Wednesday, December 31, 2008

.: Hot & Cold ; Up & Down :.

Cause you're hot then you're cold
You're yes then you're no
You're in then you're out
You're up and
you're down
-Kate Perry : Hot & Cold-

This is exactly how I'm feeling right now.

No, not suffering from hot flushes from PMS (I'm no due for PMS just yet).

And no, it's not about my relationship with JC.

As a matter of fact, it's about my relationship with MYSELF.

I just find that I'm in this IN BETWEEN stage, in particular - of my age. On one hand, I feel that I'm still young, and should still be having fun. But on the other hand, I'm shoved with "adults" responsibilities, especially in terms of my career. I know that being a qualified accountant at this age is no big of a deal, but when I look around me, and realise that there are others my age who are barely there, and those at my position are in their early 30s, I wonder if I'm really good at what I do to be where I'm right now.

And I feel that if I have progressed this much in term of my career, what about the other aspect of my life? Should it not be progressing at that pace too, so that I can progress overall? Again, on one hand, I want to - push on, so that the other aspect of my life can catch up with this, but on the other hand - I'm not sure if I'm able to cope.

Well, as JC & I continue to plan for our future, we know that ultimately, it is all in God's hands.

In his heart a man plans his course,
but the LORD determines his steps.
Proverbs 16:9

Dear Lord,

We commit all our plans into Your hands, as only You know what is best for us.
We pray that You continue to guide us along this journey, and that Your mighty plan will unravel itself. Let You will be done, not ours. Give us what we need, not what we want.

We pray Lord, for continueos wisdom in decisions we are about to make and take. And courage to overcome problems and challanges along the way.


Friday, December 26, 2008

.: Adios 2008, Hola 2009 :.

It's that time of the year again.
The period where people take time off to reflect on the events for the past year.
And of course, many would look forward to starting the New Year afresh.

For me, as I look back, pretty much a lot that has change.
Whether it's within my surrounding environment or myself.

All that is gold does not glitter,
not all those who wander are lost.
-JRR Tollkien-

Went overseas twice this year.
One to Beijing, China in May (right before the Beijing Olympics) with my family.
And the other to Sydney, Australia in June with JC.
Was really a good opportunity for me to see what's the world like beyond Malaysia (Yes, I’m live under the coconut shell and have never really gotten the chance to travel much).
Got to experience snow in China (according to the tour guide, it rarely snows), bargaining in my half-past-six Mandarin, enjoy the scenic views of Blue Mountains (backpacked there), spelunking in Jenolan Caves, touch the blue Pacific Ocean ….
But all this traveling and wandering, it just made me realize something – that there’s indeed no place like home!

Bad luck comes in threes
-Old superstition-

Had a series of car incidents this year.
One, my bro's car battery die-ed (while I was driving his car)
Two, my car battery die-ed (coz I was too excited to play COD4, I forgot to switch of my headlights and left it running for 4 hours plus)
Three, my car back wheel tire punctured (while on the way to JC's house)
All this within a span of three months.
Thank goodness for Lonpac!

If I were a boy, even just for a day
-Beyonce Knowles-

Learned to play COD4 (Call Of Duty 4) with the big bad boyz - thanks to Sifu Drew & Sifu SJian.
Manage to kick some of the dudes' a$$, something which I'm absolutely proud of!
And just recently, had a try at Left 4 Dead, another online multiplayer game, but still have not gotten the hang of it. Practise makes (close to) perfect right? :)
Yes, I may scream like a girl!
But this is one girl with an attitude!

Change; we don’t like it, we fear it, but we can't stop it from coming. We either adapt to change or we get left behind. And it hurts to grow, anybody who tells you it doesn’t is lying. But heres the truth: the more things change, the more they stay the same. And sometimes, oh, sometimes change is good. Oh, sometimes, change is ... everything.
-Grey’s Anotomy-

Elections back in April made a tidal change for Malaysia.
Barisan lost the two-thirds majority, which they have had since independence back in 1957.
And I was part of the 10.4 million registered Malaysian voters who voted on that day.
My very first vote cast! :)
Months later, in the USA, an unprecedented moment, where the first African-American, Barack Obama from the Democrat Party, was elected the 44th President of United States.

My favourite (and only) brother left to complete his final year in Stradclyde, Scotland. A place where men wears skirts (kilts – whatever, it looks the same to me *wink*). He will be back somewhere late June or early July next year – so it’s our family first Christmas & CNY without him.
Qianhui left for the USA under a student travel and work programme, leaving me Tigger-less for 5 months, but now, my Tigger is back! Yay!
Aunty Janet from SLS with her family migrated to Melbourne, Aus.
Aunty Mandy and kids returned back to UK.
Angelia, my best friend whom I've known for almost a decade, is also migrating to Aus mid Jan next year. We have shared a lot – from studying PMR together, to playing mahjongs, to insulting men’s intelligence (or more correctly; the lack of it), to arguing if “rubber” is the right word to use. I’m really going to miss her, knowing I can’t conveniently call her as and when I like. But I know that our friendship will truly stand the test of time and distance!

The Earth is full of the goodness of the Lord
-Psalm 33:5-

I have officially passed my EE & ICAEW.
It’s truly been God’s grace that I was given the opportunity to do the EE programme.
And it was His grace too that I manage to pass my final ICAEW paper.
I’m also now promoted to Accountant in the Group, I think being the youngest here.
There were a lot of challenges I’ve faced this year, in terms of physical, emotional and spiritual. But I believe that God has been with me throughout the whole ordeal, never letting me go, when I felt like giving up.
Indeed, God has blessed me with all his goodness!

Employ thy time well, if thou meanest to gain leisure.
-Benjamin Franklin-

Been reading a couple of good books of late. To just list a few – P/S I Love You (Cecelia Aherns), Blue Eyed Devil (Lisa Kleypas), Message In The Bottle (Nicholas Sparks), Saving Fish From Drowning (Amy Tan), To Kill A Mockingbird (Harper Lee). But to pick my favorite read for the year, I would have to say Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern. I really enjoyed it so much that I actually read it twice!

Also, there have been quite a number of great movies this year.
I’m utterly impressed with the late Heath Ledger’s performance as The Joker in Dark Knight.
I also adore the antics of cute lil Po, the Panda in Kung Fu Panda.
I’ve enjoyed and tapped my feet to the musical of Mamma Mia bringing back the good ol’ Abba hits.
And I laugh so hard at Rhino’s character (a hamster with an attitude) in Bolt.

