Archive for January, 2010


January Reviews

Quote of the day:
“Perhaps the feelings that we experience when we are in love represent a normal state. Being in love shows a person who he should be.”
– Anton Chekhov

January has been a great year up to now. It’s not really that surprising considering my statement in the earlier part of the month was entirely contradicting to my current situation. Nonetheless, it’s been good so far, or at least the first 23 days of January 2010 anyways.

I got into many new situations recently. First off, this would officially be my SPM year, the one where everything I learned will be placed on trial approximate 300 days from now. Along with that comes the gigantic piles of homework. Even the first Cross Country trial was on the second day of school – talk about pressure. On the other half at home, my Internet turned whack, in a sense that only one user can access it at any given time, to the extent that the service provider had to contact me in order to resolve the problem, only to ultimately fail. The result: I’m alternating times with my brother now.

More experience seems to be filling my life now. With reference to this, iCarly’s latest episode as of 17th January. That episode alone gave me much knowledge I needed to know. A quote once went, “do not end up with the one you love, but love the one you end up with”. That was extremely true, as desire may not necessarily end as fate. Simply put, you don’t love someone for his or her actions, you love that person for who that person is. The month is going to end soon, with another 8 days to go.

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New Year 2010

Quote of the day:
“Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Right, it’s the first day of the new year. Is it a nice start for me? I don’t really know. I have to admit, the start of 2009 was better that what had happened yesterday. Okay, maybe I did get some fireworks display or something, but it was definitely not worth much. Today was probably a decent New Year that anyone could wish for.

SPM’s not going to come in until the next at least 300 days. Preparation? Over 75% of the people I know don’t even prepare until the last month.