Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Unfortunates

Today is the 2nd day of Chinese New Year. Woke up a bit late today. Was lazing on the bed.

Visited 3 places after a late breakfast. These are my routine visits yearly.

My 1st stop - Handicapped and Disabled Children's Association of Klang, Selangor. There are about 72 kids altogether this year. Apparently the numbers are growing. I spent about half an hour there enquiring about the kids. Many of them have been abandoned by their parents. Mostly single parents, unwed moms. It is indeed a very sad sight. And when you hear about some of their conditions, your heart will break.

This girl is about 10-11 years old. She cannot see. Her eyes are all white....no pupils. Whatever that you speak, she follows. Very adorable girl indeed. You speak in English.."Hello" and she follows "Hello". You speak in Mandarin..."Gong Xi Fa Cai"..and she follows. Whatever language you speak she just follows. But she cannot understand what you are saying. She just has the gift of following every single word you say. The Principal of this association said she has just joined them not long ago and they intend to send her to a special school so that at least she gets to learn.

This boy is 3 years old. A Down Syndrome child born to a teenage mother. A teenage mother!!! I asked, how is it possible for a young mother to give birth to a Down Syndrome baby? I thought it only happens to mothers who conceived at a late age. Well, apparently this mother has been on drugs....ecstasy, ice and whatever sort. Got pregnant out of wedlock and the result is this boy.
He is so cute. Smiled when he realised I took a snapshot of him. Behind his smile lies a sad story. His mother has abandoned him. what to expect, right? A teenage mother who is not even capable of looking after herself, what more to look after a Down Syndrome baby? This boy had bone cancer. But he has recovered from it. He also has a hole in his heart. Doctors said he is too young for surgery, thus need to wait till he turns five. I hope with proper care from this association, he will remain in good health till he is due for surgery.

This boy has got bruises on his arms. I did not ask how he got them. I supposed some are self inflicted. I saw a girl being tied to the bed. They had to tie her up as she is prone to injuring herself.

I visit this place every year. Some faces which I saw last year are not seen this year. They have passed on. It's really heart wrenching. 2 kids, also new cases...I was told were sent by their babysitters. Single moms again, they were abandon at the babysitter's place. And they have no birth certs. This association will look into applying the birth certs for them as well. It will be a tough process, though as they didn't have much info about these children.

One boy, is blinded on one eye. He has hypertension (hear that?? a boy about aged 4-5 has hypertension!!) and also water in his eye causing the eye to swell. he has undergone 3 operations and need to go for more. His dad, it seems is a cambodian while mom is a chinese. I didn't capture his picture. I'm not even sure if it's alright for me to put up their pictures here. It is not my intention to belittle them. Neither do I want my readers to poke fun at them.

There are so many kids....11 years old who is only having a size of a 5 year old. A lot of them are bedridden. They can't even sit up. Many has bone defects. There are just so many of them.

At times I do wonder if it is good to have so many of such kind hearted associations around. The more we have, the more irresponsible people we are going to create.

These people think that the associations are solution to their irresponsible act. They just dump the kids there and then disappear for good. True enough, the associations are there to shelter and provide for the kids. But it is not to encourage these humans to just simply sleep around and not think of the consequences. While sex may be pleasureable, I think it comes with a sense of responsibility and maturity. It's not just to have some fun.

My next stop was to the orphanage. 28 children in that sheltered home. They are perfectly normal children. Some mothers could not afford to look after them because they need to earn a living and husband has abandoned them. Some, again are not married. So they leave the kids there and then never come back for them anymore.

This Samaritan Home has volunteers who come and help during weekends or any other day. They provide tuition to the kids. Teach the kids discipline and so on. The kids get proper education and fees are borne by the Samaritan Home. So where do they get the financial aid? Of course, they count on us on whatever amount that we can contribute.

My final stop was to the Old Folks home. Last time, we gave out angpows to individuals. Then we were told better not to do so. Why? Because some of their children who hardly visit them will come by once a year and take away the angpows from them. Every year, they do get quite a lot of angpows because so many people will come and visit them. The children will come later on and take away the angpows from them. See how ungrateful the children are? Already they are being unfilial for not caring for their parents, next they take the angpows away. So what we do nowadays...we contribute to the association as well. So that they can use that fund whenever emergency arises, ie medical aid.

