A Busy Weekend

I have just finished a busy weekend. Went to pick up my Mom ~400km up North East and ~400km back, and sending her off for Hajj at Kelana Jaya Hajj Complex.

Today I was dead tired, but unable to get any sleep due to the fact that I slept early the night before and woke up quite late in the morning.

And in about 40 minutes I will have to be at work, on night shift for 9 hours.

My web development client has been pressuring me, and on Thursday I will be on flight to Langkawi for the company trip. With so many events they planned for the trip I imagine that I will not be able to get so much rest after all.

Tonight at midnight will be our 3rd year anniversary and I have nothing prepared. Hopefully I can manage to go to a good dinner tomorrow night for our anniversary.

Still dead tired, hopefully I will get through the night without any problems and get back home at 7.30am. Usually that’s not possible as there were so many things to finish at work.

A close friend of mine said that when she feels tired and out of sleep, she’ll say to herself that she’ll have lots of time to rest/sleep when she retires. I said to her: what if the reaper comes and takes you before you retires? Oh well that’s so “chicken and egg“.

Oh well, at least I have a nice job. I have to learn to be thankful for that 🙂


3 thoughts on “A Busy Weekend”

  1. yes..I think you have a nice job.. 🙂 My ambition before is to be a preogrammer but at last I end up to be a teacher.. 🙂 haha..

    btw..You are the first one that I seen to have the digg.com.my submit button..how did you manage to do that?Do you mind to share it with me? 🙂

  2. Bat,

    Sorry I was away for the weekend since Thursday. I saw it somewhere and after analyzing, I found that the code is not that much different from the original digg. Well at least this is focused for Malaysian contents.

    There’s too many of that kind of tool on the Internet nowadays and I simply have no time to be member for each and every one of them.

    Teaching is a good profession; just do a good job educating the younger generations, ok?


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