The thing about a girl (or basically every human being on earth) is every once in a while, she will get some bad case of mood swings. Whether it is because of someone, or something, or even anything.
Like these two or three days, I had that, and I believe I am still having the mood swing.
So. What happened on Monday: I was in NO mood to do anything. At. All. Or in other words, procrastinating.
What happened on Tuesday: I was in super good mood because I didn’t have to meet my supervisor (he’s too busy), and after that I met with my course director, who gave me good news, and that meant BIG smiley face.
Then, I hopped in bus 250 trying to go to some place called The Lowry. I asked the bus driver to tell me to get off on the right stop, but then he just grumped and shut my face down. Still full of smile, because I wanted to know what kind of place The Lowry is. And I’m hyped because I want to meet the people I’m meeting. So there I was, riding on and on.. until…. Selfridges happened. Well, Trafford Centre was right there in front of my eyes. Not only that, I really need to pee real bad. But as logical sense go, I hopped off bus 250, and hopped on bus X50. Well, this time, the bus driver is a very nice lady who told me to get off on War Museum (which happened to have free entry, by the way). So I got off, and walked as fast as I could to The Lowry.
I arrived at the South Room, to meet one of the coordinator, and then I sat down and talk to the other coordinator who is so welcoming, full of smile, and just a blessing from above. Although I was apologizing a thousand times for being late, they still said “it’s okay, don’t worry.”
After the meeting, I went home, and tried to catch sleep a lil bit earlier because I had a 6am train to London.
London is what happened Wednesday.
Basically, what I happened to understand is this simple fact: I did not go to London. It felt like I was asleep from 9 pm on Tuesday, until 3 pm on Wednesday. Well, roughly said, I lost 18 hours of my life.
But the thing is, I still thankful for all of this.
Am I a bad person to have mood swing? Well, definitely not.
Once in a while, it’s just a reminder that I am human, although I am trying to be emotionally balanced all the time, there’s a time when God says ‘this time emotion can cloud your judgment, but you would learn a lot from the experience’ and that time is now. Tomorrow, I’ll try to be better.
Well, that’s my three days in a row guys. See you later!