Rather busy these days – I’ve signed up for a night course at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto entitled “MBA Essentials for Managers”. So far, it’s been an enriching course, although it is only a sampler for the UofT Executive MBA program, available for a sum that could otherwise get you a fully-loaded BMW M5.

During the weekends, I borrow my dad’s car (which sadly is not an M5) to practice driving for my driving exam coming up next week. It’s strange; I’m usually not phased by impending events or deadlines until they are just about to break, but I’m already getting butterflies everytime I think about it.

I’ve also been working on a new website design for Dezza (you know, my friend who’s teaching English to the hapless Chinese of the city of Dalian, China). Top off my nights playing badminton (and fortunately improving), and trying to scream through Neal Stephenson’s 1,000 page novel called Quicksilver before the library loan gives its ghost, and I haven’t had much spare time on my hands.