Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Spent around RM300 in Carrefour. The receipt is super loooooooooonnnggg. What did I buy?
Food ie. vegetables, canned food, mee goreng, eggs costed me around RM90
An iron costed me around RM50
A printer costed me around RM100
Personal stuff costed me around RM60

The cafe is nice and soothing. Recommended place to have romantic dinners. The food is delicious and the drinks are fabulous! Best of all, they are cheaper than one ever imagined! The staff are efficient. Good services are provided.

I am delighted that you brought me there for dinner.

The area is peaceful and quiet. Good environment for students. The night view is beautiful. Good place for couples to chill around. The unit is cooling. Good place to stay in. The room is spacious. Good enough for a person to sleep in. One parking slot which is not available for him. Not good for one to park one's car at the foot of the hill and walk all the way up to the apartment.

I am glad you found a place to stay.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Last week was packed with loads of AIESEC events ie. Local Committee Planning Meet (LCPM), Weekly General Training, UKM's Malam Interaksi AIESEC and TBS Orientation Night.

1) Local Committee Planning Meet

Last weekend, AIESEC TBS had their LCPM in one of the houses somewhere around Sunway residential area instead of Port Dickson which was initially discussed. We had it 2 days 1 night instead of 3 days 2 nights. Two cars were lost (I was in one of the cars) but we managed to find our way to the house. Thanks goodness.

On the first day, we had expectation settings, SWOT analysis, presentation on departments' achievements and non-achievements, AIESEC Scorecard revisited, and Vision building & Review goals.

Next morning, two couples smuggled into SS15 area to take nice shower before going back to PSJ9 to have their breakfast. On the second day, the sessions were presentation on NatCon outcome, departments planning, plans presentation & troubleshooting, consolidation of plans, plans review and last but not least, dinner at Min Tien!

2) First Weekly General Training for the next half term

Not many members turned up but we had two foreigners (whom I thought were interns) who are neither TBS students nor AIESECers. We had game sessions before we proceeded to have sharing and discussion in groups.

3) UKM's Malam Interaksi AIESEC

We went to UKM after our General Training. There were speech, multimedia presentations, sharing made by the interns, the people who went to work abroad, and an alumni. We had satay for supper before leaving Kajang.

4) TBS Orientation Night

I was rushing for a multimedia that afternoon. However, it was not put into use so, my effort, my time, my energy and my forgo-ed workshop were all wasted. Anyway, a lot of AIESECers turned up that night and all of us were very energetic and made a lot of 'noise' ie. cheers and AIESEC dances. I joined the new students in one of the games. The best of all was that AIESEC won in the Exposed 3 which we gained our points from all three FUN Nights (January, March and July).

3 blues! So matching! Outcasted the other 3.

My team XD

Guys, is this familiar?

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

I went for a movie 'yesterday'. What movie?

Well, I had a lot of choices; Harry Potter, Dead Silence, Vacancy, Die Hard 4.0, Fantastic Four, Surf's Up, etc.

Guess which movie we watched?

Hope you were guessing the right one -- Vacancy.

Personally, I find this movie quite thrilling -- at least he did not fall asleep even a second. Though it is quite a cheap movie -- due to a few casts and one setting -- it is still worth watching it. The movie scared the sh*t out of me countless time. It really gave me a scare -- I jumped up from my seat a few times.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Survey #02

Let's see if you can get through it. If not, you're too scared about the truth

1. Would you kiss the last person you kissed again?
~ Kiss the last person I kissed, again? WC! Why not?

2. Have you ever liked someone so much that it hurt?
~ When there is love, there is pain.

3. Have you ever made a boyfriend or girlfriend cry?
~ Yeap!

4. Are you happier single or in a relationship?
~ Each got its own Advantages and Disadvantages but of course I am now happy in a relationship.

5. Have you ever cheated on someone?
~ Yeap.

6. Have you ever told someone you loved them and didn't mean it?
~ Never.

7. Have you ever had your heart broken?
~ Yeap.

8. Have you ever broken someone's heart?
~ I did.

9. Talk to any of your exes?
~ Yeap.

10. If you could go back in time and change things, would you?
~ Nope. I like the way it is. =)

11. Think any of your exes feel the same?
~ Nope, I guess.

12. Do you believe that you are a good girlfriend or boyfriend.
~ A good but not a perfect one.

13. Have you been in an abusive relationship?
~ Yeap. The very first relationship.

14. Do you believe everyone deserves a second chance?
~ It depends.

15. Do you believe in love at first sight?
~ I guess so 'cos I believe mine is. XD

16. Do you want to get married?
~ Yeap. I want to have my own family.

17. Has anyone ever told you they wanted to marry you?
~ There was a teacher of mine proposed me when I was in Standard Four. =.="

18. Ever liked someone else's boyfriend or girlfriend?
~ Happened before.

19. Does heartbreak really feel as bad as it sound?
~ Of course it does.

Punch Yee Yen, May and Adrian

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

65-year-old Mother

I was browsing through my Friendster when I saw this story in one of the bulletin posts. XD

With all the new technology regarding fertility, a 65-year-old woman was able to give birth to a baby recently.

