Introduction for patwg
Who I am? Most of the people ask this question during the hours of challenge or lost. But, it isn't too difficult to ask this question and definitely not easy to answer. I call it a process of self identification. It goes with a digestion in between what we do and what we think of ourselves. Me? I can call myself in many ways. I'm a nurse, who loves helping people (but not without a pay). I'm also a traveler, who loves to go around trying things that I never try before. Though it is kind of hard to link between a so call "angel in white" with a tanned back packing girl, most of my friends got used to the style in which I skipped in between a loving (and quiet?) person and an out going-fun loving chick. Do I like this definition? Surely I do. I just love to see people's stunned faces when I told them I am a nurse. How about another way of defining myself? I am a food lover. One of my favorite activities when travelling is to try on the exotic and unique food culture of another place. It tells me the culture of the people. It represents the way the people live and survive. From the luxurious wine of the western down to the exotic fried insects in Cambodia, I enjoyed the way people cook and comfort their appetite. However, down right reality is, my favorite will always be my mum's cooking. The travelling chick will look forward for returning home after each trip, still. You can also call me a thinker. What my friends prefer to define me, is day dreamer. I think and analyse situation a lot, like more than my full time job. Sometimes people said that I think too much but it keeps me going. It gives me my source of energy to social, to live and to survive. This is how it makes me carry on with writing about, anything. So, who I am? You will need to get to know me to tell the answer, which, I may not have it all.