I have wanted to do a Merdeka post, but somehow it didn't turn out right as the sentiment and feelings have dissipated.
Since coming back from KL last weekend, I have been so caught up with work and stuff that I didn't have the energy to blog. Which was why I didn't even know my blog was somehow "deleted" for the past few days.
Life here has been getting better. I have things to do on weekends which keep my time occupied. Like waking up at 6.30 this morning to jog. Then having vegetarian brunch with some friends.
Oh, and I was introduced to this word last week from a neighbour - tunch, meaning tea and lunch, a meal before tea but after lunch.
I was like WTF and trying hard to keep a straight face.
Since when we have tea time (excluding the "tea time" in government offices)? And can't a meal at three in the afternoon just be lunch, a late one at that?
Anyway, I digress.
Basically, I am getting comfortable here. Which is not what I want. I don't want to feel so comfortable till I don't want to leave.
There are actually things to do here which I have always wanted to do but didn't. The lifestyle is very active, as in sports and outdoor activities. I have never seen so many people of all ages get up so early on a Sunday morning to jog / cycle / roller-blade / picnic.
And I like that. I have even signed up for the Terry Fox run in two weeks time.
It has been four months already that I am here. Things have turned out quite alright so far and with some cautious optimism, I can say that life can only get better.