Thursday, December 23, 2010


Among all the delicacies available in Suasana Foodcourt KLCC, nothing beats the taste, the exhilaration, and the blasphemous feeling that this food has to offer. Seriously, it's "TERBAEK"! (the best)

Not even the one in The Curve could beat this one. Nasi Ayam Penyet AP is better than Waroeng Penyet. It is undoubtedly the best.

p/s: Best to eat when you are loaded with problems. It'll whistle all your tensions out! XD

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


I can't really say how Malaysianized I am. Being a Selangorian (and not a KLite), I hardly ever explore Selangor to say the least, let alone KL which is surrounded by it. So, when I got the chance to visit the famous attraction for the first time in my 25 years of living, I had to say I was quite ecstatic, albeit feeling deadbeat tired. I was so tired that I couldn't even finish my lunch, which was Spaghetti Napolitana, which tasted and presented quite..weird. Too gravy-ish.

I had to say, though, that cronysm or conflict of interest did occur upon my entering the facility, when some hotshot granted entrance to these two visitors who were queueing behind me and my group of students. As hard-hearted as I am, not to mention my degree of DIVA-ness, however dormant it is now, though it can be awakened at any time, mind you *flips hair*, I didnt bulge an inch when the gatekeeper tried to stall my entrance at 1620 to 1640. As I told off to his face, "We demand to be admitted now", we were then, despite being separated by half of the crews, ushered to a separate section, when we were then escorted to the elevator, after having gone through a checkpoint a la airport security.

All the hustle and bustle and the ruckus just for the mere 15 minutes *shot of fame, not a chance, lol* of stay on the bridge. 'Twas awesome, though. Experiencing the bird eyes view of the city and her glorious concrete jungle of a panorama.

Now that I have experienced the Skybridge, what's next? Most probably the Observation Deck on level 80. That ought to be AWESOMER.


Ever since I bought the new netbook, I kinda have the itch to make it as portable as possible. I thought that being lightweight and compact, it would have been no problem at all going online in the train or at Starbucks, to say the least. Little did I know that how mountainous the workload would be. More hours here, extra there, it was suffice to say that I hardly ever get the chance to even flip it open on my workdesk.

Speaking of which, some colleagues of mine, whether they were bantering about it or they really meant it, they made remarks on my workstation as being 'homely' and inviting. Of course, with side jokes as well. *smirk*

Now that I think about it, there were too much things happening. I guess I'll start picking up blogging again. I sure hope that the next entry will not be in months to come.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

3 months, a Convocation and a few assets after.

It has been a very long while since I last blogged. Sept 7, to be exact. When working was still a rising beeyotch and not drop-dead-ups-and-downs and minus the classes I have taught, seminars and workshops I have been to, and a few things which I have proudly bought with my own money, the money I earnestly earned from my salaries.

After countless movie 'marathon' and dates with Tatie sayam and the students, the hangouts, the storytelling sessions, the blog-readings and all, I am still too numb to blog.

Nevertheless, I've graduated with B.Ed. (Hons) TESL and am now looking forward to doing my Master in Linguistics. Universiti Malaya, here I come.