Adventures locally include my very first hiking trip to FRIM (Forest Research Institute Malaysia), where I screamed my head off when I realize I had a leech on my leg.
Another screaming adventure would be taking the Space Shot in Genting Theme Park, being dropped 183 feet above the ground at free fall speed.
Visit to Kuala Selangor, to see a breathtaking natural wonder - fireflies.
I love meeting up with old friends, even though the organising part is havoc (I'm usually the one organising it), but looking back, it's all worth while.
Have been continuing or monthly/bi-monthly meet up with SJian, Jes & Drew, as what we have been doing since last year.
Also have been catching up with Fei, Xiao, Suk, Ser & Qian.
Biggest gathering so far was done just last week with the ex 5 Bataians, at Marche, The Curve.
Those who came include myself (of course) Qian, Ting, Drew, SJian, Ching, EWei, Steph, Rach, Dinah, Jeev, DHui, WLi, Nick. A couple of good news about engagements & weddings coming up (to be revealed later!). Indeed, most of us, tho look the same in many ways, have really grown up! :)

Indeed, 2008 has brings lots of ups and downs.
But one can not and should not dwell in the past, let memories be memories, and to look forward to a wonderful new year ahead! :)

Adios 2008!

Hola 2009!

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year 2009!~

.: I C U P :.

Creative toilets & urinals!

Oh look-ey here! What have we got?
Lady 1 : *giggles*
Lday 2 : Kodak moments!
Lady 3 : Soooo tiny?
Lady 4 : Whoooaa!

Lady 5 : I'm cutting that one off!

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

.: Tired :.

"I'm really tired of falling short of everyone's standards,
including myself"

.: Madagascar + Bolt :.

Madagascar was go0o0o0o0od....

But Bolt was wayyyyyyyyyyyy better! :)
It's soooo be-awwwwwwwsome.......

I was laughing out loud like mad on the antics of Bolt's unofficial sidekick - Rhino!

So darn funny! :)

Monday, December 22, 2008

.: Introducing : Pinky & The Brain :.

"Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?"
Uh, I think so, Brain, but balancing a family and a career ... ooh, it's all too much for me.

They're Pinky and The Brain
Yes, Pinky and The Brain
One is a genius
The other's insane.
They're laboratory mice
Their genes have been spliced
They're dinky
They're Pinky and The Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain
Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain

Before each night is done
Their plan will be unfurled
By the dawning of the sun
They'll take over the world.

They're Pinky and The Brain
Yes, Pinky and The Brain
Their twilight campaign
Is easy to explain.
To prove their mousey worth
They'll overthrow the Earth
They're dinky
They're Pinky and The Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain
Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain
I love to watch this animation when I was a kid. Wonder why are they not playing it again now?

.: Good Samaritian, Bad Reward :.

What has the world come to, when genuine nice people tries to help and they get slapped with a sue!~

LOS ANGELES – Proving that no good deed goes unpunished, the state's high court on Thursday said a would-be Good Samaritan accused of rendering her friend paraplegic by pulling her from a wrecked car "like a rag doll" can be sued.

California's Supreme Court ruled that the state's Good Samaritan law only protects people from liability if the are administering emergency medical care, and that Lisa Torti's attempted rescue of her friend didn't qualify.

Justice Carlos Moreno wrote for a unanimous court that a person is not obligated to come to someone's aid.

"If, however, a person elects to come to someone's aid, he or she has a duty to exercise due care," he wrote.

Torti had argued that she should still be protected from a lawsuit because she was giving "medical care" when she pulled her friend from a car wreck.

Alexandra Van Horn was in the front passenger seat of a car that slammed into a light pole at 45 mph on Nov. 1, 2004, according to her negligence lawsuit.

Torti was a passenger in a car that was following behind the vehicle and stopped after the crash. Torti said when she came across the wreck she feared the car was going to explode and pulled Van Horn out. Van Horn testified that Torti pulled her out of the wreckage "like a rag doll." Van Horn blamed her friend for her paralysis.

Whether Torti is ultimately liable is still to be determined, but Van Horn's lawsuit can go forward, the Supreme Court ruled.

Beverly Hills lawyer Robert Hutchinson, who represented Van Horn, said he's pleased with the ruling.

Torti's attorney, Ronald Kent, of Los Angeles didn't immediately return a telephone call.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

.: Row,Row, Row Your Boat :.

Row, row, row your boat,

Gently down the stream,

If you see a crocodile,

Don't forget to scream!


= Mr Bean : The Ultimate Disaster Movie =


Super cuteness!~ :)

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

.: As Random As I Can Get (Part II) :.


Surfing mindlessly while chewing on my guava.

Procrastinating on completing my ACCA membership application & ICAEW WBL questions.

Listening to MP3s.

Senior class president
She must be heaven sent
She was never the last one standing
A backseat debutaunt
Everything that you want
Never to harsh or too demanding
Maybe I'll admit it
I'm a little bitter
Everybody loves her
but I just wanna hate her
-Saving Jane : The Girl Next Door

I finally found someone who knocks me off my feet
I finally found someone who makes me feel complete
-Barbara Streisand & Bryan Adams : I've Finally Found Someone-

I'm tired of hiding
Behind this lying eyes
How I'm tired of this smile
That even I don't recognise
-The Wreckers : The Good Kind

Even the best fall down sometimes
Even the stars refuse to shine
Out of the back you fall in time
I somehow find
You and I collide

Even the best fall down sometimes
Even the wrong words seem to ryhme
Out of the doubt that fills your mind
You finally find
You and I collide
-Howie Day : Collide-

To be a joke and look,
Another line without a hook.
I held you close as we both shook.
For the last time,
Take a good hard look!
-My Chemical Romance : I'm Not OK-

Look what surrounds you now
More than you ever dreamed
Have you forgotten just how hard it used to be
-Hoobastank : If I Were You-

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

.: It's So Complicated... :.

….that she couldn't even spell complicated right.

That is life isn't it?

Sometimes, it is not as straightforward as we like it to be.

Sometimes, it is not always just black or white.

Rather, it is shades of grey.

Sometimes we defy logic,

And disregard reasoning.

And ignore sense.

