Sunday, September 26, 2010

Dum dee dummm

No matter how high I go, or how low, I still need food, water, air, to bathe, and to poop and whatnot. But most of all, I need God :).


Everyone sits on this throne---the toilet! :D


So, I auditioned for the Christmas choir, and got into the bass section. The choir will be led by Juwita Suwito! :O. She came to CGMC before, a year or so ago, and sang some of her songs. She gone on to become much more famous and better, some say even rounder :P; some people consider her to be “Malaysia’s Premier Vocalist”, even!

Ooooh, exciting.




That’s her!


PMR’s coming soon! Perhaps you heard this from me before, but I’m still going to say it: after trials, it’s just like some long horrible movie that just won’t end; thank God it’ll be over in three weeks, this waiting for PMR to come and studying and preparing for it!

Not like I’ve been studying.


Thursday, September 16, 2010


Oh woe.

Not you only.


Saturday, September 11, 2010

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters, by Andy Andrews

The Butterfly Effect, by Andy Andrews, is short; but the message it brings is profound and inspiring.

The Butterfly Effect seeks to help us see the big picture, that everything you do will impact something or the other, with beautiful pictures and colorful pages, in a way suitable to people who are older and appreciate history.

Each page contains, at most, 60 words (excluding the Author’s note), making this book an easy read. The vocabulary used is easily understood.

Every page is a glossy page! Colorful and befitting the situation it presents, it captivated me, from the start, till the end.

I’ll say, this book changed my thinking with the message it presents. It is short, yet powerful.

I would recommend this book to people who need encouragement in their lives. 5 stars.

*My views are my own; I’m not being forced to give a good review even though Thomas Nelson gave me a copy for free.*

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Oh, blessed release.

So I did it; goodbye, Facebook! Till we ever meet again.

I’d rather use more effort to cultivate real relationships through, best---directly, or through emails, phone calls, smses, or even msn; and not make it a public affair where everyone sees everything.

You wish someone Happy Birthday just because Facebook tells you so. No need for you to remember. No effort! And we’ve gotten so lazy that Facebook has to remind us to “say hi to [person]!”. Is that the way we should live?

I keep my blog cause it’s a way to rant and share thoughts that I think isn’t too revealing or private.

So, yeah. Call/SMS/IM/Email me; Facebook takes the easy way out in relationships---ashamed of something? Just delete it.

Better yet, write me a letter :P.


Take away this need to be recognized =/. It’s between me and you only.

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