Saturday, July 30, 2011

Tired tired, very tired!

What a day! I think I've walked at least 6km today haha. Japanese sensei had some errand to run so no class today. Took the train with my sister to KLCC and then walked to Pavilion to check out their Asakusa inspired 'Tokyo Street' which was opened yesterday. Talking about great timing heh. Pictures and others some other time ya? Lazy to upload it right now. Or you can check out my Facebook account for it.

After Tokyo Street, we continue our journey to Lot 10 and Sungei Wang. I am starting to feel all that fatigue on my calf whenever I stop walking. Walked walked walked and take the train back. Mum was suppose to pick us up from the station but she had a guest at home. So we decided to walk home! Halfway through the journey, mum came and pick us up haha. 

I think I'm gonna have a really nice sleep tonight!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Hearing things

Lately, I'll hear this really loud engine/motor/drums sound every morning, around 6:30AM. The funny thing is I'm the only person who heard it. So I'm wondering, did I imagined it or I have super advance sense of hearing? Hmmm. Gonna but the voice recorder next to my bed tonight to prove that I'm hopefully not schizophrenic or paranoid.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011


I've removed that chat box. It's being spammed terribly so if there's anything just comment under the entry ya.

Today was my very first law class. It feels kinda weird because I'm the only one from my campus and the only arts student among a sea of law students. And because of that, I guess I have to do more readings and write a better assignment.

This is my text book! Super thick for an elective subject huh.

I better start digging those prescribed readings!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

We come in peace

This is my country. A country with people who fight for their rights. There's nothing embarrassing about it. The only thing I felt ashamed was not being there physically.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

clean it up

Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. - Albert Einstein

Honestly, I don't have the courage to march like fellow brave Malaysians who stood up for their rights. All that tear gas and water canon did not stop them from fighting for their ideology.

It's funny that in other countries, when there's a demonstration, police are there to make sure everything is under control. But here, they're the one stirring things up by shooting tear gas and water canons.

"Without a struggle, there can be no progress"- Frederick Douglass

Thank you so much to all those who fought for rakyat Malaysia.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

My Holiday Assignment

Who said that all I do is Bejeweled Blitz? haha

1. Get in touch with the van Gogh in me

2. Make a time lapse video

3. Sand art

4. Think like a cat

hmm..why do I have a feeling that I'm wasting time? Hahah