What a Wonderful and tantalizing Week…

Alright, after writing some stuff about American Idol and declaring my joy of seeing Sanjaya being booted out of the competition, as well as posting collages of my friend’s celebrity look-alikes, it’s now time for some ‘Me’ time. It’s not always that I write stuffs like this though, don’t really want to gain attention and showing the whole world that I’m an LOA (lack-of-attention)-ist… I’m not one ok?! Duh…
I’ve had a pretty amazing week. There were the usual ups and downs in my particular week, and some funny and memorable moments as well.


Well, on Monday, nothing much took place. I skipped my class (too lazy to wake up, I think it’s due to the weather, sky’s turning dark and about to rain…), which is the second last class I have for this semester before my finals last Friday. I went to the night market located nearby my house. I went in the evening around 630pm, so there weren’t many people visiting yet. It was an enjoyable moment because I don’t think I’ve been there in like, 1 year and it’s funny because everything looked so familiar, yet so strange.

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One of the many ‘memories’ I had, though not this particular ‘wan tan mee’, but I remembered that it was something…like what is shown in the picture.

I could still remember the corn stall, along with the ‘char kuay teow’ and ‘wan tan mee’ stall. It’s like trying to remember these little pieces of memories which fragmented into bits and trying to piece it all again. The only thing that’s depressing is that as you slowly remember all these things in your head, it sort of reminded me how of old I’ve actually become…sigh…


Nothing much happened on Monday, so moving on…yes, Tuesday. This is when my week starts to pick up its momentum…or whatever you call it. My last class for my diploma course is on Tuesday, and the usual things took place, such as lecturer not teaching anything at all, rather, spending time to talk to us and give us motivational speeches on how live our lives (it’s so common these days, how ‘motivational’ will the speech be?).

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Class of DBM 2, year 2006-2007…

Some of my class mates won’t be continuing their studies at my college, so for some of the girls there were tears and stuff like that, and for the guys, well, pretending to be cool and strong, but really, it’s quite emotional, after all we did spent 1 year together as a group. Nothing else took place on Tuesday, though I’ve to say that after what I went through with my college mates, it has further enhanced my perspective on appreciating life and the moments that comes along with it.

Wednesday, is the day that I wished I did more things, cuz I totally spent the whole day sleeping. Can’t really blame myself again cuz the weather is just too nice to resist sleeping to. Actually, I was waiting for the Streamyx technician to come and install it in my house, but he didn’t turn up, citing the reason of ‘technical difficulties’ as the reason of his absence, so he showed up the other day…


So the technician came, installed the broadband, and left. And left he did, with the broadband as well. I’ve no idea why, until now, that we could access the Internet while he was here, but after he left, the connection hit rock bottom. There was no connection at all right after he left.
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More like ‘Frustration and Anger in-a-box’. Beside it: suspected problem, spoiled modem.

So I had to call TM Net to help with the problem, and had to wait until Saturday for assistance from them. Sigh…but that wasn’t the highlight of that day. I had cell group that day, and our group discussion was on the lines of how much are you doing for God’s sake or something like that. To me, it was a really, really simple topic to tackle, yet so complex and hard because, as all Christians are now these days, we are all living under a shell of denial. It’s no surprise that sometimes our shortcomings are due to our irresponsibility and denials in our walk of faith. But what happened on that night was that some of us are bold to utter out some of the things inside of their heart, while some were reminded on their position and their ‘status’ in the areas of doing things for God and not for your own. It was an unforgettable experience for me, well; at least that’s what I think. So, moving along to…


Thank God It’s Friday. Not promoting for the restaurant chain, but I don’t think I’m the only one who feels good when it comes to Friday every week right? No work the day after, no school, so-called, a day where everyone will most probably look forward to. I had my finals, and after that I spent some time with my classmates (now ex-class mates, unless they are continuing their studies at the same college I come from), cuz I might not be seeing some of them anymore, at least the near future. After some chats, photo-takings, I head down to, no guesses, TGIF with my friend. Look at what she ordered…
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She ate it all on her own. Poor me, I only had Lemon Tea… Nah, just kidding.