And we end up confused over our choices and feelings.

Indeed, life is complicated,
not only for you,
for me,
but for everyone else……

Sunday, December 14, 2008

.: Friday, 13 minus 1 :.

For the first time,

I'm so NOT looking forward to Friday (12 December 2008)....

Dread results day. Absolutely dread it!

1.01am Malaysian time


(1352842) ASCS - 68 P Congrats!

*For more info -*
Praise the Lord! :)

Friday, December 12, 2008

.: As Random As I Can Get :.

Random lyrics from my Mp3s :)

Maybe I don't have the blonde hair you like,
Maybe I don't have eyes like the sky,
And I'm not sure if I'm the girl of your dreams,
But I can show you what love means.
-M2M : Girl Of Your Dreams-

You will see one day
I'm here to stay
Hold your hand to me
We will find a way
-Juliet The Orange : Eyelashes-

I rather have bad times with you,
Than good times with someone else,
I rather be beside you in a storm,
Than safe and warm by myself,
I rather have hard times together,
Than to have it easy apart,
I rather have the one who holds my heart.
-Luther Vangross : I Rather-

People are all the same
And we only get judged by what we do
Personality prefixs name
And if I'm ugly, then so are you.
-Sugarbabes : Ugly-

Someday we'll know
Why Samson loved Delilah
One day I'll go
Dancing on the moon
Someday you'll know why I wasn't meant for you
I want to take you to the end of the rainbow
Watch the stars crash in the sea
If I could ask God just one question
Why aren't you here with me tonight?
-Mandy Moore : Someday We'll Know-

I tear my heart open
I sew myself shut
My weakness that I care too much
My scars remind me that my past is real
I tear my heart open
Just to feel
-Papa Roach : Scars-

.: Never Let Go :.

Some years ago, on a hot summer day in South Florida , a little boy decided to go for a swim in the old swimming hole behind his house. In a hurry to dive into the cool water, he ran out the back door, leaving behind shoes, socks, and shirt as he went. He flew into the water, not realizing that as he swam toward the middle of the lake, an alligator was swimming toward the shore.

His father, working in the yard, saw the two as they got closer and cl oser together. In utter fear, he ran toward the water, yelling to his son as loudly as he could.

Hearing his voice, the little boy became alarmed and made a U-turn to swim to his father. It was too late. Just as he reached his father, the alligator reached him.

From the dock, the father grabbed his little boy by the arms just as the alligator snatched his legs. That began an incredible tug-of-war between the two.

The alligator was much stronger than the father, but the father was much too passionate to let go.

A farmer happened to drive by, heard his screams, raced from his truck, took aim and shot the alligator.

Remarkably, after weeks and weeks in the hospital, the little boy survived. His legs were extremely scarred by the vicious attack of the animal. And, on his arms, were deep scratches where his father's fingernails dug into his flesh in his effort to hang on to the son he loved.

The newspaper reporter who interviewed the boy after the trauma, asked if he would show him his scars. The boy lifted his pant legs. And then, with obvious pride, he said to the reporter, 'But look at my arms. I have great scars on my arms, too. I have them because my Dad wouldn't let go.'

You and I can identify with that little boy. We have scars, too. No, not from an alligator, but the scars of a painful past. Some of those scars are unsightly and have caused us deep regret. But, some wounds, my friend, are because God has refused to let go. In the midst of your struggle, He's been there holding on to you.

The Scripture teaches that God loves you. You are a child of God. He wants to protect you and provide for you in every way . But sometimes we foolishly wade into dangerous situations, not knowing what lies ahead. The swimming hole of life is filled with peril - and we forget that the enemy is waiting to attack. That's when the tug-of-war begins - and if you have the scars of His l ove on your arms, be very, very grateful. He did not and will not ever let you go.

Please share this to those you love. God has blessed you, so that you can be a blessing to others. You just never know where a person is in his/her life and what they are going through. Never judge another person's scars, because you don't know how they got them. Also, it is so important that we are not selfish, to receive the blessings of these messages, without forwarding them to someone else.

Right now, someone needs to know that God loves them, and you love them, too - enough to not let them go.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

.: Five Language Of Love :.

I feel loved when...

The Five Love Languages

My Primary Love Language is Physical Touch

My Detailed Results:

Physical Touch: 10
Quality Time: 9
Acts of Service: 5
Receiving Gifts: 3
Words of Affirmation: 3

Take the Quiz!

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

.: Losing Battle :.

Listening to : Aku Cinta Padamu (Siti Norhaliza *correction "Datuk Siti Norhaliza"*)
Time : 1.09 pm
Place : Office (Wisma Hong Leong)
Currently feeling : Melancholy
Currently need : A big, comforting hug to tell me everything will be alright

Will everything really be alright in the end?

I feel like it's just me against the world.
And it is a losing battle......

Listening to : Stop & Stare (One Republic)
Time : 1.13 pm
Place : Office (Wisma Hong Leong)
Currently feeling : More melancholy than ever
Currently need : A desperate need for big, comforting hug to tell me everything will be alright

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

.: Are You Smarter Than A 6 Year Old? :.

The things kids know nowadays really amazes me.

My 6 year old cousin, Eric, came down from Malacca with his parents, my poh-poh & Koh Ling for the long weekend.

The usually shy-hiding-behind-mummy cousin of mine turned into this chatter-box machine (which I believe is secretly being run by some super-still-in-the-experimental-stage Energiser batteries).

Anyways, he was going on and on about everything - from his school to his friends to everything around Tengkera (which is where his maternal grandma lives) to the magic show performed by four magician in his school (which is all "tipu one, except for they guy with a short pencil" *it's not easy to impress this kiddo now with any magic tricks*).

And he loved giving "teka-teki" (riddles). I tell you, he literally memorises everything in his "kamus" which I would think is a mini encyclopedia (judging from his description on how thick his kamus is *thank goodness it's only a mini one*). And his riddles ranges from the human anatomy to animals to planets to landmarks of Malaysia. And the landmarks has to be specifically mentioned in his mini encyclopedia, if not, your answer is WRONG.

And he goes on and on and on ..... and he never feels tired one lil bit!

I mean, this dude is like on sugar high, constantly.

Even my grandma commented "Eric, are you not tired talking and talking and talking. Even listening to you talk non stops makes me tired." :)

And, the cutest thing about him is his "rojak" vocabulary. He can switch from English to Malay in a sentence. And it's not just one word, it's like rojak phrases.

