Yesterday morning I was supposed to be preparing the materials for today’s work but instead, I spent hours checking out the following websites (yay procrastination!):
I stumbled across this website some time ago but it was only yesterday I decided to actually read most of the comics there. I even pre-ordered a book written by the owner of the website.
And oh, I also spent the afternoon deleting spam mails from my inbox.
Now that I’m done telling you those, I can move on to other things (like bore you with yet another blog post on my teaching attachment).
It feels strangely disorienting that, the more experience I get from the teaching practice, the less I feel inclined to get up from bed and face the another day of teaching. Probably the thought of doing this for the next 30 years scares me. I’m even starting to question my sanity for picking this profession in the first place. This is a sentiment I share with Leon (and with a coupla of my friends too). Right now we pretty much spend the time ticking off the days off the calendar (two more months to freedom1).
I finally bought this book from BookDepository.
I’ve been meaning to buy this book for like, I dunno, months? The reason why I didn’t get the book earlier was because I wasn’t sure if the custom officers would let the book pass through (due to the word ‘penisland’ on the cover). But I finally got over my hesitation (also because the urge to buy it was stronger) and purchased it. I remembered shutting my eyes when I clicked the ‘Buy’ button, LOL!
Another book I purchased from the same online bookstore is
I want to thank you all my dear readers for sticking with me despite my inactivity on the internet and for keep coming back to read the horrible nonsense I put in my blog. Thank you so much.
1 Freedom here refers to the last day of the work attachment.