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I get a feeling I’m the only visitor to my own blog. LOL


Lol.. I posted this reply on plurk earlier on

ngor hou zong yi mcdull! dan hai ngor mmm meng hoi gong mud

It’s just not the day(s) week

It’s just not the day

First was Wed, when I was supposed to meet peeps from NHAA for dinner. Flew them aeroplane at the last minute ‘coz my poor eyes had been complaining the whole day, I decided to give the dinner a miss and rest early for the night. Ended up leaving office only at 10pm and worked from home till 3.30am.

It’s just not the day

Thurs night was spent at Wala Wala for Carolyn S’s birthday celebration. Ended up going there late and missed the first set of The UnXpected’s music. Initially wanted to order my fav drink there, but ended up ordering a glass of coke that cost 6 bucks.

It’s just not the day

On Friday morning, I thought I tasted blood. Didn’t bother about it until I cleared my nose. Dried mucus is fine, but it wasn’t the usual pale yellowish colour, but dark red. Almost got scared to death, why a sudden nose bleed?! Left the issue aside, since I was feeling pretty ok. Supposed to meet Fayanne for dinner @ 7, which later changed to 7.30pm. Called her at 7.30pm and she was still in queue for her iPhone. Decided to pop by Bugis and meet my buddies first (which I’m glad I did coz I get to eat some food). When I reached Somerset @ 9pm, dear Fayanne was still in queue. Feeling tired (from not enough sleep over the past few days) and hungry, I don’t think I’d want to wait another hour so I went home instead. Sorry Fayanne!

It’s just not the day

Tried clearing nose in the morning again, and there’s a little bit of blood in the mucus. Thankfully that’s the last trace of blood that can be found. I think I’m alright. Originally planned to go for Yoga class today, but shelved the plan coz I had headache. Went straight for badminton instead. At the void deck of the neighbouring block, the workers (for the lift upgrading) were keeping the cables – they were pulling it on the floor. Coz it was raining, I had to walk at the area where they were pulling the cables, and the cable ran across my toes! Sigh. On the way to the bus stop, the sheltered pathway was blocked, so had to use the temporary unsheltered path. One of the concrete blocks was loosened and I stepped on muddy water! 🙁

It’s just not the day

Sometime during the week, I realised I lost 2kg of weight. For no reason. Though I’d much like the weight to be reduced, that’s not the way. Thankfully I’m starting to gain the weight back.

This week had been an “eventful” one. With so many “it’s just not the day”, I have to say


Next week will be better, I hope.


I simply don’t understand, people who say they are broke, yet can afford to go for overseas trip.

And who’s more broke?

Yours truly here has had her passport last stamped in May 2006, and all the stamps are for trips across the causeway, the furthest KL.

No complaints. No point doing comparison when everyone’s family financial situation is different.

Nevermind! When I’ve all debts cleared in 2010, I’ll be a freeman at last.

Short update

Nothing much that I can do with my Fujitsu laptop, since it’s so freaking slow.

So I thought I’ll try and see what I can blog on.

I’m still busy with work, yes I know work is endless. But once this project is over, which is going to be SOON, in say 2-3 weeks’ time, it’s gonna be woohoo~ time!

Still busy but slightly less busy, as most part of the bulk of work had been done, it’s mainly bug fixing now. So I’ve got a wee bit of time to hop over to XBOX area – after office hours – to play a bit of Wii that Yuhui brought to office.

And I must say, I’m addicted. *oops* They got me tempted to get one set of my own, so that the kids can play when they come my place.

Raving Rabbids 2, Ping Pong, Cooking Mama, Mario Kart. Haven started on Mario Kart though, there’s bound to have time for that.

Have been missing out on badminton & Pilates for the past 5 weeks at least. Gosh I need that minimal exercise that I can get every week.

Sigh I miss my after-work activities!

If you’ve chatted with me over msn recently, you might have noticed my display picture:

Let me introduce, this is baby Gabriel 李彦泽, Angie‘s newborn! More photos can be found here. Cute right this photo? Wonder how his parents taught him that. haha! For a 1 mth old, this photo is so cute!

Time really flies. Been receiving quite a number of wedding / baby shower invitations recently. Guess it’s the time now. But no worries, you probably won’t receive one from me anytime soon. =)

Good Job ladies!

输得心服口服!They’re really good!

Nevertheless, good job done ladies! Silver is good enough, for now.

Thank you for helping us clinch a medal after 48 years!

Congratulations Singapore!

Woohoo~ We’re finally getting a medal after 48yrs!

An internal email was sent out at 2.30pm titled “History in the making”.

Xbox area has became the official spot to watch Table Tennis Women Team Semifinals LIVE. (While I catch the scores LIVE online)

5pm. TGIF. Wanted to play Wii, but the gang was still at xbox area. Ended up joining them to watch the matches.

Excited. The Singapore Sporit! The XM spirit! We were all so excited during the match-point! Will we win or will we say bye-bye to the Gold/Silver medal once again?

Alas, the players did us proud! No doubt some people call them China-poreans, but it’s still great having a medal won under the name Singapore! WoohoO!!

The Korea team did great as well! If you’ve missed how the score went this afternoon. SG 1 point, KR 1 point. KR 1 point, SG will add 1 point as well. That’s how close we were.

Nevertheless, WOOTS! We’re guaranteed at least a Silver!

This sunday! Finals! I’m so gonna catch it live!

Jiayou girls! We’re all supporting you back here in Singapore!

The Angel

I can’t stand it when people doesn’t give up their seats without others telling them to.

Though thankfully, they stood up to give up their seats after I politely requested them to.

Happened many times on my way to work. Pissed off with them. What happened to all the manners learnt in primary school?

Take this morning for example. Bus 960 was as packed as usual, this old lady, I estimated her age to be ard 70s, was standing at the 4-seater seats (the one with 2 seats facing backwards). She’s slightly shorter than me, with no seat-handles / bar handles to hold on to, she had to rely on the hanging handle. The route of the bus has quite a few turns before it reaches the next stop, of which the turns, to young people, are not entirely safe without holding on to handles. The hanging handle doesn’t help much ‘coz you have to balance yourself when the bus turns.

Throughout the whole journey, the old lady stood throughout. And the person sitting in front of her, is a woman at her early 30s the most. WTF? Cannot stand up let the old lady sit is it?

I wasn’t an angel today, one thing I was tired, secondly I wanted to see if the woman will stand up or not. #$%^Y&U Wrong choice made. So I asked the lady to stand closer to me and hold on to the seat handle instead. At when she said her feet’s actually aching. Sigh. I should have been an angel and asked people to give up their seats, but doing it so often made me feel like I’m just being a busybody.

The ugliness of Singaporeans.