This is my 100th post on my blog since the first post on my old Blogger Blog. It was about 8 month ago which was also my birthday.I’ve wrote almost all significant event since then.
- Final Year Presentation (April 11, April 12-1, April 12-2),
- Reason I did not sleep(so special for me),
- Last days in UTM as a Degree student (April 23,24,25,26,29),
- Fun Trip to Bukit berlumut,
- NREB Memories (my industrial training),
- Kolej TDTHB Mini Reunion 2007
- Being Chased Away,
- My promise to Myself,
- Conversation with my Aunt,
- Cute Vector Art
- And this post which mark 100th post I wrote.
I admit writing a blog is easier said than done. I have tried countless of time to write continuously but always failed until I use my very own name to be the blog address (alvinalexander.wordpress.com). I felt responsible to take care my blog as if taking care of my own name. I am glad I create this blog. FYI I have very little number of readers for my blog. Until now they are only 2000 views on my blog which is less than a person a day in average. But I keep writing because I want to keep track of what I am thinking at some specific time.
There are some reasons that I really love being a student. One of them is, I own my own freedom. I have almost unlimited liberty to choose what I wanted to do every morning I open my eyes. No string attach. No commitments and nothing can stop me from doing what I like and what not. As far as I still get hold of myself, I won’t do something beyond the border of sanity. I have choice to be good or to be bad. Of course I go for the white side of the “Force”. As long as I lead for the right “path” I will find the “Master”.(I don’t want to be a dark Sith)
Besides trying to eat different food every meal, I always make sure that my days are not routine and repetitious. I have this strong desire to make a slight or dramatic change everyday. For instance I never sleep or had my meal at the same time everyday. I just don’t dare to tarnish my colorful day with some plain mundane activities. Its my liberty, my least power to control my own time. By the way, time is relative. I can’t remember when was my last two consecutive days with a similar activities in it. (Anybody know any possible medical consequences?)