Saturday, December 05, 2009

home

I'm going home...back to the place where I belong..and where your love has always been enough for me... ~Daughtry


I'm flying back tomorrow, and I'm excited!! after leaving home for a while (which is not such a long time), but is quite a length regardless, I'm excited to be going home, to friends, and family, and the comforting places of where I have so many sweet memories.

Will be back for one week, for a wedding, for many outings with dear friends, and for catch-up sessions with those whom I have not met in a while, and those whom I have left behind at uni :)

So see you all tomorrow, and I can't wait to get back!!

Although I have to miss this year's Nationals *sob* but it's ok, cos there's this important event in my family that's happening that I REALLY CANNOT MISS (or itu kakak akan pancung kepala saya T.T)

Mari mari balik bergossip, ber-laughing (yes, I know it's not a word, but I don't really care), and I have so many stories to share with you all!!

oh btw, I have managed to 'steal' a pic of the cute guy I was telling you ppl about, although, he does look sikit bodoh in pictures ;)

LOL

P/S: To everyone going for Nationals and 20YAC, tag me in the pictures!!!!!! I wanna see!!!! and must leave space to photoshop me inside k :p
and have fun everyone!!!! you know I'll miss you all :)

Monday, November 30, 2009

Nice November

Why Nice?

Because nothing out of the ordinary happened in November, only normal daily stuff, like......

wake up - work - lunch - work - dinner - overtime - home - bath - sleep


-.-"

swt kan??

I think the only exciting things that has happened in Nov are going out shopping with my saimui & yee, looking at dresses for a wedding, buying Charles & Keith shoes at 30% discount (a steal, really, cos they're really comfy, and quite cheap, considering they're C&K shoes), and going for that incredibly awesome book sale at Amcorp Mall :D

I got 18 books, for the unbelievable price of RM138 only!! that's like, an average price of RM 7.70 per book ^^ I am a happy girl.

The first time I went there, I was ill prepared for the sight that beheld me. After spending three (or four) hours in there but not being able to find books from the authors I like, I was unsatisfied. SO then I made the decision to go back the next day, this time waking up earlier to beat the weekend crowd. I spent two hours in there, and managed to find 11 books, all from my favourite authors, James Patterson, John Grisham, and Nora Roberts. I even managed to score a book from my fav author of two years ago, Judith McNaught :)

And the books that I managed to pick up are the large prints type(some are even hardcover copies), which means that normally, a new book would cost approximastely RM59.90. These books costed me RM8.00, which means it was a 85% discount, or thereabouts. The plus point is, they're all fairly recent titles! Which means, that I wouldn't have these titles yet. So naturally, I went on a buying frenzy lah :p

I don't even mind eating a little bit less for lunch and dinner in order to save up the money for other costs, because for me, it's worth it :)

Therefore, I am satisfied.

On my way back home from Amcorp, a thought popped into my head.

If I do meet a guy in the future, he must fulfill one criteria in my List A, and that is that he MUST be someone who loves to read as much as I do, or if he doesn't like to read, he MUST be willing to stand in line with me for these book sales, and not complain ^^

Saturday, November 07, 2009

yes or no?

I have a question.

What if you liked someone, but that someone else already has a gf/bf and definitely wouldn't like you back, will you still tell him/her?

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I have a friend who did just that. And glad to say, it didn't blow up in her face. As in, the guy still treats her as a super good friend and everything else is the same. Sometimes when she's shy to talk to him (sikit malu kan), he actually makes the effort to go up to her and try to console her, telling her that he still treats her the same, and that she doesn't have to feel shy around him.

She says that although she knows the guy will most probably not like her at all except as a close and good friend, she actually feels relief that she finally told him, and that nothing has changed. Of course, I'm not encouraging those in this situation out there to do the exact same thing. Because personally, I think the answer to the question I posed has a quite subjective answer. It varies with different people. Some people might have it backfire, and some wouldn't. It's not something that has a clear cut answer, and sometimes, some people get lucky, or not.

