January’s gone, February’s creeping by, can’t wait for March

As I sit here at my desk thinking and thinking and I realized, it’s almost the last week of February and I still haven’t written a single post for this blog this whole month.  It’s strange to think I’ve done so much this past week let alone this past month.  Hmm, what to write about? Ding, a light bulb lit up in my head, let’s summarize how 2014 has been for me so far; sort of like a timeline I can look back at the end of the year.


First of all, 2014 started on a light note. On New Year’s Day, I had the house all to myself as I sat on the couch in my pajamas watching the Rose Parade which I enjoy watching every year.  Then on the second week of January, school started and I was incredibly excited to see my friend Laura, who I haven’t seen since we took the FE back in October.  Speaking of school, it started that same week at Layton Christian but I wasn’t back at work until the last week of January.

Of course, there’s happiness in life but it has to also have some anger and sadness to even it out.  So there wasn’t much sadness during the month of January but there was plenty of anger that went with it.  You probably know this from my post at the end of January, on the eve of Chinese New Year, I called home to China and well, got into a bit of an argument with my grandparents.  Now, I’m betting that they’ll never want to speak to me again.

On to February:

February was and is still a bit of an annoying month for me.  The Winter Olympics seemed to taken all the joy of watching television

Guess it applies to my work.  Great quote!

Hey, it does applies to my work. Great quote!

from me.  Everything’s on rerun and there are hardly anything to watch.  Guess that just leaves me more time to do my homework and work on my writing.  The most annoying thing of all is my mother, she got into a little mess at work and she felt she has to tell me not once, not twice, not three times but repeatedly every single night for the past week.

I’m like, I know already.  Just stop talking about it, please. But still, I find her muttering the same thing to herself every night while cooking dinner or just surfing the internet.  Otherwise, February’s been an interesting month for me, a bit slow but good.

On another note…

Earlier this month, I’ve finally decided to just hell with it (pardon me) and posted the entire fantasy novel I’ve written last summer onto booksie and hopefully receive some comments.  You can view it by clicking here.

Also late last month, I’ve posted a supernatural romantic novella I’ve written at the end of last year.  It’s basically the prelude to the fiction series I’ve been doing on this blog working titled “Fiction time.” You can read it by clicking here.

Best news of all, at least for me, I quit my tutoring job and found a so much better substitute, translation/quality control.  I don’t know how long this one will last but it’s so much more stable than my job with the Li’s family.  Hopefully, I can rack up enough hours these few months to buy myself a newer used car.  My current car is almost 20 years old and it’s dying.

As for school, well let’s just say I don’t want to jinx it.  I’m doing so well right now and hopefully I can keep it up and get a good grade. Let’s just say I want to graduate from my program on a high note.

As for this blog, I will try to post more than one post next month or maybe I’ll even start perhaps next week.  Who knows? I’ve been itching to write a post about money or maybe a snippets of a new fiction I’m working on.  We’ll see.

One thought on “January’s gone, February’s creeping by, can’t wait for March

  1. Pingback: A Quick Reflection on 2014 | A Simple Life

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