Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Illusions never change, Into something real

I'm contemplating the burial of this blog. Or perhaps a sudden revival? Hmmm...

Friday, June 26, 2009

Believe in freedom, in love and fortune, And all we need is a piece of heaven

After all the procrastinating, hours of supposedly studying but playing game instead. It is finally over. FREEDOM for a month.

Meeting up with friends later for bowling but am already thinking about Melbourne. Tuesday!! What to pack? At this rate, i'll end up bringing my whole house to melbourne. H-E-L-P!
When I get back from Melbourne, I definitely need to get a job. Anyone wants to hire me? OR you can donate to the Joce is Poor Fund.
What would you do if you won 90 million? Thats how much the tuesday lotto draw is going to be. To any prospective winner out there =D ever thought about sponsoring a hardworking, diligent, bright young prospective Accountant or IT Specialist? =D
Michael Jackson died btw. And I'm still poor.
Post courtesy of YI, future chef-er who's switching to chef-ing because he likes cooking.

Friday, June 19, 2009

The warm breath of your closest friend , I'm waiting, I'm waiting

Hours to D-Day: 76.

Subjects done studying: 0.
Level of panic:
Except my brain seems to have a bit of a malfunction.
My heart says "SUPER PANIC SHOULD HAVE STUDIED EARLIER AND ATTENDED CLASSES", but my brain says "Ah, what's the worry. I still have time for one more game." And in the background, you hear "Pressure. Stress. Does not comprehend. Does not comprehend. System shutdown."
Time to nap.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Every smile and every tear, Every hope and all your fears

And the procrastination continues...

I went to the state library today. I was there for 4 hours. I studied 5 chapters. I am proud. Although I am still extremely behind. And the guy on Sha's left side was smelly. And the guy on my right was sneezy. But I am still proud. I studied.
Cherry elephant athazagoraphobe banana tree.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Baptised in the river, I'm delivered, I'm delivered

I just spent the past hour and a half desperately wading through the third page of Chapter 3 - Product costing, all the while thinking about what I should cook for dinner. Not to mention the number of naps I took this afternoon; Probably explains the length of time it took to get past the first 2 pages - 4 hours.


Saturday, June 13, 2009

'Cause in my head there's a Greyhound station, Where I send my thoughts to far off destinations

8 a.m.: *wakes up oozing resolution* I am really gonna finally study today!

8.30 a.m.: *feeling sluggish* I'll wait till midday, then I'll start.
12 p.m.: I need to cook lunch. I'll start at 2
2 p.m.: Chrono Crusade only has 57 chapters. I'm sure I can finish it by 5, and then I'll start.
5 p.m.: Still not done with Chrono Crusade. I'm sure I'll finish by 7, and then I'll start.
7 p.m.: I need to cook dinner. After dinner, I'll definitely start.
8 p.m. (after dinner): I feel so sleepy. Maybe I'll nap first and then I'll start.
Conclusion: Joce is incorrigible.
I am now officially one week and one day behind my study schedule.

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Time reversed, they're calling from the universe

Cash-strapped uni student wins $13m with old lotto ticket

ABC (Copyright © 2009 Yahoo!7 Pty Limited)
May 28, 2009, 12:47 pmA Perth university student, struggling to scrape together some cash, has discovered she is $13 million richer after checking a ten-month-old Oz lotto ticket.

The 30-year-old woman has told officials her father gave her the ticket as a gift in July last year.

For the past 10 months the outstanding ticket has made headlines as Western Australia's largest unsolved lottery mystery.

The woman says she put the ticket in a draw and completely forgot about it until she began worrying about money.

"I woke up this morning worried about our finances," she said.

"something made me think to check the tickets and I thought that if I win something, then I could help Mum and Dad out."

At first glance the woman thought she had won $13,000 but was later informed the amount was $13,185,273.

The woman wants to remain anonymous.

Anyone feeling generous? =D

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Till you open the door, There's so much more

Result of frustration perhaps?

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Take off your jacket, Don't walk out that door

What I'm doing when I really should be working on the army of assignments populating the corner of my room.

A little pre-explanation for the next one. For those not living in Aus, TGYH (this program) runs on Channel Ten. ABC is another TV channel.