Saturday, June 19, 2004

Two Movies in a Row -- Alone

Anyone watch two movies in a row before? I just did that again today! I went to watch Around The World in 80 Days as well as Harry Porter. In fact, at one time, I actually went to watch 3 movies within a day's time. How to I describe that day, oh~ the day just pass like a breeze...

How about doing it alone? Anyone actually watch movie alone like me? How about watch a series of movies in a row alone as well? I rather enjoy watching movies alone. Perhaps at one point or another I just like watching movie without someone repeating the script to me again, not to mention having to wait for this person and that person to watch it together.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Yahoo Mail 100MB Space Storage

Anyone noticed anything strange with their Yahoo Mail account today?? I was actually thinking Yahoo is playing a prank on the user when my account showed a space of 100MB!! Now can transfer an attachment up to the size of 10mb at one go. Pretty cool isn't it?

MUST - Malaysia University of Science and Technology

They say they are in collaboration with MIT in Boston, US.

It still doesn't sound very convincing to pay RM60K for a MSc. course that is only 18 months. First of all, the science course only offer so little research work and the subjects are such generalize!

I took a look at the lab and found it quite empty. In fact, I think I can ride a bicycle short distant in side. (Hey, that's what my colleague did in the office when every else was away on the company trip).

Not to brag, I do think I know a lot more about the current Biotech industry more than these bunch of people that just come back from all around the world.

Anyway, you can check this out yourself to see if it is your cup of tea.


Monday, June 14, 2004

A Lifetime Decision

Since no one comes to here, I thought I might write something rather personal today...

Have you ever come to a point in your life where you've got to make the decision that might affect the rest of your life. Ok, ok, maybe not the rest, but at least for the next few years. Perhaps by then you might still have a chance to mend things up if it turn out sour. Perhaps too by then the emotional state will change forever, and so does your perception about life.

For the first time, I have found use for ex bf. :o)

We had a rather long chat tonite. Up till now, I have been troubled by a certain matters, and tonite he has been able to give me the suggestions that really touch my heart. He thinks I should move out and stay with Mark when Mark returns in July.

When I asked him what do I do then as Mark return to UK a year later,
He said "Go with him. Work there while he study and when he graduate he will appreciate what you've done for him throughout the years."

I asked, what if he didn't turn out to be someone I expected?
He said, you must have faith then. Things don't last forever, it just comes and goes. He doesn't look successful now, but he shall be one as the right opportunity strikes.

When I ask, what if we start to fight there?
He said, then don't fight. Accept each other the way they are.

I asked again, what if the life there is hard?
He said, you are young and you shall be able to thrive through these hardships. Comfort life here is not good in bringing out the best of you.

And then I felt so touched in my heart, like god has spoke through his mouth. Tears then filled my eyes.

Saturday, June 12, 2004

Current Wishlist: Trip to Bandung Indonesia

Was talking to a customer over cup of tea at KL General Hospital. Apparently she just came back from a trip to Bandung having so much of fun there. And the weather seems just very cooling at 15C. Plantations of tea are everywhere, while buildings were highly influenced by the Dutch during previous colonial era. Not forgetting that it is not so expensive to travel there since Air Asia started to offer cheap flights to there. (~RM250) for the ticket!

Friday, June 11, 2004

Meow Meow ; Help Help

Was at UPM Veterinary Hospital (Located at the Veterinary Medicine Faculty). There was this old indian aunty pleading the staffs there to take her cats, all 6 or 7 of them! Of course, you would've guess as well that these cats were not welcomed at all. The in charge doctor suggested the auntie bring her cats to PAWS instead. She was reluctant to bring them to PAWS, so she and her son goes loading the cage with all the cats into the van. The cats went "meow! meow! meow!". Her son was amused and say "yeah yeah, Help! Help! Help!"

Thursday, June 10, 2004


Hello~ does anyone still comes here to read everynow and then? Just thought I would test this out after my blog being idle for sometime.

Anyway, nothing much happened since the last time I blog here. Maybe a lil, e.g. I met my new guy named Mark. Oooo... he is gorgeous. Then I changed a new job, put on few kgs. Yet, I am still me, the same old cheerful Dana. :-)