My day didn’t start off too smoothly today. I’m utterly disappointed with someone but I shall not talk about the specifics here. The person may be reading this post or someone known to this person may be reading it and this post may get to this particular person somehow. The internet can be agathokakological – it can save and make lives easier and also destroy them. This issue is going to bother me for some time and there’s still no solution to it. Only time and divine intervention can resolve this issue. 😓
After a hiatus of almost two months since the MCO started, Sherilyn’s gym has finally started its first taekwondo class via Zoom today, for a short half an hour. Hopefully lessons can be more regular now to keep this girl occupied with something productive. I’ve paid for her grading fees before the MCO started and it looks like the grading may be conducted via Zoom. Besides taekwondo, her Muay Thai and Kickboxing classes will be cancelled indefinitely until a vaccine for Covid-19 prevention is available in the market, I think, as close contact sports are still prohibited. Even if it’s allowed, I’m not sure if I would risk Sherilyn going to the gym and dance studio.
She pushed her bed to a corner of the bedroom and attended her taekwondo lesson in the room.
The girls made dumplings with their grandma in the afternoon. A good activity to keep them away from their gadgets for a couple of hours. But the aftermath is very messy with powdery floor, table and kitchen tops. The girls helped to clean up and I had a few more rounds of wiping to do. 🥴
Filling of minced meat, julienned cabbage and carrots, sesame seed oil and soy sauce. Sherilyn made a batch of vegan filling composed of shiitake mushrooms and onions.
Dinner: braised organic bitter melon with chicken, stir-fried organic sweet potato leaves and 12345 pork ribs.
The moment that Sherilyn has been waiting for finally arrived at 8pm today. The announcement for the winners of the Star of AISS Talent Award was made and she’s the second runner up! The prize consists of RM500 in cash and a RM6k scholarship to study at Aspiration International School!
With so much uncertainties over the near future caused by La Corona, I don’t think we will accept the partial scholarship. Even after subsidy from the partial scholarship, it’s still a hefty sum to cough out every month for tuition fees. The prize came at the wrong time but Sherilyn is very contented with this achievement. With her tenacity and will power, I am sure she will be able to win something bigger in the near future, perhaps a full scholarship and perhaps even realizing her wildest dreams of studying in a renowned university in Canada.
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