Thursday, 29 November 2012

How Do You Live?

How do you liveee without me??

Feeling very proud of my existence in their life, that was my question to my mom.

How would they live without me? Basically I'm the runner and driver for them. Whatever they want to do, they will call out my name. Wherever they don't know how to go, my name will be called.

Mom replied,

"Aiya, when you are not here only decide la."

-______-

Now I don't feel my existence. LOL.

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Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Sia sui

Wah sai, damn embarrassing..

I finished work early today and so I decided to attend the 6.15 pm Hot Yoga Class at True Fitness, Taipan.

Class ended at 7.20 pm and just as I wanted to leave the gym, it started raining heavily. My car was parked at the open space parking right beside True Fitness.

Since I didn't want to get drenched in the rain, I decided to try the newly opened Japanese franchise restaurant, Sukiyaki since my stomach was growling in hunger.


If you haven't notice this newly opened restaurant, its logo is red in colour.

And so I ordered this set priced at RM16.90


The rice is a lot for one person I think.

I was sitting right at the entrance, with my body facing the door, reason being, so that I can "kap jai" !

Hahahahha true indeed I managed to spot one in orange jersey walking passed the restaurant.

"Oh, he looks familiar." (Well, this is the typical expression one gives when they spot pretty/handsome people) LOL

Oh too bad he's just another passer by from left to right.

Jeng jeng jeng few minutes later he reappeared from right side, entering the Sukiyaki restaurant! *gasp*

Hahha prolly just like me, couldn't go home because of the rain. As i was putting food into my mouth, I kept looking at him through the reflection on the glass door. Then suddenly there was a loud thud.

MY PHONE DROPPED INTO THE BOWL OF BEEF BULGOGI! Damn!

So paiseh. Hahaha I bet he must be thinking, another girl got zapped by my charming-ness. I didn't turn to look at him anymore.

My phone charm, the cupids were soaked in the gravy...


And then I realised he's actually my friend from high school, but I don't think he remembers me because we never talk anymore.

I didn't dare to say hi to him as well in case he gives me the look "eeeer who the hell are you?"

And so this is the culprit.


The guy who appeared in coca-cola advertisement. Hahahah good one la Lily, so "diu lian".

I thought this kind of scenario will only happen to a guy who sees a chio bu. -.-

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Monday, 26 November 2012

Dalai Lama

I'm browsing the web reading famous quotes by Dalai Lama. Found a few interesting ones to share with all of you. ;p

"The purpose of our live is to be happy."

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.”

“Love is the absence of judgment.”

“Every day, think as you wake up, today I am fortunate to be alive, I have a precious human life, I am not going to waste it. I am going to use all my energies to develop myself, to expand my heart out to others; to achieve enlightenment for the benefit of all beings. I am going to have kind thoughts towards others, I am not going to get angry or think badly about others. I am going to benefit others as much as I can.”

“Choose to be optimistic, it feels better.”

“If a problem is fixable, if a situation is such that you can do something about it, then there is no need to worry. If it's not fixable, then there is no help in worrying. There is no benefit in worrying whatsoever.”

“The way to change others' minds is with affection, and not anger.”

“Man surprised me most about humanity.Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”

“There is only one important point you must keep in your mind and let it be your guide. No matter what people call you, you are just who you are. Keep to this truth. You must ask yourself how is it you want to live your life. We live and we die, this is the truth that we can only face alone. No one can help us, not even the Buddha. So consider carefully, what prevents you from living the way you want to live your life?”

Of all, I love the last quote. It's my life and I should get to dictate what I want to do and how I should live my life...

I realised I have changed tremendously, the old me and the new me is totally different. Is it a good thing? I hope so ;)

I love all of you! Have a great day ahead.

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Thursday, 22 November 2012

Temple

Mum and dad has been pestering me to bring them to Cheras to attend an event organised by a Chinese temple.

Because I'm very filial, *coughs* So I ended up stranded in two hours jam at Federal Highway.

As if the jam is not bad enough, the event is actually a dinner in the field.. Okay.. I'm not trying to be ATAS but it's a GOD DAMN MUDDY FIELD!!!


Don't complain, its a charity event organised by temple right, its an honourable thing to do k..

Sat down, ordered a can of beer to bring back my senses.

More bad news, its actually a political event with speeches being given by random people. Kena con 9 9.

Poof!

Fine after all I get to enjoy 8 course meal in a muddy field k.


