Actually, results came out ages two weeks ago, I just didn’t bother writing a blog post to announce it. I did not achieve very high marks at all, but neither did I fail miserably, and for that I am mega thankful. Indeed we learn so much more from our (near) failures, downfalls, mistakes and weaknesses.
So far I have just been packing stuff, making things and enjoying this beautiful place that I live in. I forgot if I’ve mentioned this stuff before, but the route that has been set for me after graduation is basically:
Go back to Malaysia (this is my choice, since I haven’t been back in two years).
Find work in an architecture firm.
Work for a minimum of three months in one firm, for a minimum total of six months.
Apply for a Part II programme (a second degree), likely at this same university because of some sponsor requirements.
Enrol in said programme, and stick it for two years (if I manage to get through, that is).
Hopefully survive another architecture degree.
Go back to Malaysia for good, find work, then work.
I haven’t really thought this far yet.
True, I will be pretty old by the time I finish studying. But I don’t really care.
Fun stuff below:
Our town has a river and boat trips along it during Spring and Summer, so this was my first experience on one.
Crochet graduation teddy following a tutorial (click through for the link).
Upcycled bag from a denim skirt, for a friend of mine.
Zipper pencil case, for another friend. Cut up an old plaid shirt to make the piping.
This is not new, but I haven't used this bag much and won't be needing it much either. If anybody would like it, it's listed on ebay at the moment.
Thanks for all your prayers and wishes, bye for now!