And his Malay (like all Peranakans) are flawless, that, if you did not see who the speaker was, you would think it's a Malay boy talking.

So there I was, being put under the spotlight, trying to answer the constant questions he throws out out of the blue.

I feel like I'm in a "Are You Smarter Than A Six Year Old" game show.

Anyways, at least I got this part right (which was not updated in his mini encyclopedia) - there are only 8 planets left *switch to nerd mode* as Pluto is no longer classified as a planet since 2006, but now reclassified as dwarf planet under the Kuiper Belt *switch off nerd mode*

When asked what is the 3rd planet from the Sun, and JC answered "Mars", Eric quickly interjected and answered "Nolah *slaps forehead with a big grin*, it's Earth la, haiyoh!"

Clever boy! :)

P/S : Not all his knowledge was obtained from this mini encyclopedia or taught in school or his parents, but from watching TV9 (he really impressed me by identifying a Sphinx). Oh ya, and he's a walking TV programme guide too (for relevant cartoons only).

Friday, December 5, 2008

.: Being 23 :.

I'm 23.

Such a painful reminder that not only am I not getting any younger, I'm getting so much older! :(

Anyways, big big thanks to JC for bringing me out to Jogoya for my birthday dinner & special chocolates! :) *hugz & kisses*

Also, big thanks to well wishes from loved ones! :)

Monday, December 1, 2008

.: Fireflies :.

Nature's idea of flickering lights (like those hung on commercial Christmas trees) - fireflies!

Absolutely beautiful & breathtaking!

Thanks JC for bringing me to see the fireflies in Kuala S'gor on Sunday :)

.: December Babies :.

All December babes & dudes, put your hands in the ayer!~

It's your MONTH of celebration!~

Dec 1 = Joanna Sia / Aunty Doreen
Dec 2 = Kian Tong
Dec 3 = Gayathri
Dec 4 = Kathlynn (me!me!me!) :)
Dec 5 = Pei Yin / Rachel Thong / Sheal
Dec 6 = Yee Nee
Dec 7 = Boon Pin
Dec 8 = Yee Yang
Dec 9 = David Khaw
Dec 10 = Nisha
Dec 12 = Connie / Fiona Lee
Dec 13 = K Jin / Joey Soon
Dec 14 = Zhen Yi
Dec 15 = Chia Ean
Dec 17 = Chia Huei / Evelyn Lim
Dec 18 = Yin
Dec 19 = Tse-Juie / Li Ping
Dec 20 = Lucas Choong
Dec 22 = Qianhui
Dec 23 = Keng Seng
Dec 24 = Olivia
Dec 25 = Nickerson
Dec 26 = Kah Yee / Sereen Teoh / Shen-Lynn / Aunty Lian
Dec 27 = Matthew Yong / Aunty Wee Gwek / Ching Fatt
Dec 28 = Sanjeev / Swee Ying
Dec 29 = JC / Charlotte Yap
Dec 30 = Lynn Yee / Melisa Chong / Nicholas Wong
Dec 31 = Shu Hiong / En Ruey / Licia

Happy birthday all!~ :)

Sunday, November 30, 2008

.: Dad-dy :.

I was asking a colleague of mine how come his surname is Chua or Chwa (as he seems to have used it interchangable).
And his reply (via email) was:

Nov 28, 2.41pm

I think should be interchangeable:

Chua – my ancestor/granddad’s surname
Chwa – my daddy’s surname

Nov 28, 2.49pm funny - you refer to your dad as "daddy"

Last time I told my colleague "my daddy is pickin me up" they laugh at me coz I still use the word daddy!~

Looks like I'm not the only one :)

Haha :)

To which he replied....

Nov 28, 2.52pm

I think daddy should be the correct word right? How do you call your father when you are still a small girl?

Daddy right?

So as you grow older then you get lazier and you drop the “dy” and you call Dad. That’s the story ok….


Such a nice story!~ :)

By the way, this colleague of mine is late-30s /early-40s, daddy of two ... *wink*

Friday, November 28, 2008

.: Saving Fish From Drowning :.

A pious man explained to his followers: "It is evil to take lives and noble to save them. Each day I pledge to save a hundred lives. I drop my net in the lake and scoop out a hundred fishes. I place the fishes on the bank, where they flop and twirl. 'Don't be scared,' I tell those fishes. 'I am saving you from drowning.' Soon enough, the fishes grow calm and lie still. Yet, sad to say, I am always too late. The fishes expire. And because it is evil to waste anything, I take those dead fishes to market and I sell them for a good price. With the money I receive, I buy more nets so I can save more fishes."

By chance, I found this book on one of the "unsorted books" rack in the National library a couple of weeks back.

And I thought to myself, another Amy Tan's chinese-cultural genre book again [after having read her The Joy Luck Club (one of my all time favourite) , Bonesetter Daughters & Kitchen God Wife].

I checked-out the book, and as I sank my hands into it, I realise that it's not something you typically would expect from Amy Tan (at one point I actually wondered if it was the same Amy Tan).

----- to be updated ---------

p/s : I can't get hold of Eat, Pray, Love (since I no longer go to Sunway's library) - maybe will hang out @ Borders. *wink*

.: Currently... :.

Currently feeling : Irritated, but extremely glad it's the weekends soon
Currently listening to : Texas - Say What You Want
Currently eating : RM1 papaya slice
Currently doing : Making KayzLee unclog toilets (via facebook "Friends For Sale")


Like always, I'm looking forward to this weekend :)

Thursday, November 27, 2008

.: Thanks :.

Big thanks to Jes & SJian for early birthday dinner! :)

Friday, November 21, 2008

.: YoGa :.

Sun Salutation

I went for my first yoga class yesterday.

And now my whole body is aching.

But I love it! :)

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

.: Cuteness :.

Monday, November 17, 2008

.: Fairytales :.

You know how when you were a little kid and you believed in fairy tales, that fantasy of what your life would be, white dress, prince charming who would carry you away to a castle on a hill. You would lie in bed at night and close your eyes and you had complete and utter faith. Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Prince Charming, they were so close you could taste them, but eventually you grow up, one day you open your eyes and the fairy tale disappears. Most people turn to the things and people they can trust. But the thing is its hard to let go of that fairy tale entirely cause almost everyone has that smallest bit of hope, of faith, that one day they will open their eyes and it will come true.

