Sunday, July 08, 2007


And I thought I would be free-er after my finals....


In fact, I'm busier than even before my finals! Mostly due to work commitments...This whole week, I'm working 7 days a week... phew~ *tired tired tired*

Went out with my li'l bro today...ironically, couldn't think of anywhere to go because Kuching is so small, so ended up going to bing! instead..

After speaking to him, it still amazes me how much someone can grow in so short a time…unbelievable..I guess mostly it’s because of their external environment, don’t you? When someone ventures out into the unknown, they encounter many things either beyond, or short of, their expectations, and it’s because of these things that changes them, and forces them to grow up, whether they want to or not..

They will have to come out of their comfort zone, and decide if they want to change for better, or worse. Something my bro said kept playing in my mind. “We have to step out of our comfort zone. Otherwise, how will we grow up? It will be like we are stagnant in one part of our life, and we will never know what else is out there for us” Of course, he didn’t say those actual words, but that’s the gist of it. ^.~

And in a way, I agree. We have to be brave enough to venture out into the unknown, or else we would not know what else is out there that will benefit us. And the future holds many things, if only we have the guts to reach out for it. Personally, I do not want to stay in Kuching forever, because I know that I have a lot to offer the world, and the world has a lot to offer me.

So when I get the chance, be assured that I will grab it, and never look back, because the only way we can go, is forward. It’s no use dwelling on the past, because it will only hold you back.

Once or twice is ok, but NOT ALL THE TIME. What’s done, is done, yea? ^_^

So, yea..hehe…here’s a joke to brighten your day =) Taken from here

I know its not Friday, but who says there’s no such thing as Funny Sunday??? =p


Dear Spike,

I have been unable to sleep since I forced my daughter to break off her engagement to you. Will you forgive and forget?

I was much too sensitive about your Mohawk, tattoo, and pierced nose. I now realize motorcycles aren't really that dangerous, and I really should not have reacted the way I did to the fact that you have never held a job.

I am sure, too, that some other very nice people live under the bridge in the park.

Sure, my daughter is only 17 and wants to marry you instead of going to Harvard on a full ride scholarship. After all, you can't learn everything about life from books.

I sometimes forget how backward I can be. I was wrong. I was a fool. I have now come to my senses and you have my full blessing to marry my daughter.


Your future father-in-law....

P. S. Congratulations on winning the Powerball lottery


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