It’s almost halfway through the year, and here I am living a life which I consider to be normal life during this recent period. Life at home with all this comfort and time to spare is okay only for a brief time, but it sort of taking its toll right now. Looking back on the months before I moved back to my home country, my final year of school that is, I made the acquaintance of Associate Professor Richard Brown and research student Jahirul Islam. My friend; Jagad and I worked on the final project related to biofuel properties under their supervision. We had a lot of work to do in only a short amount of time which was surely daunting and at the same time exciting and challenging. At the end, we were able to deliver our final presentation quite well to the audience. Of course I appreciate those moments even greatly today, counting in all the supposedly annoying assignments during uni life, and the 4 months of summer work at oil and gas industry. I somewhat miss the rush feeling of handing in assignments in the last minutes and also the sweat and joy of working in office and field. These days, I apply for jobs online and have to regularly put up with enforced idleness. With any luck, I feel this joblessness coming to an end pretty soon. The thought of writing this was just for the not-so-old times’ sake.
post-final project presentation | 2012