Friday, December 24, 2010


Feel lonely, especially on a festive eve.

How do I adapt back to the lifestyle before he jumped into my life?

So used to be around him.

Hanging out with him.

Chatting with him.

Looking at him.

No more now.

Thursday, December 23, 2010


Staring at the big bear that he gave me for my birthday 8 years ago.

Staring at the bunch of mini bears bouquet that he gave me for my birthday this year.

Staring at them without a reason.

Just wanna stare.

But the thing is, the more I stare, the more my heart aches.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

so difficult

Why is it so difficult to not to think of someone?

Even when during normal conversation, I will always mention him.

Even when I am doing something, I will always think about him.

Can't stop looking at our photos together.

My brain just couldn't let me stop thinking about him.

Forgetting someone is never easy, isn't it?

Gosh, I miss him.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Tough moments

Had an argument with him last Wednesday.

And I thought going to KK on weekends can make me forget him for awhile, but it didn’t.

During the trip, I have thought about a lot of things.

I wonder he really doesn’t want to hear my voice anymore.

I feel that he is bored of me after all these years.

I think he will be happier without me in his life.

I ponder about our time together. Good and bad.

This is worst time that we are going through. Everytime we argued, we settled within 2 days. But this time, it is that bad. He never call since last Wednesday, except for hacking my facebook account.

There is no future that I can foresee at this moment.

Maybe we need some time-off for each other.

I am trying to adjust my life without his presence now.

It is not easy, but I will try.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

La Yosh - Plaza Damas

When I see Japanese Western Food, I immediately thought of Pasta Zanmai. There is another restaurant located in Plaza Damas that has similar concept. But to me, both have their own distinct taste.

It was almost 9pm when we reached there and the restaurant only have one table occupied. It is not big though but the ambience was cozy with dim lights and nice settings / decoration. They also have an open kitchen concept where you can see the chef cook.

I ordered Chicken Steak Mushroom (RM21.90), couldnt resist anything with mushrooms (must be influenced by my sis). It came in a really small plate / portion and it was just nice for me. The spaghetti sauce was just nice, it was not overly creamy. The chicken steak was nice too, but I took out the skin, too fatty for me. Wish they could give more mushrooms and vege though.


Boy boy ordered Set Dinner (RM38). It came with salad, soup, main dish and dessert. The salad was normal. The soup that day was clam chowder. A bit powdery (I think all clam chowder is like that) and a little bit clam in it.


There have 3 main dishes for you to choose from (if I am not mistaken), boy boy chose grilled salmon. I am very particular with GRILLED salmon as it has fishy smell whenever the salmon is grilled, I always prefer it to be fresh. This La Yosh version too was no exception. I took a bite and there was some fishy smell. I like the carrot though, nice taste.


The set comes with green tea ice cream. Normal.


Maybe I will come back again with my family to give it another try.

La Yosh Japanese Western Restaurant
F-0-2, Plaza Damas,
60 Sri Hartamas.
Tel: 03-62018648

Tiny Ratings:
Deliciousness: 6/10
Ambience: 7/10
Service: 7/10

Wednesday, December 15, 2010


I really couldnt take some many emotions at one time. I will go crazy!

He just told me that I am freaking noisy, better dont talk at all.

These words coming from that someone's mouth, hurts me the most.

I pondering a lot things.

F**king EMO now.


5 words to describe my feelings today:






These 5 feelings would never occur to me all together, but it happened today.

I don’t feel appreciated at all. Whatever effort that I have put in for the past 2 years and a half is all useless from your point of view, judging from what you did to me today.

Fine. Well done. You managed to push my fire up to another level. You have prompted me more to move to another step. You bear with the consequences. You deserve it.


Damn EMO now.

Monday, December 13, 2010

My day at TCM bazaar

Last weekend was our very first bazaar at Tropicana City Mall. My partner and I were excited. We were quite kelam-kabut during the arrangement of items on the first day.


After settling down everything, we were ready to serve the customers. The only thing was there was no crowd. =.=" If there are people walking by, the just see see look look, and some dont even bother to walk till end, they U-turn when they almost reaching our booth. We were quite disappointed.

In the evening, Michie Gan came and visit us with her family, we were so happy to catch up with her.

During the whole day, we saw our neighbouring booths complained to the organizer that there is no crowd, there was no business for them etc. The organizer didnt come to our booth and say hello. My partner was really angry.

At the end of the day, I went up to the organizer and requested to change our booth to a better location, and she agreed. Thanks.

So, the second day, we were just in front of 7-11, some sort of near the entrance of TCM, which was good enough. At least people will come and flip our clothes.

This is PY, who was so kind to help me jaga booth on weekends. Thanks dear, muacks!


During some free time, I took some photos.



Second day was good enough for us, although we still wanna complain a lot of things ie. the band who kept on repeating the 5 songs every 2 hours (i.e again Pixie Lott). The band was totally not up to par.

The bazaar was until 10pm, but most of the vendors packed their things starting from 6pm. Our perception was since we paid for the rental fee, mai suai we waited till the end. Around 9pm, there were only 3-4 booths left (out of 40 booths). The organizer came and chat with us. We gave them our honest opinions, no hard feelings ya! We do hope for improvements in the future.

We will be participating in the same bazaar in January, and we hope that the response is good.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Bone & Pot

Even before this place was opened, there were a lot of banner along the road in Taman Mayang. Initially we thought it was some chinese 'dit da' center, but after it was opened, we found out that it is a steamboat place.

The place was incredibly packed at night. So, the day when my bro left to SG, my parents wanted to try out this place. They picked me up at LRT station and we reached the restaurant at 6.30pm, and there were only 3 tables occupied. Please come early if you wanna try out, because by 7pm, the restaurant was packed and that day was a Friday night.


