Friday, March 14

Primary + Secondary School Reunion =P

Well, not exactly, as our total headcount was, less than 10?

Nowadays it's really hard to get EVERYONE out together, just for a drink or for the movies--some of them have exams in college (to think that some of my friends have completed 1 sem in college and I haven't even started anything yet! Sometimes I just feel so uneducated.) or have no transport (applies for me--still underage and cannot get a licence yet... 7 more months to go before I can sit for my undang, in fact)

So after spending approx. 3-4 ringgit on smses and phone calls to more than 10 people and getting more than half of them rejecting me, I managed to amass a small troupe of 6 (including me) to go to AEON Bukit Tinggi (again) for a cuppa.

You see, I have limited time(e.g. I'll be back in Genting by Sunday?) so I had to get my friends together for a chat before I leave... Even if they were only a pitiful handful (not literally, of course ;p)

~*Mei Jee & I--stole her out of S&J (her workplace) to just snap a shot*~

~*From left: Shieh Nee (going NS 2nd batch next week), Me (the underage one and praying hard that she doesn't get NS next year) & Grace (just came back from NS and seemingly very satisfied with the camp)*~

~*Clockwise from left: Chyi Shyn (previously lepak-ing at home), Chia Chiun (Business Foundation at Taylors), Ree Gent (ADP at INTI), Me (Genting Staff), Yen Woon (SAM at Taylors), Grace (fresh from NS)*~

Had a 2-3 hour (long!) chat with Yen Woon, Shieh Nee & Grace at Sakae Sushi (Grace & I just LOVE this Japanese restaurant! Wonderful place to catch up with each other--the atmosphere is just purr-fect, and the rice is GOOD.) The boys arrived at 5 something (Ree Gent's class was over at 4 but the traffic was bad) and the timing was too late to catch a movie and so we ended up in...

Big Apple Donuts & Coffee.

~*A box of 6 worth RM 9.50 -- but I've heard that the one in KL is tastier, I mean of the same brand*~

~*the boys' time to SHINE in front of the camera; they make pretty good posers too :P*~

~*Eh it seems Yen Woon's not bad at it too; her smile really makes the donuts look extra yummy :)*~

So long for our post-SPM reunion.

Honestly, I was expecting more, but I guess this'll do...

Thursday, March 13


Precisely decribing my feelings right at this moment...something like post-SPM results aftermath. For those who have taken up courses at colleges, it's okay for them, but for people like me who have put off the ULTIMATE task of actually making a choice by using the (seemingly cliched) phrase:

"I don't know what to study yet wor.

See how my SPM results go."

That seemed like a good answer to give when people (note: esp. nosey relatives and overly kiasu friends' parents) asked me that question before the SPM results were out. Now I'm really stuck between pursuing my interests, my strong subjects and my friends' suggestions.

Arrgghh, frustrating.

You see, my results are somewhere in the middle, where it's not good enough to apply for a full scholarship and yet not poor enough to be moping about it.

Just see for yourself.

~*sorry for the smudged (or rather, photoshopped) particulars; I prefer Librainy to be my only known name--nice to be mysterious for a change :P*~

You see, I'm 1 A1 away from getting a full scholarship if I take SAM at Taylor's (which I was initially planning to... I mean the June/July intake, I forgot which) I seriously am thankful for even getting an A2 for chinese since it's my worst subject, but as for Moral, I'm just dumbfounded. Like, my bio was worse than my moral! I was expecting A2 for that, but not moral, like what do you expect me to do? I memorized everything, put my brain and hands to work, and that was it! Heck, I didn't even know what I did wrong!

Sorry for the sudden outburst of energy--it was just a ball of fury (sounds familiar?) at the pit of my stomach, nothing much. and sorry for the sarcasm too, in case you didn't notice.

I'm just utterly confused and in no mood to write an emotionally uplifting post, which is what I should to to attain a Kenny Sia-like status in the blogging industry.

I'll pray hard tonight--He's the only one (other than myself) who will really understand.