I missed my blog’s fifth birthday two days ago and I am quite ashamed of that. And it’s no wonder, considering how occupied I am nowadays that I can’t really keep track of the time. It’s already the third week of July, which means it’s almost been a month for me here. Weird. Sometimes I feel like time doesn’t pass by fast enough and sometimes I feel like time literally flies. This is one of those times when I lean towards the latter.
This year, I have not planned anything for this birthday (or anniversary, as WordPress likes to call it) (I wouldn’t even have remembered its birthday had WordPress not notified me itself). I’d wanted to film a room tour for weeks now but it’s always weird whenever there’s anyone around and also I don’t have wifi in the apartment and I think that’s the worst thing of all, having no wifi. Unless I can make sure uploading a video won’t use up all the memory on this broadband thing, it will have to wait, I suppose. But yes, happy birthday to Careful Confessions who was created on the 20th of July 2008, during which it was still childishly named “My World of Chaos”. So deep, man.
Since I’m not doing anything spectacular this year, I’m going to tell you about my ALSTAR event last Friday. In case you didn’t know, ALSTAR, aka A Level Student Ambassadors is a society I joined two weeks ago and being randomly thrown into groups, we had to organise and event at college and my group (dubbed The Voice by, well, ourselves) decided to organise a gaming event called Minute to Win It. Now, I don’t know if any of you have ever heard it, but it’s based off a TV reality game show where one has to complete a particular challenge -which may seem easy at first but is actually deviously diabolical- in 60 seconds. Some of the games include stacking 30 cups using alternating hands, shaking ping pong balls out of an empty tissue box tied around your waist- simple games that only involve simple household items but not as simple as it looks like.
The previous night, I had a nightmare in which our event turned out to be a flop and everyone started crying. Luckily, that didn’t happen. In fact, it turned out pretty well! I had a lot of fun, and I hope everyone else did too. So that was the highlight of the day, if not the entire week.
And that is all for now, folks! As I am typing this, the royal baby is going to pop out any moment. Keep that in mind.