On another totally different topic, I was watching TV the other day, and there was an advertisement. It was by TM, and there was this little paper man working in an office, feeling sad cos there was no one in his life (i.e. a girlfriend). Then, he met a little paper girl working in the opposite office, and the advertisement shows how his colleagues helped him across to the little paper girl. It was so cute! and the music didn't hurt either. When I first heard the song, I thought it was from some famous band like AAR, but it actually turned out that it's from Bunkface, who's a Malaysian band :) so.....have a listen ^^


Saturday, October 17, 2009

My life so far...

I've managed to organise FT2 in Sarawak with the help of awesome people.



I went on outings with my uni mates.





I went to Prom one last time.




I've graduated.


I've moved to KL (migrate would be too harsh a word).



I went Raya visiting.



I've started my job.

I've went on a full day awesome trip with some Lasallians :D



I've learnt to REALLY appreciate the weekends.



I've made some new friends in colleagues of mine :)


I've had a great talk with a fellow colleague, and that made me forget.


I've decided to run in the Terry Fox run happening on Nov 1.



I miss my family.




I miss my friends.




I know it will be hard, so I will persevere, and not fail.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Raya Wishes :)

to all my Muslim friends celebrating Raya, I would like to wish you......


Selamat Hari Raya!!!!!!!!!


Hope this Raya brings you a better life, better health, more happiness, and a lifetime of wealth and health for your entire family :)

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Pictures from Sept

I just only recently realised that my blog posts have been devoid of pictures..

So here are a selection from my FB (I can't put up any new ones cos Ron has my External drive, and the other pics are all in my external)


Taken at Ulu Kenas, Kartig wanted to be the ladies' man, but suddenly William appeared.. :p
Epic Fail


OT group photo for the SMI LEAD :)


This is me taking a picture with Siew Wei, Carrine, and William to prove a point that I can take self shots no matter how many people. Of course, that's also because I have a great sifu *Tiing* :D


Ini Carrine, one of the cutest and bubbliest girls I know. She just recently asked me whether she should have Maggie Curry or luncheon meat with bread for dinner :p How can you not love somebody this cute?? :D


My two roomies during SMI LEAD, after they came back from jungle trekking. I wasn't with them because I was in the room.....sleeping....after waking up super duper early to prepare breakfast for them :D


This was at Melaka, during the SFI LEAD. To the far left is my saimui, and of course Lovena in the middle, who is the JIEN president :p

The pretty ladies from Sarawak :D hehe


Here are the OTs, helping Isa to figure out how much weight he can hold up :D


My Moo Moo, that almost got kidnapped by Maybel, the resident little girl staying at the Brothers' Bungalow :p

Nama budak ini ialah Shaun :) Dia kacukan Portuguese, Belanda, dan Cina. Kawan Portuguese saya yang kedua. Kawan Portuguese pertama ialah Cynthia Eileen Chin Choon Ching, yang telah menjadi kawan semeja saya pada tingkatan 3 >.<


The OTs at SFI LEAD

Meeting up with Cali at Nando's



After I came back from KL, going back to meet friends at uni. This was at the SDC booth, where they were looking for people for Swin Cup :D


CPAASC Undergraduate Business Conference 2009 :)


The customary pic, with the Vice OC, Lil, and the current CPAASC President, Mr. Ronnie Teo (the one Edwin dubbed has the most YB name out of all of us) hehe



with Adrien, who's name is supposed to be spelt Andrien officially :p itu tangan di belakang kepunyaan Ai Ling :p


during the CPAASC Appreciation dinner for the conference people :)


the four power rangers, kekurangan wk (who still won't admit he's a power ranger), and Kyra


the boys that were present that night. Other more incriminating photos are available on FB :p

that's all folks :p hehe..hope to have satisfied the pics quota for the month :D


Tuesday, September 15, 2009

???

I dreamt of you last night. Which was weird. Because I seldom dream of people I dun usually have deep feelings for. Which got me thinking. Do I REALLY have deeper feelings for you than I care to recognise? Which is insane. Because we have never been THAT close. We dun even chat on MSN all the time. The weirdest thing would be the content of the said dream.

But things change. We become different people. We grow up. We develop feelings. From strangers. To acquaintances. To friends. To more than friends? Who knows, maybe.

This is weirding me out. Too much thinking sometimes makes things into more than what they actually are. Especially after too many events happening when I was in KL. Maybe I am just settling down into the comfort of being home again. Which stirs up all sorts of feelings. Good, bad, neutral.