Free mud spa treatment and blood donation to the mosquitoes. ;)

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012

My first 10km marathon!

Last weekend I was in Penang for the Penang Bridge Marathon.

Thank god my gf who arrived a day earlier had collected the running pack on behalf of us! Xie xie love!


Aasics bag.


The contents in the bag. The only useful thing that I managed to pick out is the 25% discount voucher on aasics product, of course not forgetting the jersey! ;)

The marathon starts at 6.30 am but the concierge said the free shuttle will depart from the hotel at 4 am, which means I had to get up at 3.30 am in order to board the free shuttle to Eastin Hotel. I was alone then as all my friends had signed up for the 21 km marathon.

As most of the roads were closed down for the run, the shuttle stopped us 1 km away from the starting point and I had to walk my way there.. Zzzzzz

As I was walking, I heard a group of girls started cheering at the runner. Apparently participants for full marathon had completed their run. I looked at my watch and it showed 4.30 am. Holy shit which means their timing is approximately 2 and a half hour to complete 40 km run!!

So I began to walk up and down the streets without knowing where to head to. Then I walked passed this kopitiam and saw a lot people having their breakfast in there. Not knowing if I should take light meal before the run, I enquired in the group chat. Surprisingly there were few souls who were still wide awake at the wee hours of the morning. Lol.

They said I should and sent me some really cute picture which somehow or rather cheered my gloomy morning.


Hahahhaah cute isn't it? I listened to their advice, took a seat in the kopitiam, ordered a hot Milo drink. I began to fish out my cash from my waist pouch and realised I only had RM5 with me!!! I remembered pulling out a RM50 note from my wallet before leaving the room. Turns out that I made a blunder, it was a RM5. ;/


So I ended up having this meal as my brekkie, leaving behind 50 cents as balance! Hahahah.

Its okay!! And so at 6.15 am I heard a man making announcement through loud hailer that all runners for 10 km will have to gather behind the starting line. I duly made my way there. I was so nervous and I could hardly breathe from the anxiety. And they were playing "Oppa Gangnam Style" from the console. LOL. "Heyyyy sexy lady... Op op op op..."

The gun was fired and the race begun. I started with slow jog, less than 5 minutes, I had stitch attack on my right waist. ;/ (must be the half boiled eggs and the milo's fault). I tried to run but couldn't so I ended up walking for the first 2 km.

Gradually my feet could move faster without feeling any pain, so I started jogging for the next 5 km non stop. And I alternated between jogging and walking for the last 2.5 km. I wanted to give up at 8 km... my knee hurts. Thank god Ann called me and somehow or rather that call gave me some strength to continue running. She said she will be waiting for me at the finishing line and asked me to run at the far left of the road. I thought her intention was to say "hello" to me.


Then I realised she actually wanted to snap a picture of me running so that I can keep as remembrance hahahahha.

And I did it!


I completed my 10 km run and she completed 21 km run!


And this is my noob timing! Hahaha I shall improve on it. Marathon is fun!!! It gives me a good sense of achievement.


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Monday, 12 November 2012

Happy Deepavali

Hello, it's public holiday tomorrow and I'm blogging from my bed. Most of the people that I know is out right now, except for me. ;(

Hahhaha well, few of my friends had asked me out, just that I feel like resting at home. I'm the anti-social ones here.

I could hear the sounds of firecrackers from my room!! It must be very fun out there. Don't worry because it's a holiday tomorrow I wouldn't ring the police to complain. Lol! (Last year I actually called the police to complain! Hahaha)

Happy Deepavali!!!


Had the cheapest seafood ever in Kuala Selangor.

11 dishes for just RM287! There were lalas, crabs, prawns, fish, veges, sihams, noodles, squids.. and few more that I can't really remember..

I wouldn't mind going back to the same place again.. Boleh jadi kawan. ;)

Good night friends! I love you! Muahhhh..

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Thursday, 8 November 2012

Buy me time

I've been so busy lately.. Feels that "time is no enough".

So many deadlines, be it work or assignments.. Basically my "engine" is switched on from 6.30 am till 11 pm, constantly thinking and doing work..

;/

No life..

Last week I've been assigned by my boss to deliver a talk on the latest amendments to our criminal procedure law in Nilai. It was a great experience and I enjoyed it! Perhaps I could change profession to be a lecturer in the future!! Sounds good right. Haha.

There will be another talk coming soon in Port Dickson!! Yayy more claims, more money, sooner it is I can buy an Ipad.

;))