Saturday, December 18, 2010

Home Sweet Home!

It feels so good to be home.. good food, familiar environment and the best part is I'm home for Christmas !!!

Wish you all a very Merry Christmas! Be good and hopefully Santa will grant your wishes :P

Sunday, December 12, 2010

My Darling Cherlyn is OFF the Single Market!!!

My darling girlfriend, Cherlyn got engaged!!! Congrats Yuli Chua and Cherlyn!!

This picture was taken 20 mins before the proposal! Her story was really funny. She said she was so shocked that she had a panic attack when he proposed and she hid under the table! OMG! lol! How cute!!! She's always been so cute :-) He is very lucky to have her! If I'm a guy, I would totally marry her!!! She's awesome :-) :-) Yuli, I'm watching u!! :-P

Once upon a time you met & shared much love & laughter. May your engagement continue the fairy tale Happy Ever After :-)

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Jingle Bells with Christmas Tree and Food!

This year seems to fly by pretty fast! Its December now and Christmas is just around the corner. You hear malls playing christmas carols, christms decorations and lights everywhere, and of course SALE!! I put up my christmas tree like 2 months ago! I know.. pretty kia su! LOL. I just can't wait! I won't be here in Dubai to celebrate Christmas, will be celebrating christmas in Singapore instead :-) :-) yay!!! Here is my half-done Chistmas tree!

Christmas won't be complete without food of course. Learn the best way to carve a turkey this Christmas with Tesco Real Food

The turkey is a staple of most Christmas day meals, but for many, tackling a turkey can be a bit of a struggle. After all, most of us only cook it once a year, and carving for the whole family can be a high pressure situation. At Tesco Real Food we want to make Christmas easy, so this step-by-step video gives you all the tips you need for the big day.

At Tesco Real Food you'll also find over 100 tried and tested Christmas recipes. There are turkey tips, all the trimmings, sauces and accompaniments, plus lots of delicious desserts and party food. You can even find a meal planner to help you plan the perfect festive menu.

The site is also packed with thousands of inspiring, delicious recipes to suit any occasion. Whether customers are looking for a quick mid-week meal for the family or something for a special event, users are sure to find exactly what they're looking for. In addition, a range of step-by-step cooking tips and videos to help improve kitchen skills can be found, as well as healthy eating and cooking with kids sections. To make shopping even easier, every recipe has a ready-made shopping list that can be used to add all the ingredients to the shopping basket in just a few clicks.

Happy cooking and shopping for this Christmas!!! :-)

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Friday, December 3, 2010

with my baby peanut

A night view from the tallest building on Earth- Burj Khalifa!!

I just got back from a night view from the tallest building on Earth - Burj Khalifa!! It was just awesome! I have been in Dubai for 2 years now and I can finally say that I made it to the top. I can cross my "to do list" in Dubai before I leave this country! I never thought to go all the way to the top to the Burj Khalifa because No. 1 - I'm afraid of heights No. 2 - I thought paying AED 400 just to go up is so expensive and it can just wait. My friend, Balee was in town for a few days and we were bringing him around to "tour" Dubai. He suggested that we go all the way to the top and he found out that it was only AED 100 instead of AED400 for the normal admission. yay!!!

Our Ticket to the top!!

Camwhoring while waiting for the lift to take us up!

Spectacular view from the TOP!

Some Facts about Burj Khalifa

World Records

At over 828 metres (2,716.5 feet) and more than 160 stories, Burj Khalifa holds the following records:
• Tallest building in the world
• Tallest free-standing structure in the world
• Highest number of stories in the world
• Highest occupied floor in the world
• Highest outdoor observation deck in the world
• Elevator with the longest travel distance in the world
• Tallest service elevator in the world

For more information on ticketing, pricing and info about Burj Khalifa , go to :-)
Have fun!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Random Ramblings...

Its been a long long time since I've updated my blog. Been so tired and busy.. and by the time I get home, I'm too tired! It's going to be a busy week this week. My friend from Manchester will be coming this week for a few days and the good news is I'm going home! Home sweet home! I'll be going back Malaysia on the 17th till 23rd, and will be spending Christmas in Singapore till the 2nd Jan! AWESOME!!!!!!! Can't wait! I miss my mummy, my friends and food of course!!!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Green & Black's Taste Assistant

Oh my gosh............ chocolates!!! *saliva drooooling* "Its a tough job, and somebody got to do it?" What is he on about? Its the best job in the world! Not really good for the waistline though! I would work for free!

Green & Blacks are offering you the chance to start a new career tasting chocolate, developing new products and helping to approve everything they make.

The successful candidate will have exceptional taste, a knowledge of the food industry and, of course, a passion for chocolate.

Applications will close on the 14th December 2010. After this, Micah and the team will shortlist the individuals they believe to be the best candidates from the applications received to come to Berkeley Square, London for an interview. The individuals that make it through this interview stage will then be given a cookery- based challenge and a final chance to impress the Green & Black's team in January 2011.

Apply now at

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Friday, November 12, 2010

Good Bye Ah Kong.. May You Rest In Peace..

Dear Grandpa,

God looked around his garden And found an empty space;
He then looked down upon this earthAnd saw your tired face.
He put His arms around you And lifted you to rest; God's garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best.
He knew you were in pain,
He knew you might neverGet well upon this earth again.
He saw the road was getting rough And the hills were hard to climb, so He closed your weary eyelidsand whispered 'Peace be thine.'It broke our hearts to lose you, But you never went alone,
For part of us went with you The day God called you home.

I will always miss you grandpa..

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Doritos Presents: Professor Green

Watch Professor Green!! Enjoy!!!

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

First Day of Work!

Today is my first day of work :-) Its been really awesome.. I had free cakes and coffee for meeting :-) :-) hehee!!! and I also had free lunch!! kekeke... First day of work is good, everyone was friendly and helpful. Really enjoying myself! Peanut was a little upset that mummy left him for work. He wanted me to carry him when I came home... poor boy :-( I'm feeling really exhausted.. haven't woke up so early in ages! *yawn* Wish me luck tomorrow! I'm going to wake up tomorrow to make breakfast for Allan and I. Haven't made breakfast for him for a long long time.. hehe! I was too lazy to wake up.. LOL. Night night!

Friday, October 22, 2010

My Dinner Yesterday!

My dinner yesterday!! I made curry potato and chicken and also fried prawns with garlic, chinese wine and flavored salt! its sooo yummy!!!! *no shame*

If a really simple recipe. If you want the recipes, you can go to this site
I will be having dinner at Sheryn and Pete's place later tonight. We are having chicken rice with roasted pork and chicken! Yum!!!!!!!!

Curry Potato and Chicken (mama's style)

Fried prawns with chinese wine,garlic and flavored salt

Tilda's Exclusive Recipe for Chicken Curry

Tilda presents celebrity chef Jo Pratt demonstrating how to cook Chicken Curry.