Methinks some time for self reflection is required in my current situation. Will have to evaluate the events in KL, the things happening here, the ones that are about to happen, and sort it all out once and for all. Sometimes I get the feeling that I'm not good enough. That no matter how hard I try, I can never be as good as the other girl. That there will always be something that I lack that she doesn't. -.-" darn it.

Meanwhile, I'm going to graduate ya'll!!! :D will be trying out my regalia tomorrow morning, and after that heading to meet the new LSS boys in school :)

Oh and prom is in two weeks, and I have my dress and date d :)

goodness, I am so random -.-"

Monday, September 14, 2009

Musings

Sometimes I wonder, if I am cut out for this.

There are too many obstacles, too many variables, that just makes you want to give up..

But then I remembered a quote:
God never gives you a problem that he doesn't already have given you the solution (or something like that)

So maybe it might be tough right now, but it's a time for self reflection, a time for thinking, and perhaps the solution might be slow in coming, but I like to think that I am able to overcome it, and the end result will be something worth my while, something I can hold and treasure and say, "thank God for you" :)

Friday, August 14, 2009

my years in Swinburne

This is dedicated to all my friends in university who have finished their studies, as well as those who will finish their studies soon :)

take care all!!!! and I will miss you all very very dearly :'(

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When I entered uni, I thought I knew
what I was getting myself into
I never knew it would be different,
something totally new.

There were lectures, tutorials and assignments
All usually bundled up in a series of weeks
You had to be careful to arrange your time
Otherwise you'll find yourself suffering and weak.

Not forgetting the club activities
that you had to organise
Including all those sleepless nights
you have to sacrifice

liaising with lecturers,
external help and students
You had to tread carefully,
One wrong step and you'll get burned

It was tough and hard to handle at times
you never knew when you might break down
the pain and hardship are part and parcel of life
you had to endure it, make sure you don't drown

But there were also times
where you know you will pull through
because you know you have friends
who will always be there for you

Uni life is made interesting and bearable
from friends who are your beacon of light
they are your pillar of support and strength
supporting you when you wanted to give up the fight

Throughout my three long years in Swinburne
I've realised that this is what uni memories are made up of
they're about experiences, and learning from mistakes
not only about lectures, tutorials and classes

But most importantly they are about
friends you have met along the way
whom you know you will treasure
forever and a day

As I bid farewell to my university years
I shed a tear knowing I will never experience it again
the place where I have toiled and had sleepless nights
where I had nothing to lose, and absolutely everything to gain

And so I smile and embrace my future
Knowing the best is yet to come
I am opening up another chapter in my life
facing it with courage, self-confidence, and aplomb

~written 14 August 2009, 2:45am

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Dragon Whiskers, Fried Ice Cream, and the awfully hot weather

Went to Kuching Fest with me mates just now, seems like the Fest this year a bit potong stim lo, not much people wan. Maybe there are less people this year because of the h1n1 scare...so ppl are afraid to get out to crowded areas :/


We went around 7pm, and usually by that time there will be throngs and throngs of people, walking around, squeezing here and there, trying to buy the food that they like, pushing and stamping their territory on the available benches and tables..but this time around, it's like, still so empty, and the food stalls all macam only have finger foods..Of course, there were still some of those Thai food stalls, with fried rice, tom yam stuff, and barbeque seafood..but they charge exorbitant prices, and sometimes it's just not that worth it to purchase the items at super high prices, when you can get it for a lot less during the non-festive season..


But of course, that's just the calculative person in me speaking lah..everyone knows that when you come for things like this, you have to be prepared to pay the high prices. It's all part of the festive collateral damage :p hehe..

So what was there to do at Kuching Fest?? there were shows by an elderly choir, some kids, and roadshows by rice companies, car companies, credit car companies, insurance companies, also those companies which do direct selling, selling you those easy to use contraptions that can only be found in those tv advertisements...lol I forgot what you call them...those episodes that sell things online, with those 1-800 numbers that will save you lots of money if you CALL RIGHT NOW.. XD

dengan kawan-kawan from my wushu days :)


There were also some flower exhibitions, but this year was very minimal..dunno ler, maybe they were trying to cut cost? So sad, there was only one orchid shop...and there are only purple and white orchids, not much of a variety....

