Friday, September 26, 2008


It's been below 0'C during the nights for a few days already. Hubby said that early this morning it snowed, though during the day as the temperature rose, it changed into rain. I've started packing since last night. I bought some more stuff yesterday, but I still haven't bought the last-minute thingies he he he...I'll do it only sometime next week.

I'm not going to bring too many clothes with me, though. I need to buy new trousers in Indo and also some underwear. ;-D It's hard for me to find pants here since the children's size is too tight for my womanly hips, whereas the adult size is too long or too wide. At least in Indo if I want to shorten any pants, the cost would be CHEAP!!! ;-D

On Monday I'm going to go to the library to ask if there's a possibility for me to do some training there after I get back from Indo. The unemployment office has been asking me to either apply for a job or find another training place or find some other course.

I don't want to get a job yet since I don't know what I want to do. Plus I'm still waiting for next year just in case they open the Finnish continuation course. I'll DEFINITELY enroll to that course if it opens next year. If not, then we'll see what I can do. However, it's good if I can do some training in November-December at the library, since I AM interested in helping out there.

Cross your fingers so that I can do my training there, please he he he he...OK, time to blog-hop!!!


  1. I hope you can do training in the library, Amel. It will fun for you :D

    Don't bring many clothes, just buy in Indo. All you need bring is a lots of money...LOL.

  2. When will you fly to Indo, Mel?

  3. Jul: THANKS, Jul!!! ;-D HA HA HA HA HA...If only I had so much money, I wouldn't bring any clothes to Indo HA HA HA HA HA...

    Nyumix: I'll fly to Helsinki on Oct 6th, but I'll only fly to Jakarta on 7th (arriving on 8th).

  4. I have my fingers crossed for you!

    Do you know what, I hate buying trousers. They're always too long for me and they never seem to fit right! I have millions of tops and dresses but hardly any trousers. Okay, moan over with. Happy weekend!

  5. The World According to Me: THAAAANKKKSS!!! So you have the same problem as me, then!!! It's also easy for me to find tops, but not trousers he he he...

    Happy weekend to you too! ;-D

  6. It will be great if you can undergo the training at the library since you love books some more. So, I'm crossing my fingers for you, buddy! :)

    Wah, still got some snow around this season?? It's gonna be Christmas soon hohoho... hahaa...

    Okay, have fun packing. Hope you won't forget the important things. :D

  7. Choc Mint Girl: Yes, that's why I'm interested in having my training there he he...

    Well, the snow didn't last long, but yeah, it can be that cold already during the night he he...

    Yep, I've written down a list of the things we should bring so that I won't forget. ;-D

  8. about the the pants : i've also the same problem... i brought all the pants to indo, cut it for 1 euro for each pants :D

  9. Jeanne: Yeah, that's why I want to buy them in Indo and shorten them there. VERY cheap hi hi hi...

  10. I just thought I would let you know, that your graphic is my favorite on my marquee. It always makes me smile. That's all.

  11. Yah, a part time job at the library sounds good. You can read if it's not too busy! Getting paid to read must be the best job in the world!

    I'm sure you'll have a great time in Indonesia. Your Euro will also go a long way when converted into rupiah. You'll be a billionaire!

  12. SlogBite: AWWWW...THANKSSSS, Mel!!! I'm glad my icon makes you smile! ;-D

    Blur Ting: Well, it's not a part time job, but just a regular training: meaning that I'll get student benefit from the government and not salary from the library. But I do want to work there if I can he he he he...

    Yeah, I'm glad that Euro is going strong. :-))))