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All geared up for tomorrow

To continue from my last post, yes I did finish Light on Snow but I have yet to start on my next book which is Three Cups of Tea. Maybe on my trip to JB this coming weekend.

It’s a working trip people, in which I will spend my weekend watching young people attempt to spell big and small words. This will be my first experience going on the tour, so I’m a little bit anxious about it. Still, I’m looking forward to doing something new.

Well, if Rumer Willis (@TheRue) can learn (to bake) something new everyday, I can at least try to do something different every weekend, no?

Now, I’m not one to enjoy working on the weekend BUT if you think about it, when else will I get the chance to travel to different cities? I’m following my colleague to JB this weekend and then I have to do it on my own in Taiping the following weekend. Maybe I can get my new friends to try the famous pulut cendol while we are there.

That’s the spirit eh?

Well, tomorrow I have two interviews to do. So I was really fired up after reaching Shah Alam from my hometown and ended up ironing three days’ worth of work clothes and folding all the clothes from Friday’s laundry. I would hate the thought of coming home on Monday evening to find a pile of laundry waiting to be folded T_T

Now that THAT’s out of the way, I can finally blog in peace before I take a short shower and pack my bags for tomorrow.

Actually, I have no idea why people(myself included) make it such a big deal to get everything ready on Sunday night. We make the whole going to work on Monday such a big deal. It’s like “ZOMG it’s Monday!!!!”

Frankly, I think we give Mondays too much credit. We treat Monday like it’s some big bully that should be feared. Do you notice how we couldn’t be bothered to get ready for work when it’s Thursday night. Some people even wear jeans and a relax top to work on Friday because it’s casual Friday. Why can’t we treat Fridays the way we do Mondays? With equal respect or equal casualness?

This is food for thought for me too. I always make sure that I sleep early on Sunday night but I just can’t give a damn about other nights.

I think it’s time we treat all nights with equal respect and importance, don’t you?



Suziemclean is a Piscean who can't swim. She is 40 and married to a wonderful (younger) man who makes her laugh, and finds her corny sense of humour "endearing". She lives with her husband, family and cat in Shah Alam.

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