Whole cumin seeds
mustard seeds
root ginger
green chilli
chicken breast
tomato puree
green pepper
ground coriander
cardamom pods
fresh coriander
Tilda Pure Basmati

1. Toast cumin and mustard seeds till start to pop
2. Transfer and grind it till fine. Add, ground coriander, tummeric, cardamon pods and tomato puree and make it into a paste.
3. Add some oil, add chopped onions, ginger, chopped green chili and garlic and fry till fragrant
4. Add cut chicken and stri. Add some water and cover it. Let it simmer for about 20 mins.
5. Add green pepper and cook for a about 5 mins.
6. Lastly, add coriander. Give it a stir and it done.
7. Best served with basmati rice.


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Jo Pratt Making Fish Cakes Using Tilda Lime and Coriander Steamed Basmati Rice

Im going to try this recipe out next weekend!! Looks easy and yummy!

Tilda legendary basmari rice - Lime & coriander
Fresh Coriander
1cm ginger
Spring onions
Red Chili
Thai green curry Paste
Lightly beaten egg
And some bread crumbs


1. Put Tilda Basmati rice into a big bowl
2. Add chopped spring onions, grated ginger, red chili, white crab meat, lime, egg, coriander, coconut into the bowl.
3. Mix well and shape into fish cakes
4. Coat the fish cakes with bread crumbs
5. Heat oil and fry till brown.
6. Its done! and enjoy!!

Tilda presents celebrity chef Jo Pratt cooking a very quick and simple recipe for fish cakes using Tilda Lime and Coriander Steamed Basmati Rice

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Strip Me Famous - 18 SX!

Strip me Famous - Watch Crystal Peters do her "thinggy" and suprise the judges with a very lasting impression with "pop" from "somewhere" stunt! If you are confused on what I am writting about, well.. i guess you will have to watch the video to understand! LOL! Enjoy the show!

A satirical look at how far reality TV contestants will go in the pursuit of fame that will get pulses racing.

Take a look at how far the next generation of reality TV shows will have to go to trump X-Factor. Instead of hopeful singers auditioning using their vocal talents, we get to see a budding pole dancer as she attempts to strip her way to the 2010 final of Strip Me Famous. Being judged on the length of her Wookiee’s handbag and an umbrella being revealed from a rather unexpected region merely scratch the surface of what you can expect to find in this very funny first episode of Strip Me Famous, with two more episodes still to come.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Be in to win £50,000 with Rollercoaster Extreme !

I have phobia of roller coaster!! I find it hard to deal with high speeds and strong forces. I'm not really afraid of height, but if its on a moving object, hell yeah!!! I will be too afraid to even scream! I'll shut my eyes really tight and start crying!!!

Lucky for those who suffer the roller coaster phobia, you can actually play Barclaycard’s Rollercoaster Extreme game! Its payback time! haha. You could win an iPad, a trip to Las Vegas or £50,000*. Why not join this competition and its not life threatening and also have the chance to win $$ and a trip!

Barclaycard’s Rollercoaster Extreme is now even more exciting. As well as new multiplayer and ghost racing game functionality, we’re now available for download on the iPad! Even better, you can now also be in to win yourself an iPad, a trip to Las Vegas and even £50,000*!

Simply download Barclaycard’s Rollercoaster Extreme game for free, submit your top score to the Barclaycard Rollercoaster Facebook Leaderboard and you could be a big winner! Every month Barclaycard will be giving away an iPad to the player with the highest score for that month. They’ll also be sending the four all-time top scorers on a trip to Las Vegas for the Rollercoaster Extreme game playoffs. Once in Vegas they’ll play each other for the chance to win £50,000 at NYNY Hotel – which has its very own rollercoaster.

To re-cap the new and previous game features:

NEW. Multiplayer functionality, challenge the person next to you on all eight tracks

NEW. Ghost racing mode, try to beat the times of our top racers all over the world

Race around a 3D New York City

Unlock new areas in the game

Interact with the game environment on every ride

Tilt the screen to dodge obstacles or grab speed boosting energisers

Collect special Rollercoaster Extreme rider badges at every level

This new game is inspired by the Barclaycard Rollercoaster TV ad. If you missed it, you can check it out at You’ll also find a demo of game there, so you can see just how fun it is!

*Competition closes 4 January 2011. See terms and conditions.

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Friday, October 15, 2010

Last Oman Run!! yay!!

Today is my last Oman run!! yay!! Its 3.30 am and I just got home! sooooo tired but thank God its my last!! Went over to Sheryn's and Pete's place to have dinner - potluck with some friends :-) We had rice, sambal chicken, noodles, beef rendang, veg curry, chicken curry and vietnamese spring rolls! Yummy! Desert was so lovely! Sheryn made jelly and Joyce made chocolate fudge with sour cream topping.. heaven!

Today I finally met my new friend, Bel and Reiss (not sure how to spell her name) and we went to do our Oman run together. :-) We started our journey at 11pm and came back at 3.30am.

Today I had great food with great friends, met new friends and its my last Oman run! One more good news when I checked my facebook is that Jac finally had delivered her baby boy!! Congratulations Jac and Patrick! Your handsome young boy is sooooo cute *kiss kiss*

Goodnight everyone & sweet dreams!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

I like it in the dark closet :P

Facebook status updates like ‘I like it on the floor’ have left most puzzled, and it seems to be spreading like wildfire. It may sound provocative but the main idea is just part of the latest campaign to raise the profile of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

One of my friends has suggested that we women should do something special on facebook in order to increase awareness of October Breast Cancer Awareness month. It's so easy to do, that I'd love you to join in to make this a memorable online event.

Last year, the idea was to post the colour of the bra you were wearing on facebook...and it left men wondering for days, why women were posting colours, seemingly at random.

This year's game has to do with your handbag/purse, where we put our handbag the moment we get home; for example "I like it on the couch", "I like it on the kitchen counter", "I like it on the dresser". Well u get the idea. Just put your answer as your status (i.e. don't respond to this message, but put it on your status) - and cut n paste this message and forward to all your FB female friends to their inbox.

The bra game made it to the news. Let's get the purse in as well and see how powerful we women really are!!! REMEMBER - DO NOT PUT YOUR ANSWER AS A REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Its a Special Date Today! 101010

What's So Special About the Date 10/10/10?

Most happy couples will tie the knot on 10/10/10 for the novelty factor, and for the ease of remembering their anniversary, presumably, though there are other motivations for celebration.

Once again, the date in question is considered lucky in Chinese culture, because the number 10 represents perfection or completion, according to the "I Ching," an ancient Chinese text.

Numerologists the world over are claiming today, 10/10/10, as the luckiest day in a 100 years. “The row of ‘perfect tens’ symbolises not just a once in a 100 years quirk of the calendar, but a ‘powerful moment of rebirth’,” says a Delhi-based numbers expert.

