I realise I have been leaving this blog dead for so damn long.
Anyway, so much has happened for the past month. So much laughter, so much tears, so much regret, so much sacrifice and so much more and more.
I think one of my biggest takeaways this month is the experience of being a trainer. It's a growing up experience that, kinda, let me understand a little bit more about what my seniors went through guiding me along when I was preparing for Comp back then, so many years ago.
It's a strange feeling to have when you almost cry on stage (AT THE ROSTRUM) when you announced that your school has won the category. It's also another strange feeling that you feel like crying when you see some of your kids crying after losing.
It's another experience altogether thinking and owrryign and trying to get them to pull themselves together. Heart-wrenching moments on facebook and msn looking at their emo statuses.
It has been a week, and so far most of them are already back on the path. Hopefully they'll walk well for the next few months to come =)
Kaijie's MBTI prompted me to post mine, which I took a few weeks back, here.
You are: The Executive (ENTJ)
ENTJs take charge quickly and deal directly with problems, especially in situations that involve confusion and inefficiency. They provide structure to the organizations to which they belong and design strategies to accomplish their personal and organizational goals. They develop broad, action-oriented plans, and supply the necessary energy and momentum to see that these plans are accomplished. ENTJs are "take charge" people who organize their own, and others', external environments. They do not take "no" for an answer; instead, they use their resources to find a way to meet the challenge. They are at their best in using their analytical and strategic thinking.
I got lazy of pasting all the load of words and got further reminded of blocks (discussing econs with Derek now). Check out facebook MyType to find out more...
I CAN'T BELIEVE IT.
Arts Fest is already going to be my LAST DANCE ITEM :O
Time flies too fast!
From last year's SYF Zapin Tiong Hwa, to the Inang, to the Tari Topeng, and now Arts Fest.
I realise time is really too short for me to enjoy my (short) Malay Dance life in HCI. But I did reap the necessary benefits (:
Like such as going for Youth Leadership Dance Camp and learning about all the different genres with all the pros from other schools (esp. with Mdm Som Said and Mrs Bhaskar. Honoured!!)
Having my FIRST SYF experience and getting Gold =D
Competing in a small-scale competition as the only non-Malay team, and receiving lots of encouragement from our Malay counterparts.
Exploring the contemporary realms of Malay Dance.
Just one last regret: after learning so much from the Dance Camp, I never got the chance to choreo my own item. Lots of ideas but no avenues to express them. That's something I really hope to do one day. =)
It's odd for me to realise that other than homework I'm really too tired to get myself involved in anything else.
I don't know if it's conscious or sub-conscious, but apparently I'm getting my homework done, which is good (:
But that really doesn't mean that my grades are getting better. I'm still not confident.
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I am very affected by the loss of my precious, less-than-2-months old thumbdrive and the orange bear which went along with it. =(
I need OUT.
Think too many things are occupying my mind space that I can't exactly concentrate on any piece of work I need to do.
Time to prioritise and put some effort into completing all my work on schedule.
(ohmygoodness what kind of self-encouragement is this=.=)
Labels: randomness at its greatest
What was I writing?
And to think that I was on quite a positive note for the Corps. Guess that I'm starting the new year on a very wrong note.
But, better late than never.
And it shouldn't go any later.
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