While there are still many caring people in the society, there are also many irresponsible ones. They throw and we scoop. Just exactly how much can we help? How are we going to curb these issues?

I think we need to create public awareness. How? I don't really know. I'm not an expert here. Counselling, perhaps?

Monday, January 26, 2009

Chinese New Year

The day has finally arrived. Phew! i thought it would never come......after weeks of cleaning and painting for just ONEEEEEE festive celebration. I still don't get it. What is so great of this celebration until we need to undergo extensive cleaning. Spring cleaning, that's what it is called. But I think it sounded a bit too lenient. From this year onwards, I'll call it hardcore cleaning. Fits better.

Well, I slept at 1am this morning. I woke up before 6am yesterday (awaken by mom) and started off my day with a visit to a jam packed market. I was still semi-stoned, eyes could hardly open, blur-blur and dazed, we walked to the market. Can you imagine..at 6:15am the market was already filled with the Ah Soh's and kakaks and also people like me who fall as victims to the crime of a festive season.

Then I went home with further cleaning. The last minute cleaning was the kitchen because in the morning, mom still had to cook as offerings to the Mah's ancestors. It's a tradition for every family to provide offerings to the ancestors on the eve of the Chinese New Year.

Washing and scrubing the kitchen, followed by bathrooms and several rounds of sweeping and mopping the floor till the eleventh hour. It was said that on the first day of Chinese New Year, we cannot sweep and mop the floor. If we do so, we will sweep away all the good luck.

So much of superstitions.

No great deco this year. Mom decided to cut down on the flowers.

The alter with offerings to Buddha and ancestors.
Part of the living hall.
Mom was pretty disappointed with the pussy willow. We couldn't find any nice ones despite surveying at a few places.Bonsais...the treasure in mom's heart. She just love them to bits. Here's one of her masterpiece.
We couldn't leave Mac out of this celebration. Last night we decided to make him a bow tie. We had it on his collar but when we woke up this morning, as destructive as he is...we found the red ribbon bitten to pieces and lying on the floor. So we made him another one and quickly capture a few snapshots of it. As at this hour 2335hrs..the bow tie is still intact on his collar. Quite a record, it has lasted on his collar for more than 12 hours.

Our handsome Mac.

Then relatives came. Later I visted one of my uncles. His daughter has just bought a toy poodle a week ago.

Meet Bruno....he is so cute. At 6 weeks old, he is still too small to climb up the steps.

I slept during late afternoon. I feel so refresh after a few hours of sleep. Finally managed to get a good rest (though it is still insufficient) after weeks of hardcore cleaning.

I hope all of you had a great time too. Gong Xi Fa Cai.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Alexander Fleming

Got this story through email and I would like to share it with my avid readers. What does this story tell you? After reading, take a moment to ponder. Hope you learn something from it.

His name was Fleming, and he was a poor Scottish farmer. One day, while trying to make a living for his family, he heard a cry for help coming from a nearby bog. He dropped his tools and ran to the bog.

There, mired to his waist in black muck, was a terrified boy, screaming and struggling to free himself. Farmer Fleming saved the lad from what could have been a slow and terrifying death.The next day, a fancy carriage pulled up to the Scotsman's sparse surroundings. An elegantly dressed nobleman stepped out and introduced himself as the father of the boy Farmer Fleming had saved.

'I want to repay you,' said the nobleman. 'You saved my son's life.''No, I can't accept payment for what I did,' the Scottish farmer replied waving off the offer. At that moment, the farmer's own son came to the door of the family hovel.
'Is that your son?' the nobleman asked.'Yes,' the farmer replied proudly.'I'll make you a deal. Let me provide him with the level of education my own son will enjoy If the lad is anything like his father, he'll no doubt grow to be a man we both will be proud of.' And that he did.

Farmer Fleming's son attended the very best schools and in time, graduated from St. Mary's Hospital Medical School in London, and went on to become known throughout the world as the noted Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin.Years afterward, the same nobleman's son who was saved from the bog was stricken with pneumonia.

What saved his life this time? Penicillin.The name of the nobleman? Lord Randolph Churchill .. His son's name? Sir Winston Churchill.

and May We Be Blessed To Walk With the Great Spirit
God Bless
What goes around comes around.Work like you don't need the money.
Love like you've never been hurt.
Dance like nobody's watching.
Sing like nobody's listening.
Live like it's Heaven on Earth

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Dead tired!