For me, I just like the number :-) haha!! Haven't been lucky today yet.. Hopefully, today I will pick up $100 dollars when I'm walking down the street  :-)

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Galaxy Tab Official HD Live Demo

My youngest brother had been going on and on about how good this phone is and he claims its better than IPhone!! Now I finally know what he has been talking about ...... haha

This is the first official hands-on video that contains a demonstration of every key feature and benefit of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It also contains information of the most frequently asked features from social networking sites.

Most importantly, it highlights the value proposition of the Galaxy Tab: Advanced Media, Productivity and Communication, and On the Go.

This video doesn't contain any graphic effects.

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WATCH THIS!!! Fact Checkers Unit: Turn Up the Heater with Jon Heder

Jon Heder is shooting a workout video in his home??? Dylan and Russell pay Jon a visit to see if he is really turning up the heat!

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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

I had a haircut today :-)

Finally had my hair cut after 1 year!!!!! My hair was sooooo long  like "ah neh neh". hehe. Been avoiding cutting my hair because salon in Dubai is so expensive. Can't stand anymore.. wasting a lot of shampoo :-P

Went to try out MIYAZAKI Salon and its just awesome :-)

Before - Hair is way toooooo long!!!!
New Look!! Do I look younger?? LOL

Monday, October 4, 2010

MUST WATCH!!! Dating 2.0 - Create your perfect partner!

This is sooooo awesome!!

For girls- Create your puuurrrfect man!!! Girls, happy shopping! haha

For Guys -Create your perfect woman

Welcome to Dating 2.0, the 21st Century way to make a date. We have revolutionised dating, giving you the chance to create your perfect partner... cheekier smile? You've got it. Higher intelligence? You've got it. Come in and explore the amazing options & configure your perfect date today.

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In His Time..

I believe there is God and angels watching over me. He's always been there for me throughout the years. I believe the power of prayers and I believe in miracles. He may not have always answered my prayers instantly and there are times that I doubt God and thought that maybe he doesn't love me anymore because I only come to him when I needed something... but He always answers my prayer.. In His time... but he always gives me more than I ever asked for.

I remember there was an incident- where I was participating in my school choir competition. We were given a silk outfit to wear. My teacher had told us to be extra careful with the outfits because she doesn't have extra. The day of the competition, I ironed my outfit... and guess what.... there's a hole there! I burned it! I was so frantic and I didn't know what to do! I prayed and prayed.. I never prayed so hard in my life! I thought that I would get a miracle from God. Maybe God will make it a dream and I will wake up and nothing had happen. But NO.. that didn't happen! my outfit has a burned hole still... I hop on my bus to school and began praying again.. nothing happen.. its still ruin... continue praying and yet nothing happen.

I reached my school gate, prepared to talk to my teacher and apologise.. and then suddenly I saw my senior (3 years older) and had left the school for further studies. She came over and said hi to me and then I explained to her what happened. She was like , "omg... I was clearing my wardrobe yesterday and I found my choir outfit that was sitting there and haven't return. That's why I'm here today." I say that was God's miracle for me. Why on earth would a senior that had left school decide to return the very same outfit that exact same day and the exact time I was there?  He works in ways we can never imagine.

He has blessed me with so many other things in life. I've been searching for a job that pays me decently for months, I had send my CVs everywhere and yet nothing happen. No calls, no interview. I was feeling bored one day and decided to go on dubizzle just to look for some activities I can do in Dubai, and this job advertisement suddenly pop up. The job requirements fits perfectly to my previous job experience.. I applied, went for interview and got the job! Everything happens when you least expected it!

Today, another miracle happened. I've been looking for my passport photos for months..been searching the whole house. I needed it to give to HR when I start work, and also I didn't want to take a new one because its expensive to take it here and I look good in that passport picture! *shy*. . And I made a silent prayer to God and said "Please help me find what I'm looking for".. the very next moment, I turn around and saw a white envelope in between my book and there it was :-) call it coincidence.. but I'll say this is a miracle.

Just be patient if God has not answered your prayers yet. He has a plan for you and when he does, he'll give you the best and always gives more than you can ask for. Just want to say, thank you God for always being there for me. I Love You. :-)

Saturday, October 2, 2010

I Got the Job!!! Finally!!!

I will be a working woman soon!!!!!!! :-) :-) time to dig out my working outfits!!! I received an email today and they said they are pleased to welcome me on board! I'm so excited!! :-) I'm going to start work on the 24th this month.. feeling really nervous and excited! Its been a while!

I will still be continuing my online business clothing, doing full time job and going to start another side business called Dubli as well. In case you are wondering what is Dubli - its a reverse auction shopping portal for high end, brand new, quality merchandise. You can check out their website for more information. Just google "dubli" and you can go to the site based on your country. I'll write more about it when I get more information :-) It's going to be busy busy busy from now on!

Anyways, I got to go for a walk to the dry cleaners :-) Just thought I'll stopby my blog to share the good news. Thank you all for your support, your prayers and hope you have a great day ahead!!


Friday, October 1, 2010

Some Pictures I Found!

My Mother

My mum is the most beautiful woman in my eyes. She has a small frame, very thick curly wavy hair, her skin is soft like baby (always envied her skin), very kind heart and would do anything for her kids. When we were growing up, I never knew we had very little money. Both my parents are teachers - they were both young and just started their teaching careers. Having 2 girls, my sister and I at that time, only 18 months apart had never been easy. I admire the way my mum tries to give us everything we wanted, even though she has to sacrifice the things she wanted for herself. She is selfless- always thinking about others before herself. I admire her for that, but sometimes I wish she can be a little bit selfish and treat herself better.

Growing up, she has always been there for me.. from school, boys, heartbreaks.. she's always been there no matter what. She is a very cool mum indeed. I remembered her writing "letter of absense" to my teacher because she knew I was too tired and needed rest. (haha) I also remember plotting with her to answer my phone telling the school boys that I'm not home. She's been there when I got my heart broken and she always know the right words to say and she knows how to make me feel better.

She taught me the sense and value of money. She was a role model for me. She didn't have to teach me that, I learn that from observing her.. I know that if she spend on this, then she will have to cut down on the other things. She's always looking at the price before she gets something. I think I got that habit from her! Its a constant sacrifice. She didn't have the privilage to just get whatever she wants (dad was stingy!)

Sometimes I wonder, things changed or people changed? Some parents just don't understand how fast their children are growing up.. parents has always stayed the same, its the kids that change. They tend not to listen to what their parents have to say, they have zero tolerance and they think that their mum just like to nags for the sake of nagging. Parents especially mums will feel that they have been neglected, they lost the sense of closeness or bond that they once had. The more they fight for their child, the more they feel their child are slipping away...

