude. Maybe it’s time to start taking Medicine seriously.

Bunga biru? Kaitan?
Ps: And oh our requirement includes conducting 15 baby deliveries. Exciting?
Pss: Actually number 4 is my favorite.

Currently addicted to #2

Here's AJ Rafael's original. When we say (juicebox).

I've definitely came across sexier voices before. But for now he wins. Man he really nailed the pitch low!
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