- Grey's Anatomy-

.: Piglet :.


I've found my Wamu!~ [click here to find out what a Wamu is *tsk,tsk,tsk - how can you not know!?*]

Ok, fine, so it's just Wilbur the spring piglet (not to be confused with a spring chicken) from Charlotte's Web. Though this movie was shown in late 2006, I've only gotten around to watch it last weekend on DVD.

So, when I asked JC if he would get me this Wamu, he coolly replied (as if already carefully rehearsed) "Ok, but you must ask Mummy first...."

Now.... how do I convince my mum to allow me to get a pet piglet? Will "Mummy, I want a lil bro or sis to play with coz I'm lonely" works?
No harm trying I guess....

.: I Believe ... :.

I believe the most attractive features are your heart and soul...

Well, many says that beauty is only skin deep.

And one should not judge a book by its cover.

There is really more to beauty than a flawless face……

or a beautiful body…..

No, this is not something "ugly people" says to consol themselves

But there's no denying that there are many (if not all) of us who, to a certain extend, judge another by their appearance.

But look beyond all that, deep into the heart and soul of that someone, and you'd realise that there are something more beautiful than what meets the eyes.

Afterall, these things will fade away - with the passing of time

or death,

but what remains forever is

your true eternal beauty -

your heart & soul……

Thursday, November 13, 2008

.: I Believe ... :.

I believe that trust is more important than monogamy...

Trust : Firm reliance on the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing.

Monogamy : The practice or condition of having a single sexual partner during a period of time.

I was watching Oprah the other day, and they were doing a show on monogamy. There's this small town in USA that practices polygamy.

It's absolutely bizzare when she interviewed a man and his three wives (of which two are sisters) and they seem to be as happy (even much happier than a "normal" family). I can't seem to understand how all three can live under one roof, married to the same man, and have minimal (or no) conflicts at all. Just watch one episod of ANTM and you will understand why it is impossible to have two or more woman after the same thing.

Anyways, I'm absolutely agaisnt polygamy.

How can you trust a man who says you're the love of his life, only to have him in the bed of his 2nd, 3rd or even 4th wife the very next day?


Monday, November 10, 2008

.: What's Next? :.

I started off straight (I meant my hair *tsk,tsk..Yin, what were you thinking*)

Then decided to go curly....

Then changes to crop short...

So what next?

Blonde!?! :)

.: Words Redefined :.

I bumped across this in BK's blog, and it looks kinda cool, so I though I give it a try! A lil lame & a lil crude I know, but that's me!~ :)

Go to and type in your answer to each question in the search box, then write the FIRST definition it gives you. [Original answers in brackets]

i) Your name?
Kathlyn is drop-dead gorgeous and I wish I was as amazing as her. [Kathlynn]

ii) Your age?
Slang term used for women to let you know they are prostitutes. [22]

iii) One of your friends?
In FFXI, Yin is a deity, garnering a large following of believers and an established Church doctrine. [Yin]

iv) What should you be doing?
A term to describe the tedious and boring indentured servitude that most people are forced to endure to get money. Generally, not a pleasant experience. [Working]

v) Favorite color?
The hue of the portion of the visible spectrum lying between green and indigo, evoked in a human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 420 to 490 nanometers. [Blue]

vi) Hometown?
The country where education is very highly politicised.Also a country where Malays are literaly spoonfed from their moment of their birth up to their deaths.Even if you are the no.1 student in Malaysia,you won't get a place in a public university of your choice if you are not a Malay.A Malay can beat you to the seat even if he's a freakin' retard.That is guaranteed.

Friendly?Yes.Non-racist?Not always so. [Malaysia]

vii) Month of your birthday?
The month in which the hottest women are born. [December]

viii) Last person you talked to?
A person who uses the services of a prostitute. [John]

ix) What did you last eat?
The Cuban word for vagina. [Papaya]

x) Your nickname?
Every group of friends has a 'pooh bear' or 'pooh' for short. He is the slightly round, funny guy that is the life of the party. Always ready to party and comes equipped with funny one liners and fun facts. They may or may not like honey, not required, but definitely likes to drink. Usually have some crazy hair or bald to accompany roundness and encourage comparisons to 'pooh bear'. [Pooh Bear]

.: Chocolate :.

Anything with chocolate are my absolute favourite, so I couldn't help but melt when JC baked for me a rich chocolate cake with an even richer chocolate topping yesterday!~

Oh happiness!~

Sunday, November 9, 2008

.: City Of Angel :.

One angel.

One mortal.

Their paths crossed.

He gave up his power to be human,

so that he can smell,



and love....

...only to experience the greatest pain ever - losing the love of his life.

When he was asked "If you knew what was going to happen, would you still have done it? Was it worth it?"

He answered "I would rather have had one breath of her hair, one kiss from her mouth, one touch of her hand, than eternity without it. One."


.: Movies I Want To Watch :.

List of movies that I will watch (in no particular order of favourite) :

(1) You've Got Mail (again) (watched as at 19/2/07)

(2) My Best Friend's Wedding (again)

(3) The Wedding Singer

(4) Notthing Hill (watched as at 22/6/06)

(5) When Harry Met Sally

(6) Four Weddings and A Funeral

(7) Sleepless in Seattle (again)

(8) Addicted To Love (again)

(9) French Kiss (again)

(10) 10 Things I Hate About You (watched as at 20/6/06)

(11) Casablanca (again)

(12) The Runaway Bride

(13) Pretty Woman

(14) Jerry Maguire

(15) An Affair To Remember (watched as at 19/6/09)

(16) My Fair Lady (watched as at 16/6/06)

(17) Breakfast In Tiffany's (watched as at 5/8/06)

(18) Love Story

(19) The Godfather (Part I, II & III) (watched as at 19/2/07)

(20) The Philadelphia Story

(21) Little Women (again)

(22) The Joy Luck Club (again)

(23) Titanic (again)

(24) Gone With The Wind

(25) Forest Gump (again)

(26) The Sixth Sense (again)

(27) Wuthering Heights

(28) The Silence Of The Lamb (watched as at 7/11/08)

(29) Groundhog Day (again)

(30) While You Were Sleeping (again)

