I imagined that it would have been long long hours of clerking cases.
Instead, my first 2 days were fairly good. I reached home before 3pm on both days =)
Then on the 2nd and 4th day, I reached home at 4pm.
It's rather tiring, but I managed to squeeze time into:
- watching some tv shows.
- packing my luggage (esp after finding out that PohYee packed a whopping 40kgs into her luggage) sadly I didn't fare that well in trying to pack within the allocated weight of 20kg (or so I thought)
*note* the following content has been edited after wen chin asked me,
"are you sure there's nothing wrong with your weighing scale?"
which I then answered "it's not" confidently,
and promised her some pictures of my "supposedly overweight" luggage.
And so, I did.
I went up, took a picture of what I have accumulated in my luggage.
Weighed it, took a picture. ( I thought it's 30kg)
Took out the items, took a picture of the items, and realised it's actually quite a lot of stuff.
And then I saw that my empty luggage was 10kg.
I thought it was 5kg.(I thought to myself, still unaware that I had actually misread the 30lbs for 30kg)
Then I looked closer and saw the red numbers *gasped*
and figured I might as well be the dumbest girl on the universe for reading a weighing scale wrongly. LOL~~~~
Thank goodness wen chin asked me that question,
IF not, I would be thinking that my luggage was overweight, and stopped packing altogether!!
Somehow, packing is fun.
Maybe because I always try on my own clothes while I pack. Yes. I try on my own clothes, just to see if I still fit them. And sadly, I found out that a few pants were too
Another good deed done. *cheers*
Wait, what about the pharmcare issues which one is supposed to look out for during hospital attachment? Unfortunately, I skipped that whole part, and was busy settling my visa thing.
The visa application (which till now has yet to be completed)
is a tedious, and tiring, and saddening case,
especially when you have been waiting so long to get the offer letter,
and when JPA gave a not-so-complete financial affidavit.
So, that makes life a sad thing.
In the end, I doubt we'll make it to Perhentian.
Which is good in its own way, as I'm planning to save money >.<
p/s: a patient died in the ward while I was clerking another patients' case. I knew that he was having complications, as doctors crowded around him (and more doctors or nurses came). But I didn't know that he passed away, until my lecturers mentioned that a patient on that bed died.......