This journey is incredibly humbling for me.

From being wounded and not knowing which way is up and wondering whether or not i could be ALIVE or not and at the same time, finding new MEANING in my new life in this FOREIGN place.....It's been an AMAZING journey

I am a daughter, sister, dog-owner and friend.

Currently, i am learning to train my mind and body. I want to hold my body, challenge my physical ability to a level i could never imagine.

I definitely have learn to stop letting these people who do so little for me in my life but control so much of my mind, feeling and emotions.

Learning to let them go from my life is definitely one of the best achievement i ever done to myself.

Goodbye my friends.... Hope when we meet again, we are once strangers again.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Lee Seung Gi is No 1 Idol among Middle Aged Women.

Here is some news i read and stated that Lee Seung Gi is no. 1 Idol among middle-aged women.
I’m not worry that I'm a good fan of Lee Seung Gi, instead am i categorized in middle-aged women…. But luckily, in Lee Seung Gi Facebook Malaysia, most of them are youngster like me…
Here is a latest news on Lee Seung Gi….

On August 13th, KBS’s ‘Entertainment Relay‘ aired the results of a recent survey that polled ‘Middle-aged Women’s Idols’.
The honor of first place went to none other than Lee Seung Gi, who is currently receiving much love for his role on KBS’s ‘1 Night 2 Days‘. One woman commented, “I end up looking only at Lee Seung Gi while watching ‘1 Night 2 Days’. I just can’t help but smile when I see him.”
Lee Seung Gi once again proved his popularity amongst not only the younger crowd, but also the older generation by surpassing other top stars in the survey, including Hyun Bin who came in second, Bae Yong Joon who came in third, and Jo In Sung who came in sixth place.
Source + Photo: Star News via Nate

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Things I missed in Ipoh

Number 1 thing I missed in Ipoh.

Is something I felt right after I went thru a mentally tortured jam in downtown KL yesterday!!!!

And the thing that top the lists is the traffic in Ipoh. Practically there is no jam in Ipoh. And the only times I experienced jam were during public holidays and weekend, however, these jams are considered small cases to me because I felt the worst when I was in KL. However, I cannot deny that the number of cars in Ipoh does increases over the years I lived in Ipoh.

I miss the most is when I was in Ipoh, I only leave my Ipoh house at 7.30am and i can punch my card in the department by 7.50am. I would said this is luxury. But now, I need to wake up at 5.30 am to prepare to leave the house at 6.15am. I'm taking LRT and STAR

However, life needs to move on. This is the reality. We need to face it no matter. Maybe like what my good friend said I just need another 3 months to fall in love with KL all over again.

Stay put for the next thing I missed in Ipoh!!!!