Bumps and potholes in life

Life is just full of speed bumps and potholes.

Just when you thought every­thing would be okay, you set out your plans to embrace what is good to come, you then find out that in order to get a work per­mit in Sin­ga­pore requires you to have a med­ical check­up. Which means, a HIV test.

If you have fol­lowed my blog ear­ly enough, you would have read that I was con­tem­plat­ing into doing the test because I was scared and wor­ried. I was­n’t scared of the process, but more to anx­ious about the results.

I remem­bered vague­ly that a fel­low blog­ger friend of mine who went to Sin­ga­pore and required to go for the med­ical exam­i­na­tions. He was jok­ing­ly talk­ing about the doc­tors grab­bing his nuts and ask­ing him to cough.

I am utter­ly dis­gust­ed by the fact that I am the root cause of all these. Lester called me ear­li­er say­ing that he might need to dis­cuss with his imme­di­ate fam­i­ly, and he might not be able to because of how the imme­di­ate fam­i­ly treats him. Hyp­o­crit­i­cal kin­da family.

Not that I want to talk bad about Lester’s imme­di­ate fam­i­ly or some­thing, but I think his own fam­i­ly can han­dle their fam­i­ly prob­lem and not need­ing their help. Seriously.

Then again, what if I failed the HIV test? Then I have no way of get­ting to Sin­ga­pore to work. Lester would have no chance of study­ing abroad. Yes, I am the root cause of the whole issue here.

Tomor­row would be the judg­ment day for me. I would go down to Pink Tri­an­gle to get the HIV test done, once and for all.

It’s judg­ment day.

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2 Responses to Bumps and potholes in life

  1. Damien May 6, 2008 at 11:12 am #

    I’ll pray for good news for you. Keep your chin up.

  2. Cedric Ang May 6, 2008 at 11:47 am #

    Thanks Damien! Real­ly appre­ci­ate it.

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