Actually supposed to have a small pond in front of us, but sha din take that :p

I wanted to take lots and lots and lots of pictures, but no one wanted to take them with me...so potong stim lor...next time must ajak tiing and jerome out, they the ones paling suka ai take pics wan, so at least I can have those memories with me, and take them out during cold rainy nights, and reminisce through them about the times when I was still young, and happy without a care in the world (lol, it's my old granny voice talking..hehe)

Me on the swing, in one of what I think is the last usable playground in Kuching :p

Oh yes, with regards to my title lah..hehe...we ate Fried Ice cream ( I got chocolate, Ron and Sha both got Vanilla), I bought dragon whiskers sweet for my adik at home (but in the end I ate more than half of it :p), and the weather so hot, there was no cool breeze at all :( so we were all sweaty and panas, and decided to leave a little earlier than planned XD

lol, thus ends my post for the day ^^ It was a great event lah, to be able to go out and have fun with my friends, letting my hair down, and being crazy a little, in light of the things I have experienced lately ^^

So everyone, thanks so much!!!!!!! *hugs*

Monday, August 03, 2009

20 Things I Have Learnt and Experienced in the Month of July

Went on a little journey of self discovery in the past month, been through so many experiences, that it's hard to realise that it has only been one month.

1. Long distance does work, but ONLY if both parties take the time and effort to make it work. If one other party gives up easily, then he/she is most probably not worth it anyway, seeing as how they are so willing to let it fail and not try.

2. Communication is IMPORTANT. Regardless of whichever relationship it is, with your family, boy/girlfriend, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, etc. When you are upset, unhappy about something, or feel uncomfortable about something the other party did, TALK about it. Don't keep it to yourself, or use the excuse that you don't feel comfortable talking about the problems, and put it off, until it becomes a BURDEN to you. That's not how relationships should be, regardless of what type of relationship it is.

3. Went for a Karaoke session with my mates, before Kyra leaves for KL and starts work with Marcus Evans :D It was a superb 5 hours session, with most of us singing our heads off till our throats were parched, and had to take breathers. One tip, when you go for karaoke, you MUST sing Bon Jovi's "It's My Life" :D

4. Bring a box of Strepsils if you want to go for karaoke. Trust me, you'll need it. Oh and don't wear a skirt if possible. Makes it harder to jump around :p

5. The highlight of July would be that I was matchmaked with a MODEL. The fact that the model is my friend is not relevant, because I am deemed pretty enough to be paired with a MODEL *perasan* :p haha

6. Beach trips are always fun, because you get to swim in the sea, build sandcastles, and hang out with the really cool people in your life ^^ Of course, having the chance to see some cute angmos with six packs are important too..but I didn't get to see any when I went there last week T_T

7. Seafood dinners are an indulgence. Granted they're expensive, but when you're in the company of great people, you look past the cost, and just sit back and enjoy the delectable dishes put before you. Oh, and coconut juice should come chilled. XD

8. SPF 50 sunblock is useless, so don't waste money buying them. I still have sunburnt skin, and only recently bought aloe vera for it. I think using an umbrella would be more prudent if you have lousy sunblock :P In any case, just bring an umbrella :D

9. Koko Krunch tastes great with cold milk. It also tastes great on its own, or if you gulp down Vanilla Coke after munching on it :D

10. I've finally finished uni, after slogging through it for three years, and the working world scares me. lol this might be irrelevant, but the thought just popped into my head, so I wrote it down anyway..

11. Make sure you have access to the Internet on the day your results come out. It will save you the anxiety of waiting for the results the entire day.

12. Friends who genuinely care for you will never hesitate to lend you that shoulder to cry on, the ear to listen to, and say the words you want to hear. Of course, they say words you don't want to hear as well, but that's what having friends are for. They tell you what you want and don't want to hear, even if it means you'll hate them for it (if only for a little while) ;)

13. Don't only blame the other party for the bad things that has happened. Look back on your own behaviour as well, because sometimes, it is your own behaviour that triggered it. So look back, learn from it, and move on.

