Quotation of the Day

Saturday, March 31, 2012

8:30-9:30pm Earth Hour

Guys, how's your experience in the dark? Did you really switch off the lights and electrical appliances for the past hour, 8:30pm-9:30pm?

Well, Sam and I did switch off our lights etc (exclude the fridge) at 7:15pm before we went to church. But when we returned home at 9pm, our dining hall's lights are on. Perhaps our dear housemate is not aware of Earth Hour.

Anyway, as stubborn and determined as me, I chose to fulfill and support this movement. With the dim light from the street lamps that cast through my windows, I opened my wardrobe and used my finger tips to randomly choose a pair of pyjamas. Quite an experience~ =D

How to kill the remaining 30minutes? Pray? But I've said my prayers at church earlier. Suddenly I recalled this simple set induction activity that I learnt during briefing at International Tuition School last holiday - "Drawing in the Dark".

Wee~! I drew ... *secret*

then, I wrote a letter in the dark too. haha, I thought my handwriting would be beyond recognition, but then, when I switch on the lights at9:32pm, wee, not bad lo! =D

Checked my phone, Sam said she cooked Mamee Duck noodles for supper. Wah, she's really a good cook. In less than 15 minutes, supper's ready, fried egg, cangkuk manis, hotdog and the noodle =D

That's how I experience my 2012 Earth Hour, how bout you? =)

p/s will be starting my first ministry at church tomorrow: Sunday School teacher. Hm...I knew very little about the bible, despite going to church with Yvonne for 6 years, I think I'm an old baby. Hm.. Oh ya, due to EXTREME boredom and financial savings for vacations, I will be starting my home tuition starting tomorrow too. 3 Form 4 kids. Hope things will go well =)

Happy Palm Sunday to all (^_^)

Thursday, March 22, 2012

He Knows Best

The man: "God, can I ask you a question?"

God: "Yes, what is it?"

Man: "Why is my day so tough?"

God: "Tell me what happen, son."

Man: "The alarm didn't ring. I had a hard time waking up and was late for work."

God: "And?"

Man: "I couldn't start my car engine for a long time."

God: "Continue, I'm listening."

Man: "The waiter took the wrong order for my sandwich and I had to queue up all over again."

God: "And?"

Man: "When I home after a tiring day, the massage chair didn't work. Why isn't there a smooth thing in my life?"

God: "Well son, this morning, the death angel was at your bedside. I sent angels to protect you and they took some time to fight for you. I think you would appreciate a peaceful sleep longer."

Man: "Oh."

God: "There was a drunkard man on the road. I do not want you to be the accident victim so I make spend some time starting your car engine."

Man: *head down, embarrass*

God: "The boy who was to prepare your sandwich had a flu today. I know you can't afford to fall sick today so I prevented the virus from spreading to that sandwich of yours."

Man: "Geez"

God: "And the massage chair. Well, there was some problem with the electric at home. If the massage chair can be operated, your house might face electric shortage. I think you would not like to be in the dark and fan-less sleep tonight.

Man: "Thank you, Father, for You know the best and always give me the best."