I think I am getting very emotional of late. I don't know why. I am trying so hard to control my temper and yet I snapped. Sighhhhhh.....

I don't look forward to celebrating Chinese New Year. In fact I feel like running away from it. Leave all the stupid preparations behind...No eye to see.

Today was another busy day. I woke up at 7am and left for my Di Zi Gui at 8:15am. I finished at 10am. With a growling stomach (I was so worried that people seated next to me in the class would hear my hungry stomach), I went looking for food. I stopped by a bakery supplier shop to get some stuffs for my cookies.

11:45am I had to fetch Edrik back. By the time I got home it was past noon. I started preparations for my cornflakes cookies. This time I added dried mixed fruits and reduce the sugar amount by another 15gm. Well, it worked. It turned out fine.

3:15pm I had to take Edrik to his swimming trial at a newly opened pool. The pool has a length of an Olympic pool. (note: Just the length!!!) Ding dong here and there, by the time I got home it was 5pm++ Continued with my cookies again.

This time I did chocolate chips. I do not like chocolate but upon Master Edrik's request, I baked some for him. This is my first attempt at baking choc chips.

Macadamia Nuts

Hershey's chocolate chips
I am not sure if this is how it is supposed to look before being baked. For one who doesn't know that this is chocolate chips to-be, one would have imagined it as something else. (I thought it looked a lot like unbaked dung from far!!!).
I do not have a picture of the finished product but trust me it looked a whole lot better than the unbaked ones. Oh...and the taste was pretty good. While it was baking in the oven, the aroma of the cocoa lingers in the air. So fragrant that it actually made me drooled over it although at that time I was still unsure if the cookies would turn out well.

Personally, I think it would have been better with more macadamia nuts. I have actually increased the chocolate chips as compared to the original recipe. Here's the recipe by Amy Beh :

120gm butter
140 gm soft brown sugar
3/4 tsp vanilla essence
1 small egg, lightly beated
175gm plain flour
35gm cocoa powder sifted twice
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
3/4 tsp baking powder
50gm macadamia nut, coarsely chopped
70gm chocolate chips

1. Grease baking trays lightly with melted butter and preheat oven to 175-180 degrees celcius.
2. Cream butter, sugar and egg in an electric mixer until light and pale. Stir in sifted flour mixture with a metal spoon and add in the nuts and chocolate chips. Mix well to combine.
3. Roll teaspoonfuls of the mixture into larger-than-cherry-sized balls. Arrange them on trays, well spaced out. Lightly press them down a little and bake in a preheated oven for 15-20 minutes or until cooked and golden.
4. Leave cookies to cool slightly on the trays then lift them out onto wire racks to cool completely before storing in airtight containers.

So, by the time i finished baking, washing and storing the cookies into the containers...it was around 9:20pm. Then I had a very quick dinner. After that I proceeded to wash my car. I had to wash my car. It was so dirty and unrecognisable already. I could scribble words on it. So just imagine the layers of dust that has been sitting on my car!

That was not the end of it. After I showered, I had to iron Edrik's uniforms. And I supposed because I am too tired I just couldn't sleep. So here I am again, blogging down my frustrations and complains. No doubt the entire itinerary for today has nothing much to do with Chinese New Year except for the baking, I am still going to blame it on the festive season. Why? It's because the last weekend and the weekend before, I was painting, washing and cleaning.

I feel so haggard and tired. I even neglected my workouts. Damn! And now I have a stiff shoulder and sore on my neck. Where did those come from?

It is all Chinese New Year's fault.

I need to catch some sleep now. Got to wake up at 5:30am tomorrow.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Missing Margarine

Someone has been eating my margarine spread and it's all gone now!!!

I have a small tub of margarine spread in the office fridge. The last time I used it, there was like perhaps 80% full. Today I intend to get my favourite kaya and a loaf of bread during lunch time, planning to have margarine and kaya bread for tea. I would usually eat something before my workout.

But when I opened the fridge and pick up my margarine tub, I was surprised that the tub felt so so light. When I took a look at it, boy...oh...boy.....there's only enough amount left for 1 slice of bread.

