Ello ello! Yis is so that I don't having to sent all of you smses cos yit yis wery yexpansive.
The dinner will still be held at my place on the 25th, but den we cannoting haf the bbq because yit yis booked by someone else already. Soooooo... ve vill be hafing yinner prepared by my maid. Yeveryone in favour say yokay @:) (Sorry Jamie, I borrowing your turban).
PS. I was thinking of having a christmas costume-themed party. Vat does you all saying?
November 29th, 2008
October 15th, 2008
August 1st, 2008
It reminded me how everyone's an individual and no one's a face in a crowd. Each face carries their own stories with them, a set of emotions and unique personalities. It's so easy to overlook that and only see your immediate social circle as people with their own backgrounds.
As I walked to back from the restaurant with my takeaway dinner in hand, I felt like I was on a huge movie set. Each group of people representing different films playing; I guess the fact that they spoke with a western accent, contributed to the movie feeling.
July 3rd, 2008
I sat alone at the back of the car, with my newfound 'ear candy' on repeat, singing the few words that I knew, here and there.
My two friends continued their own conversation in the front- no one reprimanded me for being rude. It was actually alright to be myself.
May 16th, 2008
Woke up and wished that I was dead With an aching in my head
I lay motionless in bed Thought of you
And where you'd gone And let the world spin madly on
1. A development or consequence growing out of and sometimes complicating a problem, plan, or statement.
I need my merbernating partner.
I can't conclude which is better; being twenty, so you can argue that you're no longer a teen and therefore deserve more liberty, or, being nineteen and not having to face the bigger issues in life. Wait, I see it now. Being nineteen and a university student at the same time is THE worst, because you have to face the bigger issues in life (ie. no running away from assignements and pretending they don't exist) and having to put up with adults who treat you like a kid.
I let the day go by
I always say goodbye
I watch the stars from my window sill
The world is moving
And I'm standing still
May 5th, 2008
4 years and 3 days ago, it was a Sunday.
I remember 'running away' from your line of vision as usual. I told myself, when I've graduated and got the grades, I'll go up to you and thank you. And the firm, proud smile on your face, will be my reward.
You were weaving between the after service crowd, helping your best friend give out the invitations to her daughter's wedding. You passed my mom her invite and said to her 'When it's your daughter's turn, I'll give it out for you too.' I wasn't there, but I can imagine the look of anticipation on your face as you said that.
4 years ago, yesterday, you were taken away.
So now both days will never come to pass.
There's a saying that goes, 'Never put off to tomorrow, what you can do today.'
But some things don't happen till a few tomorrows away.
May 4th, 2008
The thing about escaping from issues, is that it's like running downhill- with an accumulating snowball chasing you from behind. Your issues just keep growing and one day, it's going to catch up with you and squash you flat.
you'll get caught in it halfway down the hill and you'll lose yourself in that round mass of snow.
April 17th, 2008
You and I are severely starcrossed, I have a hunch that despite our plans, you will not be available tomorrow night.
I think the last time we spoke proper was four weeks ago.
I'm gonna muster every ounce of confidence I have
And cannonball into the water