After that we walked around 1U for a while, before heading home, and calling it a day… Oh yeah, I also managed to pull a prank on her as well, so, I guess I can consider it as a nice moment as well.


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One of the many things we enjoy doing on Saturdays at church, defying gravity and stuffing people inside car boots…

Saturdays are always busy for me. Not only I have to juggle between the responsibilities and roles of a mummy’s kid and church duties, sometimes there will be those extra things like studies, sudden impulsiveness courtesy of my mum, and other things as well. I also have my meetings, music practices and services to attend to, so, I’d be out the whole day on Saturdays. What’s so special about this Saturday is that I went to watch my friend’s drama performance at KLPac, Sentul. The sketch is called ‘Screwed’, and is the second drama I’ve attended so far by my friend’s drama group, ‘The Oral Stage’. It was fun, and really is a nice experience to watch a ‘live’ drama right in front of your eyes, definitely worth my time and the actor’s or producer’s time, energy and effort to produce such a good play.

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The face of a talented actor/director/poser, Prakash, in one of his promotional poster for his group’s drama, ‘Screwed’.

After that we head on down to Uma Rani at Jalan Ipoh for supper, and my friend, Prakash, who acted in the play, I don’t know whether it’s cuz he’s tired or what, actually thought that one of the customers passing by our table as a waiter, and ordered him to switch off the fan. We just watched and laughed at it, but who wouldn’t? Especially if the person that Prakash attended to, without objecting or showing any signs of displeasure, walked there and switched it off, returning us a smile while we are laughing our hearts out.
And yes, the main highlight, and it really was the main highlight, could be considered as the surprise of the century, is this; one of the many short plays in the play involves a story of what and how a girl feels after being raped, something about a girl developing dual personalities and stuff like that. All of us, me and my friends, could not understand it, maybe cuz it’s too long or developing too slowly, but this particular friend of us, Kok Leong, understood what it’s about, like, totally spot on! It might not be funny and surprising to some, but I can only say this; evil knows evil, and in this case, a true rapist would understand all that was shown in the play.

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The face of true evil…


Yay! The last day of the week (though considered as the first day of the week to many, but who cares?) Finally, I could rest and relax, enjoying fellowship with all of my friends, while sipping down a cup of double shot espresso and eating biscotti…Well, it’s not like that, just making it up. But on Sundays, after coming back from Sunday service, I would normally sleep until the evening, and sometimes I would go and hang out with my friends at night, but this Sunday I just took some time off to rest and chill at home.

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We do keep in touch with our feminine side, especially on last Sunday, just ask my friend here, Ian…

Well, that’s it from me now. Next week would almost be the same thing as what I went through this week, though tiresome and sometimes stagnant, I would like to think of it as this; I like living. I enjoy living life. And this sort of made me reflect on the mass killing that took place recently in the States. Life is short, random and unpredictable. Still, I enjoy living life, and every moment that comes with it.

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Life might be as complex as a block of car engine, but I hope you enjoy living life, and bring out the best out of it.


4 Responses to “What a Wonderful and tantalizing Week…”

  1. wow.. sounds like you had a really good week there mate!!
    i only realized today you made a comment in one of my blog posts.. hehe..
    And that took me over here to find that you have a link to ‘david, the hardworking doctor’ hohoho.. who’s that??

    cheers to you man, and i always look forward to the day we JAM again!

  2. hey man, good to hear from you again. Folks, I’m serious when I mean David, the hardworking doctor, he really is hardworking and a dedicated. Plus, he can play drums really well too.

    Hope to c ya soon and JAM again!

  3. dude, its the fourth season of the drama and yeah i also cant forget that nite la,some more the guy was so calm la…eheheh, and yeah looks like KL has a niche for acting…

  4. oops, sorry for putting in false information then!
    Haha, yeah, I wonder what went wrong in your head at that time…

    Get him to act in your next play la, as a silent rapist, or as a funny china man monologue. dude, if you’re reading this, check out YouTube’s ‘Muar Chinese’. Just type in ‘Muar Chinese’ at the search box.

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