Today’s prompt is : Write up a mid-year “State of My Year” post.
I can’t believe that seven months are already over! It seems like its only been a week or two since I celebrated New Year. I have some good days and some bad days mixed with that where some great days and some terrible ones.
I’ll write down month by month the things that happened( Only those worth mentioning, so you wont get bored).
January : Got news that I passed a national level exam(Lets call this Exam No.1) and got selected for the interview round. That was the best news of the month as far as I can remember because this was the first time I gave such an exam and to pass it with good marks felt really great.
February : Most of this month went in studies for another exam. This one was to get selected to a University to get my Master’s Degree.
March : Gave the interview, which went okay. I was able to answer most of the things properly. This was only the second interview I’ve given in my whole life and it was way better than the first one.
April : Celebrated my birthday with family and then again with friends, got news that I cleared the interview and the selection exam of the university. This was probably the best month this year because I kept getting something to be happy for, almost every week.
May : Nothing worth mentioning happened. Just roamed around, studied,had a good time and gave another exam(lets call it Exam No.2).
June : Started this blog!! That was the best part of the month. The worst part - Got two real nasty news that even though I cleared my interview my marks where two points lower than the limit set by them to select who gets a job and I didn’t even clear Exam no.2.
July : Another good month. Blogging, going out with friends, spending time with family, reading, watching movies and eating good food – that sums this month.
That’s my year so far. I’ll probably spent most of August reading. My uncle came over for a visit last week and knowing how much of a bookworm I am brought lots of books for me to read. Will have to wait and see what the next five months hold for me.