Thursday, August 09, 2007


Hahha... love the word bloggerlings...maybe in the latter years we'll all be called "The Bloggerlings" instead of humanoids...hehe.. okok... just crapping...

So how's me? hmm... not too bad... did i mention i pass my probation? well its by God's grace again... as one of the under averagely rated staff, it must have been God's favour to pass me! hehe... so.. the more i should strive harder for the next performance review.

I'd always love to add some pics to every posting but sometimes i'm on different computers and i dont have my pics with i apaologize...
Oh yea... must add this... my bro got married in June and his wedding pictures are found in his do drop by... i think they look absolutely gorgeous a couple~
WElcome "Dar Sao" ! we had such bonding moments back home with Gavin, Michel, My Family, Sara, Vivien and Raymond, among others.

Missing them was one biggy difference after everyone left and when i left togo back to work. So all i had closer to me was my honey Gavin. Awwww.... so sweet...I'm glad i have you! hehe..... but of coz its always good to be home to Penang. Although most of the time only for short 3days after a long flight.

Today is Singapore's national day, and maybe, just maybe i'll be able to catch the fireworks display with Gavin. And catch it in picture to post it here!

Anyways love to blog more about my adventures and mishappenings...but the day has started to rain heavily....and its just so nice to sleep....heheh....ciaoz...Zzzz

Monday, July 16, 2007

TIme Goes By...

Since January, its been 7months now! Unblogged...Unwritten. I've been many places n experienced different events. Writtting again seems strange and i've explored less on the art of writting. Hmm..... but its good to begin again.

I've passed my probation and have learnt to enjoy my flights, giving thanks for the good, and accepting the bad. Learnt to live as if life seems the shortest, and appreciate "time". ***Psalms 23:1 The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not be in want.***

When you know u cant hold on to the most dearest to you in life, you count on God for it. You must learn to trust and learn to let go. Learn to say i love you Lord, and trust that He loves me even more! "If God is for me,who will be against me?" Love that!

I've learn to love, learn to give and learn to accept, adapt and appreciate people most of all. As you touch one, another gets blessed. I've also learn that I can be very negative and affect another, which isn;t good. So lets be good influence.

And the best is, I've learn to be loved. Thank you darling, for loving me and showing your care and concern, even when we are miles apart and prayers over the phone makes our hearts grow fonder of the love of Christ for us, makes us stronger! Thank you family, for your unconditional love,making me miss home and comfort living. You are understanding n forgiving, teachinng n nurturing,n best is knowing you missed me too!!!

To everywhere i go, i miss being with my loved ones most! I wish to be with you in these beautiful places i've been!

My Family



My Darling

My Uncle

At Moscow!

Giza Pyramids at night~*

Riding on camels & horses...

Sandunes at Dubai

Lovely sunset (^)

Hot Chocolate on a chilly morning at St.James Park nearby Buckingham Palace, London.

Big Ben behind me, n a spetacular river view!

Top view, Christchurch, NZ.

Paris ~ Arc De Triomphe Etoile

Adelaide's beach sunset,awesome art of God!

Harbour on the set of Sausalito, San Francisco.

Monday, January 29, 2007

To Regenerate and REfresh

I fell sick on the second day of rest accreditted for my trip to Christchurch. Little did i ask for were 3 more days of rest and to regenerate my strength in the Lord my God. I received love from far and near, Family, Christian brothers and sisters and friends. Again i felt His presence being with me. I managed to attend a cell group gathering, and sunday service. God cares for my soul and for the purpose I was put in this job. His messages from His Word, songs and books and His sermons encourages me and affirms me that my reason on earth and particularly in Singapore was for a reason i had forgotten, coz the busyness and the tough culture i had to align myself in. But today i say..... nothing is greater than being with the Lord! Even in foreign places have i felt His care.

I was in France with friends, Florence and Samuel, and they were praying and singing in French. My heart filled with tears and heart touched to see that all around the world, worship is lifted up for the God Almighty! and We ever so need A God in our Lives! I was in Christchurch and the nature spoke to me of This Creator who thought of all this before we even see them with our eyes. I was at sunday service and the preacher says, "What good gifts were not but given by God Himself?" and what can we do but use them for the Salvation of the society around us? How can your life touch others? How can YOU be Successful in what you do that when people start to ask, you have the opportunity to share the Redeemer Who LIVES!??

Think about it..... pray day by day till they are answered.

Psalm 23. Like the sheeps on the green pastures, Let us graze in His watchful eyes, food for the Soul~*

Saturday, January 20, 2007

A trip to Akaroa,Christchurch on 20th Jan '07

Almost didnt get a chance to join this tour, but blessed i am, the trip was awesome! despite the drizzle rain and strong winds...the Akaroa Dolphins Cruise was fantastic! The Akarao Shuttle bus took us down to the Banks Peninsula down to Akarao Habour and along the way, we get to see lots and lots of breath-taking views of hills and grasslands, ( the likes of 'Sound of Music', even better!) and fattened black cows and thousands of sheep feeding themselves in the carpetted greens.
And make the trip worthwhile, the cruise took off on still a rainy day, but the dolphins had decided to show up in groups, mother and baby, school of four skipping through the almost clear blue waters, and even taking a few jumps up to the air just for us! hah...couldnt catch them on camera, but the experience is still fresh in my mind, that i really want to share this with you! hehe.

There were also sightings of Black Swans and Seals. But they didnt look good on picture, and there werent' enough time to catch them on camera. Oh... not forgetting... birds of the air! The cruise did bring us around to the Salmon Farm, where they breed salmon, n i say they are really fresh, as i had a Salmon sandwich before the cruise. =P

And yes... the community there are friendly n the houses built have a little french and british influence. This is what they say in their brochure , " Our beautifully-appointed vessel, Akaroa dolphin, offers small numbers of guests an intimate cruise experience. The vessel is quiet, fast and stable allowing us to visit the spectacular seacaves, volcanic formations, high cliffs and bird nesting sites both within the harbour and beyond the entrance. A comprehensive commentary on geology, history, ecology and Maori traditions is included." Doesn't this make you want to visit the place? Its really a great holiday package...