Two hours. Two years.

What’s the difference between writing by hand and typing? Writing feels more authentic. You can form each letter with your own characteristic strokes. You can allow the words to flow from your pen. It’s your voice, your words, your writing.
I’m in the bathroom, about to take a shower when I’m afraid I’ll get bored and so grab my NEW notebook (I lost the last 2 when they were OVER HALF COMPLETE) to write in. So I’m here writing when I should be taking a shower. Great – wasting energy, misusing time…okay, just one more sentence. But-you’re-in-trouble-because-it’s-going-to-be-a-run-on-sentence-that-goes-on-forever-and-ever-and-ever…sorry. Time to bath, see you(that was two sentences, apologies for that).

And I’m out. Since ’10 is nearing, you must’ve (or should have) thought of some new year’s resolutions! Here are some suggestions if you haven’t already made yours:
1. Keep to New Year’s Resolutions
2. Spend less time saying and more time doing.
3. Don’t (well try not to) waste time.
🙂 Got to go watch the count-down on the telly. See you!

I am living in 2010. Now! I can’t believe it. Okay. It’s just a difference of an hour or so. But it makes such a difference.
Okay so this year I’m going to blah blah blah blah blah & blah. x) Yes!
Enough of that crap. Hope you all have much better New Year wishes than I do! God bless, good health and prosperity to all! (And help me wish for more sense in writing online journals.)

I forgot to note down something: Avatar was AMAZING. It’s really sad, though. Incredible graphics, likeable characters…all-you-can-want in a good movie. Go watch it as a New Year’s treat. You won’t regret it.

Night night. And for those cities who are still ‘in ’09’, spend the last few hours wisely. Yes Mom, I’ll stop nagging (hey wait isn’t that ironic?). Right. Write again soon!

Note: When I was looking for an image for this post, I google-imaged ‘2010’ and guess what I got? Page after page of cars. Wow. Doesn’t that reflect something?


Author: Jessica Y

Economics student at the University of Cambridge. Aspiring data scientist.

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