Daily Prompt: Exhale

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Daily Prompt: Exhale

Tell us about a time when everything seemed to be going wrong — and then, suddenly, you knew it would be alright.

Well, I don’t know if this story can be categorized as this kind of daily prompt, but one day, I woke up with the sun shining happily on my face. And then I suddenly realized one thing: I am VERY late! I look at the clock, and I’m already late 30 minutes even when I’m still on my bed. How come my alarm clock didn’t buzz!? Oh there’s no time to even THINK about that! I took the towel from the cloth hanger and rushing to the bath room, and suddenly I slipped when I stepped on bathroom mat. My body lunged forward into the bathroom as my feet thrown to the air on my back. My head swinging on the bathroom wall. Everything like happened in slow motion mode. Oh crap, I think, things will be very uglyyyyy… as I watch the wall get closer and closer to my face.

And then I woke up. With sweat on my cloth. It’s still dark outside. I just stunned there for 5 seconds, before exhaled deeply and felt a GREAT relief. I crawled off my bed, check my phone alarm. Still set as expected. I looked at the clock. Even in the dark, I can estimate that I still have 2 hours worth of sleep before the alarm woke me up. So I crawling slowly to my bed, trying to get into my good night sleep, and then sleeping happily ever after… or at least for another two hours.

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Goodbye, Taipei School!

Today’s post will be a little different, because this covering big change in my life.

Surabaya Taipei International School

Surabaya Taipei International School

For almost one year and half, I’ve serve on this school as a computer teacher and IT staff, and I’d say it’s quite a thrilling experiences. I met new and awesome people, frantically learn alien language I’ve known nothing about, doing some impossible projects I’ve never known I have the ability to do that (thanks to the people who has been such a GREAT help), and enduring pressures on desperate times, all is gathered in that one moment when I finally bid my farewell to this school for a new job and experiences that my soul always thirst of.

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