Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
I just realized my house only has one butterknife! I was hungry and wanted to eat some bread, but just so happens I couldn't find the butterknife! So I just used the next thing that came to mind... a butcher knife. LOL!
Anyhoo, last weekend's service was probably the best service I've had in CHC KL so far. Pastor Kevin spoke about his life from a youth and eventually becoming a pastor, with the difficulties and triumphs mentioned. It was quite interesting to see a very personal side of Pastor Kevin, 'cause even though I've seen him talk and all in CHC SG before, I never really heard a personal side of him. To see him chronicle his struggles and life as a pastor, plus the joy was also very inspiring. Great blessing! One part was really nice. At a time when he held the title of pastor extremely high, God asked him a question. "Are you a pastor or My son?" And that forever changed him.
After service and fellowship, Su Lip asked me along to chill out with some of his friends, and Eddy, who I met that time I went to Bar Celona. Turns out they're a buncha racers using local cars. They went to an abandoned carpark and showed off their lights, neons and those huge stereos in the trunk. Very impressive, although they were all local cars. Like Proton, Perodua and stuff. The most impressive was probably a Honda City. But they did pimp their rides very impressively though, even though they weren't sports cars or what. Heh... Eddy's team was Team Hostile. Today was a meeting of some sorts between a few teams, so I saw a variety. Team Imperial (all Waja's), Team Myvi (this should be obvious) and team Street (variety). Having like 20-30 cars in one floor is extremely stuffy though, so we chilled and had drinks later. Met a guy named Kok Ping, and he's like.... like the kinda people Adriel, Josh and Mervyn are like (only people that came to mind). Even though I just met him that night, we had a good conversation. Something he said struck me though. I think I'll save that for another post.
Saturday I had school. It was more free this time. We could go around the class and rearrange and draw anything we wanted. I picked the knives! HAHA! I held the two knives and looked like a murderer or something -.-. I drew surprisingly well, and was very proud of my work. My shading was much better than I had done previously, so kudos to myself for that. Wai Kwan and Kok Kin and I went to Popular after that to continue drawing our assignments. *Poke poke* after that I went for service and... eh, wait a minute. Okay, I'm lazy to arrange my post, so service was exactly what I described up there. Geez. Assignments are driving me nuts!
Speaking of which, I stayed back in school for the last two days to do some of them. Till midnight, again. Nothing scary at all. One thing did creep me out though. I used to staff toilet (lazy to walk upstairs and use the student one). After I walked out of the cubicle, I noticed the tap was running water. Now I'm 99.9% sure there was no water coming out when I stepped in, so yeah... but what do ghosts enjoy by wasting water? -.-.
Tuesday I had a presentation on family breakup. Ironic eh? Honestly I didn't want to pick that topic, but the entire group chose it, so I followed. It's not that I don't want to deal with my own family, but the issue is over, and I'd rather not present on something all too familiar with me. Not to say I'm sensitive to the topic of course. Ask away all you want about the divorce, it's just I don't want to present it. I did okay, though I heard from people I spoke too fast (again), and Ruz also did well. The rest just read the powerpoint slides -.-. And a few of the class kept using my laptop to play games while people were presenting! Aye! Never knew I had such an entertainment system -.-.
Oh yeah, another chronology headache. After fellowship (before the underground racing scene), the topic was who I like. AGAIN! This time there were some answers! HA! Speaking of which, I just asked a girl out. No details here. Ahem!
Plus, after Jonathan came up here, and remembering my letter to E458, something just hit me. James mentioned Asia Conference, and so did Pastor Kevin. RM25 for free lunch, free transport and free accomodation in Singapore for 4 days. Okay, here's the thing though... do I join my cellgroup up here, or join my ex-cellgroup back in Singapore?