(31) The Way We Were

(32) Pride & Prejudice (1940's version - again)

(33) The Shop Around The Corner

(34) Fatal Attraction

(35) Clueless

(36) The English Patient (again)

(37) As Good As It Gets (again)

(38) Ever After (again)

(39) Never Been Kissed (again) (watched as at 26/6/06)

(40) Chocolat

(41) City Of Angels (again) (watched as at 7/11/08)

(42) Moulin Rouge (again)

(43) La Dolce Vita

(44) Love Actually

(45) Big Daddy (again) (watched as at 4/4/09)

(46) The Bachelor (again)

(47) The Tigger Movie (again)

(48) At First Sight (again)

(49) Meet The Parents (again)

(50) Parents Trap (again) (watched as at 22/12/06)

(51) Shakespears In Love (again)

(52) Romeo & Juliet (watched as at 11/7/06)

(53) The Wedding Planner (watched as at 28/12/06)

(54) Shall We Dance

(55) American Sweetheart (watched as at 15/7/06)

(56) Sweet Home Alabama (again) (watched as at 4/10/06)

(57) Serendipity (watched as at 3/10/06)

(58) Raising Helen (watched as at 4/10/06)

(59) A Walk To Remember (again)

(60) Message In The Bottle

(61) The Notebook (watched as at 09/12/07)

(62) Intolerable Cruelty (again)

----> to be updated as & when necessary *wink* <----

Thursday, November 6, 2008

.: Serenity :.

I'm feeling so down over my 4 hours exam paper yesterday.
Just felt that I've screwed up real bad.
In a way, I'm not angry at myself for it was the best effort I have put it, and I would have not have done it any other way.
It wasn't a difficult paper, to be honest…
Sigh, I just didn't "click" with the question the way I should.
Results will be out on the 12th December.

If I pass, it would be God's grace
If I fail, it would be God's plan

So now, I'm just praying for the serenity to accept the things that I know I could not change.

Friday, October 31, 2008

.: 4am :.

That's the time I slept last night.

And no. It wasn't becoz I was burning midnight-oil studying.

I had a mild insomia.

And I ran out of books for my light night reading.

And no, I wasn't that desprate to read my ICAEW books!~

So there I was, staring at the ceiling. Didn't really know what to do. So I asked myself - who would be awake at this ungodly hour?

I immediately dialled Yin's number on my handphone.

She never fails to be awake at such hour.

My hunch was right as she perkily answered her phone. Try calling her at 12pm in the afternoon and all you can get out from her is a few grunts of uh-huhs, usually ending in a few seconds when she says "I'm not awake yet!". (Yes, she's a confirmed nocturnal animal!)

Anyhows, there we were, chatting bout everything that we could think of - from the latest episode of Grey's Anatomy, to how many biological & non-biological children that Angelina Jolie now has now, to how one of the contestant in ANTM looks so like her (as in Jolie not Yin), to over-clingy gf of a friend, to the world's current economy state. Yin tried to steer the conversation into M'sian politics - but I refuse to discuss about that (coz I find the M'sian politician super childish - and quite frankly, I don't give a rat's ar$e on who is doing what or who is doing who anymore).

Anyways, after RM10 of my phone bill worth of call - I went to sleep.

Woke up the next morning, reached for my handphone, and dialled JC's number.
The phone rang, someone on the other end picked up, but said nothing.

Then I woke up from that dream.

And so I reached for my handphone, dialled JC's number - it rang, someone picked up, but no reply.

And then I woke up from that dream. For real this time.

Weird. But I've been having really weird dreams recently - possible due to exam stress. I dreamt I was chasing someone (vaguely remember who tho), and minutes later, I was being chased by a bear (not your friendly Winnie The Pooh bear, but a mean ferocious one).

So here I'm again, posting this post from my uni's library.

I'm stressed from studying!


Wednesday, October 29, 2008

.: Guess Who's Back? :.

Qian's back!


Last weekend (Sunday) a small group of ex-5 Bataians met up. Apart from the usual SJian, Jes & myself; SMay, EWei (who's now working in Singapore - with 3 bosses under him [private joke]) & CKong joined us.

We had dinner at BubbaGump Shrimp, The Curve.

Tho we have aged (I mean we knew each other for almost 5 years now), but some of us are still the same. We laughed, we teased each other, we had fun! :)

I love meeting up with my ol' buddies - there's so much catching up to do, and time do fly when we are all having fun! :)

So now that CKong & Qian are back for good, we can have lots more outings and lots more fun (coz Qian is the fun-est person to be with! - [She reminds me of Tigger - spelt T .I. double-Grr. Errr])

Ok, I think I should continue to hit the books now.......

[I'm in SyUC library - it's as nerdy as I can get]


Friday, October 24, 2008

.: Sense And Sensibility :.

The difference between reality and fiction is that fiction has to make sense.
-Tom Clancy-

No wonder my life doesn't make sense. It never has. And I'm really inclined to believe that it never will.

Sometimes, I think my life is perfect (Well, it will never be perfect perfect per say, but when that feeling of contentment at that very moment and point in time - to me it's almost as good as perfect).

Sometimes, I think my life is so messed up that I don't even know what I'm doing or who am I anymore.

I can swing from 'perky happy-go-lucky sunshine-and-rainbows me' to 'melancholy leave-me-alone storm-and-dark clouds me' in matters of seconds. I highly doubt (though I never did completely rule out) that I'm suffering from bipolar disorder (like that of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde).

Ok, so I'm dramatising it a lil, but you get what I mean....


Anyways, my final ICAEW exam paper is coming soon Wed next week to be exact. I can't believe that I'm finally at the end of this long, time-consuming-tear-sweat-and-blood journey, but yes, here I'm!

It's the final hurdle, before they "let you lose into the world as chartered accountants" as how my lecturer, Ms Jackie, puts it. So you can pretty much guess that this paper is NOT going to be easy.

And it's a really different paper altogether - it's not at all technical, not at all computational, in fact it's just advise,advise,advise! Or that's what I think it is - coz I can't seem to make head or tails of this paper and already it's like my final week of preparation! (What have I gotten myself into when I signed up for this exams!)

Random rantings of my very real life that doesn't make very much sense.

Ah, that's just me and my life.

And who ever said reality has to make sense?

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

.: Branding :.

