Probably not the best idea to write a blog post now given that my exam starts this Tuesday and I am not sure if I am prepared for it or not.
Yes, the exam in is two days and I am absolutely clueless about what lies in the future.
As if I ever did.
But then I think you guys understand what I am trying to say. That feeling. It's not every time you rock up in exams not knowing anything. But this time, I really have no clue what is installed in those 4 papers. It's sort of like visiting a new city, you Google and know a bit about the place, but you will never know what is bound to happen. For example, some storekeeper might sell you fake figs (does this actually exist?) or you might fall into a lake -.-
Okay bad example but.... yeah. I did my readings and looked at some past year questions but who knows what questions are they going to ask. Why am I even so nervous and stress about this when I have sat for countless exams? Oh yeah, maybe it's because I am in a foreign country, and it's my first time in uni, and I REALLY DON'T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT!!!! NYAAAA!!! Is this a sign that I have been spoon-fed back home, since we are given the proper format and get trained like robots to answer the questions months before the exam? Is that so? Or am I trying to tell myself, 'Abbs, you didn't study hard enough'. Either one sounds bad. *playssadmusic*
I hope I am not over confident or whatever, and I am praying hard that I won't fall sick, and have the ability to wake up early to sit for exams with a fresh mind and positive attitude.
I have a 3-week break waiting for me after these two weeks of exams so yay!!!! But I have no clue what I am gonna do for the 3 weeks? Work my butt off, maybe? Or shall I just slack at home all day and starting getting hooked to Game of Thrones? :O
Can't believe that I am actually at the end of my first semester. NOOOOO means I have aged D: hahaha but then we age every day, it's up to us to grow wiser, or dumber -.- I give thanks for how God has walked with me in this journey, pushing me through tough times and just staying by my side when I needed Him. I'm not normally a person who looks at the better side of things, but I think He is slowly teaching me to stay optimistic and not throw everything into a pit in my brain called 'die lah die lah'. I still do that on most occasions, but then I would turn back, pick those thoughts up and gently place them in the 'not too bad' basket.
I personally think this illustration of pits and baskets and plastic bags in my brain are pretty cool. But you can still choose to think I'm lame.
BECAUSE I AM.
muahahahaha signs of stress #examsmutatedmybraincells
'Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.'