Thursday, September 29, 2016

Last working day

Here I am, like any other extension posting interns, laze around in Cons like nobody's business. No one cares about what I do now, junior interns daren't even pass a case file to me first. That's how superior you are, when it comes to being the most senior among the UGs.

Kinda suck though, to be posted alone on my last day of internship. Time passes by exceptionally slow today.

Had a hearty breakfast in Ideals with the usual breakfast gang today. Can't believe it's all coming to an end!

In just a few hours time, my Raichu is coming down to Mangalore one last time before I bid India farewell for good. Super excited! At the same time, am a little worried about the security in Maharaja. Because I was kinda blacklisted already since that day I fought with the treasurer of the residency. Pfffttt... Rude guy

The pic below shows the most dedicated lecturer in Conso department and also in our college, Manuel Sir. Everyone's favourite. Every girl's crush. Girls will just stop talking to me (in the midst of a conversation I'm saying!!!) whenever he passes by. -_-'

Sunday, September 25, 2016


No hello back.

With all the furnitures sold off, I'm practically facing and talking to the four walls just to kill time.

And thank God I'm playing the keys tomorrow, at least I have something to look forward to, don't have to wake up feeling miserable tomorrow.

Or perhaps, I will still feel miserable. Suan le ba, you're a loser, Loh.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Thursday, September 22, 2016


Betty shared a song in the worship team's Whatsapp today entitled 'Oh, me of little faith'.

So the song starts of with 'Oh me of little faith' and then the next verse it says 'Oh me of little hope', followed by 'Oh me of little peace', 'Oh me of little love' and lastly 'Oh me of little strength'.

I felt the outcry of the author as he penned down the lyrics. How many of us are willing to admit that many times we rely too much on ourselves or others but not God? We just want to sing of His mercy, love and grace, but when trials come, how many of us can stand the tests?

Though I am a regular in terms of church going and serving, praying and reading the Word, unbelief is always something I have been dealing with for quite a long time. And I don't know how I managed to hold on, though I am always a 'man of little faith'. I guess I now understand what God said about having faith of the size of a mustard seed is ENOUGH to move mountains. (Matthew 17:20)

God planted that seed of faith in me, for which I am forever grateful.

And the chorus goes 'Lord help me with my unbelief, trust and fear are fighting and I am somewhere in between, a fumbling fool I am, but I will never understand, how You oh God of endless grace, could love me man of little faith'.

It is always God who initiated everything. He understands how imperfect we are, how impossible it is for us to obey all the law, how frequent our faith wavers, how easy it is for us to wonder. In spite of these, His grace is ever sufficient (2 Corinthians 12:9). He chose to love us and look past our mistakes. And trust that He will finish it the same. (Phillipians 1:6)

Grace wins. No more lying in defeat, he has lifted us up from the sea of guilt, nailed it on the cross and washed it into nothingness.

So, oh you of little faith, you've got God on your back!

Wednesday, September 21, 2016


Trying out this noob blogger app camera.

Oklah, still noob, but since got two gorgeous faces inside this pic I don't want to condemn any further.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Back at it again with the long winded post


Guess I'm really stupid for thinking that blogging can only be done using the laptop, because this has consistently been my excuse for not blogging. (Besides not having ideas to write anymore, the age factor is the culprit!)

So it suddenly dawned upon me that perhaps, blogspot would probably have its app now. Abuden right? But to me at that time it was as though I received a revelation from the heavens like Confucius. Just that he achieved Nirvana, I on the other hand, only found out something everyone already knew for ages. That's the definition of epic failure, or syok sendiri.

Yesterday bae was shaming me by reading my previous blog posts out loud, if only you guys were there to see the depth of the dent in my palm. (Cause I facepalm-ed too much)

In case you don't know, I have a bae now already. Don't even try to bring up my old posts about me going all out for singleness, I mean that was like 6 7 years ago la. I think I'm old enough to even get married and have kids already kay. (Rolls eyes)

And my bae is cute. Muaks to you Rae!

Not sure in future I will be regular in blogging, I'm a step closer to entering the real crazy competitive adult world, so no promises. Life can be so fun and the next day it can be hell on earth. Gosh I'm feeling old.

Picture below showing the life of extension interns in India, where people's sweat and blood are harvested in Hay Day (no pun intended) and sometimes, Pokemon Go(esp when one finds a lure module pokestop, and I am one of them).

Oh great my battery is dying. Life. :/