Your personal brand is what people say about you behind you back. It's the word they use to describe you to other people and its how you make other people feel about you - just like a corporate brand or a product brand.

We are now in a business world where people represent a brand more strongly than any slick website or glossy brochure ever can.

The top ten things to do to create a strong and memorable personal brand:

1) Make sure it's authentic
- uncover and clarify your strenghts...

2) Measure the perceptions
- get feedback from others on how they see you...

3) Be clear on your uniqueness
- if you were to write your life story so far, what would the title of the book be?

4) Clarify your target market
- write down the top 100 people - people who will help you reach your business, career and personal goal...

5) Increase your visibility and exposure
- how can you be more visible - write an article, attend networking groups,etc...

6) Check out your first impressions
- it takes seven seconds to make a first impression - do it right the first time...

7) Don't dilute the brand with inconsistencies
- be consistant in all ways you communicate, be it via email or face-to-face conversations or on the phone...

8) Pay attention to your brand packaging
- how do you present yourself? your voice, tone, dress, appearance, etc...

9) Clearly define your goals
- if you don't clearly articulate your goals, you are very unlikely to reach them - write it out and stick them somewhere...

10) Start NOW!
- don't delay and do it NOW!

Article from Lesley Everett

Saturday, October 18, 2008

.: Mamma Mia! :.

I must confess that I actually enjoyed this movie. Not that big of a fan when it comes to music from the 70's, but I just can't refrain myself from tapping my feet to the familiar ABBA songs like "Honey, Honey", "Money, Money, Money", "Mammamia", "Dancing Queen", "Super Trouper", "Take A Chance On Me" - tho I don't think the storyline was that great (unlike Dream Girls)

Another confession to make, I think I want to re-watch this again! :)

Arg! Can't get the tunes out of my head.....

"So I say thank you for the music,
The song I'm singing,
Thanks for all,
The joy they're bringing..."

And thank you JC for the movie date *wink* :)

Friday, October 17, 2008

.: In The Company Of Good Books :.

Just the knowledge that a good book is
awaiting one at the end of a long day makes that day happier.

- Kathleen Norris -

Give me a good book anytime......

I just love, love, love to read a good book, and for some odd reason, I've been reading alot this month or two. So here goes, the list of books that I've recently read :

Eat, Pray, Love
Elizabeth Gilbert
I first heard of this book while watching The Oprah Show on Hallmark channel one late night, and I thought to myself - that's one book that I would like to read.

But then again, there's alot of book that is on my reading list, so I never really gotten to it. But last night, the re-run of this episod on Oprah was on, and again I thought to myself, I MUST read this.

And today, I was in SyUC library looking for a map (a research for my exams - long story, so don't ask why an accountancy student needs a world map) under the "Geography" section, when lo and behold, this very book, nestled among the world map and tourism books (it must be a sign that I really need to read this very book).

I'm halfway through this book - it's not easy that I need to actually study, while this book is calling out for my attention, so I divided (tho not so equally *wink*) my time between this book and my studies.

-to be updated once I finish this book-


Blue-Eyed Devil
Lisa Kleypas
Another book that was dying to be read.

I was walking up and down my Uni's library when I saw this book sitting on the rack. It just got my attention, so I grab this book, settled down at my place, and started to read - from cover to cover (without stopping - wish I can do that when it comes to studying). Needless to say, it was a good book. And needless to say as well, my objective to study that day was not met.

This book is a story of a rich, oil tycoon's daughter; Haven Marie Travis.
Of her abusive marriage, and how this brave young woman is learning and coping to survive from the physical and emotional scar left by her abusive ex-husband. And the came Hardy Cates, and when she thought she could never fall in love again, she did. But she was playing with fire, taking the risk of being hurt once again.

A lil bit of sexual details in the book - so anyone under 18 should not be reading this! *wink*


More Than Conquerors
Steven Masood

Uncle Jeffrey from church recommended me to read this book. And I can see why.
It's a fairly short book (wouldn't take more that 2 hours to read) about how a Muslim-converted-Christian tries to explain to his Muslim best friend on the basic claims of Islam and Christianity.

References were made to both the Quran and The Bible.
There's really not much I can say, coz as a young Christian, this book of debate may be a lil too deep for me, but it does give a lil insight to the origin of Islam and Christianity.


Where Rainbows End
Love, Rosie
Cecilia Ahern

Don't make the same mistake as I did. Tho these two books are under different title, they are of the same. Exactly the same!

But I love this novel so much so that I read it TWICE. Yeah, to me it was that good! I just absolutely love it!

Even though I wasn't such a big fan of Cecilia's PS I Love You , I love (I think I've used the word "love" way too many times) the way she wrote this book i.e. in the form of letters exchanged between Rosie Dunne and Alex Steward - two bestest, best friend (with cute lil spelling mistakes like "no" for "know") to emails to instant messages within a span of 45 years.
This is a book which I will not reveal any spoiler, coz I'm making all of you just grab this book and read it! (You must! You must!)

Just let you in on my favourite part

" deserve far better. You deserve someone who loves you with every single beat of his heart, someone who thinks about you constantly, someone who spends every minute of every day wondering what you are doing, where you are, who you're with and if you're ok. You need someone who can help you reach your dreams and who can protect you from your fears. You need someone who can treat you with respect, love every part of you especially your flaws. You should be with someone who can make you happy, really happy, dancing on air happy..."
Go on, grab this book. You won't be dissapointed.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

.: It's A Girl! - Full Moon (updated) :.

Congratulation David for his new baby girl (16th September)!

Baby Katelyn turn 1 month on 16th October.

With a name like Katelyn, I'm sure she will grow up to be a sweet, nice girl - just like me! :)

.: Tear Drops On My Guitar :.

Drew and I have been friends from back since as far as I can remember. We were next-door neighbors, and he would often come over and we would play together. Being two years older than me, he was like an elder brother I never had. He was always very protective of me, and really took good care of me.

We spend all our growing up time with each other. We took the same bus to our primary school every morning. And we would meet up during recesses. When I was down with chicken pox, he disobeyed our parents’ commands, and sneaked into my room with his Nintendo for me to occupy myself. End up, he contracted my chicken pox viral and we were off school for two weeks – and it was then we got the highest score in town for the Super Mario game.