I'm glad that I not only have mum-daughter relationship, but my mum and I are the best of friends. We talked about everything and anything. If you treat your mum like your best friend, then the relationship will always be there. She is the reason I am the woman I am today. I love my mum so much. I promise to take care of you and love you just the way you did for me.

The Carphone Warehouse Eyeopeners- Samsung Wave!

This phone reminds me of PSP. This phone is great and it has all the features you need from gaming, watching videos and of course social networking! If you are totally addicted to games, this phone is perfect for you. Now you can play all the games you want wherever you are!!

Read below for more details!

The breathtaking Samsung Wave will sweep you away into a sea of apps and features. With the world’s first super AMOLED touch screen and a super-fast 1GHz processor; Wave was made for pure media playback, brilliant web browsing and effortless multitasking. The first handset to have Samsung’s new Bada operating system and social hub, Wave is also the first mobile with Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. The Carphone Warehouse Eyeopeners

The stunning Samsung Wave is a mobile technology marvel.

This breathtakingly beautiful handset is the first smartphone to have a super AMOLED high definition display - a curved, tempered glass screen enhanced by mDNIe (mobile Digital Natural Image engine) technology for a free viewing angle even in direct sunlight.

Tap the crystal-clear screen to dive into a sea of possibilities; Wave is the first handset to run the exciting new Samsung Bada operating system and the fun, simple TouchWiz 3.0 interface. There's plenty of room for all your favourite applications on Wave's scrolling 10 page home screen and the 1GHz processor ensures that everything runs smoothly.

TouchWiz 3.0 and Bada bring a whole host of enhancements and innovations, including a handy notifications bar for quick access to connectivity settings, a quick panel for favourite features and an integrated phonebook that syncs with Facebook™ and Twitter™.

Go online via 3G or WiFi to experience high definition web browsing. You can fire off instant messages, update your status, stream video clips, or use one-finger zoom to see web pages in up to 10x detail! You can also visit the new Samsung Apps marketplace, where a wealth of free and paid apps are waiting to be discovered. New content is added daily, ready to be downloaded directly to Wave or to your PC using Samsung Kies software.

Stay in touch via IM, SMS, MMS or email. Wave's ultimate inbox merges every message into one communications stream; so you can easily see who sent what and when. The new Ticker widget lets you read and reply to messages with one click and there's a full screen virtual QWERTY for firing off emails or IMs. A multiple email client handles your Microsoft Exchange, Gmail™, Yahoo™ and MSN accounts.

New to Samsung phones, the Buddies Now widget provides real-time access to your favourite contacts, right from your home screen. The all-in-one calendar supports 2-way sync with Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo, Google and Facebook; it pulls across all your events and meetings to make one clear overview of your day.

Samsung Wave has a generous 2GB of Onboard Memory; more than enough to store your app collection. You can also enhance its memory with a microSD card up to 32GB, and turn this state-of-the-art smartphone into your own personal entertainment centre.

Enjoy your multimedia more with Wave's HD music and video player, which supports seamless video streaming and 720p HD video decoding! Virtual 5.1 surround sound transforms your mobile into an advanced entertainment centre and there's an integrated FM radio with broadcast recording to keep you in tune with the newest hits.

From a 5 Megapixel camera and HD video recorder to Assisted GPS navigation, Samsung Wave has every advanced mobile feature you could need to enjoy your day-to-day.

'NOKIA N8 - The Carphone Warehouse eye openers

This phone is awesome if you are always on the go and you don't have to carry a phone and camera because this phone camera is fantastic!

Read below for more details!

Discover the Nokia N8 - an amazing smartphone that lets you take stunning photos, capture true HD movies and play them all back on your HDTV! Nokia N8 is the first phone to have a large 12 Megapixel camera lens and Carl Zeiss Optics, for flawless photo quality. It also bosts a HD video recorder and HDMI out, so you can be the movie maker, and share movie time with family and friends on your HD TV. The brilliant touchscreen and sleek aluminium casing are just what you'd expect from such an impressive phone, and with apps, maps and more to delve into, the Nokia N8 is easily one of this year's most exciting phones. It's exclusive to The Carphone Warehouse in silver. The Carphone Warehouse eye openers -

Discover what you can do with the new Nokia N8 - a powerful phone with amazing photo and video features.

Nokia N8 has the largest camera sensor of any phone to date, and a high-quality 12 Megapixel lens complete with Carl Zeiss Optics and a Xenon flash. You can take flawless photos and record HD videos of your favourite people and places, then post your pictures and movies straight to Facebook™, or show them off on your HDTV - as the N8 has a HDMI port.

Tap into apps, maps and more, via the N8's 3.5 inch (640 x 360 pixel) OLED touchscreen. This crystal-clear display is the biggest, highest resolution screen seen on any Nokia device, and it even has a 16:9 aspect ratio for flawless movie playback and better web browsing.

The world's first Symbian^3 smartphone, Nokia N8 is full of exciting features, apps and innovations. It's incredibly easy to stay in touch, as the N8's Twitter™ and Facebook™ applications are connected all day long, keeping you up-to-date with all the latest happenings in each of your networks. You can stay signed in to multiple instant messenger and email accounts, have several IM chats at once, and see all your texts in conversations.

Nokia N8 is all about entertainment. You can browse the whole web and watch flash videos online, store your favourite HD movies on the 16GB internal memory or on a microSD card (up to 32GB), and even enjoy on-demand Web TV, on your mobile phone! The exclusively customised BBC iPlayer app lets you catch up on your favourite BBC shows, and you can access TV channels online, from CNN to Paramount, and never miss out on your favourite shows.

With free Ovi Maps forever and voice-guided navigation, the Nokia N8 will help you to find your way in over 70 countries worldwide. Turn by turn, by car or on foot. The 3D landmarks point out places of interest, and Lonely Planet and Michelin apps reveal information about your destination that you never knew.

The Nokia N8 is a high definition entertainment centre, 3D gaming device, digital camera and smartphone rolled into one. It's not all of this impressive technology that matters though; it's what you choose to do with it.

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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Our Dinner Today. Theme : Eat like a King!

This is our dinner today- Mango Curry and Hot Pot!! I wonder why my friends always complain that I aways make them hungry... :P

Mango Curry

Hot Pot!!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Question - What Do U See??

Let's play a game! What do you see in this picture? Something Naughty, ginger perhaps or some roots?? Answers will be revealed at the end of the week! Sunday - 3rd October! Happy Guessing!!! :-)

It's a YUMMY day!!

