I am going to set some goals on a notebook which I want to accomplish in 4 months. I wonder if I’ll be able to make it though? It deals about some aspects personally, spiritually and physically. I’m bad at making things work though. It’s always messed up. Errr. But I must try anyways.
Like they say, no matter how hard things maybe, we’ll be able to face fears and become the better self we’ve always wanted. Well, what am I saying here. I need to go now!
Awhile ago, they were discussing about a “company outing” at our office. It seems really cool, I haven’t seen coco reef swimsuit for the last 10 years of my life and truthfully it’s been a long while since I went outing.
But there’s a part of me who doesn’t really want to go, not to mention, that I’m not close with anyone at all in our office – I’d probably get lost or have a hard time. Then again, that’s why it’s called team building right? I can imagine a lot of drinking and swimming though which I’m not fond of. I don’t think bringing someone with me isn’t an ideal plan either because the person would rather feel awkward so much more than I feel. Sigh!
We just watched Stein;Gate‘s ending continuation last night (OVA). It was pretty short and I thought there was another problem that they were going to go through but it appears to be just your pure happy ending and some introduction who Suzuha’s mom will be (oops, spoiler)
A time machine must be really nice. One can go back in time to maybe alter some things you wish you did or didn’t do. Then again, would you really use it to change things?
For me, I would go back in time not to correct things but to relive them – especially the times I met certain people that has given an impact on my life. I would never want to change a thing even if there were trials and troubles.
But it would be cool to know what the future holds! Then again, doing that would be the same as trying to change the past. Tsk. What would you if you had a time machine?