Monday, December 19, 2011


This is completely bewildered and awful news for me, seriously. My friend told me this morning that our pointer can be checked through the website. She urged me to change my password before someone else checks my result. My pointer for this semester is such a damn number, terrible and bloody low. How it is possible for me to continue ace-ing in my exams if it is acting in such ways? Especially for my UAK paper, I scored the lowest grade which ruined my pointer totally. And I guessed, there must be a big mistake, because I sit this paper three days earlier than the actual date, and it was in the late evening. Arrrghh… this semester has been hell.
*pause for a split second* 
 I need to recheck it back by asking the Unit Peperiksaan and Penilaian. Back to me, am I studied wise? Absolutely, no. Frankly, I studied moderately, because I focused more on IPG activities. sometimes, i hate the bad side of me. :( But, even the hardest paper I sit last year was not that bad. And I am pretty sure; most of my friends will laugh at me.

Oh wait guys, I suppose blame myself too. My bad. My fault. FRUSTRATED, of course.
Bill Gates deserves it. So, me too.

Friday, December 16, 2011


Firstly, I’m sorry for not updating my blog and any picture from the day I went to Malacca and KL last week with my sister and youngest brother for five days. And thank you so much to my eldest sister for sponsoring our tickets. And thanks too to Air Asia for the cheap reasonable ticket prices. We booked these tickets six months earlier so the cost for three persons was quite ok for me. My eldest sister fetched us up at LCCT as she works in Klang. Thanks God her duty off application had been approved. We drove to Malacca on the first day and took four hours to arrive in Malacca, plus, honestly this was my very first time to be there. In short, Malacca is truly marks the historical territory in the world, as you see the old buildings and creations. The awe-inspiring view of the city during the night really becomes the fond memories because it is extravagantly decorated by the neon lights and so on. We stayed in Malacca for a night and headed up to KL on the next day. I wished to ho to Malacca Wonderland but time was running out. In KL, we shopped at Bukit Bintang, KL Sogo, Sunway Pyramid and Masjid India. I spent most of my money on garmentsJ. We were also window-shopped at Suria KLCC, Pavillion, MidValley, Time Square and managed take some shots. The Christmas decorations were simply awesome. 

 the old St. Paul's church in Malacca. it is situated at the peak of St. Paul's Hill
 This is the place where the priest was buried. i can see visitors throw their money into this cage and make wish.

 A Famosa

 1Malaysia touch and go card. it really eased our journey
 Thanks Lord, we mananged to go to St. Francis Xavier Church, PJ on Sunday

when "Buli Bah Kalau Kau" and "Bikin Panas" in KL

Sunday, December 11, 2011

carolling 2011

It’s an Advent season! That means it’s the time to start the Christmas Carols. “Joy to the world, the Lord is come!” Fyi, for many people, Christmas carols are synonymously with the holiday season and can invoke the spirit of Christmas in even the most Scrooge-like individuals. Originally, carols were religious hymns written about the birth of Christ. Carols were sung in church to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. In recent history, carols have come to encompass not only the nativity, but the Christmas season, and secular holiday traditions, including reindeer, snowmen, Santa Claus and more (source: Nowadays, carols are now sung from house to house in order to spread the good news by telling the families through the songs, and finally they will feel the love of God who has giving His son, our savior.

designed by; me. simple yet ok. 
the carollers