introduction to UTeM

     hey mum and dad, look at me - your last daughter has grown up now. how fast time flies - from the kindergarten, to the primary school, to the secondary school, to the National Service Training Programme, to the matriculation and now.. I'm in the university - the place where you guys are gonna meet your very last son-in-law. no-lah, I'm just kidding.
     it has been more than a month since I'm staying and studying there. and I didn't even realized it. and yeah, I got so much to tell and right now, I'm just confused about where I should begin.
     nah. let's make it short and simple. (my eyes are already tired and need to 'shut down' immediately since tomorrow morning, we Moslems, are gonna celebrate the Eid ul-Adha).

     the registration day. everything went smoothly. congratulations to the university administrations, managements, securities and everyone involved, whether directly or indirectly, in making the day possible. and.. yeah, it was the first time I met Nab, my one and only roommate in UTeM. of course, she's 19. and I'm 20. but who cares about the age gap, anyway?
     the orientation (aka Minggu Haluan Siswa). unlike back in the matriculation, the facilitators weren't that strict - thought that we're all adults now - no need to be barking mad or something, the schedules weren't that packed - gave us more time in the toilet (eh?) - but the talks, speeches and forums were goddamn boring. but hell yeah, we survived the whole week. and we students were finally able to meet our respective classmates two days before the orientation ended.
     my classmates - BMFB? oh, they're awesome people. really, they are. I remember that because of small, stupid ants that bit me during lunchtime, I was being paid attention - almost everyone looked at my funny, annoying acts, getting rid of those tiny creatures. it was painful and they kept laughing at me and it was embarrassing - but it was fated. meaning to say, that was how I made friends there.

     so I guess that's my main point. now, if you ask me, "how do you like UTeM?", then my answer would be, "there isn't a word to describe how contented I am to be there with new friends I made." and I'm brave enough to say that UTeM is the first runner up (for the-best-thing-that-ever-happened-in-my-life "competition") after the NSTP, and I'm looking forward to take it higher. if you know what I mean.
     I've joined quite a number of activities held. plus, I really am a tak-boleh-duduk-diam type of person. I'm not that athletic, I'm just active - I love to give out sweat - it makes me fit and healthy, though. these are some..

*some photos missing*

     I took these photos illegally from my friends' Facebook albums. I hope they don't mind. okay, 'till then.

p/s : Alhamdulillah. I'm now officially a SUKSIS member. after all the tests, the heartbeats and the tensity.