Date: Jun 9th, 2006 12:52:52 am - Subscribe
Mood: heavenly

Went out with Xiao Meowz, my girlfriend yesterday. We wanted to go ice-skating, but it was too crowed there, so we went to Esplannade to eat Haagan Daaz Ice-crean... Keke...
The fondue was great! A purrfect treat for couples like us. It consists of cookies, cakes, fruits and of course, ice cream. But the specialty was the melted chocolate, which you can dippped your food in. Normal for most, but great for us, since Xiao Meowz like anything with chocolate... Haha...
After that we went to Marina Square. We meet my buddy there, just for a while and proceeded to play at the arcade. I finally defeated her at Street Fighter Puzzle Fighter! Keke... But overall she beat me flat...
Then we went shopping. She bought me a cute tie. Thanks so much.:p
We went home at around nine plus and we kissed for the first time... tounge.gif Not exactly my first kiss, but a really emotional one for me...
Yesterday 8th of June 2006 was one of the most memorable day of my life... tounge.gif
I know I sound like a little boy... -.-
But I am one... Haha...
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Past few days...
Date: Jun 4th, 2006 10:38:02 pm - Subscribe
Mood: unsure

Had been exercising past few days and starting to get leaner... Haha... Actually today I plan to go swimming but the weather don't seem friendly. Anyway, I'm sure I can wait till the weather changes... Cos it's my off day today! Hehe...
Yesterday my gf was very cold towards me just because I keep teasing her that she is very cute and behaves like a little girl. She refused to talk with me. She insisted I cannot call her "cute cute". Actually I was pretty pissed off by her coldness, cos she told me she accepts me for who I am, but she won't accept the playful part of me? Or is it just the nick was too much for her? But I feel that it's no point forcing me to stop teasing her about her being little girl when in my heart, she IS one.
And only little girls complain about things like this in a relationship.
And I'm probably a little boy now, grumbling like there's no tomorrow...
Oh well...
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Visit to my place
Date: May 29th, 2006 11:34:17 pm - Subscribe
Mood: playful

Yesterday, my girlfriend came to my place. This is the first time I have brought a girl to my place. Haha... I'm usually not comfortable with bringing people to my place but hey! She's my girlfriend right? Not a stranger at all.
We didn't do much also... Just played her favorite Fatal Frame game. She's just so adorable when she plays... :p Just like a little kid, that I have to pinch her and disturb her when she was playing. I played with her too. Found it an interesting game (Not more interesting to me as her or Dota though...) Anyway, we will be playing again probably next week when she visits my place again. happy.gif
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It's been a long time...
Date: May 27th, 2006 11:59:59 am - Subscribe
Mood: Neutral

It's been a long time since I blogged! A lot of events has happened during this period... Haha...
Relationship-wise... I have stopped contacting Monkie. It just isn't the right thing to be in this kind of love tussle. I don't want to break someone's relationship for my selfishness... I don't condone Monkie's actions too... All along, there's this me that totally despise myself for doing this... I'm glad I managed to end this at last... It was a draggy seven months for me, but I learnt a lot about relationship issues during this time. Three months after ending this struggle, I'm now attached to a wonderful girl... She's the friend of shir's who went ice-skating with me last Christmas eve. I'm happy and thanks god for letting me know such a sweet girl. tounge.gif
Career-wise... It hasn't been a great year... I was leading the score with my level three course when I made a great mistake during my final practical test and end up becoming the second of the course... It was disappointing to me as the tester had thrown in a situation that was not in the test script and confused me totally about what the scenario was actually about. After passing out from my level three course, I was posted to a fire station where most of the ambulance drivers was lazy and demanding... And most, of course, didn't like me... Recently, I got a complaint letter from one of the patient's wife, saying I was delaying treatment and overdosed her husband with glucose... Haiz...
I looked at my resolution this year and sadly, I didn't really fulfil all of them... I mean I tried, more or less 80% of each was done... But I hope to be able to save more money? (My girlfriend is nagging about this). Hopefully, can read more about psychology too. happy.gif
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Date: Jan 1st, 2006 5:34:30 pm - Subscribe
Mood: sleepy (Is that a mood?)