Someone has been eating my margarine and it is all gone now!!! (Reminds me so much of Goldilocks and the Three Bears)

Let's put it this way.....I don't mind sharing my food. All this while I have been buying food to share among my colleagues. But when this is something for my personal consumption, the least the person could do is to at least tell me that he/she has taken some of my spread. I think that is not too much to ask for, isn't it?

Our Company has this policy. Anything that is left on the pantry's table, it is meant for everyone. Apart from that, it's personal. I didn't leave my spread on the table!!!

Had I not checked, I would have gone with my kaya and bread purchase. Now that there is no more margarine, I have decided not to go out.

I'm not angry because someone finished my margarine. I am angry because of the attitude that this someone has......a couldn't-be-bothered attitude or what we call tidak apa attitude.

Pleaseeeeee....have some manners, people!!!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Cornflakes cookies

Alas, I managed to bake decent cornflakes cookies. Was trying out another cornflakes cookies recipe the other day and the turnout was a major disappointment. Clueless about what went wrong, I tried again and the end result was still the same. The cookies were not crunchy. The recipe had exactly what I wanted in a cornflakes cookie - mixed fruits and mini paper cup. But after baking the output wasn't what I had expected, I was really disappointed.

It was a waste to throw away the cookies. So I decided to feed my poor neighbour's dog the somewhat soggy cornflakes cookies when my neighbour is not around. The poor dog ate for weeks (taking in perhaps 3-4 per day) until it got fed-up of it. i think it will not touch cornflakes cookies anymore for the rest of its life.

Not willing to give up. I decided to try another recipe. This time by Amy Beh. The recipe does not contain mixed fruits. Neither is it baked in a paper cup. But it was deliciously crunchy.

The cookies before being baked.

After baking.
When you put it into your mouth, you hear crunch...crunch...crunch. It tells you how crunchy it is from the sound of it. Will continue to bake more over the weekend as I don't have enough to share with family and friends.

Here's the recipe. Note that I have actually reduced the sugar amount from 110g to 80g.


110gm butter

80gm castor sugar

1/2 tsp grated rind of lemon or orange

1/2 tsp vanilla essence

1 egg yolk

100gm cornflakes, crushed lightly

Sift lightly:

125gm self raising flour

1 tbsp cornflour


1. Cream butter, sugar and essence until the mixture turns light and fluffy.

2. Beat in egg yolk and lemon rind.

3. Fold in sifted flour and mix.

4. Put mixture into the rerigerator to chill for half an hour until slightly firm.

5. Drop teaspoonfuls of mixture onto the crushed cornflakes.

6. Shape into balls and placed on lightly greased baking tray and bake in pre-heated oven over 170 degrees celcius for 20-25 minutes or until lightly golden in colour.

7. Cool on wire rack before storing into airtight containers.

Do try. You will love it.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Delayed Birthday Celebration

It's been a week since my birthday has passed.

Today my office held a delayed mini birthday party for me. Reason for the delay...hmmm...I was told because some of them went on leave and then on MC and so forth....Initially we wanted to have KFC but then changed our minds because too many of them are coughing. Some folks said not to eat chicken when you are coughing so we opted for McDonald's instead.

No pictures on the food. There's nothing enticing about the burgers.

Here's the cake. It is an ice-cream cake. A colleague of mind who collected the cake last night accidentally tilted it while putting it into her fridge, hence a slight damage by the side. Still it looked beautiful to me. It is the thoughts and trouble and efforts that she has to go through.

The frosted strawberry

The candles. Ok..someone asked how many candles I wanted on the cake. I said 1. But they all refused and insisted to put 3 on it. Hehe....3 candles doesn't mean I am 30 this year. Although age is just a number, no way am I gonna reveal my age.

That's me. Guess my age.

Some of my colleagues.

Right....thank you all for everything and most of all...thank you for taking in a bit of my saliva. The cake was delicious, right?? Righto! *cough*cough* choke...Gross!! Yucks!

I truly appreciate it, pals. Let's look forward to a fruitful 2009. A toast to all of us at MSW.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009


Damn....a few colleagues is down with some kind of virus attack. 1 person passing it on to another.

The latest being diagnosed with bronchitis and yet he is here to work. I don't know who started it but what I do know is this virus is contagious. It was passed on to another colleague and she fell ill. Another been sniffing and coughing since last year and yet comes to work.

