Wednesday, October 24, 2007

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Home Sweet Home

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Yippie! I will be going back to KL for the weekend. It’s such a blessing customer invites me to visit their new plant in USJ, then I can make full use of the plane tickets. :-p

I have not been back since Aunt passed away in June. That was like ages ago. The last trip back, bro, gf and I stayed less than 24 hours. No wonder I thought of home more and more often now. Even dad called up the other day. As usual, when dad calls, means, I am away for far too long. Hehehe…

This time round, I am going to spend 5 full days in KL, with 1 day at customer’s plant. Yay… yay…. :-)

Mom sounded so excited when I called her yesterday. As usual, the Royal Chef asked “what do you want to eat other than the herbal chicken soup?” Hahaha… home cooked food, here I come!!!

Sis also asked what cake I would wanna eat, choc or cheese? Yummy, can’t wait…..

Other than that, I want to eat HK Chee Cheong Fun ah…. Yong tau fu ah… I will definitely gain more weight. :-(

Monday, October 22, 2007

Picture time

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I am back, safe but not really sound. Do not know what went wrong, after the Korean food for lunch on Sat, I vomitted and had tummy cramp for practically the whole evening. Nearly couldn't make it to airport and make my way back. Anyway, I am on MC today, Doc says I have stomach flu. R and DW (my colleague) say stomach flu is contagious, so, I have no choice but to work from home. :-(

These are the pics taken before I was "down".
Celebrating Diana's "18th" Birthday :-p

With JJ @ Banana Leaf
With JJ @ the entrance

With poor Diana & YL

Would be nicer if it's sunset

New shoe at RMB 55 Only

Another nice view

Rest so you can walk further ;-)

Nice view at Lihu

With JJ - In Black & White (I like this shot)

On Gao Zhi's Laps :-)

Korean Food For Lunch

A Long Long List

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Whoa... I thought she's busy, but she still had time to tag me, super long pulak tu. :-( Babyfiona... :-p

1. Name one person who made you laugh last night? R
2. What were you doing at 0800? In bed, pigging, smsing...
3. What were you doing 30 minutes ago? Working on emails from home
4. What happened to you in 2006? Change of work and personal life :-p
5. What was the last thing you said out loud? Argghh.... (when the stupid tummy cramp attacked)
6. How many beverages did you have today? One and only, coffee... :-)
7. What color is your hairbrush? Brown
8. What was the last thing you paid for? Yesterday's lunch at Crystal Jade Kitchen.. yummy..
9. Where were you last night? Pasir Ris beach side...
10. What color is your front door? Wood colour? :-p
11. Where do you keep your change? Wallet
12. What’s the weather like today? Cloudy
13. What’s the best ice-cream flavor? Strawberry
14. What excites you? Sophie Kinsella's book
15. Do you want to cut your hair? Nope
16. Are you over the age of 25? Errr.... yes and no... hahaha...
17. Do you talk a lot? Oh yes... definitely... A LOT!
18. Do you watch the O.C.? ???
19. Do you know anyone named Steven? R's friend
20. Do you make up your own words? Do I?
21. Are you a jealous person? I am ;-)
22. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘A’. Agnes
23. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘K'... Kenneth
24. Who’s the first person on your received call list? Office
25. What does the last text message you received say? "Have you taken medicine in the morning? If not, you should take it now."
26. Do you chew on your straw? Nope
27. Do you have curly hair? Nope
28. Where’s the next place you’re going to? Bed, a bit dizzy after medicine
29. Who’s the rudest person in your life? I am not sure....
30. What was the last thing you ate? Crackers
31. Will you get married in the future? How to tell ler?
32. What’s the best movie you’ve seen in the past 2 weeks? Resident Evil : Extinction
33. Is there anyone you like right now? ***blushing***
34. When was the last time you did the dishes? Can't recall when...
35. Are you currently depressed? Ya, due to increasing workload and deteriorating health :-(
36. Did you cry today? No
37. Why did you answer and post this? Babyfiona, my dear old friend tagged me
38. Tag 5 people who would do this survey. Xiaoyenzi, Renge, Katherine, Amidrin and Diane.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

In Wuxi

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I am away to (at) Wuxi. Will be back to Sg, touching down on Sun morning.

This trip, I am taking midnight flights, to and fro.

Last night, the luggage was so heavy, I tumbled down the stairs. I was being very careful since my back has just recovered. Dropping the bag onto the conveyor, 19.3kg it read. Phew… not overloaded. Now, backache, shoulders ache. Wish for massage... how I wish D and YJ are here. Hahaha…

Boss asked if I slept on the plane. Actually, sort of. I chose a 2 seaters and the flight wasn’t full. Blessed. :-) [But I didn’t get to watch any show coz I was so sleepy, my battery went almost flat.]

