And when exam is here, all I do is to look forward any thing other than studying. To be honest, I am really tired of just studying the exact thing for at least last year and half. I almost know what will be examined and this isn’t making any else too. Kudos to you if you are still reading this.
Just to give this post a reasonable length, let me put forward some thoughts from the last week. I am a firm believer of whatever happens, happens for some reasons beneficial for you. My phone broke last week. Since then, I haven’t switched to another one. It feels really awesome to be without a phone. No tensions of spending on credit, no tensions of timely replying to SMS or facing arguments for ignoring em. Meanwhile, I have also deactivated Facebook. Although I miss some Facebook gems by keyboard Jihadis but it still is peaceful because no one is either asking me to get them a car or send recipes. Yeah, those Facebook friends who turn to you when it is only they who need something.
Twitter is off too. I so much missed twimmentary during the SA v Pak ODI series. For someone who has posted nearly 30k tweets in a year, this is still very difficult. Apart from that, I almost knew that I won’t me receiving “where is @ChocoloateCharsi” type of tweets. Nothing has been surprising there. Keep your real friends closer and virtual friends limited to the availability of internet.
At last, this (for such long) crush is now taking better of me. All those post hitting the bed insomniac thoughts because of a cup of coffee are only dominated by her. A new plan is made every night which is flushed down in the morning by seeing a close one lying dead.
Back to exams. I know what will be examined. I don’t know how should I improve my handwriting in two days. If you are still reading, any tips please? I am seriously not expecting any replies though.
p.s. Chutiyapay sirf tum he nahin dikhatay, Pakistan. Tumhara ustaad South Africa hai!