I'ts surprising how I can wake up really early when it comes to food! Been waking up 8.30 in the morning for 2 days now! Yesterday I had a call from my vietnamese friend, Thuy that she will be coming over to my place to pass me mooncakes (yay!) and Allan was getting ready to go to work and he was suprised to see me up and brushing my teeth! haha! He is just amazed (but not suprised,of course) that I would wake up for food *blush* There I was, getting ready earlier than him and waiting for my mooncake to arrive! (we finished the mooncake that night itself) Thuy came over and we had a long chit chat, had breakfast and catch up on things because she had gone back Vietnam for a month and I haven't seen her in a while. That night she messaged me and ask whether I would like to join her for coffee the next day.. and of course I said yes!! So, here I am again waking up early today :-) haha! We had breakfast a Columbia Cafe (food sucks), I met 2 other vietnamese friend and a hot filipino mama. Thuy and I decided to drive all the way to Dragon Mart for hotpot and use up our AED180 worth of vouchers that we collected so far! We went there, had too much food (we were so hungry that we ate too fast) and I decided to pack for Allan (who has been sulking that he wanted to follow us but he can't get off work) hehe. I came back, dig out our steamboat pot (thanks to Allan's mum who carried all the way from Singapore for us) and had our nice little hotpot session :-) its is just AWESOME!! chilis and garlic floating!! It kinda scared out housemates looking at it!

It's just a YUMMY day today. I'm popping choco pops in my mouth while typing this blog :-)

I hope you had a yummy day today too!!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Very Productive Day!!! :-)

Oh gosh.. I'm sooooo tired!! Just had my dinner and showered. Today was a really productive day. Cleaned the room, organised the cupboards, went grocery shopping, cook assam fish and kangkung, showered Peanut.. list goes on and on...

Here's my dinner!!! :-) :-)

Assam Fish with tomatoes and okra

Kangkung Belacan

I'll upload the recipe soon. Too tired to do anything now. I'll end the rest of the night with a glass of Baileys, watching TV and spending time with my 2 favorite boys :-)

What a great way to start the weekend :-)

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Busy day Tomorrow

I'm sitting here drinking my favorite bailey. I think I only had a few sips so far and I'm  feeling kinda blur and sleepy now. I'm a lousy drinker. My hong kong friend  said that I'm a cheap date *blush* We went to a club for ladies night and I only need 1 beer to last me for 4 hours! haha! *blush* My face gets really red and then I feel extremely sleepy. lol.

Tomorrow will be a busy day! I need to go carrefour and get some groceries. I'm going to make Assam Fish and fried belacan kangkung tomorrow.. *drolls* Need to buy okra, tomatoes, dried chilis.. can't think right now! LOL. I'll try to upload the recipe if I have the time in my food blog I'm not a good cook but I try to learn because I do not have the privilage of paying RM5 and eat what I love in Malaysia! I miss my spicy food.. assam laksa, char koey teow, pan mee, fish head noodles, nasi lemak and the list goes on! Chinese food in Dubai is not as good as back home of course and needless to say, its really expensive to eat out. So, I'm learning to cook! yay! Vyn can cook! Check it out! haha

I will have to clear the room downstairs as well. A friend will be staying with us for a couple of months. Need to move all the boxes and make room for him. It will be a busy busy day tomorrow :-) Hope I'm not too drunk tonight! hehe. Good night everybody.

Good night mummy.I had fun chatting with you on facebook. I love you.. sweet dreams. Miss you so much.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Buy Moon Cake in Dubai!!

I was browsing through the net and I found this :-)

Not sure how good it will taste or how expensive it will cost! hehe. If anyone goes and try, let me know whether its good! haha

Where to buy mooncakes
Want to taste them for yourself? Try these Dubai-based venues

China Club: This popular venue will be serving lotus and pineapple-flavoured mooncakes to mark the festival.

Radisson Blu, Dubai Deira Creek (04 205 7333)

Long Yin: Head to this friendly restaurant for traditional lotus-seed varieties.

Le Méridien Dubai, Garhoud (04 217 0000)

China Sea: The language barrier meant we couldn’t quite make out what flavour will be on offer here, but ask for ‘yuebing’ (yoo-air-bing) and you’ll find out for yourself.

Al Maktoum Street, Deira (04 295 9816)

By Oliver Robinson

Time Out Dubai, 15 September 2010

Job Interview

I went for a job interview today! I was so nervous I coudn't sleep.. and in the morning, I couldn't eat. hehe. So stress!! My job interview was at 2pm. I called the cab around 9am and told the cab driver to come and pick me up at 12.40pm (way early). lol. You never know, Dubai cab drivers are unreliable at times and I cannot afford to be late especially for interviews! A friend of mine called the cab once, cab driver got lost and came like 2 hours late! So better be safe than sorry. At 12 pm, I showered, drank a cup of coffee, had a tiny bite on my toasted peanut butter and jam bread, and guess what! Its 12.30pm and the phone rang! Cab driver came early!! So, I rushed .. put on a suit, grab my bag and ran downstairs.. there he was! Too early!! I was asking him to drive slowy because I know that I will be there really really early!

It so weird that I am being interviewed 3 times today. 1st interview, was the cab driver with his Pakistani accent "So madam, where are u from?", "what job are u looking?", "How long have you been in Dubai?", "where do you work before this?" He even told me, "Don't worry. I have a feeling you will get the job". So funny and kind of him. I reached the office building and gave my cabby a tip :-) Its 12.50pm! My interview is at 2pm! Gosh, what am I going to do!

I went in the building, I didn't want to go to the office too early (didn't want to look too desperate), so I walked around the building and have a tour. Its an interesting place. It has restaurants and cafes downstairs and the offices are all upstairs. I went to subway and bought myself a bottle of mineral water :-) Its luch time and the seats are all occupied. So I went to sit at the lobby just to kill time. 2 guys came and sat opposite from where I was sitting and started making conversations and of course it ended out like an interview! "So, I haven't seen you around here", "What brings you here?", " How long have u been in Dubai?" etc etc.blah blah blah...

Its 1.45pm and I went up to the 18th floor and finally meet with my interviewer! By that time, I wasn't feeling nervous anymore (thanks to my previous warming up interviews sessions!) LOL. Halfway through the interview, I can hear my stomach rumbling (hungry!!!) hehe, It was making weird noises *shy* but the interview went really well. He said that I was the last and the best candidate he interviewed so far. So hopefully I wil get an offer letter soon! *fingers crossed*

The perks are really good, I will get a visa sponsored by the company (yay!! no more Oman runs), 20 days paid leave, annual ticket back to my home country, flexible working hours (as long as its 8 hours per day) and the best of all, I will be a working woman again!! I can now wear my burried working outfits and shoes!

Today is a very good day indeed. Its the "Mooncake Festival" and also its Aimee's Birthday! Happy Birthday Aimee & May your dreams come true :-)

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Job Interview Tomorrow!!

I got a job interview tomorrow! I'm so happy and nervous at the same time! Its been a while since I actually have someone interviewing me. I'm a nervous wreck. I can't handle the pressure and I really don't know how to "sell" myself. For me, actions speak louder than words. They will know what kind of employee I am once I start working but first, I need to pass the interview! gosh...

