Tuesday, October 31, 2006

a few lines to say that i'm alive..

Streamyx line was down a few days back and blogger was under maintenance. So that was the reason why I had been missing.

One week of holidays is over. Back to business.

To my dearest General Paper,
I'm really sorry for I failed to be your friend *said
with some crocodile tears welling in the eyes*. Is there
anything that will help to strengthen our 'friendship'?
I wish miracle would happen. Maybe some GP potion will help. Don't get me wrong. It's not Gila Power Potion which I suspect someone is overdosed on.....lol....

Waiting in anticipation for the long term holidays,

Friday, October 20, 2006

major events of this week..

A lot had happened this week:

Firstly, the accident which happened right in front of my eyes on Monday still shocked me a little. Thank God for the protection He gave to the victim that the impact was not great and she could recover fast. The very same night, my dad and I visited her and I could not find any hint that she had been hit by a car that afternoon. Aunty Ann, which I call her, is a very energetic person and I remember her asking me "Why did you hit me?"when I held her arm on the road. I was like..."Huh? No, I didn't hit you......." Blood was oozing out from her forehead profusely and I could smell the blood and it was so concentrated that it nearly suffocated me. Thank goodness I didn't faint.

She was discharged from the hospital the following day.

The final day of exam finally came. Just too glad that it ended. I wouldn't be able to live anymore if it lasted for a few more days.

  • I've had enough of thinking.
  • I've had enough of writing.
  • I've had enough of counting.
  • And I've had enough of EXAM!

On Wednesday, Puan Rathan said firmly that she'll only return us our maths paper after the holidays. And yesterday, we got back our marks. Sometimes I feel that teachers can't keep their word. =)

Sixth form night is over as well. The food was edible. And I just love the mutton curry. I guess I will be hunting for more curries during Deepavali. This is what I might do if I crave for curries too much.

I'd budge/intrude into any Indian home and acted as if I know them. Then I might be invited to dinner and join in their lunch/dinner. :P

I was just kidding about that. I am not that desperate...lol.. I don't want to end up 'enjoying' my holidays in the cell at the police station.

I was late for tuition today because I forgot the time. I thought it was 11a.m. but it actually started at 10a.m.. At 10.20a.m., I got this message:

R u coming 4 mat tuition 2day?

Then I replied that I was going.

Ten minute later, another message came:

R u on the way? Tuition suppose 2 b
at 10am to 11.30am

I was like.....WHAT????

I thought it was 11am. I'll be right there.

So I rushed there and reached within minutes. Lucky thing that the place was very near from my home. Phew. I didn't miss a lot though.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

happy birthday, mom!!

Just a note to say:

Happy birthday, mom! Hope this year brings you lots and lots of happiness
and great health. Love you very much. Muah!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

i love PA!!

Phew! Finally I can heave a sigh of relief. A partial sigh of relief now that maths exam is over but I still have to keep the other sigh as PA exam starts tomorrow. I thought maths would have killed me. Thank goodness it didn't. It just sapped out most of my brain energy. Will have to rejuvenate later on at the petrol station nearby with Synergy F1. =)

Some people asked me, "How do you study?"
I couldn't answer as I find it the most difficult question. How could I tell them that I work at the eleventh hour before the paper? I've been trying my best to work my way studying at a not-that-last-minute time. Maybe I should start asking my mom to whack me up whenever I am in the idle mode.

I am starting a chant.


I guess not. No. Never. :P

Sunday, October 01, 2006

give and take..

A delicious looking chocolate cake. It looks like a landslide has occured. Really creative. =)
Landslides do happen in real life. There's nothing that can help to prevent the landslides from occuring if there are no steps of precautions. Since NO ONE is supposed to get involved, there's no one to turn to for help and disaster will strike. The 'victims' are obviously the ones getting hurt. The longer the strike is, I cannot imagine what will happen to the once beautiful land.

Sometimes when I see someone lingering on the streets, dressed in unwashed patched clothings, I can't help wondering about one's origins. Where is his/her family? Nobody should be left alone because everyone belongs to the society. I really sympathise these people who have no one to turn to when they need help. Their lives are no different from waves. Ever changing and not a moment of calmness.

I felt the same when I saw an old lady moving about aimlessly in the coffee shop where I had my dinner just now. Everyone who walked past her scoffed at her and even asked her to go away. A tinge of sadness filled me. I knew she felt the same. The feeling of being unwanted and not valued will definitely hurt her. Hostility is what we see in the world today. For example, wars. Be it cold or not. Being hostile to others is what I detest most. One should have the attitide to give and take. If you can't give, why take? That's self-centred if someone takes something without giving.