14. KL is a very hazy place. Kinda makes me scared to work there cos afraid will get lung complications :p

15. Melaka is lovely, and small, and even though the satay celup that I tried wasn't that great, to be able to have it with my sailou is a great experience, because it's not the food that makes it awesome, it's the company :)

16. Going to Ipoh was one of the better decisions I made, considering the circumstances leading up to it and the super akward ride up. This is because, Ipoh is a lovely place (but I still din manage to go to Nasmir -.-"), but also because of the awesome welcome I got there from old friends, and the friendliness of the new people I met there. I foresee a lifetime worth of friendships :D

17. Spending time with family and friends is the best antidote for heartache and melancholy.

18. Gossiping about a certain someone with Jas is the best, cos we can just kutuk that person anyhow we want to, and know that NONE of it will reach the particular person XD

19. All those cliche quotes and statements about breakup and heartache are only true if you let them be. You might feel sad because there was once something beautiful there, but you must also be realistic and realise that it's not there anymore. Tell yourself you can do it, and move on. Easier said than done, but you know that whatever doesn't break you will only make you stronger. Be brave.

20. Daddy sometimes doesn't really know the right words to say, but just his presence there to comfort me makes all the difference in the world.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

lemons

Sometimes in life, when you think that you have finally been able to sort out your life, it suddenly throws you a curveball.

You get caught off guard, and fall flat on your face, cut, bruised, and with your heart in tatters. You think that the situation can't get any worse, but then you find that it actually does. You feel even more sucky, and you want to smash your fist into something, but you just don't know what.

You tell yourself that you can get through it, and that perhaps with time, you might heal. Only to find that you're just kidding yourself, and that for now, you can't.

That's where I find myself at this juncture, with the disappearance of one of the people I thought was my pillar to lean on. I find myself as though paralysed, because I do not know how to proceed, and how to face the future.

All I can do now is to try to put up a brave front, and hope that with time, and perseverance, I will be able to get through it

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

You

This is for you. Yes, you.

You, who have been supportive of me during my entire final sem.

You, who have never doubted me for a second.

You, who always had faith in me even when I didn't.

You, who have been there when I was studying for my final exam, with your unwavering support, and late night phone calls of encouragement.

No words can express the amount of gratitude that I have for you, for you are one of a kind, extraordinary.

Therefore I can only say this in the simplest way, with only two words, but two words filled with all the love and care that I have, while keeping in mind all you have done for me this semester.

Thank you.

My only hope is that I can make you as proud of me as I am with you.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Pay it Forward

I've heard of the movie so many times, everyone raving about it, telling me it's a good one, that I have to watch it..but I never had the chance to do so until today.

lol, after exams, it's like you have no more purpose of living each day...wandering around aimlessly, in search of things to do..haha

so then today, I saw that "Pay it Forward" was showing on HBO's lunchtime movie slot and decided to watch it, and see for myself if it's all it's hyped up to be.

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it is.

Basically, pay it forward means that you do a good deed to three random people, or strangers. It must be something that they cant do on their own. But instead of paying the good deed back to you, they have to pay that good deed forward to three other people (that makes 9 ppl), and those three people to three more (which makes 27 people). The cycle continues... :) The only prohibition to this is that you are not allowed to pay it back. You must pay it forward.


I wouldn't tell you what happened in the movie, you can go wiki it (attn: got spoiler) :p hehehe..but what I'll tell you is, if everyone pays it forward, wouldn't it be a better world out there?

Think of an idea to change the world - and put it into ACTION.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Postponed

My exams are supposed to be officially over as of today.

BUT.........

Ten minutes before the exam is supposed to start, the chief examiner announced that our test will have to be postponed, due to the reason that the lecturer is not present.

LOL

Got such thing? How can this happen? First time I heard of it...

At first I thought that maybe it was because the lecturer has the exam papers so we naturally can't have our exam without the papers, right? Because there was another instance last week where the lecturer wasn't present, and the exam went on anyway. So that was the reason I think why it had to be postponed.

Then I met Mdm C, and she said that it couldn't be, because the exam papers are supposed to be with the exam unit. All the lecturer has to do is be there.

So.....what exactly happened then? Why til so serious need to postpone?

Then I thought....perhaps when in the first instance the lecturer wasn't around and the exam went on anyway, there was no one to clear up any queries the students might have had, and as such, many students complained. So to play it safe and not have any more trouble on their hands, the chief examiner felt it prudent to postpone it and avoid all those skirmishes. Maybe la this is the reason...we wouldn't know the exact reason until we go ask the exam unit. But I dun think they will tell also la..

