Saturday, March 27, 2010

A drop by....

Again, it's been a little while since the last post.

Got myself a new job. Not confirm

Currently, wedding plannings are overwhelming especially when you're a bad decision maker.

Got a pair of his & hers on the US Army outfits. Love it!!

Uncertainties...yet not worried. Really thanking God for that.

God, things can just go round and round and I may be busy chasing after all these things that will fade away soon. Help me not to go astray and keep on running back to the Father. You're the source of all strength, joy, and peace. Who can compare to You, my Lord!


Thursday, February 04, 2010


After a long silence and promised to update my blog frequently, Im back. Guess that I failed to keep my word for updating blog.

So many things running through my head right now. The melancholy part of me keeps me awake like a free caffeine particles running in my brain cells. I guess my sanguine and choleric side of me is snoring soundly. It's the second night in the week I have insomnia, thinking about all the wedding preparations.

First, happens when Tim and I were talking about the wedding budget and the band. Secondly, tonight, after a conversation with Nick through MSN. The creative juice valve has just been opened at the wrong timing. I'll try not to have too much coffee during the day. Nowadays, I can easily go up to 5 cups of coffee per day. Since I started my training in SESCO, all we do is eat and sit, eat and sit. We have 2 tea breaks per day.

I really really thank God for having so many people helping out and giving good offers for the wedding. This should put me to ease and not to worry so much. Yes, I dont worry. But I think too much. Not of the "what ifs" but more of "I wanna do this, I wanna do that". I realised that I tend to overdo things. It's actually the sanguine weakness. We like to overdo stuffs. I guess my 'sanguinity' is not asleep at all. It's the combination of the weak sanguine and strong melancholy that's gonna cause me having panda eyes tomorrow.

Hoping to sleep,

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Firefox Is Embarassed

I find this amusing... hehe...

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Who doesn't love Cookie Monster???

I do!! :D


Monday, October 26, 2009

Finally, Good News for Coffee Drinker


Study shows a few cups of coffee a day keep liver disease at bay
Posted: 22 October 2009 0714 hrs

WASHINGTON - Researchers in the United States have found another good reason to go to the local espresso bar: several cups of coffee a day could halt the progression of liver disease, a study showed Wednesday.

Sufferers of chronic hepatitis C and advanced liver disease who drank three or more cups of coffee per day slashed their risk of the disease progressing by 53 percent compared to patients who drank no coffee, the study led by Neal Freedman of the US National Cancer Institute (NCI) showed.

For the study, 766 participants enrolled in the Hepatitis C Antiviral Long-Term Treatment against Cirrhosis (HALT-C) trial -- all of whom had hepatitis C which had not responded to treatment with anti-viral drugs -- were asked to report how many cups of coffee they drank every day.

The patients were seen every three months during the 3.8-year study and liver biopsies were taken at 1.5 and 3.5 five years to determine the progression of liver disease.

"We observed an inverse association between coffee intake and liver disease progression," meaning patients who drank three or more cups of java were less likely to see their liver disease worsen than non-drinkers, wrote the authors of the study, which will be published in the November issue of Hepatology.

The researchers put forward several ways in which coffee intake might protect against liver disease, including by reducing the risk of type two diabetes, which has been associated with liver illness; or by reducing inflammation, which is thought to cause fibrosis and cirrhosis of the liver.

Even caffeine, the chemical that gives a cup of coffee its oomph, came under the spotlight, having been found in previous studies to inhibit liver cancer in rats.

But drinking black or green tea, which also contain caffeine, had little impact on the progression of liver disease, although there were few tea drinkers in the study.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), three to four million people contract hepatitis C each year.

Seventy percent of cases become chronic and can cause cirrhosis or liver cancer.

Therefore, I wont feel bad about being a vivid coffee drinker. Haha!

Coffee Drinker,

Friday, October 02, 2009

Pretty In White

Got to know this through Ian's page. They have nice wedding gown packages... So, ya, according to the planner, I should starting hunting for gowns now.. hehehhehee

I guess, for the time being, I'll be posting a lot on wedding preparation. A well known fact, weddings are expensive. So, if you notice there's Adsense from Google on the sidebar, that is one of our avenue to have extra in our pockets on the weddings. It doesn't pays much unless there's a lot clicks on our URL. I think since yesterday, with one post, we have 3 clicks and we earn USD$0.50. You will be doing a big favor just by clicking on my URL everyday! =)

I've started exercising. So, instead of buying weights, im lifting 1.5 litres of water (in which I think is equivalent to 1.5kg) while doing squats. Im basically wanting to get rid of my flabby arms and thighs. And also to loose a few kgs as well... perhaps 5-6kgs with 3-4 more months to go. I wanna look good during the photoshoots too. Dont, I?

Lots to do,

Thursday, October 01, 2009


If u know the movie "Made of Honor" u know what's the abbreviation is about. I got one of my best friend to be my MOH, which i call her moh moh (foochow means hair) hehe... I couldn't ask for better MOH than her that I ever know (since I only have one MOH). Im so touched! This is what she did for me over her Raya holiday for me.


Thanks so much!!