For the pass few weeks, I've been thinking whether I should go back to Miri or not. I still wanted to stay in KL and look for job. But, since graduated for 3 months I only got 4 calls. I guess that's a lot better than no one call me. HaHa!
It's been a dilemma case. I've been staying in Semenyih for too long.
Going back to Miri, there's definitely a car for me but no place to go. Unlike KL, no car but plenty of places to go.
All the years of studying, I'm not sure if it's enough for me to earn back that much money in a short period of time. I know it's impossible unless I really think of some other thing to earn back the money that my dad spent on me.
Graduated yes, but then looking for the job I wanted is hard. KL, maybe not the place for me to look for job even though there's public transportation provided. Honestly, I hate the KTM train service. Inefficient!
Delayed for most of the time, and that's what they are famous for. Even the air conditioning doesn't work some of the time. The worst experience I had is the trip to Klang. From Mid Valley train station to KL Central, the train came without air conditioning.
Imagine the train is full of people, and full of body contact with each other. Plus, no air conditioning. With only that one station stop, my shirts are wet! Even one of the American tourist was complaining and said "This is ridiculous!".
That is not a good impression towards Malaysia.
Anyway, this is one of the thing that Malaysia need to change. Efficiency, and it is important!
I have nothing to write about, heh~ One story to another. Love to do typing, and that is why some times I like to chat with friends. :)
It has been the third month after finishing my degree. After struggling I finally get to graduate. Grateful to Our Father In Heaven. I have never thought I could have finish my studies in KL.
Seriously, it is hard. Regretting for not getting second upper is pointless now. I'm grateful that I've been improving since year 1. My average increases bit by bit. I'm proud of that. :) God is in control.
Now, I'll be staying in KL for a while on looking for a job here. I'm still jobless but trying hard to find one. Been in the first interview, and that is something good where we learn to talk.
Learnt something from the interview:
1. Never say, "I don't know." This is a very very very bad answer. Advised by Adam.
2. Think before you answer, take your time.
3. Be confident with your answer even if you think it's a little boasting.
4. Always have the will to learn everything since study and work is 2 different thing. (My opinion though)
These few days, I've been thinking of going back to Miri. I do miss Miri sometimes, but not as much as before already. But, until I get my job maybe then I'll go back. If things doesn't go well, I will be back in Miri.
Summer holiday have been really boring besides on going to church. Still trying to get through my lazy attitude, and this morning I've at least done something. I've cleaned my toilet. xD
Nothing to be proud of, but I just knew that having to do something is fun and at least it's meaningful. :)
Sometimes we all tend to think, Why does this happen to me? I have always ask this myself non-stop since I was a kid. Well, only some of you know what really happen. Thanks for listening.
There's a lot of other people having the worst situation than us. I always have this selfish thinking of myself because a lot of other people having a good family and all. But I never think about other people who have never known their loved ones. Who have never spend more time like I have.
Yes, we are selfish at a time when we're down and frustrated. Every family have their difficulties in life. All this happen with a reason and I am very sure of that. And of course we have to believe in why God gave us this path. Strength to deal with that matter.
Okay, I sounded weird now. I don't really know what I'm writing already. But what I'm trying to say is, things happen for a reason, and we should appreciate everything what is in front of us. Regretting will be useless because it already happened. We have to be strong, and appreciate.