Despite facing numerous assessments this week, I asked Junie to play and relax. After all, we can’t live for exams.
There are numerous tests this week in J’s school. School life in Singapore is not easy… not easy…
Junie is turning 8 in June. These 8 years are just like the twinkle of the eye. I am sure very soon, another 8 years would pass. By then, I would be facing a teenager, the most challenging creature in this planet. So I have decided to start early and prepare myself for this trying stage. I am now in the process of searching appropriate stuff to learn from. It’s so nice that nowadays the online bookstore offers trial reading.
One of my ears is clogged. It doesn’t cause any pain but the unbalanced hearing ability made me dizzy. So I decided to see to the doctor, for the first time in Singapore. The clinic I visited was v luxurious (I believe its target patients are expats as it is called the international clinic). Great facilities. Detailed registration procedures. Dispensary filled w the latest medicine. Yet, they failed to identify the cause of my clogged ear. Frankly speaking, I was not surprised. This exactly coincides with my experiences after having been here for a year – you are in a city with everything… But somehow, you can never find what you want.
I left the clinic after paying a fee of SGD183 (USD147 ) in exchange of an unsolved health problem and a bag full of expensive medicine.
my study is… Big big disaster. Readers may wonder why, every now and then, this kind of posts pops up…? Well, all I can say is, that’s life! My life! 🙂