When she was discharged from the hospital and went home, her relatives came to visit.

They asked, "May we see the baby?"

"Not yet," said the mother. "I'll make coffee and we can visit for awhile first."

Thirty minutes had passed, and another relative asked, "May we see the new baby now?"

"No, not yet," said the mother.

After another few minutes had elapsed, they asked again, "May we see the baby now?"

"No, not yet," replied the mother.

Growing very impatient, they asked, "Well, when CAN we see the baby?"

"WHEN HE CRIES!" she told them.

"WHEN HE CRIES??" they demanded. "Why do we have to wait until he CRIES??"

"BECAUSE, I forgot where I put him..."

Monday, July 16, 2007


200th post! Yayyy..


God of War II gathering was awesome! Thanks!


Room warming was fun! Chris' room was great! Good job!


Holiday is ending. Greatttt... =.=

Sunday, July 15, 2007


I'm finally back to Subang Jaya. It had been a great and relaxing holidays.

Glad to see WC. So sweet of him to pick me up from the airport. It had been 3 weeks for not being able to see him. Therefore, seeing him is just like a dream. It was never been easy for us. There were countless of conflicts and arguments going on during the holidays. And finally we are back together.

Tomorrow will be the beginning of my new semester. 'Need to put more effort' was a piece of advice from a senior of mine.

New semester, new hope, new expectation, same goal, same me. *winks*

Friday, July 13, 2007

Don't Let Bitterness Take Root

We all have unfair and unjust things happened to us. They are part of life. When we are hurt, we can choose to hold on to that pain and become bitter, or we can choose to let it go and trust God to make it up to us.

People who harbor anger often do not realize it, but they are poisoning their own lives. When we do not forgive, we’re not hurting the other person. We’re not hurting the company that did us wrong. We’re not hurting God. We’re only hurting ourselves.

If you want to live your best life now, you must be quick to forgive. Learn to let go of the hurts and pains of the past. Don’t let bitterness take root in your life.

Maybe something happened to you when you were younger, somebody mistreated you, and somebody took advantage of you. Perhaps, somebody cheated you out of a promotion or lied about you. Maybe a good friend betrayed you, and you have a good reason to be angry and bitter.

For your emotional and spiritual health, you must let that go. It doesn’t do any good to go around hating somebody. Nor does it make any sense to stay angry for what somebody’s already done to you. You can’t do anything about the past, but you can do something about the future. You might as well forgive and start trusting God to make it up to you.

Bitterness is described as a root. Think about that. You can’t see a root. It is deep down under the ground. But you can be sure of this: A bitter root will produce bitter fruit. If we have bitterness on the inside, it is going to affect every area of our lives. It will contaminate our personalities and our attitudes, as well as how we treat other people.

A lot of people are trying to improve their lives by dealing with the external fruit. They are attempting to rectify their bad habits, bad attitudes, bad tempers, or negative and sour personalities. They’re dealing with the fruit of their lives, trying to change those things, and that is noble. But the truth is, unless they get to the root, they will never be able to change the fruit. Because as long as that bitter root is growing on the inside, that problem will persist and keep popping up time and again. You may be able to control your behavior for a while or keep a good attitude for a short period of time, but have you ever wondered why you can’t really get free? Why you can’t overcome that destructive habit?

You have to go deeper. You must discover why you are so angry, why you can’t get along with other people, why you are always so negative. If you’ll look deeply and get to the root, then you’ll be able to deal with the problem, overcome it, and truly begin to change.

I'm glad that I have learnt to forgive people and not hating them. For example, my ex-roommate. My heart lightened up a lot after I have learnt to forget those deeds she did behind my back. It had poisoned my everyday-life a lot. When I bumped into her, there ain't no knife stabbing my heart. Another example is my ex-classmate, who is now my brother's girlfriend. I was really devastated after knowing she betrayed me. Anyway, I let my past go and I'm now living a happy life of mine.

No hatred. No grudge.

I know it might be hard for some of us but trust me, hatred, grudge, resentment, bitterness do you no good. I believe all of us want to live in the world of light, not darkness.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Girls' Questions!

What color is your bra today?
* Black. Gonna take my shower later.

Whats your favorite girly magazine?
* Used to be Seventeen.

Do you wear clothes/shoes/jewelry that's uncomfortable?
* Yes, but I would change straight away. However, sometimes I do not bother -- regret in the end. XD

Did you ever cry during a romantic movie?
* Yes! I even cried when I was watching anime.