2 days ago, I felt soreness in my throat. I doubled my water consumption and I felt better. Today Boss reported he is also feeling a bit unwell. 2 more colleagues have started coughing.

Suddenly the sickly ones seemed to be so hard at work. Today 3 sickly ones coughed at the same time, openly in the office. And they could still laughed at it.Damn.... it is so bloody unhygiene. So gerammmmmm with these people. For goodness sake, they need to be quarantined.

Sh**...when you are unwell, please stay at home and get some rest. Don't bring the virus to the office.

Chinese New Year is coming. I cannot afford to fall ill. So many assignments are piling on my deskwith datelines to meet. I musn't fall ill. Can't they be considerate?
I think I should get a disinfectant spray and shield myself from the viruses. Would it work, I wonder?

"I now pray that you will not befallen with illnesses and that you are shield from the viruses. Should the viruses come anywhere near you within a 3km distance, they shall be zapped and burnt to death".

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

New Year Resolution

I never seemed to achieve my new year resolutions. As a matter of fact, I wasn't even anywhere close to hitting my 2008 New Year Resolutions. What I didn't plan for worked out well. What I have planned for didn't work out at all. Hmmpphhh....... Should I not plan and list down my resolutions this year?

My heart says "list it down" so...here goes......

2009 New Year Resolutions

1. Achieve 90% of my 2009 New Year Resolutions (I mean it!)
2. Earn more
3. Work less
4. Spend less
5. Be the centre of attraction (Not sure how I'm going to do that but will figure it out somehow)
6. An hourglass body (tough job here as some parts that are meant to put on a bit of weight is not putting on)
7, More workouts
8. Looked like 21 again

Sounds easy? Nah.........but that's the challenge. No challenge, no fun.

Monday, January 5, 2009


Been wanting to blog about this since a couple of months ago. I finally get to do it tonight. Somewhere in November last year, our Company organised the annual lunch. We decided to have lunch instead of dinner as some of the staffs are staying a distance away from the office. Our Boss brought us to Logenhaus in Taipan. Logenhaus serves western food and indeed it was a good choice. All of us had a splendid set lunch.

We started off with Soup of The Day. Can't remember what soup they served already. Sighh...a significant sign of old age.

Then the main course. Each of us had different selection. Thus we ended with these.
Grilled Norwegian Salmon Steak Haus Fries. My colleagues said it's really good, tasty and filling.

Charbroiled Lamb with Mushroom Sauce. I had this. The meat is really tender and juicy.

Logenhaus Roasted Half Chicken with Garlic Fried Rice and Blackpepper Sauce. Don't know how it tasted. All I knew was the young chap kept eating without uttering a single word. So I guess it must have been good too.

Blackpepper Steak with Baked Potato

After that we had a choice of coffee or tea...or me?? And then we were served ice-creams.....Movenpick ice-creams. It's a pity I forgot to take pictures of the ice-creams. They were served plain without garnishing. The ice-creams tasted just as good. Smooth and not-so-sweet. The ice-creams can only be found in Logenhaus. You will never find it in any of the hypermarkets or ice-cream parlours in town.

Movenpick ice-cream is a MUST HAVE when you visit Logenhaus.

Thursday, January 1, 2009


Today is my birthday. Yup...1st Jan 19xx I received my 1st birthday gift on 30th Dec because she wouldn't be seeing me after that. So she gave me the pressie in advance. I didn't open it until today and when I did...tadaaaa.....this was what she gave.

A pair of earrings from Khazanah. Yesterday I met up with an old friend. We had lunch together. I have not seen her in years. We were supposed to meet to lunch but then she lost her way and was late. In the end she arrived at almost 2pm and we had a late lunch. The minute she got out from the car, she gave me a gift wrapper paper bag. She reminded me that the next day will be my birthday and this was actually a gift from her. Aww...I was so so touched. I didn't know how she knew. I cannot recall telling her. Maybe I did and I have forgotten. But this was the first time she actually gave me a gift and wished me. She was the last person I would have expected to receive a gift from. I was really touched and I was at the verge of hugging her but no..I didn't do it coz I was at the corridor and a lot of people were around us. Too shy to hug her. She said...don't shake it. And have it for yourself. Don't share. After lunch we dispersed and then I opened up the paper bag. In the paper bag was a box.