BUT....

In the act of postponing the exam, there are some student who are directly affected by it, being that they now have two tests on the same day, and one of my friend has a clash of exams, being that both of them will be held in the morning. So no choice, she has to sit for it in quarantine, with those exam unit people looking at her. Furthermore, it's back to back, from 9am til 3pm -.-"

That means finish one paper, start another paper almost immediately. Oh the kekejaman of life :(

But for those whose their final paper is this one, I guess one more day reprieve is better than nothing. Extra time to study and try to memorise stuff kua :p

Anyways, jia yu all!!! and let's try to Pass this paper, but not with a Concede Pass la k :p hehe




*update*
Apparently there's been a paper leak..that's why they had to take the action to postpone the paper while a new exam paper needs to be set...so...yea..

Good luck!! :)

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Final paper

Another paper is over...now left with a final paper to go before I declare that I have finished with University life..

Hope I would be able to get through it :)

Meanwhile, currently liking this song, Pilgrim, by Enya..lol, been listening to lots of Enya songs recently ^^

Lyrics below:

Pilgrim, how you journey
On the road you chose
To find out why the winds die
And where the stories go.

All days come from one day
That much you must know,
You cannot change what's over
But only where you go.

One way leads to diamonds,
One way leads to gold
Another leads you only
To everything you're told.

In your heart you wonder
Which of these is true;
The road that leads to nowhere,
The road that leads to you.

Will you find the answer
In all you say and do?
Will you find the answer
In you?

Each heart is a pilgrim,
Each one wants to know
The reason why the winds die
And where the stories go.

Pilgrim, in your journey
You may travel far,
For pilgrim it's a long way
To find out who you are...

Pilgrim, it's a long way
To find out who you are...

Pilgrim, it's a long way
To find out who you are...

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Attack or no?

Message from Registrar of Swinburne, on our Student Bb site:

Dear Student

You would have read in the newspapers or heard today about a Swinburne student from Kuching having been treated for H1N1. We have since been in contact with the health authorities to gather more information on the matter.

From our records, the student concerned was formerly from Swinburne Sarawak but transferred to Melbourne in 2007. According to the Sarawak General Hospital, he arrived back here in Kuching on Friday, 19 June, and was admitted to the hospital on Sunday, 21 June. Tests conducted by the hospital yesterday confirmed that he has the virus but his condition is quickly improving.

The State Operations Room at SGH that is handling the flu pandemic does not have any information to indicate that this student has been to the Sarawak Campus since his return. So any concerns that he may have passed on the virus on campus can be safely ruled out.

We are in close contact with the health authorities and will provide full cooperation in dealing with this pandemic.

Thank you.

Haji Hussain Taiban

Registrar


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Believe ka? lol

Thursday, June 18, 2009

fish

Have you ever felt excited about something, that you can't wait for it to arrive? Then suddenly few days before it actually does, you receive news that it's not going to be as great as you once thought it would be? All your plans, your gempak dashyat gila babi plans all going down the drain, and in the end you're left with only one feasible choice left, and that choice in itself is not even a choice at all, because that's the only thing left that can be done -_-"

And you feel all disappointed, and let down, and no mood, and sad, and....well, you get the drift.

The worst part is, that there's no one to blame. At all. You can't even get angry at anyone because it's all just a matter of timing, and it just so happens that the timing is not right. You can't even rant and rave and shout the house down because it serves no purpose (unless getting a sore throat and ending up having to buy Strepsils is any consolation, which it's not). It's like, the fates are conspiring against you, effectively stopping you from having the time of your life, and enjoying before you actually get down to the nitty gritty in life and start to finalise your resume, get a job, deal with graduation issues, etc..

I guess the only thing left to do is just go with the flow, and see what happens..hopefully it wouldn't be as bad as I think it would...It's all yet another exam, in the already worn fabric that is my life, just to see if this can stand the test of time..

Argh!!!! I'm already so freaking tired of exams...why must there be yet another hurdle for me to go through?

Bugger.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

gg [dot] com

One down....

Two more to go...

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And I've just received news my trip to KL wun be so memorable after all...