The waitress there was very friendly, she introduced their special dishes and assisted us in ordering the food. We ordered fried sotong as my mum wanted to try. The sotong was fresh and it was really crispy and not oily. The only complain was the portion was too small for 3 of us! We wanted more!


There are no set menu. You pick your broth and dishes. We picked beef slices, it came in a rather big portion. My dad was really happy with it and said it was really good (note: my dad is picky with beef).


Oyster mushroom, vege, dumpling. yee mee and pork meat balls. The dumplings were filled to the brim, it has prawn pieces in it, it was very tasty. The pork meat balls as well.


We picked 2 types of soup: Pepper broth (left) and their signature pork bone broth. Honestly speaking, my parents and I prefer the pepper broth as it was really peppery. The pork bone broth was so-so only. The pepper broth was diluted after they added soup in it but didnt add pepper. So make sure that you drink more during the first round.


They have 5 different sauces for you to choose. I personally like the fried garlic. Let me warn you first, the chilli on the bottom right was really spicy, not for the faint-hearted.


Hot boiling soup with lots of ingredients.


The food was enough for the 3 of us (not a big eater) and the bill was RM80. It was a bit expensive for steamboat considering that we do not order any seafood (except the fried sotong). Nevertheless, it is worth a try if you are willing to splurge on good steamboat, their ingredients are fresh and the broths are nice. Will I go back again? Yes I will.

Bone & Pot
7, SS25/12,
47301 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 7880 5511

Tiny Ratings:
Deliciousness: 8/10
Service: 8/10
Ambience: 8/10

Thursday, December 2, 2010


Ok guys, I am getting my new laptop tomorrow, hope that my blogging entry will resume as usual. I am still blogging from my dad’s laptop.

Updating my status in this post.


Brother has gone to SG last Friday. That morning itself, when I sat beside him and waking him up and told him that I am going to work ady and asked him to take care, my tears almost wanna flow out. Sigh, what a useless sis. Is always like that. Last time when we sent him off to Australia (that was like 8 years ago?), everyone was ok (no crying) until when my bro hugged me, my tears uncontrollably flowed out, and made all the people there cried. Luckily that morning he was still blur blur, haven’t wake up, so I left quickly, dem emo lor me.

Nevertheless, he settled down in SG now and he just booked tickets to come back during CNY. I am planning to go SG in June for their Mega Sales. No worries bro, every 3 months you can see us. Hahaha. SG not that far lar, First Coach / Airasia also very cheap only. Is just the hotel stay is expensive lor.


Yay! My sis is coming back from Australia for holiday this Friday. Guess my sis is the most excited person to see my bro back during CNY. She misses him a lot, she even dedicated a blog post for him. My sis misses her dogs too!


Today 5.30am received a sms, I have half expecting it to be a spam, it appeared that my cousin, Yen has just gave birth to a baby boy at 12.22am weighing 2.7kg, and she sms us to say that she is fine. She will be resting in my grandma’s place. Woo…I get to see the baby for a month.

Expecting another cousin of mine, Martin’s wife is giving birth around this time too, but her one is a baby girl. We are just waiting for the time to come. So, 2 babies have teman to play with each other during growing up stage. Same as my bro and I with Jojo, Ray, Yen, Wohlut and Mart, all of us are around the same age, we had good time together. Hope the next generation will have too!


Now, that’s one tiny problem, when people around me starting to get married or give birth, my emotion become unbalanced again. Sigh, thinking that why I couldn’t get marry … I want a baby too! When I have a lot of makeup jobs all packed together, I wanted to be a bride too. But now I already get used to the feelings or maybe numb already. That’s a good sign though, I still can play around for a few more years, no one can control.


I am going to Tao Cuisine to celebrate boy boy’s mom 60th birthday this Friday night. I have heard lots of good reviews and bad reviews for this buffet dinner. Good from Boy boy, bad from NCE. Guess I better try it out and see it for myself because NCE claimed that it was really really bad.


Starting a business is really hard. The amount of time and money spent on it is un-measurable. Sometimes, during Emo time, you will feel very depressed. However, Dad, mom, Boy boy and partner are really supportive. Guess when you never try, you never know right. Let me try to venture into this business and see whether am I fated to be in the fashion business.

I am having a booth in a bazaar at Tropicana Mall this weekend. A lot of things need to be prepared. I was in the sales line before and I have no idea why am I still so nervous about this. Need to buckle up my mood and attract more customers to stop at our booth.

I will also be displaying some accessories (necklaces, earrings) made by my mum (mind you, she went for a course to learn how to make accessories ok). Maybe I can try to sell cookies or cake made by my mum hor. Wah, what chap ba lang things also I wanna sell. Hahaha. If my partner read this, sure she will get shocked.


Mum will be giving me her small working table for me to put my new laptop and some fengshui stuffs to activate my business luck. Can’t wait to decorate my working table.


End of report.

The Next Three Days

The movie was about Russell Crowe’s wife, Lara was accused of murdering her boss and was put in jail. Russell Crowe talked to an ex-convict who managed to break out of jail 7 times on how to escape from jail. After that, he plans the whole jail-breaking thingy to save his wife out.

The movie was around 2 hours plus. The story was a bit slow for the first half (indeed it was really uneasy for me to sit through the first half), and it started to pick up when RC save his wife out.

The whole story was indeed a bit fake as you may say, but no doubt that RC’s character is very smart, I didn’t expect him to plan until so far away (the detective searching the map part). Plus some luck, the whole plan works really well.

TinyVerdict: 6/10