Very tired now in the office, but grateful that it’s cooler these days. Celebrating Diana’s (belated) birthday tonight. She fell last night, on her birthday. I asked if it was because she couldn’t contain the excitement being someone lived for half a century. Yaya…. I was mean, but thank goodness she’s fine.

JJ was asking me, what age we should be getting for the candle on the birthday cake. When I celebrated my birthday here in July, I asked for an “18”. Every year “18” I said. How about for Diana? Putting an “18” will definitely cheer her up. :-)

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Heart Of Greed

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I have just finished watching the 40-episode Heart Of Greed (溏心風暴). Felt so great watching Cantonese show. Been time… since I came to Sg… N years ago. :-p

It was a great show, made me laugh, made me cry, and reminded me once again to treasure our loved ones. Do not take them for granted. Ya, easier said than done.

Now, few days after I finished the show, I still think of the 3 songs.

Firstly, the opening theme 講不出聲 by Susanna.




Then, the touching song by Christine Glass, My Love Will Get You Home



Last but not least, song by Don Mclean, "Vincent"

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

The best gift for him

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What are the best gifts for him, the man in my life…

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Saturday, October 06, 2007

Blogs Do Make Money Community

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I started off this blog to share my little thoughts. Then progressed to write paid posts and get paid.

If you ask me now, do I write for the sake of writing or do I write for the sake of the pay... I do not know how to answer. A bit of both I guess.

Why not have the best in both world. I do what I love to do, writing and sharing, and get paid at the same time. :-)

Portable DVD player

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Have you ever....

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Have you ever fell in love with someone you thought you know very well but then, incidents after incidents reveal another side of him or her that makes you think again, “do I know him/her that well?”

Have you ever fell in love with someone and yet you think you may not have bright future together?

Have you ever fell in love with someone of your total opposite and have nothing in common?

Have you ever fell in love with someone holding so strongly to his/her principles that it hurts you?

Life reveals itself in a very mysterious way. If you say yes to any of the above, good luck I guess.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Ashop Commerce

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My rojak Chinese...

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Beware, below is an entry about medical. I am not “medically” inclined, so the terms I used are layman terms. :-p

Went to the Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution at Toa Payoh to get my back checked again. Sharp pain comes and go. Sore pain comes and go.

It was my first time there. HY sent May and I to the “hospital” and we took the queue number before going for dinner. Registration started at 6.30pm and May advised me to see a senior consultant who is very experienced. So, to her I went. May told me after dinner, “one thing I didn’t tell you is, there will be apprentice in the consultation room”. I was taken aback, “huh, apprentice? Then no privacy ah?”

While waiting for V (D’s hubby), I peeped into the consultation room through the small window. WOW! APPRENTICE is an understatement. APPRENTICES! There were 6 of them in the small room with 6 patients!

The apprentices were taking notes. The lady sinsei was blunt and fierce. She reprimanded the apprentices and the patients. “Air-cond feels good huh. Now you know pain ah” “Don’t wear short pants to sleep in air-cond room ah, wear long pants ah” “Ate too much meat, time to go on diet ah”… bla bla bla…

Then I became “gan cheong”. Was worried she’ll scold me for some “sin” I have done that caused my back pain.

What kind of pain you feel?" she asked in Chinese. (Chinese are highlighted in orange here)
Sometimes “sharp pain”, and sometimes sore pain” I replied. Not able to express myself well in Chinese.
What sharp pain? Zhen tong is it?
Ya, zhen tong”.
Then say zhen tong, don’t say what sharp pain. Youngsters nowadays, speak Rojak Chinese”.

:-( wawawa... how do we "banana" express ourselves in full Chinese sentence? :-(

Once “kraccckkkk” to the left, and once to the right. Then 3 more times on the spine. That was it. Felt better.

But pain came back yesterday. I think I should really go for a scan.

Online Betting

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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

The age I wish to go back to......

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A new blogger friend, Amidrin started a tag on The Age That I Wish To Go Back To. I have been scratching my head for few days.

Memories, snapshots, incidents, and the years since school days flashed in my mind. Too fast, I couldn’t think of what age I would like to go back to.

12 for the innocence? 16 for the youth? 21 for the early adulthood? There are many things we regret in life. Regret treating who and who badly, regret neglecting your loved ones, snapped at them, worst, when you couldn’t be there for them when they need you.

I wish to go back to year 2002 when I was 23. Graduated from Penang, I came to Sg in March, leaving behind all beloved ones, ie. dad, mom, sis, bros, niece and mama (our beloved nanny).

Mama fell sick before I left for Penang. She said she’ll wait for me, she’ll see me graduate. She did. I last visited her when I was about to leave for Sg in March’02. She said, she’ll wait for my wedding day. And so I hung on her words. I vowed that I would buy food for her, with my first pay check.