Would you leave the house without makeup on?
* Yes, I would. I makeup once in a while only.

On the scale of 1-10 how fun is shopping?
* 5 -- you could buy a lot of new stuff but it can be very tiring

Are you spoiled?
* Sort of -- both my family and boyfriend

Do you think lip gloss is the best?
* No comment.

Do you freak out if you miss your favorite show?
* Nope.

How long does it take you to get ready in the morning?
* 30 - 45 minutes

Do you wear sweatpants/pajama pants to school?
* What is are those pants? Never mind. I will just put as no then.

Do u like skater boys?
* I would be attracted. Why not?

Is pink the best color in the world?
* Nope. I would think green.

Have you ever dressed unlike yourself to impress a guy?
* Nope. I won't feel comfortable and it will affect me when I am with the guy.

Do you often wish there was something you could change?
* Yes! My height, my weight and my vital statistics.

Do you dress up too much for holidays?
* Nope. Just papa's T-shirts with short pants.

Do you like to wear dresses?
* Hmmm.. Not really.

Do you write a lot of mushy love poems?
* I'm stupid so, I don't think I would understand them.

On a scale of 1-10 how much do guys confuse you?
* Slightly 10

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Letting Go of Emotional Wounds

We live in a society that loves to make excuses, and one of our favorite phrases is: “It’s not my fault.”

True, we’ve all had negative things happen to us but if you look hard enough, you can easily find reasons to have a chip on your shoulder. Anyone can make excuses and blame the past for his or her bad attitudes, poor choices, or hot temper.

You may have valid reasons for feeling the way you do. You may have gone through things that nobody deserves to experience in life. Perhaps you were physically, verbally, sexually, or emotionally abused. Maybe you’ve struggled to deal with a chronic illness or some other irreparable physical problem. Perhaps somebody took advantage of you in business and you lost your shirt, as well as your self-esteem.

I don’t mean to minimize those sad experiences, but if you want to live in vic­tory, you cannot use past emotional wounds as an excuse for making poor choices today. You dare not use your past as an excuse for your current bad attitude or as a rationalization for your unwillingness to forgive somebody. The fourth step toward living your best life now is to let go of the past.

It’s time to allow emotional wounds to heal, to let go of your ex­cuses and stop feeling sorry for yourself. It’s time to get rid of your vic­tim mentality.

Nobody—not even God—ever promised that life would he fair. Quit comparing your life to somebody else’s, and quit dwelling on what could have been, should have been, or might have been. Quit ask­ing questions such as, “Why this?” or “Why that?” or “Why me?”

Instead, take what God has given you and make the most of it. You may have suffered much, endured great hardships, or been through a lot of negative things. You may have deep scars from emotional wounds, but don’t let your past determine your future. You can’t do anything about what’s happened to you, but you can choose how you will face what’s in front of you. Don’t hold on to feelings of bitterness and resentment and let them poison your future. Let go of those hurts and pains. Forgive the people who did you wrong. Forgive yourself for the mistakes you have made.

You may even need to forgive God. Perhaps you’ve been blaming Him for taking one of your loved ones. Maybe you are angry at God because He didn’t answer your prayers, or some situation didn’t work out the way you had hoped. Regardless, you will never be truly happy as long as you harbor bitterness in your heart. You will wallow in self-­pity, always feeling sorry for yourself, thinking that life hasn’t dealt you a fair hand. You must let go of those negative attitudes and the ac­companying anger. Change the channel and start focusing on the goodness of God.

However, true, it is easier said than done. Sighh..


Ouch! My heart pains a lot. Why is it so? I could not figure it out.

Someone save me...

Monday, July 9, 2007


Semester 3 results are out! It was expected -- at least that makes me happy, but not hoped -- that's sad.

I am lucky enough to be able to pass my ASR in spite of its failure rate -- the highest for the previous year, 70%, in my knowledge.

In a nutshell, it is great that I am able to proceed to Semester 4 together with the scholarship.

Family Trip

Was back from a family trip yesterday. It was spectacular as the matter of fact that it has been a long while since the last family trip.

We went to Damai Beach. I am sure some of you know where the place is. *winks*

'Cos it is 070707

Played beach volleyball and swimming in the pool under the hot sun. Got darker, of course! Plus, we had seafood for dinner!

The view from where we had our dinner

Oh ya! That day was 070707 and a couple had their wedding in the resort! Damn rich! They were supposed to have the dinner by the poolside but luck was not with them. It was drizzling so they had to move.

That night I could not sleep well. My dad was snoring like nobody business!

We woke up early for breakfast the next morning.


Family trip, success!

The moral of the story is, do not sleep with your parents on a family trip.