thoughts on a sunday morning

Good morning! I feel relax today knowing that I’m finally done with my CELPIP exam. I took it yesterday morning for 2.5 hours. It was an exhausting couple of days anticipating it that I was always anxious whenever I thought about it. It wasn’t a very difficult exam, but just another bothering task. The result is to be expected this week, hopefully, it’s not too bad. I didn’t review that much, so I’m not hoping for a great score anyway.

I woke up at 7 am today with nothing on my mind. I wasn’t that hungry, but since I’m so used to eating breakfast I made myself a coffee and bread. Then, I started watching a Netflix movie before I remembered I have to at least write something today. I’ve been wanting to do it since last month but the motivation wasn’t always that strong.

This coming June, I will be applying for my permanent residency here in Canada. Wow. Time flies, eh? I am hoping that my application gets to be picked almost as instant after I apply. Although it is always unpredictable, I’m still optimistic about the lower score since we’re still in the middle of a pandemic.

Another thing I’m looking forward is to travel soon. It’s either my family visits me here in Canada or I travel out of the country. I miss planning and booking for places I want to see. And I know there are more important things to be thinking about right now, but it’s just been too long.

Of course, I always think about how grateful where I am for this life at such a young age. Sometimes when I look back, I tell myself how on earth was I able to achieved all of this? I remember being lost for a long time and finding my worth again. To tell you, it was beating myself to get out of that black hole that pushed me to do great things. As there are always positive outcomes in every darkness we face, I make sure to purge out every goodness in disappointments in my life. I always move forward, so should you.

It’s been a little over a year since the pandemic happened and I still use the same excuse for being idle. I don’t see myself exerting more effort than I know I could. But I think it’s time to admit to myself that I need to start improving myself again. It’s time to find out a little deeper about myself.

It’s such an interesting morning today. I guess once I started writing, all of my thoughts wanted all at once to be written. I wanted to write more, but this post doesn’t need more random things right now. I shall save it for the next ones.

Have a great day, you.



2 thoughts on “thoughts on a sunday morning

  1. If your life was a movie, your character development would go from 0 to 100. Well not really from zero as in nothing, but you know… You come a long way! Excited for you.

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