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Countdown....of sorts

I've looked at Topic 6 of Current Issues for the whole day today, and I still don't get it.

I am seriously going to be in serious trouble.

Lucky for me I got some distraction in the form of Vincent...who managed to lighten up my thunderous mood for a while...

but in the end...still end up looking at the freaking Heritage Assets and Biological Assets till *pening* d.. :(

And this was supposed to be one of the easier topics...

DIE.

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On a side note, exams are in three days, excluding Sunday.

Law would be first, followed by Tax, and lastly the dreaded CI -.-"

Why must the final paper be the hardest paper? Potong steam only...

Final paper of my uni life being the hardest paper in the world...cis...

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On a side note next to the side note, I will be headed of to KL after my finals!!!! and I am going to meet people like I've never met people before :D

hehe...those in KL, IM me, or SMS me to get my travel plans yea...am super duper excited now :)

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On a side note on the other side of the first side note.....

*The sweetest surprise..caught me tonight,
Right there in your eyes, while I was kissing you
So don't say that you don't love,
Everything you dreamed of could be here*

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Lastly, I'm glad your session went well :) *hugs*

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Northern Regionals :)

Northern Regionals coming up this weekend!!!!! :D

hehe...final regionals for the year 2009, so this one would probably go out with a bang ^^

So here are some thoughts of encouragement to those involved...

Vincent and Tsu Chong: Good luck!!! As chairpersons, I have no doubt you'll handle everything well :) I have faith in you both la

Piggy: Good luck for your session ^^ hehe... sure you'll do well la :) *hugs*

Rachel and Jia Xin: LSC is really super lucky to have you both there, and I'm sure you'll put Vince and Chux in their place if they misbehave :D hehe

other OTs: good luck for regionals, and have a blast!!! :)

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

lol...this is post #300

and I have only one question to ask.

How can the act of caring for someone be misconstrued as treating him/her like a small kid?

Sunday, June 07, 2009

Post 6th Regionals


Just came back from the regionals, and it was what I had hoped for, and more.

The co-chairs, Daniel and Choulyew


My affirmation envelope, and name tag :D (lol, sudah di-upgrade jadi resource person :p)


The theme for this regionals was "Break Walls. Build Bridges", and it's safe to say that I did my own fair share of breaking walls, and building bridges.

Ron, Lovena (JIEN President), me, G Chan (JIEN VP)

It felt really good to be back at the regionals, and while it lasted only five days (plus pre-con), it was the right dose I needed to gain back my positivity, and put my negativity behind me. Meeting back with the JIEN gang, meeting up a new b**** gang (lol, everything here is in good fun, and I speak with fondness for all these people), I just wished time didn't pass by so fast..


One could say that after five regionals, all this would seem old and mundane to me yet again, but it isn't. It's a whole new learning curve for me, because it was an entirely new batch of OTs, and delegates. Furthermore, I was entrusted with a higher degree of responsibility, which means facilitating two sessions, which were La Salle, and Action Planning. There was also more time to bond with the delegates, and the heritage boys, and my memories of convention was made all the more sweeter because of that.






As for the OTs, they were all so semangat, that it was infectious, and I found myself feeling young again whenever I was with them (I was the third oldest person there la, after Isaac and Pn Stella -.-"). While we had our fair share of mishaps, we pulled through in the end, through cooperation and an understanding of one another. I managed to build closer ties to the OTs, paving a common ground with them, and I really hope for a future chance to work with them, simply because they were the best :) especially after closing, when we had our OT presentation, and we jived to the rhythm of Jai-Ho!!! :p

lol, you see what I mean about feeling young again? :p


Closing vase, where the delegates were asked to write down what they felt they can do to break their own walls, and build their own bridges in their own way. This would be 'pameran-ised' (forgot the English word for this la) at La Salle Square when school reopens :)


Lol, the most memorable line I would take back from the 6th Regionals would be from Jacky, top-class #1 B***** of the closing committee:
"OMG!! You're so cold, you even freeze the Polar Bears!!!"

OTs for 6SRLC

It was a truly remarkable experience, and if given the chance, I would go through it all over again.
Group photo!!! :D

Gosh, I miss it already...

P/S: some pics were taken from Tze Ren's and Jas's FB :p