That was obviously a joke.
This morning we took Crystle for her second vaccination. Too bad I forgot to snap the pictures in the examination room but here are better pictures. There were some very cute puppies outside the veterinary and I was hugging one which I found to be the most adorable.
If I were to have her, I think I would name her Smudgie.
Look at the smudges on her nose area. So cute!
Another picture of dear Smudgie.
This is Smudgie's sister. She is a more reserved pup compared to Smudgie and the rest.
Dr. Gilbert (the vet)'s son. He looks so ABC-ish to me. The pup he was carrying actually bit him (not a painful one of course) and now he is trying to get his revenge by strangling her. Haha...
Smudgie loves being cuddled.
I will call this one Saffron as she reminds me so much of Saffy.
I still miss Saffy.
Look at the camera and smile! Saffron loves being photographed.
The other siblings.
The two eldest pups in another cage.
This is Crystle after her vaccination. I was hoping to see her jumped up when the doctor inserted the thermometer into her butt but she didn't.
Dr, Gilbert said 'Sodomised!' when he inserted the thermometer into her butt. So funny that everyone in the room laughed. Didn't know he would be so humourous as he looks serious most of the time.
Back at home , stronger than ever.
On another note, I don't know how to get my assignments started. Maybe procrastination is coming for a visit again. IT ALWAYS DOES THIS! Especially when I have something important to do.
I have less than a month to complete 3 assignments which is equivalent to 7.5k words?
Let's divide that with 25 days (the number of days in between today and the due date).
7500/25=300 words per day.
I just need to write 0.3k words a day. Isn't that just wonderful?
Saturday, September 27, 2008
That was obviously a joke.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Sometimes things work out in the most mysterious ways.
I was mentioning about not getting my assignment questions yesterday/early morning today and when I stepped into class this morning, I could see the oh-so-white-and-bright A4 paper in my lecturer's hands. One lesson learnt:
Be careful of what you wished for.
Class today was pretty okay and something interesting happened when I saw a lizard on the wall at the far end of the class above the whiteboard. I then asked sir:
"Is the lizard dead?" (that question came through my mind because it had been remaining static for so long)
Then Ju Dee heard me and she started screaming when she heard me said 'LIZARD'. It was so hilarious! I think her voice can be heard from the ground floor.
There are plans made for the coming Raya break and I hope all will work out unlike the previous plans.
A note to Ju Dee: Do not be stupid. Being bulimic will kill you. God's creativity never fails so please do not change the beauty He had made in you. I love you the way you are. Everyone does!
The first week of my second semester had gone by like the breeze in the open sea. Just a snap of a finger and here comes the second week. So far the assignment questions are not here yet (I wish they are lost in post) and I am glad. Well, I shouldn't be glad because the later it comes, then the shorter duration that I have to complete and hand it up.
I don't know why I am typing at this time. Maybe I just feel guilty for not updating when I know I have things to write here? Probably that is the case.
It's late so I shall go have my beauty (not such a beautiful time to start sleeping, I know) sleep now.
(~.~) I wish I can sleep like this every night at the right time.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
We started journey early in the morning to go to Lumut (initial plan) but we ended up on the island. Pangkor, here we come!
Let the pictures tell the tale.
This was how quiet Lumut was this morning. The cars on the road are so few.
A deceiving place to trick people to think that this is really Pangkor when it is not.
Isn't the tree behind me beautiful?
Feeling excited to go on board.
This is not really a real tree but it looks real from far.
Me under the fake tree
Patrick from Bikini Bottom and me
Eunice trying to impersonate Patrick
Amidst the sea creatures stoned on the wall
The planks of wood leading to nowhere
What the crab???
Half an hour before we reached Pangkor.
The interior of the ferry
While waiting for the ferry to move. We 'self-loved' ourselves more.
Looks like a plane from the outside
Looks like the typical Penang fried kuey teow but this is actually a Thai-styled kuey teow. Tasted better than the regular ones. A must-try when you go to Pangkor.
The deserted street of Pangkor. This reminds me of filming sets.
What is so interesting about a trip to Pangkor Island without these? Must-buys.
Some more items
A bike with a cute seat for toddler
Look at the pink vans! They are all for rent.
The same ferry but different compartment
The back of the ferry.
The wind as strong as ever
The ferry has finally slowed down.
Goodbye Pangkor Island!
In the ferry. Eunice is bringing world peace.
Someone lurking behind
Final shot of the two of us in the ferry.
This is Lumut. Can you see the mossy land?
Later on, we went to shop for more 'junks' and then I bought a chocolate ice-cream. Too bad I didn't manage to capture the picture of the ice-cream because it was simply irresistable and I finished it really quick. I am not a glutton, okay?
It was a very exciting day trip. I love the ferry as it is air-conditioned now unlike the last time I went on board. The journey only took half an hour from Lumut to Pangkor. I don't mind if the journey is any longer.
Got to go back to college tomorrow to study. I am looking forward to more public holidays!