Assalamualaikum and Hello World..
Yeah, if you have read my previous entry, which sounds like I’m very troubled, lame and sad.. And probably seemed LOST.. Well, it’s true. I got quite some feedback though. While some are very good, supportive, encouraging
Some would just give me a slap in the face. (It really felt like real though, my face really are burning red 😦 )
I really thank for all of the support I have from my mom, Elvin Adham (My brother), my friends, and also to my readers. A very BIG, GIGANTIC, FAT thank you to my friends, Youssry Ruslan, Siti Suraya Sani, Nur Nadiah Syahirah, Najeh Yusri, Suhaimi Salim and Aisyah A. Sabari for all of your endless support.
Some of them sent me messages, Inbox me on my Facebook and there’s also called me for like hours. Thank you guys.
Also for all of your comments, thank you for reading, understanding and leaving your opinion.
I learned something though. Something very IMPORTANT.
That I am NOT ALONE in this… NOT ALONE.
I have somebody else that went through the same thing.. (There are many more less fortunate)
I have others, to back me up, help me get up, be there in my times of need. (Friends like these, you don’t EVER let go in your life)
THE MOST IMPORTANT :
I have Allah that will always hear my prayers.
I’m standing slowly, back on my feet, and crawling out of this DARK, STINKY and COLD PIT, and only The Almighty can help me through this.
So.. Back to the topic, the final examination, which I’d love to call the Mr. BRUTAL EXAM had commenced today, and my very first opponent is my most favorite subject in the world.
I don’t know about you guys, but I have been fighting with Mrs. MATH like for eternity. She’s very persistent with wanting me to solve her problems. Clearly, she hasn’t read my blog about my other problems.
It’s not as hard as I thought it should be, Alhamdulillah. Maybe not like 100 percent A+, but I know, I can pass.
The exam hall was EXTREMELY COLD, it’s like they put us in a freezer. There was a funny incident back then though. The invigilator was like,
“You are not allowed to go out 30 minutes after the exam commenced and 30 minutes before the exam ends”
Several hours after the big versus begins with me and the viscous exam….
I don’t know why, but my bladder was literally shouting;
“ You better get the water inside me now, or I’ll make you suffer throughout this exam!”- Sir Grumpy Bladder
I think the person beside me heard my bladder talking, too.
Just when I’m about to raise my hand to ask permission to go to the restroom, the invigilators were like, “yeah, it’s not allowed anymore”
I could probably swear I looked like this when I heard those words..
So, the battle wasn’t really between me and The Brutal Exam, it’s also with my Brutal Bladder.
I hold my urge to pee for almost 45 minutes, and trust me, I was shaking on my way through to the restroom.
That was the worst 45 minutes of “Battle with the Sir Grumply Bladder” so far..
- My First Chemistry Exam (danyhdez95.wordpress.com)
- Becoming an exam invigilator! (joannajowallace.wordpress.com)