Dinner at

30 01 2010

Tony Romas @ Sunway Pyramid

Probation days are over. haha.. Marks our 3rd Mensiversary!

Dining in was unplanned because initially we were supposed to help out Ms Bennington to shift her stuff that evening. Manatau, rainstorm all of a sudden. Hence everything were scrapped off  including dining with her. So we got ourselves filled up in Pyramid. Despite our improper attire ( polo shirt, shorts , flip flop), all is well.

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Life without

25 01 2010

Australian Open ‘1o, American Idol Season 9, Grey’s Anatomy Season 6

Equals to life without entertainment. Hence, life is INCOMPLETE…


24 01 2010

officially sucks..

Mind you. This pair is original and it costs rm169.

The then wound- just recovered.

Hun bought me two packets of Spot Cushions

And it got worst.

Pic above- The severe wound of all the minor blisters.

So much for “anatomy of a Crocs” !


Flip flop is still the BEST~

The role of quidnuncs

27 12 2009

or in local term: Kepo lang

It is undeniable that a myriad of Kuchingites love to visit any newly launched “four corner walls” that can be found in every nook and cranny of Kuching, be it coffee shops, malls, clubhouses, hotels; you name it..


1. Just being kepo

2. Share the joy and be supportive.

Sad to say that, I’m one of them too (part-time nia).. Hak~

Upon landing on this Laksa ground, been hearing lots of hoo-ha about this new hotel which is situated on top of the hill. Let me present you, Pullman Hotel.


Blue Christmas tree has become the center of attraction in the hotel. And if you have noticed, it is two-story high.

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A fantabulous sentence making one could ever come out with

7 10 2009

Options- an agreement that gives the option holder the right , not obligation to trade.

Here goes the “in” example  given by my lecturer to help us to remember the gist of the meaning:

Ms Geetha: It’s like dating your boyfriend. You have the right to date him, but no obligation to marry him.

Class: *burst into laughter*

Ms Geetha: Yeah. This example may be stupid. But you will remember it for the rest of your life.

Anne:  *Shazam!*  @.@

The waitress who had a fit of hysteria

22 09 2009

Had a little catch up with my good ol’ mates, Chris and WT @ the Gardens & Midvalley for dinner and desserts.

This funny incident came about when we were set for our 2nd round -desserts, somewhere (cannot disclose the name of the shop) in the middle of the promenade.

Me and WT were busy chatting, on the other side, Chris and his other girl friend were waving to their friends from the opposite of the atrium. His girl friend accidentally pushed the waitress as soon as the waitress handed my dessert to me. The dessert fell on me, piak, in a split second. My right torso was covered with Mango fruits, the sago, the syrup, ice. I startled for awhile. The waitress emitted a long hysterical tone. poor careless waitress. Whilst I, the victim did not  get the chance to utter a single word or even whine. And of  course, Chris’s friend was feeling bad, repeatedly begging for mercy for like, 100 times? It’s not anyone’s fault, seriously. That was just an accident. An accident.

The story did not end here. So I went to the washroom to get myself clean up. I put a stack of tissues on the dry lane on top of the sink. A lady came in to pee. Surprisingly, she took my tissue without permission. In my mind I was like,” hey skimpy woman! are you blind? That’s my tissue!! ”

Come to think about this whole incident. It was extraordinarily humorous.

Chris, currently USM-based (Penang)

Cheers to my replaced Mango dessert

see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

Nice having done nothing but to just enjoy a proper dinner with you guys.

Matthew 25:40

19 09 2009

addresses ” As often as you did it for one of the least brothers of mine, you did it for me.”

It begins, in a place where the location are obscured by the woods and of Stella Maris school.

It begins, therefore, at Ampang in the late  August in a breezy air on a warm afternoon up in Madonna Heights. As soon as we stepped out from the taxi with our handsc04399ds badly infested with bacteria from the train. We, (Jessyca, Gaby and I) were greeted by Sr Angeline with a warm hand shake
We were ushered to the dining hall for a good sip of warm Red Bean  starch soup wf “you tiao”.
in wait for the arrival of another 5 0r 6 delegates.

As we walked to our dorm, this beautiful sheep-cropped turf garden    caught our attention. Looks like Garden of Eden – my heart whispered.

Wookie! I will stop the lengthy story writing. If not, this entry would be as long as Subway’s 1 foot long.

Day 1: I’ve learnt that not all questions have immediate answers. Some are to be left unanswered. But along our journey of discipleship, we have to keep asking these questions to ourselves.

Genesis: Where do you come from?, Where have you come from?, Where are you going?

Psalm 139:7- Where can I go from Your Spirit? Where can I flee from Your presence?


Day 2: John 4:39 talks about the Samaritans = ( outcast people) who became believers.

In a related ministry of Jesus :- John 4:1-25 tells us Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman who came to draw water in the noon to avoid the public because Samaritans are the outcast people in the community. She met Jesus at the well, they then discussed about the spiritual “water” which quenches forever the soul’s deepest thirst. Jesus declared that the Father seeks worshipers who worship the Father in spirit and in truth, just as what the Samaritans did.

Evening session, we studied and compared the characteristics of a good and bad shepherd: Ezekiel 34:2-10 (bad shepherd), 11-16 (good shepherd)

Luke 15:1-7 Parable of the Lost Sheep

In an unrelated activities, we produced this:-


12 delegates

Day 3: Reflection: John 21:15-19

Watched the 4th wise man film. The message from the movie: If you spend time tending to the needy and outcast or poor, you are doing these things to CHRIST himself.

Artaban, the 4th wise man sets off his quest to find baby Jesus, along his journey he has done just as what is written in the Gospel of Matthew.

“Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.‘ Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’ The King will reply, ”I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’”

For more insight of the story click here

It began at Pusat Kebajikan Good Shepherd organized by the GoodShepherdSisiters. But it does not end there….

So let our light shine before men as we part that they may see our good deeds and praise our Father in Heaven.