Sunday, April 4, 2010

Things I've learned this week

1. Saying hello to someone that you have not talked to in a while can bring good results.
2. Catching up with old college mates can really make my day.
3. I miss my old friends in Ragnarok Online, but making new ones are fun.
4. Sometimes, ignorance is the best way to conquer fear. Especially on the topic of death.
5. I am finally going to jump on the iPhone bandwagon.
6. It is easy to come up with ideas, executing them is an entirely new problem.
7. Tiarabear, my little poodle girl, is the most adorable fluff brain on earth. & I miss her loads. I wish I could just pack her in my luggage and bring her over to Australia.
8. My friend and her boyfriend are a great source of entertainment. I could just sit and watch them make fun of each other in good nature.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Of chocolate eggs and fluffy bunnies

Happy Easter everyone!

Don't you just love long weekends? Luckily for me, I've went to the library to grab a few books to pass the long weekend. Probably will do something really productive such as cleaning up the room and getting my bed built.

Too bad the post does not arrive on public holidays. I was so looking forward to reading Albatross by Josie Bloss and The Hourglass Door by Lisa Mangum. At least I've received my copy of Voices of Dragons this week, that's something I've been looking forward to reading ever since I've first heard about it. I love dragons!

And since my contract for mobile plan has already ended, I'm going to spoil myself further by getting an iPhone. Will probably have to sell off my beloved iPod Touch but hey, I can't complain since I'm getting a new phone. :D

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Two very important lessons I've learned today.

One. Never wake up grouchy.
Two. Do not drive when I'm grouchy.

Now my poor Mazda has a brilliant scratch on its back. Ugh. The heartache.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Creativity fun

I've been wanting to do something creative for a while now. Thanks to this great contest at I Heart Monsters, I could put my creativity skills up to the test.

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What do you think? Can you guess the book that it was based on? :)

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Simple beauty

Credit kokorono

I believe that cherry blossoms are just the most beautiful plant on earth. :)