Monday, June 2, 2008

Oh!What a journey....!

Terrible journey to KLMUC...full of hopeless hope…

It’s June 2,2008 and I slept late last night, 'cuz yesterday I had a terrible day – don’t ask me what happened ‘cuz I don’t want to remember and oh my, don't tell me I'm going to have terrible day-everyday(Help!)... Therefore, I still feel tired and sleepy right now...luckily it won't affect my mood today (…since I'm a moody person...). Well, I was hoping for a quick and perfect journey to my college this morning (huh, of course…everyone wants a perfect day…)

I was on my way to college from my sister's place at Subang Jaya this morning. Oh, before that let me rewind my life to the earlier part. My alarm rings at 6.30a.m...but since I'm still so tired, so I postponed it to 15min later... Last night, my sister's house mate offered to give me a ride to Subang Jaya KTM station, so I forced myself to wake up right before my alarm rings at 6.44am. I manage to prepare myself early hoping (...again-hoping) that I can reach to college on time.

I reach KTM station at 8.30a.m...I know I won't be able to make it on time to college, but I still hope I can attend the first class. OK, here comes the terrible part… The most unwanted thing happens when you're in hurry; the train was delayed for half an hour...In terms of time, it’s still its fine for me. Well, you know…students being late to college…its normal I guess (...hmm...is it?*wondering*)…Then, I look up at the people who are also just like me, waiting for the train...and I was like- OMG! All these people are going to squeeze themselves in the train! (*with my eyes and mouth wide open*)…

Half an hour later, the train arrived (finally)…and it’s already too crowded in the train but people keep squeezing in…I have no choice but to join them, otherwise I’ll be late for my favorite English class (*wink*) and I don’t want that to happen…I’m the last person to enter the train, hoping that I can stick near to the train’s door until I reach Bank Negara (my destination)…Again, it became hopeless hope ‘cuz at the next stop, I have to move further in so that other people can enter the train...

At each stop, more and more people get in to the train and I’m dying to have fresh air…believe me, you’ll never want to be in my situation at that time with all kinds of smells (oh my, I can’t believe a cute girl like me have to endure it all...) plus, there’s a few people who really annoys me(I’m going to discuss this in other topic later on…I have lots of story to share about it)…I really wish I could knock their head…

After the tough journey…I keep wondering why the government or advertisement or whoever may concern, suggests people to use public transport to avoid traffic jam on road while more or less situation happens with public transportation…Not only KTM but LRT and buses are also the same…The train story I told above happens in the morning…Can you imagine what happens in the evening after everyone gets very tired, rushing home and not forget to mention the ‘smell’…think about that!

Almost every week, after class on Friday I went back to my sister’s house by bus. I usually bring two bags with me. One bag for my notebook (Its 2.4kg and its quite heavy for long journey traveler) and another bag is for my personal stuff (just like some other girls, I like to bring lots of stuff anywhere if I’m away from home)…Imagine my condition riding a bus that is always full with people especially foreign workers…Sometimes I had to stand throughout the more or less one hour journey…not included continuous time caused by traffic jam…Gosh! It really spoils my cuteness (*wink*)…Oh! What a journey…

**It's my hoping day...count how many times I use the word 'hope'.

5 comments:

sunnyside up said...

You've done it again ms moody but cute.

A very amusing story indeed. I really enjoyed that. Your sense of humour is indeed my cup of tea.
Very informal, very personal. Almost like hearing you telling me personally. (Wish you could be like that in class [* wink wink])

Keep writing and you have a loyal reader here. Will be commenting more when I get home.

sunnyside up said...

Had a second reading of your posting---and yes, its almost like telling a story in front of me. Am looking forward to hear more story about the people in the train.
Will tell you mine in my next posting.

joethel said...

I just realize I have lots of story to share with...thank you for introducing me to blogger...

Tsar said...

hii joethel!!!

thankz for visiting my blog and your comments!

your story make me understand for the comment.

agreed with mr sunnyside up
(moody but cute)
hihihihi!!!

Nor Shuhaida said...

just hang around and then found this blog.. Nice story.. He3..