Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Because it's not easy

With the current ongoing politics in hall, there seems to be a boundary between the two teams. It may not be visible but deep down inside, we all know which team are we rooting for. Of course, there are those who genuinely are torn between the two teams.

What I fear for this hall is that people who are strongly involved in this may forgive but not forget. After this week, I hope we will all return back to normal. After all, unity is what we want. :)

Only one team can win, that's the rule of this game. So no matter how the outcome might turn out to be, I hope the next JCRC will do this hall good without any hidden intentions.

Tonight's Presidential Rally is gonna be so exciting! :)

Good luck to both teams and may the best team wins! :)

Friday, March 26, 2010


When things happen unexpectedly at the wrong time, wrong place and for the wrong reasons..

Tell me, what do you do?

Just when you thought..

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Wish I could incorporate all these elements into my life. I shall try! :)

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Dear Daddy :)

It's 40 minutes past midnight.

It's my dad's birthday! :)


Somehow, I feel slightly sad about not being home to celebrate his birthday. In fact, I won't be able to celebrate MY OWN 21st birthday this year with them and my mom's birthday. I'll only be able to celebrate my sister's birthday. It's gonna be like this for about four years from now.

It's ashame that sometimes I may have took minor things such as birthday cake, birthday presents, family pictures etc for granted for the past few years back at home. But, I'm thankful that I have people around me who reminded me about who my family truly is. My mom and dad are always equipped with cameras/handphones in hand to take photos. My sister will always ask me for my opinion on what to buy. We take turns to get presents for our parents and there were times when we hunt for presents together. I miss those days.

Never knew I was gonna miss all these minor details.

I want to be able to feel and experience the birthday celebrations back at home again even if they were all in such small scales. Those memories seem so priceless to me right now despite them being repetitive for every birthday.

It's true when they say that you only learn how to appreciate things when they're gone. But, in this case, they're not "gone", they're just on a temporary hiatus.

As much as I'd hate to say this, but this is the reality, we all grow up and eventually will have to leave home at some point in our lives. Leaving home means a lot, it means not being able to embrace the homely feeling that has been lingering around for the past two decades, it feels like my backbone, my pillars of strength, my army of support and defence are missing.
I miss my family, I really do. :(

This is gonna take awhile for me to adjust but I'm sure things will be alright. :) Life must go on! I know they will always support me mentally and emotionally and they will always have my back. :)

Blood is thicker than water.

Hope you enjoy your birthday daddy! :)

Friday, March 19, 2010

When reality strikes..

..sometimes I just wish I could stay delusional.

Most of us are good at hiding our feelings. We put this facade over our faces and pretend like nothing happened.

Why do we do that when we are given the freedom to express how we truly feel? Some things are easier said than done. Sometimes the desire to express doesn't come easy as to how it may look like.

But in the end, life still has to go on.

I'm gonna eat my Ramly burger now, it's been a long time since I last tasted one!

Friday, March 12, 2010

See You!

This definitely helps when you're feeling down after getting your results, no? I hope Siew Wai sees this. :)

Goodbye Sky, take care and see you next year! :) Or probably during the holidays? We could all pay you a visit in HUKM. :) It has been a wonderful journey having you as a friend here. :)