Yesterday was quite a day with mixture of feelings…on one hand, i can celebrate for having taken my last exam paper for this year and it marks the end of one year of endurance and tolerance…on the other hand, some unpleasant event surfaced.
let’s take a peek into my life for this year:
Since January, I have been busy preparing the wedding
In addition, I have to do my professional attachment which involves alot of life-churning experience.
I have 2 exam papers to take in June and one more yesterday.
Stress from work+stress from school+stress from inside+stress from wedding+stress from families = can make me into a superman
Along the way, there are many more hurdles to cross: culture conflict, parent-child conflict, customer-hotel disagreement, locating the right places to get the right stuff, compromising on Bethrodal items and many more…(you can’t really imagine the amount of stress both of us are bearing.)
It was meant to be a joyous occasion when I returned home from my mind-boggling 2-hour exam. Then, came the shocking news from one of my fiancee’s really good pals, that due to some misunderstanding, has decided not to come for our wedding. (I shall not go into detail here as it can be very sensitive and it has not been settled at this point in typing.) In the evening, around 4 pm, she has passed off some insensitive remarks upon her and I was very displeased when I read her msn message.
What I want to say: is that as her husband, I have the right to protect my wife and will not tolerate any injustice done upon her. Even if given another chance to look back how I reprimanded her friend, I will say I will do it again.
If, as the husband, I don’t stand by my wife. Who will?
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