And in the box, I found this. 5 beautiful cupcakes. 3 toppled but it's ok. Still..they looked really sweet and pretty to me. When I opened the box, the aroma of the butter cupcakes was really strong. I ate 2 of it later that evening as I had promised to attend rpm class. It tasted really good. I just do not know how to thank her for this. It was really the thoughts that count. And that was what made our friendship simple yet beautiful.

Okay..something new happened to me yesterday. I was supposedly to train with my personal trainer but he smsed to say that he was requested to cover a class...rpm. The original instructor couldn't find a replacement and hoped that he could help her. And yea...the timing actually clashes with my slot.

So what this smart aleck did was...he asked if it is ok for him to cover the class and then invited me to join his rpm. Sighhh....rpm was the last thing I ever had in my mind. I told him to go ahead but to count me out from his class. I mean...10 minutes of cycling during my training session is already so exhausting for me..what more rpm that goes on for approximately 45 mins??

heck...no way I'm gonna attend the class but he gave some theory and I relented. Then for the whole entire day I was pondering over it. I tried to find excuses. I told him I will break my legs. He obviously didn't buy the story. he explained with his theoretical facts again and again I gave in. Then 2 hours before class, I smsed him. I chickened out. I said I am very sleepy. Too tired from too much of reading. Needs to be excused from class. He replied.....get up and walk 2 rounds and do 10 repetitive floor push ups. I will feel better. Duhhh....so much for talking to a trainer.

Anyway he persuaded again and told me that I will definitely enjoy the class and it is all at my own pace. So I said..ok..I'll be there. And I went.

Boy..oh...boy...he had to pull the bike to the front row and place me right in the middle. He said so that he could monitor me. Aiyohhhh...ok la...whatever ler...I'm already there in the room...no way to escape anymore, right?

Throughout the class, I was amazed and surprised by how it was conducted. I found out that it was an even better way to de-stress then just working on the machines. It was really enjoyable. So he didn't lie when he said I will enjoy it.

I thanked him for talking me out of skipping the class. I now looked forward to attending more of his rpm classes. unfortunately I think it will be a bit tough as his classes are usually conducted during weekdays around noon. I will be at work at those hours.

So that was how I spent New Year Eve. No countdown for me this year. I had a hectic one last year and this year I have decided to just stay indoor and sleep. However, I received tonnes of smses and phone calls wishing me Happy New Year and Happy Birthday. These are moments that I treasured the most. As I aged, i realised I couldn't stand places that are over crowded. Hence, I avoid it.

Happy New Year everyone.

Another Christmas Party

Well....after a fabulous time I had at the Christmas Party hosted by my boss, I had another one hosted by an aunt.

A self proclaimed Christian who never steps into the church, she decided to treat us to a Christmas dinner at a Chinese restaurant. So we went. We were told to bring a gift each for gift exchange during the later part of the evening.

Some of them were late. They were not punctual. That is a typical
Malaysian attitude. I cannot understand why. They are not ashamed of keeping others in wait for easily half an hour. I was bored and hungry. Getting restless, I looked around the restaurant. I found nothing nice except for the deco.

Then when everyone has arrived, at last...dinner is served. I had wanted to take pics of the food, all nicely garnished but no...I was famished. i couldn't wait. So in the end, I took this

The food looked like it had gone through a war zone, having been rummaged and salvaged. Dad asked why i took pic of empty dish. I said...oh, heck..I was too hungry and I don't want to hold the others from the nicely served food just because I wanted to take pics. It tasted superbly delicious. Or was it because I had been too hungry?

A pic of m
y family.

Standing left to right : Dad, Aunt, Cousin
Sitting left to right : Myself, Aunt, Edrik, Mom

We brought a Christmas cake along and guess what....altogether there were 4 Christmas cakes that night. Crazy...how to finish?

This one is from us.

After dinner, we went over to aunt's house for gift exchange.

Well, it was quite an interesting evening despite the waiting. I met cousins whom I have not seen in years. Some has changed tremendously. I wouldn't even be able to recognise them in the streets. It was a good time to be in touch again and rekindle fond memories.

Happy New Year

I have had blogspot account for more than a year but never did blog here.

As we all usher in the New Year, I have decided to blog here instead of www.xanga.com/mahsusan

Will be updating more soon. Need some time to get familiarised with Blogspot.