Saturday, September 15, 2007

It's that time of year again

Yep it's here and I'm late as usual to acknowledge it, no it's not my Birthday or that my bank wants my student overdraft back...NOW. Nope it's none of that, it is of course the beginning of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, and like fellow blogger Mybrid has pointed out it has coincided with Rosh Hashanah - The Jewish New year - for the third and final year in a row at least for another 30 years. Here's a quick rundown of what Ramadan is.

Another thing that coincided with the beginning of Ramadan is that I got my final year results and I finally passed my friggin degree in Software engineering and due to the sheer frustration and personal angst it has caused me, I've been telling myself I never want to see another computer for as long as I live. And yes the irony of what I just said is not lost on me! So I'm more relieved than particularly elated because it's been one unnecessarily long hard slog for me! I feel I can actually get on with my life and slowly pick up the pace and join the others in this rat race we like to call 'life'.

Anyways, this is going to be a short entry because I've got to go down to Ikea to replace some faulty bits of my bed on my way to my aunt's place to break fast with the rest of the family.

I'm sure I'll find something inspirational to think about whilst trudging through the giant hamster cage that is Ikea. I might just get around to reviewing the books and films I never got a chance to do.

2 comments:

Melanie said...

IKEA... (drools)

enjoy the food. computers are evil. we are all going to be assimilated eventually.

Mybrid said...

Oh my god! You passed the software engineering degree???? And you've been quite and didn't email me to tell me?! That's absolutely fantastic. MAZAL TOV!!!!!!

You must be absolutely thrilled that you can move on with your life and do whatever you wish to, knowing you have a degree on your resume.

Ramadan Mubarak, my friend.

I hope you are feeling good about it. Can't wait to hear your plans for the future.