Wednesday, March 24, 2010


"If you really want to do something, you'll find a way;
If you don't, you'll find an excuse."

People always say that you should always pour your heart and soul into whatever things that you do. Wait. There is something missing. You just can't seem to give your all. The missing ingredient would be your PASSION.

Without this passion to keep you going, are you able to survive to the very end? Even if you do, there is no satisfaction that comes out of it. Mundane. Meaningless. Yet, something that may be meaningless in the eyes of others could be so meaningful to you when you are passionate about the things that you do. And guess what? The satisfaction you get from doing the things you love worth much more than anything else in world. Passion is the one thing that keeps things alive.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


While a man was polishing his new car,
his 4 yr old son picked up a stone
and scratched lines on the side of the car.

In anger, the man took the child's hand
and hit it many times not realizing
he was using a wrench.

At the hospital, the child lost all his fingers

due to multiple fractures.

When the child saw his father.....

with painful eyes he asked, 'Dad when will my fingers grow back?'
The man was so hurt and speechless;
he went back to his car and kicked it a lot of times.

Devastated by his own actions......

sitting in front of that car he looked at the scratches;
the child had written 'LOVE YOU DAD'.
The next day that man committed suicide. . .

Anger and Love have no limits;

choose the latter to have a beautiful, lovely
life & remember this:

Things are to be used and people are to be loved.
The problem in today's world is

that people are used while things are loved.

Let's try always to keep this thought in mind:

Things are to be used,
People are to be loved.

Watch your thoughts; they become words.
Watch your words; they become actions.
Watch your actions; they become habits.
Watch your habits; they become character;
Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Nanny @ Singapore

Here's a post bout the babysitting trip in Singapore I mentioned earlier.

I never fly any international flight from KLIA before and I didn't know that the boarding hall was a different building hence it was quite a distance from the main terminal that you need to take train in KLIA itself. I know that KLIA is big, but now I know it is BIGGER.
A snapshot from the plane. I love the sunray in the pic. Pweettyy :P
My cousin stays in a condominium named Waterplace and here is the water view you get from his place up at the ninth floor.

The kids love it here. I love it here too. This is heaven with such hot weather back then.
Would you just look at the exited-cause-i-am-going-swimming faces?

My vain moment :D
Their excited moment. Jessica and si kici Mikayla.
Jacuzzi *loves* Try dipping yourself in this for 15 minutes then jump to the pool! ;P
Night view of Singapore city from Esplanade (I think! Forgot the name of that place >.<)

There was a show going on there. Free show. Mikayla didn't like the loud noise though. Terpaksalah we balik.
And here are the food. I stayed home most of the time. Didn't get to go out a lot. So, I get mostly homecook food :) Thanks for Jie Jie Caroline.

Mikayla only likes this for the longan. Don't know the name. How did my cousin ordered this? He looks at the picture and the says out the number.
Ever classic cendol *loves*
Chicky wingy :)
My favourite. My favourite! Hokkien mee!
According to my cousin, Tem, this is the Siam noodles which cannot be found in Malaysia. Here, we only have mi Thailand T_____T
Had lunch at this awesome restaurant at Parkway Parade.
Mikayla can't stop laughing after editing her own pic.
It was fun taking care of these lovely kids. Looking forward for another job if there is any more vacancy next time :P

I am currently down with influenza, thanks to Makcik Bridget for spreading the virus around my room during her few days stay here. *sniff sniff*

Till next time... God bless!


Monday, March 15, 2010

Women Equals Problems


Sunday, March 7, 2010

Chinese New Year 2010

Hello! I am back in UKM already. Here is the post bout my Chinese New Year celebration last month. I know this is very very very de late. I am sorry. Was caught some with work and some other things. Minta maaf ya!

I went back on the 11th Feb, three days before CNY. There was nothing much to do until the eve of CNY itself. Like every other year, me and my family goes to the night market which is only available during the eve of CNY eve which sells all the foodies for the reunion dinner on CNY eve. Confusing? :P

The crowded night market at Foh Sang.

CNY EVE : 13 February 2010

Me and cousin Anna made the decoration for cousin Geraldine's 18th birthday cake. We bought two cakes, stack em' up and decorated them the whole afternoon. The outcome? Not bad okeh, go check my facebook! :P
Fooooooooooooodddddddddddd during reunion dinner.

Manicure and pedicure services in da house!! Dijamin puas hati! Free of charge okie :D

CNY (1st Day) : 14 Feb 2010

My brother "attending" CNY mass at Mary Immaculate :)

Me and bro in the car camwhoring while waiting dad to try his luck with lotto.
Went back to kampung that morning after breakfast. TRADITION. I spend my CNY here every year. And this one, warming up for camwhoring sessions with a few cousins.
The girls getting ready to look their best that day.

Ketam-ketam itu semestinya.

Group photo :) My cousins from my mum's side of the family.
Lunch of the day. FOOD.
Does this look familiar to you? This is the same dish that was served during the reunion dinner during CNY eve. A chinese (Hakka) delicacies named Kiu Nyuk" - pork and yam. Yummy ok!
Ever classic steamed chicken.
Stewed arrowheads with pork. The same dish served every year during CNY.
Dad's favourite. Don't know the name :P
Went to cousin's boyfriend's place somewhere far out which I couldn't remember the name of the place. Nice paddy field view as background :P

Gambling session that went on for the whole day.
Nothing significant bout this pic. I just like it :P

What is CNY without boom boom fire crackers and fire works? :P
CNY (2nd Day) : 15 Feb 2010

Another makan session at home and the boys are preparing the food. Chef, chef-to-be and potential chef.

Cars occupying the parking space at home.
My new addiction THIS YEAR.

CNY (3rd Day) : 16 Feb 2010

Day our with cousins at 1Borneo.
FIRST TIME any lion dances troupe reaches my house. And yes I am excited!
I enjoyed my CNY celebration this year. As a matter of fact, I didn't even remember it was Valentine's Day. My CNY mood overwhelmed my lovey dovey mood. Nonetheless, it was still great to get together with everyone though I didn't get any chocolate nor any bouquet of flowers *hint hint*. What bout yours? How was your CNY aka Valentine's Day celebration? I hope yours was as fantastic as mine. After all, I believe it is the company you have with you that matters more than anything else. All the makan-makan and laughter sessions, they were amazing. But without your love ones, they are pretty meaningless. Agree? :)


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