I'm having my tom yum noodles to destress myself.! haha. Just have to pass this and it will be over! Vyn!! you can do it!!! If I pass this, I won't have to go through Oman run anymore (yay!), I'll be having my own income (double yay) , I will be able to pay for my brother's education and provide my mum a better and comfy life. (tripple yay).

Wish me luck tomorrow. *fingers crossed*

My Best Friend's Wedding

Congratulations my soulmate!! Hope you have a wonderful life with your hubby and please pop out loads of babies!!!

Love is patient, Love is kind,
It does not envy, it does not boast,
It is not proud, It is not rude,
It is not self-seeking,
It is not easily angered,
It keeps no record of wrongs.

Love does not delight in evil,
but rejoices with the truth.
Love always protects, always trusts,
always hopes, always perseveres.

Love bears all things, believes all things,
hopes all things, endures all things.
Love never ends.

L o v e N e v e r F a i l s.

Corinthians 13 : 4 - 8

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Monday, September 20, 2010

The Explaination of Life

On the first day, God created the dog and said:

'Sit all day by the door of your house and bark at anyone who comes in or walks past. For this, I will give you a life span of twenty years.'

The dog said: 'That's a long time to be barking. How about only ten years and I'll give you back the other ten?'

So God agreed.

On the second day, God created the monkey and said:

'Entertain people, do tricks, and make them laugh. For this, I'll give you a twenty-year life span.'

The monkey said: 'Monkey tricks for twenty years? That's a pretty long time to perform. How about I give you back ten like the Dog did?'

And God agreed.

On the third day, God created the cow and said:

'You must go into the field with the farmer all day long and suffer under the sun, have calves and give milk to support the farmer's family. For this, I will give you a life span of sixty years.'

The cow said: 'That's kind of a tough life you want me to live for sixty years.. How about twenty and I'll give back the other forty?'

And God agreed again.

On the fourth day, God created humans and said:

'Eat, sleep, play, marry and enjoy your life. For this, I'll give you twenty years.'

But the human said: 'Only twenty years? Could you possibly give me my twenty, the forty the cow gave back, the ten the monkey gave back, and the ten the dog gave back; that makes eighty, okay?'

'Okay,' said God, 'You asked for it.'

So that is why for our first twenty years we eat, sleep, play and enjoy ourselves. For the next forty years we slave in the sun to support our family.. For the next ten years we do monkey tricks to entertain the grandchildren.. And for the last ten years we sit on the front porch and bark at everyone.

Life has now been explained to you.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Moon Cake Festival

Its the Moon Cake Festival again!!! My friend's facebook status about eating mooncakes and playing "tang lung" - laterns are killing me!

The Moon festival (also called the Mooncake or Mid-Autumn festival) will  fall on September 22nd in the year 2010. What is the Moon festival? Every year on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar, when the moon is at its maximum brightness for the entire year, the Chinese celebrate "zhong qiu jie.

This is the festival where you will see mooncakes and lanterns selling everywhere!! They come in so many varieties and shapes! They come in many flavors as well - but my ultimate flavor is the Lotus! yummy yum yum!! Its really delicious! Some mooncake may have one or more whole salted egg yolks in its centre to symbolise the full moon.

In case you don't know what a mooncake looks like, these are some pictures .. I'm drooling right now!

The traditional moon cake has red bean paste or lotus paste filing with the option of salted egg yolk stuffed inside.

Aren't they the cutest looking thing?  Photos by @Sparklette

Jelly Mooncake!

They are sold in beautifully packed wooden boxes. Its the perfect gift for family and friends. It also symbolizes wealth and prosperity . They even have ice cream mooncakes!!

I just love this time of the month. The town/ city will be lighted especially in my hometown, Taiping where we will go the the Taiping Lake Gardens and carry our lighted tanglungs there. Its just breathtaking! I wish I'm back home.. :-( *sobs*

If anyone of you reading my blog knows where I can get mooncakes in Dubai, please please drop me a message. hehe. It will be awesome! 

Happy Mooncake Festival!!

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Best Hot Pot in Dubai - Xiao Fei Yang "Little Mongolian Sheep"

Went for Hot Pot today.. yay!! *jumps* So happy and satisfying.. hehe. Its just the best! Been craving for it for sooooo long! They closed during the whole month of Ramadhan and I finally had the chance to eat there today! A Vietnamese friend of mine introduced this place to me and ever since the first trip there, I had been like a hot pot addict. PERIOD. This is our girl's favorite lunch spot now because all of us got so hooked to this place.

If you love spicy stuff, this is AWESOME! Its different from the typical steamboat I had  in Malaysia, Thailand or Singapore. Back home, its always tom yum or clear soup. But this place, the soup is just fantastic! It taste like herbal soup but a spicy version - you can see chilis and garlic literally floating! No joke! But if you can't handle the chilis - you can choose the option of the non-spicy soup. It taste just as good.

We ordered both Spicy Soup! Sorry I forgot to take the proper picture- looks so messy!!
 Was too hungry and busy eating  *blush*

How to get there?

The only problem with this place its really far. Its worth the trip! Its located in International City just behind Dragon Mart. When u see the first roundabout, turn  left. Go straight and look for Building No B03. Its somewhere around there. (sorry I'm really bad in giving instructions) haha. Be sure you go to the correct shop. There's another place that has the same name (slightly different) also a hotpot restaurant so make sure you see this sign on the shop :-) Its a cute little face of a sheep.
Bldg No:B03, China
Tel: 04 4327211

What to expect when you are there?

Just order the soup of your choice, order whatever you want on the menu - they have selections of beef, chicken, mushrooms, lotus, vegetables, meat balls, u name it!

Let the soup boil - add whatever you want the eat in the soup and let it cook for a bit, and ENJOY!!

The waitress doesn't really speak much English and doesn't really understand half the word you are saying so just be patient with them or just point which items you want. I tried communicating with them with my oh-so-broken Mandarin. *shy* At least they got my orders correctly! haha.

If you are in Dubai and you are craving for something spicy, then you should check this place out! Just be prepared to have a free chili / soup facial when you are eating :-) hehe. You will know what I mean.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Back from Oman.. yet again.

Its 1.30 am now.. just got back from Oman an hour ago. So tired! Went to Oman to renew my visa again. DAMMIT!!! Almost 4 hours drive back and forth. Poor Allan.. I'm sitting in the passenger sit and I feel so restless and tired. hehe. Why am I complaining? I'm not the one driving! hehe *shy*

How do I renew my Dubai visa? Well, every 40 days, we drive 2 hours to the border of Oman. Get the exit stamp from Dubai. Fill out a tiny white and blue piece of form, pay AED60 and get an entry and exit stamp from Oman. Drive back to the border heading towards Dubai, get an entry stamp for 40 days and drive back another 2 hours. How fun. Its a long drive just to get a stamp that takes less than 2 minutes to stamp!

