Friday, February 4, 2011

To King from Queen.

Dear King,
5 years of secondary school life, it would not be a colourful one, if it wasn't with you, Hanani Azman.


A jovial girl who was the class monitor, leaded Melati to ultimate glory, took responsiblities to the fullest. I had great fun participating in Dikir Barat, being in the naughtiest and noisiest class, being under your wonderful leadership.

An awesome friend who is always there for her friends, for me. I truly thank her a lot or her love and care as she isn't afraid to show it off. Consistent 'likes' and comments are an encouragement from her for me to keep up my work. Her comments on this blog is one of the reason that this blog is surviving.

A scholarship recipient in IACT who is pursuing her studies in Mass Communication who shows passion and dedication to her dream. I wish her all the best and may successes will be with her from now and till the future.

A King who is crowned with the series of Narnia, and the fortunate me, as 'her' Queen. We are the King and Queen, nothing will change us. I am positive that our friendship will last. Because you never give up on things, never give up on me.



Happy Birthday my King.

May the 19th year bring you the courage to explore the adventures of life, the joy which brings you smiles and happiness, the determination when you encounter challenges and the love, to you from me.

Have a great one!



Love,
Queen.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Pre-CNY


I spent a week before school reopen, baking Chinese New Year cookies as my annual practice. It has been the third year of baking CNY cookies, and yeah, I am pretty proud with my baking skills ;)


Baking whole week killed me off, the preparation of giant amount of ingredients, the heat of the microwave oven and built-in oven, the moulding part... It was just too much work to do, but thanks to my brothers who helped out and mother who washed all the equipments, I survived and the outcomes (5 different cookies) were all good =)


Chinese New Year, a time for relatives from all places to gather and to catch up; a time for us Chinese people to test the luck (gambling), a time for us to try something (alcohol!), a time for us (unmarried) to get angpaos ($$), a time for parents and relatives to talk about politics, a time for me to repeat my degree choice to the adults (Haha).


I am not really in a mood to celebrate CNY, it might be because of school works are piling up, there are plans to do, plans to follow, and most importantly, I have to discover myself again. But things are going pretty well at this moment =)


Chinese New Year. I wonder people are celebrating for the sake of doing it, for the sake of it is a traditional festival which is celebrated for centuries or you really mean it. But I am really grateful to have the 4 days break, at least it's a break. And for those who have a week off and still complaining, shut up!


Currently listening to Celine Dion's, her voice never fails to touch the inner me.


Happy Chinese New Year to all. May you are blessed with good health, luck and prosperity. To be realistic, not everyone will have a great year, there will be downs and falls. May your Rabbit year is the year you learn to change, be a better person and lead a better life. Gong Hei Fatt Choi =)



Love,
Wenx.