so how was your week-end? Unlike US folks, I didn't have a long week-end. Nope, I had to go back to work yesterday :( but it was all right, I was able to sneak off to the bookstore. I bought the Bridgertons series as well as Melissa Nathan's backlist and a couple more. Then, after paying, the clerk tells me it's double discount days this week-end... So instead of saving 10%, I could have saved 20%. She asked if I wanted to return the books, but I said no... cos the bookstore I went was the farthest one (near my work) and there's no way I'm going to drive back on the week-end... but still, couldn't she have said something beforehand?
Rosie has been really busy with her son's coming graduation that she asked other what were their to do list. This is what I wrote in the comment section:
1.organize all my books and clean up my chaotic room
3.return one of the cell phone
I didn't touch my room at all since last week... however, I did give away my old computer and computer desk... so it's not too bad. Also, I finally signed up to the gym yesterday... for 3 months. That's a start. Now, I need to go train... sigh. I guess this isn't the right attitude, being depressed even before starting. I was going to wait till I finish shelving, but then, I figure I was only lying to myself and looking for excuse. So I went and signed up. I have no idea what I'm going to do... :( but yeah, I need to get back in shape and lose weight :( So first step taken.
Yesterday at supper, my dad talked about my future... more like, what am I going to do in the future. He says I should try out for pharmacy schools in the States... or law. I have no interest in law, so that takes care of it... as for pharmacy schools... My dad is right in a way. I'm still young and pharmacy schools will only take a few years and after that, I'm set right? The thing is, the idea of being so much in debts depresses me. Really. Never been in debt in my life and suddenly, at 30 y.o. I'll be more than 100k in debt? Hmmm, not appealing at all.
After he brought up pharmacy or law, I don't think it was a good time to tell him: you know what, Dad? I was thinking of becoming an office manager or whatever you call secretary nowadays. Sigh. There's another option: translation. I had a friend talked to me about one of his friends going into translation after a B.Sc. It sounds good, given the fact that we live in a bilingual country. I'm going to explore it a little more, see if there's a market for it... perhaps that what I'll do. Ugh. Future... if only I could find a rich husband and not worried anymore... but isn't that all our dream? LOL :P
anyway, time for me to got to work. I'll have a review up later today.