Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Monday, April 21, 2008
Okay, so rearranging your body clock isn't as easy as I thought. Although I slept at 1:30am last night, I ended up waking at 6am in the morning! Couldn't sleep after that, so I just played Dynasty Warriors 2 on my PSP. Played till like 10am then my mom asked me to design the final logo for an upcoming business. Plus their business card. I kept it simple, because usually corporate things are boring -.-. I made some more unique ones and they weren't chosen. Ha!
Around 5pm I was dead tired though, and I ended up sleeping till 9pm. Zzz. So yeah. Anyhoo, on Saturday I went for service at CHC KL again. Except there was something really wrong. No one from my sister's cellgroup (W19) was there, at all! I made it just in time at 5:25pm (service starts at 5:30) and I could still manage to get seats quite near the front. Really goes to show how small their church is. But its still good. Pastor Kevin wasn't there, so someone called David preached about revival instead. And boy, do I find it REALLY relevant for the cellgroups in Singapore. Or at least, several in my zone. And I saw a flyer informing the church that Pastor Kong is coming over on the first week of May. Like I said, it's just funny to see your own pastor announced like that, when usually you see other speakers shown that way.
So anyway, due to there being NO ONE I recognized in the church besides Daniel (the amazing race group leader) I just ended up fellowshipping with his cellgroup instead. Haha! And boy, it really feels weird to be introduced to everyone like a new friend again. Especially after 6 years. Geez. His cellgroup's W9, and I got to meet a bunch of new people, like Peter (cellgroup leader), Yee Seng, Andrew, Eldy, Ervina and Cindy. We went to eat at some place, and I got to know all of them more, especially Cindy, who's from Indonesia. The rest are all Malaysians. And I really can't tell the difference between Malaysians and Singaporeans -.-. Felt like I was fellowshipping with the same kinda people. Except they had cars to drive for fellowship! Heh!
All of us, excluding Peter, went to watch a movie at Sunway Pyramid, but the line was really huge! At like 9+pm tickets for 11+pm movies were like almost sold out. Zzz, so we went to Summit instead to book the tickets for an 11:25pm movie. The Forbidden Kingdom. Well, all of us enjoyed it. They mixed in a few Chinese myths together and created a new story outta that. Plenty of humor, and the fight scenes were really well done. When we found out the connection between the monk and Sun Wu Kong, the entire theatre was like "Ohhhhh", in complete unison! And except for the few aunties in the show, every single girl in the movie looks great. No kidding. I liked the white hair girl the most though. What was her name? Eh, I only know the actress is Li Bing Bing, and that she looks really gorgeous in the movie. Aside from her hatred against men, I probably paid the most attention to her throughout the movie. Haha, sorry, there's just something about an evil white haired girl with a whip that's attractive. Heck, did I just say that? Oh well.
And, just some random things. My sister complained a few days ago that she kept getting bitten by mosquitoes, and I laughed, saying that for all the days I've been up here, I haven't been bitten once. I regret saying that, 'cause now I'm itching all over with mosquitoe bites! Aye! Next time I'll keep my mouth shut.
And I just got a little annoyed earlier. My friend's friend is up here in KL also, and I was told by my friend to go meet up with him. Aye, I barely know him, and I'm a little lazy to be honest. He kept reiterating to visit his friend over 5 times straight even though I said no! Argh. I can't stand it when people keep insisting on something even though I say no! And I rarely say an outright no, usually I'm fine with it. So when I say no, it really (yes, really) means no!
And on a final note, I read my previous post, and boy, do I have tons of terrible grammar mistakes. I guess making a post when you're half asleep isn't the best idea. Oh well, I'm not going to edit it. Seems quirky to see my bad side of English. Heh.