Thursday, June 21, 2012

Happiness is a journey, not a destination

Putting everything on hold to achieve the one thing you think will make you happy will actually mean that you're miserable along the way to getting there, and when you get there, you might find that the thing you wanted doesn't make you as happy as you thought it would, or worse, you've completely forgotten how to be happy.
-page 27, The Woman He Loved Before by Dorothy Koomson- 

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

It's here

Summer 2012, that's what's here. I'm very glad to be free from the daily library camping sessions, nerding away. But at the same time, I do miss the distraction that studying provided. But still, summer is pretty awesome :)


So faaaaaarrrr, we're about 2 weeks into summer and I've gone to Redang last week :) My very first time to Redang. The place is beautiful. Really wish I could go back there again. 


Last night in Redang, dinner by the beach :)

Also managed to have a movie/outing with ze closest catechism mates, Chris, Glynn and Colin. We watched Madagascar 3 and seriously spent the entire time laughing our butts off. The movie is hilarious. Please do go watch it :) Then we spent another hour just taking pictures and laughing at everything under the sun.

Just to compare our height difference :P

I'll be off to Cameron this weekend to help out for the confirmation camp, and then heading to Melaka next week for a frisbee tournament. Many plans, cuz like I said before, I'm determined to make summer awesome. More awesome than last year in fact, because I can.

On a much randomer note, started off today on a pretty bad note. Had a horrible dream. One that's definitely going to haunt me for quite a while, and naturally just put me in a pretty depressing mood since morning. Which made my mind wonder a bit too much, and of course made everything seem so much worse. But it really is amazing sometimes, how the people who make u the happiest once upon a time, can now be the people who make you the saddest. Yes I digress. I apologise. I'm done, really. Tata :)