Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
The weekend... well... what a time.
Friday we had a cellgroup prayer meeting at Isabel's place. But the journey there was really a nuisance. At the checkpoint, there was no 950 bus, so I walked out to the bus stop outside the checkpoint. Then over there, except for 856, all of them go to Causeway Point, which is where I wanted to go to print out the songsheets. 912 and 903 are freaking long in going there, so I was waiting for the remaining buses. Guess what? 856, 912 and 903 buses came 4 times each! And none of the fast buses to Causeway Point were there at all! AHHHH! Danggit... There's always this weird phenomenon, where the bus you need never comes -.-. 911 came after nearly 20 minutes of long waiting. So I went to Causeway Point's Zap It! to print out the edited songsheet, which to my annoyance, I found out the computers used for the printing were fully used. After 10 minutes of just standing there, finally someone finished and I used the computer to print out the songsheets.
Finally reached Aljunied a little behind time, but at least before cellgroup started. Had a nice prayer meeting before we went to the basketball court for some games... and I think I'll be sick of pomelo already -.-. Stayed over in Juswin's place later that night.
Next day I had to wake up early for the blood donation at 10am. Eleanore wouldn't budge while sleeping, Isabel's too fat to donate blood, Yu Jie's mom didn't allow him, Jonathan Fong had a dentist appointment, Hui Zhen had an infectious eye disease (LOL!), and Cedric Koh would be very late, so I was the only one that woke up so early for nothing. Even if I dropped by 2 hours later, there still would very little people lining up. Oh well... at least I finally got to know the name of that cute girl I met in Joo Chiat last time I donated blood... her name's Victoria! And cool, she remembers me. Heh! Yu Jie popped by anyway, and I went through the usual process of donating blood. It's like my 4th or 5th time donating? So I was quite used to the procedure. I really took my own sweet time eating the snacks they provided after completing the blood donation, enjoying the different flavours of the biscuits and drinks before eating and heading to Coffee Bean to rest. Thing was, it was freaking hot there! So Yu Jie, Cedric and I went near these wedding booth things to sleep. The sleep was so enjoyable, although when Michelle called and woke me up, there was a freaking SPIDER right in front of my face!
I helped Esther in her English Word Power, so I just gave the definition of the words and make sentences for them. Who thought I could teach people... heh! I just hope I did a good job though -.-. We went down for service after that, where Pastor Kong finally preached again. I was dead tired though. 4 hour sleep + blood donation + tutoring = freaking tired. I fell asleep twice for a few seconds, where when I woke up, I realized I had written my notes normally. Yikes. I can write notes while sleeping! Geez.
Later on, we were briefed for some games involving the Mooncake Festival, something involving Chang Er and Hou Yi. Well, from Expo, we moved on to Cineleisure, and E458 eventually won, with me getting the winning egg. Well, I think this is the first time I've actually been told (indirectly) not to blog about a certain event, 'cause something happened later. As I can't say anything on my blog, I've only got two words: Mood spoiler.
After eating what was probably my most moodless dinner in a long time, I went off with Juswin, Eleanore and Jeffrey by bus. During the entire journey I spoke to Jeffrey about certain issues, including the one above. I was surprised I was still defending that guy when deep down... nevermind, I can't blog about it remember?
Next day I went back home around 3 plus from Juswin's place. At the checkpoint, there was this really pretty Japanese girl who seemed a little lost, and she was looking at me and another guy, as though contemplating which one she should ask for directions. In my head I was like "Pick me! Pick me!" but she ended up picking the other guy after I took out my phone to see who had messaged me. Freako! Oh well... the guy treated her like dirt though. When she talked to him nicely he'd reply her with one word answers. At some lucky moments, two words. Her English wasn't good but she was so cheerful, it was literally emanating from her. I don't see how this guy could still be so ignorant to her. Geez. She even waved to the bus driver when getting off and to the checkpoint officer who checked her passport. Aye... what a waste... Hui Zhen! Next time I meet a pretty Japanese girl, send your message later! Ahhhhhhhhhhh.
My nightmares finally ended on Monday, where instead of the usual death, I actually had a really pleasant dream. Oh man, I was like so enjoying that dream! Just thinking about it now... aye... the dream seemed so real, and for a time I was actually very happy, which was a pleasant surprise, especially after Saturday's events. That is, until I banged my head on the wall and woke up. I literally yelled "It was only a dream!" When the pain of my head overtook the pleasantries of the dream. OH MAN!