I really hope I don't have to do these visa runs after I get a job here *fingers crossed* So tired now.. Going to zzz because we have a morning appointment tomorrow with the Mercedes dealer to test drive their car. hehe. Not buying but just to drive for fun. haha. Then around 1pm, we will be meeting Allan's Thai friends for lunch at "xiao fei yang" or Little Sheep. It has the best hot pot in Dubai! It taste sooooooooo good that you will dream of it the next day! One of Allan's friend will be bring me my tom yum noodles from Thailand!!! Yay! So happy!! Been craving for it... my pama tom yum noodles... I will see u tomorrow :-)

Good night and sweet dream everyone :-)

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


I'm so excited! My adik angkat - Chew said he found a job for me!! He had a talk with a friend of his, a Malaysian boss and he said he would hire me provided I get my own visa. But how?? In Dubai, the only way you can get a visa is when a company sponsors you. This doesn't makes much sense :-( I guess companies now are going through cost savings and do not want any fuss and hassle of applying for their employee's visa. Companies in Dubai are hiring people who has their own visa (under spouse/ or family visa)  .. and I'm VISALESS :-( its just so hard.. I'm tired of going for Oman trips every 40 days just to do my visa. Its a 4 hours drive back and forth- the whole day will be wasted. Not to mention the time, the transportation and poor Allan has to drive me. I feel bad for him.

I just hope and pray that I will be able to negotiate the terms with him. I'm going to ask him to make an exception for me, I'll take a pay cut and pay for my own visa if this is what it takes to get the job. (pretty desperate huh) After all, he's a Malaysian. So maybe *fingers crossed* he'll help.

I have to do another visa run in a few days time. Gosh.. I really hate this feeling. I feel like an illegal immigrant or "bangla" here. Please God... give me a job soon.

Dream Interpretion

Why do we dream? No one actually knows why people dream. Is it your sub conscious way of telling you something that you might ignore or forgot during the day? Is it because you have buried your emotions so deep that the mind has a way of letting it go?

Do you know that five minutes after the end of the dream, half the content is forgotten. After ten minutes, 90% is lost. Sometimes you can remember bits and pieces, but sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you just can't remember a thing!

I woke up really early today because of a dream. I dreamt that my teeth are falling out! I had to find out what does it means! I googled and I came across this website I ended up reading and browsing through the meaning and interpretation of my most common dreams- Teeth Dreams, Chase Dreams,Test/Exam Dreams and Falling Dreams.

Teeth Dreams

Dreams of falling teeth are the most common dreams that Dream Moods receives. According to this site, the typical dream scenarios include having your teeth crumble in your hands, fall out one by one with just a light tap, grow crooked or start to rot.

Basically this means that I might have anxieties about my appearances and how others might perceive me.Its all about feeling rejected or afraid of being embarrassed. According to this site, teeth symbolize power. And the loss of teeth in your your may be from a sense of powerlessness. LOL! yes.. I do feel powerless! It also symbolizes that I'm having difficulties expressing myself or getting my point across. I'm feeling frustrated when my voice is are not being heard! Maybe that's why I'm having these dreams.. I tend to keep my frustrations and feelings bottled up :-(

Chase Dreams

I got these kind of dreams once in a while. I'll dream that I am running from something but my legs just won't move!! Basically, this dreams signifies how you respond to pressure and cope with fears, stress or various situations in your walking life. Instead of confronting the situation, your dream indicates that you have a tendency to run away and avoid the issue. Also means that you feel threaten and insecure in the environment you are in. TRUE. I tend to have this dreams when I'm feeling insecure especially when I first moved to Dubai. I feel like I don't belong here.. my friends and family and not here.. I lost my career... and feeling really useless at times.

According to this site-

"The pursuer or attacker who is chasing you in your dream may also represent an aspect of yourself. Your own feelings of anger, jealousy, fear, and possibly love, can manifest itself as the threatening figure. Or the shadowy figure can symbolize the rejected characteristics of your Self. You may be projecting these feelings onto the unknown chaser. Next time you have a dream of being chased, turn around and confront your pursuer. Ask them why they are chasing you. What are you trying to run from?"

Am I suppose to talk to myself in my dreams? hehe I'll try that next time!

Test Dreams.

This is a funny one. I dreamt that I woke up late for my exams and I was crying because I was so late and I might just fail my exams! When I woke up, I laugh and told myself, my studying life really screwed my head up! I'm still having nightmares about it!

According to this site

"These dreams usually have to do with your self-esteem and confidence or the lack of. You tend to believe in the worst about yourself and are often overly worried that you are not making the grade and measuring up to other people's expectations of you. You may also experience the fear of not being accepted, not being prepared, or not being good enough. Test dreams also suggest that you are feeling unprepared for a challenge. Rarely, these dreams are about the actual content of the test, but rather it is more about the process and how you feel during the exam taking process. These feelings often parallel how you are actually feeling in a particular challenge or situation in your waking like."

I believe this is true to a certain extend. I often put too much pressure on myself. I care about what people think. I hate to be judge. I do believe in the worst in myself (not healthy, I know) because I always think that whatever I do is not good enough. I'm not sure why I always had this feelings. My parents never ever put any pressure on me, maybe I'm a Virgo, maybe I'm a perfectionist. Whatever the reason is, I need to believe in myself.

Falling Dreams

Have u ever dreamt that you are actually falling? Its a funny feeling like you somehow fall from your bed but you are actually on your bed!

This site suggest that

"As with most common dream themes, falling is an indication of insecurities, instabilities, and anxieties. You are feeling overwhelmed and out of control in some situation in your waking life. This may reflect the way you feel in your relationship or in your work environment. You have lost your foothold and keep up with the hustle and bustle of daily life. When you fall, there is nothing that you can hold on to. You more or less are forced toward this downward motion without any control. This lost of control may parallel a waking situation in your life.

Falling dreams also often reflect a sense of failure or inferiority in some circumstance or situation. It may be the fear of failing in your job/school, loss of status, or failure in love. You feel shameful and a lost sense of self-esteem You are unable to keep up with the status quo and feel that you don't measure up."


