Seperti perkara diatas, aku tension. Everywhere i go, there's always another Nad/Nadia/Nadiah.. If you talk about Siti, lagi la.. I do not acknowledge the name Siti thank you very much.. Even my parents regret adding the name. They thought they have to put something in front....but if a baby can talk at the time, i'd roll my eyes and say, Mom, Nadia is enough... and don't put a "h" there coz even you don't use it...and Mummy, I love you (grinning). :D
FYI, My sister calls me Nadine, i forgot why...
Seriusly, in UKM alone i dunno how many Nad there is. There's one in Gamelan, then another one during badminton, then everywhere i go, there's always "NAD!!" and when i turn to see who it was who called me, i turn to find there's a girl named Nad, and not me. T.T
For history purposes..., my dad chose the name from a Romanian gymnast, Nadia Comăneci who scored perfect 10.0 for the Olympics.. And I turn out to grow up very much different from the gymnast. I am not graceful and does not wish so, and though i find gymnastics fascinating, i did not put it into my list of to do things. :D
Sorry daddy, for being such a disappointment...kihkihkih.. and its partly your fault too. Haha!
Ah well, this post was actually to distract me from work. You see, i had to do statistics on some questionnaires and suddenly, i had to change it all over again, all my report, percentage down the drain... T.T I shall begin hell now. Adieu.