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#2 it is!

Thanks for the comments!!! ;D I feel loved! Awwww~ Haha.. no seriously.. Jean was complaining that I should get a chatbox for my blog but I disproved that the comments page isn't that troublesome! Right? right? Lol... other than the fact that I dunno how.... Anyway, YAY, #2 it is! ;) I'll make an appointment asap! ;D

Actually, having a blog kinda makes me enthusiastic about my module this sem, CS1101C - computer programming; the C language. O.O lol... I was thinking, I'd finally know how to change my blog skin. Haha~

Anyway, work was good & bad today. Just 4 days past my barista test, 18/1, I had a mystery shopper (a delegate from the headquarters) come & assess our team's performance! X( Due to various circumstances, which is certainly enough to excuse some of our lapses in performance, we failed to meet expectations - scoring the lowest score in the history of Starbucks Airport. When my manager talked to me & my manager of shift that day, I was caught in between being optimistic & moving on, & hanging my head in shame. Ugh! It feels horrible! It's like, so much for New Year resolutions & all the optimism & confidence for the job & school...

BUT GOD saved the day~

yeah.. handled the register today... THANK GOD that the amount tallied & i even came up with an excess of $1. Lol... I was like: 'Yay! We made a profit of $1!'

Am feeling the physical strain. It's as if the past weeks of horrible cough & cold have never left.. after a brief spell of good health, i'm suddenly sensitive to the cold & needy of more than 9 hrs of sleep a day. It's like the first time I've missed hearing the alarm after so many years of light-sleeping! Well, goodbye to that! ;D NOOOOO~ I seriously dislike waking up late and spending unnecessary cash on taking the cab, albeit it benefits the economy and all that. Xp

Yeah.. despite that, I'm psyched for sem 2 - Still. Woo... amazing, confidence IN God & not myself, is carrying me through more than 3 weeks of optimism! God, carry me through this sem! This building fund period! this year!!!


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