Gosh.. after seeing these interpretations, I think I really have self issues to work on! I need to work on my insecurities and my feelings. Don't want to have these dreams ever again!! I'm going to work on the way I think, the way I feel and do something about it and not just feeling sorry for myself. When there's a will, there is a way. If you don't try, you never know. I believe dreams do tell you something about yourself.  To all the dreamers out there, pay close attention to your dreams. Its the your sub-conscious way of communicating with you. Its telling you to do something about whatever issues u have and find a way to resolve it. I know I will. Who knows, I might be dreaming of chocolates and candies once I confronted my issues :-)

Monday, September 13, 2010


Question - Why do mean crave attention from other girls even though they are in a relationship? Is it because they find it exciting, is it to feed their ego or is it just to make them feel alive? I'm totally quizzical. They may seem like a loyal guy and treats you well but when you are not around, they are total jerks. They secretly calls, e-mail and message their "admirers", their long time lovers.. why do men have to play with fire? They don't want to lose the relationship but still could not help themselves when it comes to other woman. When their woman finds out, they will wiggle their way out of the lie and expect the woman to actually believe what they are saying. Do woman look that stupid to you? Don't insult us. We are smarter than we want you to think.

One lie after another. How much can one take? Love is love. But a heart can only be hurt that much. Woman can be soft hearted, forgive you and take you back. But once you push her too hard, enough is enough. No matter what you do or beg for her forgiveness, all you can see in her eyes is hurt, hate and betrayal. Don't push your luck.

Peanut my baby

Isn't he the cutest? :-)

Sunday, September 12, 2010


Woke up really early today.. feeling really homesick. I miss my family, i miss my girlfriends, i miss everything close to home.. i miss the food... yes.. foood... things that i use to take forgranted by not eating more! hehe. Never knew I would miss everything about home. Its such an irony how I used to imagine living abroad, how "cool" it would be and how exciting it would make me feel. But the FACT is that its not easy. There's an emptiness I feel. Feel soooo lonely at times and I'll just cry myself to sleep. :-( *sobs* The grass on the other side is not always greener. Its true.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Selling Grapes

It's been a long time since I've work.. gosh... when was the last time I worked? Jan 2009... I've been bumming for quite some time now...

I've been looking for a job in Dubai for quite some time now.. the first few months, I was actively looking for a job.. and then my hopes got lower and lower.. I'm soooo demotivated. Looking for a job as Malaysian here is not easy. Searching for a job here is really hard because lower level jobs are mainly for Filipinos and Indians and they pay really low and on the other hand, jobs for higher level jobs they require "Western educated" and also Arabic speaking! As a Malaysian, I'm stuck between the 2 ! I can't believe how racist they are even on the recruitment page! they will even specify the race they want for the job! only indians or Filipino will be considered, only arabic speaking candidates, only westerners can apply.. etc!

I really feel so useless at home sometimes. BORED!!! I'm always on facebook refreshing my page to see what's up with people, clicking on the links, pictures, videos.. gosh... I seriously need a life!! I miss waking up early in the morning, dressing up to work - wearing a work suit and high heels, sitting in my office, answering emails and having lunch with my colleagues, staying up in office till its 11 pm and cursing my work! (The "past ME" would kill the "future ME" for saying this. hehe)

Hopefully I will get a job soon. I promise I wont be fussy about the pay anymore (as long as they pay me decently of course, but I would definitely not work for free! Please please give me a job so that I can pay for my holidays and buy loads of bags... I <3 shopping.....

Monday, August 30, 2010

Emo Day

Feeling really emo right now. Listening to music fullblast and fcuk with the world! Why must everything be so fcuk up and complicated?? Do u really think I'm that stupid? I'm just gonna sit here and let u talk bullshit to me? who do u think I am? whatever.. I'll just continue minding my own goddamn business and u do what u want.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Dear God..

Death is nothing else but going home to God, the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity. Mother Teresa

I'll be flying off to Singapore for a funeral in 7 hours time. Allan's aunt passed away after losing her fight with leukemia. I've never met or know her but my heart sanks when I heard the news. I'm not good in dealing with losses especially when it comes to my love ones.. The only funeral I attended was my great grandmother's funeral and it broke my heart.. I remembered crying my heart out and I felt a sense of loss and emptiness inside knowing that I will never see her smile or laugh again or just kissing me on the forehead and said, "cucu gua dah besar"..

I know that she is in heaven and she is in God's hand and that she is happy.. and I hope she still remembers me when I meet her there one day.

I pray that God will bless my family and protect them from any harm. Please don't ever take my family away from me. Please keep them safe..

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Random thoughts..

Let me put this in words, there are many occasion we as human being take things so personal, at times too deep whether at work or just simply personal, u may ask why, simply stick to the fact that we are just human and we have feelings, love, pain, anger, sad and whatsoever.

Sometimes, just sometimes perhaps for most people all the time, we tend to regret and wish to turn back the hand of time to fix the wrong things right… it’s casual to have such thoughts, it’s also bothering.

I’m 26 this year, when I look back at my series of life, I wander upon the brick of wall in front of me…surrounding me, what have I achieved? Not so much in material and career aspect but more towards pursuing my happiness and hopes of having my own family. Does it worth it? Am I certain that the choices I make is right? Will I ever be certain that I will achieve what I hope and dream? What would happen if all of my dreams and hopes are crushed? What if things go wrong?... I ask myself that question over and over again.. will I regret my decisions? I know what I'm doing... This is the path I choose to walk into and I believe in love. No matter how insane it sounds. But I just have faith that everything is going to turn out just fine.

There are people we miss but we will never be able to meet them or touch them anymore, perhaps we could, only through the sensation of thoughts lay in our mind heart. What does life means to you? Does it mean to live and achieve something material? Driving a nice car? Living in a nice house? Or measure in the sense of what you have? Let me ask a question here; when you are down is there someone that you can rely on? To speak to? Understand you, listen to you, hold in their arms and whisper in your ear that everything is ok? If no, then you are successful? For me, living is not measured in the context of materialization but living only can be meaningful shall you be able to live an impact in someone’s life, so strong that your name and your spirit will live within them and that they will pass this on from generation to generation and make this world a better place for every face we once know and for every smile that we miss…

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Flower Heart

Why do woman always suspect that their man is always cheating on them? Is it because their insecurities.. is it about trust issues or is it simply because the man is actually cheating on them? Woman wants attention all the time, no question about it. We don't expect to be pampered all the time (because we know that wouldn't happen anyways) , we just need some attention.. just a small gesture that can actually meant the world... like complimenting the way u look after spending the whole day in the saloon, or simply a simple phone call or message from office to tell u how much he means to u. Men just don't get it.. they don't understand why woman is always such an emotional creatures. There is a reason why they say, Men are from Mars and Woman are from Venus. We are from the same planet, but the way we think.. the way we feel, its really not the same.. and its really frustrating sometimes and yet we cant live without the other.

A friend told be that it is okay for a men to be flirtatious. She said it is in their nature to "chase" and you should let your man do that as long as he knows his boundaries and knows when to come home. I ask myself, how? Is it really okay? or is it normal at all? Am I the only one who thinks that is it wrong? Maybe I'm a conservative type of person in a relationship. I believe that once you are commited to the person, then its just the two of us in the picture. I still believe in my happily ever after story.. but the world doesn't seem to agree with me anymore..