As years go by, the gawky, nerdy Drew blossomed into a tall, well built, almost Greek-god like young man. Yet, his sense of humor – or lack of it, remains the same, though he never fails to make me laugh with his lame jokes or funny Johnny-Bravo pick up lines that he would try out on me. No one ever gets why I snorts and roll on the floor laughing till my stomach hurts at Drew’s jokes, but he’s the only person who could make me laugh that way.

It was that one particular day when I was at his place watching Casablanca (it was our all time favorite and we will watch it over and over again), when he put his arms over my shoulder, like he always does, and at that moment, I felt my heart pulse beating faster and my palms sweating. For the first time, I was actually nervous around Drew. It was then that I realize that I’ve fallen for him.

Of course there was times when I contemplated telling him my feelings. But I don’t want to ruin out friendship. It was not worth the risk, so I kept it all to myself, and Teddy, whom I’m sure won’t divulge this lil secret


I was in Drew’s room the on a lazy Sunday afternoon. I lay down on his bed, face up, hugging the Barney pillow that I got for him for his 9th birthday with my hard saved allowance. The royal purple pillowcase is now almost grayish-purplish like. He was lying down next to me, fiddling with his handphone.

We were quite for a while. I looked around his room. I caught a look at the metallic photo frame engraved with “Best Friend Forever” with our picture together, taken about a year back. We were hugging each other, beaming at the trophy between us; that of we won inthe talentine competition – where Drew & I sang a beautiful duet. I have an identical photo frame and picture lying on my bedside table.

“I’ve something to tell you…”

My heart skipped a beat. Could it be? Could it be that he feels the same for me?

“I think I’m in love…”

I’m nervous at the same time, speechless. I recalled that he once told me that I’m his “true love”, but that was ten years ago, when we were watching Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs together.

“She’s sweet, nice and has a big heart. Every time I see her smile, it makes my heart melt...”

“You know, …” he turned from his bed, lying flat on his belly, and looked at me with those big brown eyes,

“…Amy is the only girl that makes me feel this way. She’s not like any other girls, she’s genuinely beautiful inside out.”

I tried my best to fake a smile, swallowing hard on the tears that are threatening to flow out anytime.

The next hour that followed felt like eternity as I listen to Drew describing Amy. She sounds so perfect, so flawless; I wished that I was her.

I ran over to my house, locked my room door and drown my pillow with my tears.

I looked at our picture.

If only Drew knows.


A month has passed by – Drew’s asked Amy to be his girl. Things between Drew and me can never be the same again.
No more watching classic movies with each other, no more ice-skating or hiking together, no more sharing Swenson’s Earthquake and spoon-fighting for the only cherry – all these things he will share with Amy, not me.

As I look outside my window at night, saw a shooting star – I closed my eyes, and made a wish – for Drew and his happiness.

I picked up my guitar, cried, as I strummed.

If only Drew knows.

Drew looks at me,
I fake a smile so he won't see
That I want and I need everything that we should be
I'll bet she's beautiful, that girl he talks about
And she's got everything that I have to live without

Drew talks to me,
I laugh cause it's just so funny
That I can't even see anyone when he's with me
He says he's so in love, he's finally got it right,
I wonder if he knows he's all I think about at night

He's the reason for the teardrops on my guitar
The only thing that keeps me wishing on a wishing star
He's the song in the car I keep singing, don't know why I do

Drew walks by me, can he tell that I can't breathe?
And there he goes, so perfectly,
The kind of flawless I wish I could be
She'd better hold him tight, give him all her love
Look in those beautiful eyes and know she's lucky cause

He's the reason for the teardrops on my guitar
The only thing that keeps me wishing on a wishing star
He's the song in the car I keep singing, don't know why I do

So I drive home alone, as I turn out the light
I'll put his picture down and maybe
Get some sleep tonight

He's the reason for the teardrops on my guitar
The only one who's got enough of me to break my heart
He's the song in the car I keep singing, don't know why I do
He's the time taken up, but there's never enough
And he's all that I need to fall into..

Drew looks at me, I fake a smile so he won't see.

(This story is only fictional - any resemblance is purely coincidental)

Teardrops on My Guitar - Taylor Swift

Monday, October 13, 2008

.: Jungle Trekking :.


"Get it off me!!!!"


--------- minutes before----------

Uncle Albert (from SLS) invited JC and I for jungle trekking last Sunday.

So, in spite of the rain, and the fact that I was taking my nap on Sunday evening (that's like the bestest time to nap), we went to FRIM.

We hiked for about 200m, stopped at a small hut to take a breather, when uncle Albert asked us to roll up our pants, to check for leaches.

At first glance, it seemed that I was "leach-free" and we proceed to check on JC. And just when I was about to roll back my pants, I saw this slimy black thing crawling at my left leg and I started screaming my lungs off.......

And there I was, making a "scene" in front of other onlookers that was giving me that funny look, while Uncle Albert uses his saliva to get rid of the leach.

I was still screaming when that thing was off me, and didn't really stop until I realise how hilarious this whole situation was and started laughing at myself.

JC thought I went nuts when I stop screaming and started laughing.
Of course, Uncle Albert had the pleasure of making fun of me through out.

Such an "adventure", my first and last. Don't get me wrong, I love hiking, but absolutely hate leaches and other creepy crawlers alike and now that I am fully aware that there are leaches there, I'm not going anymore! :)

Sunday, October 12, 2008

.: Put On Your Parteee Hat :.

To : Elaine, SYen
From : Kathlynn
Subject : It's Fri - put on your parteee hat!~

Hey, it's Friday! Happy, happy, happy!
I'm going to have a hectic Sat, a test that I haven't even studied for, but what the heck......
It's Friday!

To : Kathlynn
Cc : Elaine
From : SYen
Subject : Re : It's Fri - put on your parteee hat!~

You wild crazy girl! It's only 9.02am and you're sending this kind of email, shouting for a party! :)

So I was extra happy on Friday, thinking this must be an exceptionally beautiful Friday, but it all ended when I felt nausea and threw up and was down with a fever in the mid-afternoon.

What a way to start the weekend!

So there ends my chain of "beautiful days" but I enjoyed it while it lasted!

Thursday, October 9, 2008

.: PMR :.

Dearest Chu Xian,

Wishing you all the best in your PMR examinations!~

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Lots of love,

.: Presentation Of Happy Life :.

Something to remind ourselves everyday!~ :)

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