Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Monday, February 8, 2010
Yawn... I'm quite tired. My insomnia's finally gone. But now whenever I wake up I'm extremely tired, even with a lot of rest. Still a nuisance. Is it a lack of REM sleep or something? Speaking of which, I had a really weird dream about the church members. Only people in church, which is kinda odd.
Anyhoo, a few weeks ago I watched Avatar with Sze Ying. After all the hype and praises I've heard, we finally watched it. And we watched it like a day before they were taking it from the box office too. Just in time! Well, I think the movie's pretty good. The environments are extremely beautiful, but I still think its overrated. Avatar is basically Pocahontas in space. Seriously. Even some of the hairstyles of the Navi are the same as in the Disney Pocahontas film. Zzz. But with much more war and political messages. Oh well.
Church has been good. Pastor Derek from CHC SG came over for one weekend, and on the Saturday service it was slaying in the Spirit for quite some time! Very powerful, and yet simple message. And for the first few weeks of the new year Pastor Kevin was preaching about what to have in our resolutions, and having faith for the future. That was partially why I went through with my resolutions =x. Heh! Also, Keith has been preaching for the last two weeks, and his messages have been superb. The first week, he spoke about evaluating our lives, eliminating the past, concentrating on the future and having determination. And on the 2nd week, there was one thing he said that really struck me "God has changed my life. But is He still changing my life?" That was really, really thought provoking. And that week, W19 only had 5 people attend service! Since W32 and W49 were going to Genting, we had no "spare company" and we had a pretty minor but cozy fellowship session. And after the meal we went to Faith's house to watch Fireproof. Quite a touching movie about marriage and relationships, and it was very evangelistic, although not in a barf-bag kinda way. Very subtle and clever.
Lol, anyway, one funny thing happened the other day. Miki, Ash and Esther were taking a break from class so I joined them. So the girls (who are more innocent-looking) were smoking, while Ash and I, gangster look-a-likes both with tattoos, were goody goody and not smoking. LMAO!