Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Heh... sorry for the lack of updates. Been a little tired, lazy, and tired. And did I mention tired? Pfft. Second week of school and I'm quite tired already.
Anyhoo, Wednesday was a public holiday for the Selangor state but the main KL city itself didn't have that holiday. Wee~~~. If my Muslim friend explained correctly, it was the day that the Qur'an was finally assembled or written. Well. I'm not complaining. They should give us a holiday for when the Hadith was compiled too. And maybe the Vedas. Sutras? Oh, don't forget the Bible too. Lmao.
Anyway, since it was a public holiday, about a third of my classmates decided to go Red Box (Malaysia's K Box, and there's also another brand called "Green Box" -.-). Eh well... it was fun, for me it was mosly talking, laughing and catching up with Yen, who also joined us, for the first time in a long time since he changed class. I only sang one song, and when Leonard sang You Touch My Tralala (Ding Dong Song), we ended up making a continuous joke about it. Haha.
And yesterday, I had figure studies. We needed to draw live action people in very rough sketches. Very basic shapes and outlines. So the lecturer, Liang Feng, would show a picture, and within a minute, we'd need to finish the outline and basic posture. Oh yeah, we needed to draw naked women (and men) too. Lmao. I bet art school's are the only places where teachers show you naked bodies -.-. After that my usual group plus Leonard went to Mac, and we saw almost a third of the class there doing their assignments. We joined along, and I ended up having a long chat with Meng Shen about relationships. Life is way too interesting sometimes, I conclude.
I went for cellgroup meeting after that. Faith preached last week's service sermon to reiterate what we learnt. Speaking of which, James is no longer my cellgroup leader. Okay, here's the details, in case you don't know. Faith was the cellgroup leader of W19 (my cellgroup). They multiplied into W32, with James taking over. Then Faith went to SOT in Singapore, so James took over W19 as well. Sometimes he'd combine the cellgroup for cellgroup meetings, and every week it was a combined fellowship, so the people I mentioned that were in my cellgroup might not exactly be in my cellgroup per se. Yeah, so Faith finally came back to KL during Emerge, and she's taken over W19 again, while James can focus on W32 now. Yups.
Alright. So after cellgroup we had fellowship at Old Town, some cafe-restaurant place. Uh... let's just say I enjoyed seeing "her" for that few minutes, much less awkward than the other day. Okay, nevermind... no details here =p.
Today we had letterforms and calligraphy. We needed to use a special pencil and actually write out those Gothic type of fonts. Not easy, and I did pretty bad too. Luckily its a home assignment... so I better do it properly -.-. Later on after eating we wanted to play basketball. The only problem was... where do we get a basketball? We searched the entire Sunway Pyramid for a decent basketball but all we found were those cheap rubber ones. After looking high and low, Ruz finally found a place none of us had checked, and we found a leather basketball! Dirt cheap too. RM70 for a Spalding leather ball. The Neverflat Spalding ball was there too. RM 114 or something. Not bad, considering Singapore had it for like S$80 or so?
Well... I had my first basketball match in ages. Ivan, Ruz and I versus Kok Kin and Leonard. We lost 7-6! Geez. When Kok Kin shot well, I blocked Leonard. When Leonard shot well, I blocked Kok Kin -.-. Pfft. Also, the sun was bloody shining dead centre at the hoop. And since the backboard was transparent, it damn hurt my eyes. Not to mention I couldn't shoot at my favourite place 'cause it was dead centre facing the son. Aiks. Just hung around and chatted while shooting some hoops too. After a while of shooting with some strangers, we organized a match, and had settled on the teams. One of the guys said something like "Ready? Alright?" And we all nodded. Then just as he's about to start the game, Ruz shouted and said we needed to go off right away. Mood spoiler! LOL. Geez... at that perfect moment I needed to go off, 'cause his sister was driving me back. Awww... didn't get a chance to try out my skills properly.
I was asked out for basketball this Sunday with some of the church members, but its not confirmed yet. I so hope I do better -.-. But I hate sports in the morning. Zzz.