Happy New Year everyone!

Spent the whole day zzz... cause on the eve, I went out play LAN games the whole night... Was really tired when I got home...

The coming of 2006 means new resolutions to be made! I don't believe in it really but I'll just make some... Hee hee... here goes:

1) To read and increase my knowledge about emergency care, at least half an hour a day studying it. (That's enough actually if you really spend that time focusing and understanding what you are reading.)

2) To exercise at least 5 times a week... (Actually i have been doing that constantly, except last week...)

3) To eat cautiously (I'm not abandoning the food I love... NO WAY! There are other ways to eat healthily, like eating small meals, etc.)

4) To tidy up my room, at least once a month... (Well it's getting kind of untidy... Cause I became sort of lazy... Oops... But it's still okay, I guess...)

5) To continue and always love the people I care about and those who care about me.
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Well there's an article I read about resolutions...

Forget New Year’s Resolutions â€" They Don’t Work

by: Vic Johnson

You can forget about making New Year’s Resolutions if you’re hoping for a successful outcome. Most aren’t worth the paper they’re written on.

No less than Mark Twain has written of New Year’s Resolutions, “Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual. Yesterday, everybody smoked his last cigar, took his last drink, and swore his last oath. Today, we are a pious and exemplary community. Thirty days from now, we shall have cast our reformation to the winds and gone to cutting our ancient shortcomings considerably shorter than ever.”

The biggest majority of New Year’s Resolutions have gone by the wayside before January is over and most won’t even be remembered six months later. And the reason is pretty simple: Most are made in response to something negative -- a habit or situation that the person wants to change or end. And therein lies the problem â€" it’s hard to develop momentum from a negative response. It is always easier to move toward something rather than away from something.

Consider one of the most adopted resolutions --- weight loss. No one can get excited about losing weight because it requires deprivation. It’s a negative response to concerns about appearance, health, etc. The results of weight loss Resolutions demonstrate their weakness. A 1998 survey sponsored by Gardenburger found that more than three-fourths of all women between the ages of 25 and 54 make diet and weight-loss plans each year. Nearly nine of 10 respondents reported only occasional or no success, while almost half lost little or actually gained weight instead.

The people who succeed at losing weight and maintaining the loss have usually been motivated by a dream much bigger and more positive than just losing weight. They see themselves living a healthy lifestyle. They begin to act and think like people who are in good physical shape. There’s more of a radical change in a person’s thinking and actions than you see with most resolutions. It wouldn’t be possible to effect and sustain such a radical change unless the person is motivated by a big dream that is positive in nature.

Another popular aim is to quit smoking. And I can certainly relate to that -- I was a three-pack-a-day smoker until I celebrated a smoke-free New Year’s twelve years ago. For over twenty years I had tried to quit many times using every tool and technique I heard about. But as long as I was trying to quit, I couldn’t break the grip.

Instead, I developed a dream to become a non-smoker. I fell in love with the idea of breathing clean air instead of smoky air, of my body and clothes smelling nice instead of smoky. I thought about how wonderful it would be to taste food again. I decided to start acting and thinking like a non-smoker, and when the thinking took hold I simply quit smoking. In all the years since, I’ve never wanted another cigarette, never even thought about wanting one.

If you’re going to make a New Year’s Resolution this year, make one with a high probability for success. Make a Resolution to develop a life plan. Most people are in a free-fall through life, careening from one crisis to the next. They wake up one day and 10, 20, 30 or more years have passed and they’re nowhere near where they thought or hoped they’d be. Working with a life plan you’re much more apt to be excited by what the future brings even if you succeed at attaining only a small part of your plan.

A life plan should address all areas of your life including finances, health, relationships, career, spiritual and even recreational. While a lot of our focus tends to be on financial issues like increasing income or decreasing debt, or health issues like losing weight or quitting smoking, the undeniable truth is that a life lived out of balance isn’t a life of quality at all.

If you were going to build a new house and you had this idea for a fabulous master bedroom suite, you wouldn’t rush out and start building the master bedroom. You’d have a complete plan before you started. When you approach resolutions and goals in the same manner, you end up with a much better chance of achieving success.

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