I found my first job in 1.5 months and started work for 2 weeks before making a trip to KL. Back home, when I voiced out to mum, saying I wanted to visit mama. She told me in the car “mama has passed on”. I was stunned. I said “no…. mama said she’ll wait for me to get married. And I have not even got my first pay!”

Mum said mama passed away the very first few days I started work and family kept it from me coz worried it may affect me. I cried and cried, from KL, back to Sg. I am still crying today if I talk about her. I feel sad, coz I didn’t attend her wake, her funeral and say bye to her.

Mum stopped me from visiting mama at the mortuary for years. Last year I finally managed to persuade her. I kneeled and cried. Before visiting mama, she was always alive, her voice kept calling me “Ah May, now grown up already”, “Ah May, when did you come back from Penang?”, “Ah May, when are you leaving again?”

Now, I accepted the fact that mama has left. But her voice is always in my mind. If I could turn back time, and I know mama will be leaving me, I would postpone my trip to Sg. I would stay home and spend more time with her.

But then… that if we know………..
Now, what age would you wish to go back to?
1) Kev
2) Nesh
5) Katherine

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Title: The Age That I Wish To Go Back To
Requirement: Write about the one age that you wish to go back to and why?
Tag Mode: 5 blogger
1st - You leave their blog and post link and add to the list below.
2nd - Let the blogger you want to tag know they been tagged by comment in their blog or etc.

The Age that they Wish to Go Back to:
Amidrin wish to go back to age 22 to correct back some mistakes in life.

Monday, October 01, 2007

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Am back....

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I am back. Thanks for all the best wishes. :-) How was exam you may ask. One word, TOUGH. Sigh... I thought I was more or less prepared, but the questions still caught me off guard.

Worse case, at the last 5 mins in the long questions paper, when the examiner said to a classmate, that he should re-do the whole graph again. I double checked my graph. GOD! I didn’t realize the question gave us the target value, and I spent 10 mins to calculate the target value, getting some decimal places in between, and round up to a bigger integer. And you guessed right, I did it wrongly. Lucky thing was, there was 5 mins left, I corrected the value in the table and started erasing the plotting on the graph and made it when the examiner said “1 more mins, please check all your answers”.

Phew… for the whole Sat afternoon, I have been thinking of the DNOM chart. I should have read twice, thrice and however many times I am supposed to, but I just didn’t. I was overly confident on that question, other than the DOE part. Just pray hard I didn’t do any careless mistake in the average effect calculations.

After exam, I felt lost. Empty. Have been attending classes for the past 4 months and thinking of the exam for whole of last month, and it’s finally over. Result will be out in 6 weeks time. Though I feel that I may have marginally passed or failed, I am hoping for the best, and preparing for the worse. :-(

Dinner
Went to library to get 2 books then met up with AT, SW, her fiancé, and her fiancé’s friend for dinner. Have not met SW since A Level, which was like almost a decade. Haha… and I have known her for 2 decades. :-p

We had Vietnamese food. Then we had some dessert and proceeded to coffee at Bugis Junction when AT suddenly said “let’s watch Balls of Fury. My gf doesn’t like this kind of boh-liao show”. I was like, “I have not even heard of the show, but seeing you are leaving, and I very bored, ok lor”. At 7.50pm, we bought the 7.50pm show. SW, fiancé, and his friend didn’t want to join coz they have to attend church service early on the next day.

Balls of Fury
So we rushed up to Shaw. The show just started, just nice. It’s really a boh-liao show, but hilarious. Good enough to de-stress. We had a good laugh, that’s very important after my exam. :-p

The show ended at 9 or so, and we went for a drink at Terra. AT called Rickson who came to Sg 2 months ago. Rickson is our high school friend. Rickson came, with gf and we chatted. Been years since I last met Rickson actually.

The 3 of them talked about finance, how much this friend is earning and stuffs, and as usual, when comes to finance, I am a total idiot. More inferior when I was told those friends in oil & gas are earning a fortune. God….

BFD
Our catch-up drink ended at almost 11pm, when I was supposed to meet an ex colleague for a drink at East Coast Park. We reached BFD at about 11.30, and were told that the kitchen is closed, so, there were only drinks and chips available. No sausages for me… :-(

He shot 2 IQ questions….. And I gave up the moment he finished the questions. No fun, he said. Damn lazy to think. :-p

A glass of margarita was it took to make me tipsy. :-( Been 2 months since I went drinking. Hehehe…

Back drop dead, but woke up at 7am on Sunday…… damn…..

Shoot em'Up
Watched Shoot em’Up with R on Sunday. Sigh…. It’s a M18 show, pervasive strong bloody violence, sexuality and some language. :-(

An overly exaggerated plot. Bad guys don’t die easily, do they?

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