Tuesday, 24 March 2009

A momentus event

I just shaved my facial hair for the first time!

The last time I had a shaver to my face was when I was a wee lad of maybe 7 or less years of age. I was in the toilet and saw my dad's razor thingum. I don't think I knew what it was, but I somehow ended up hurting the area right under my lower lip pretty bad. Couldn't open my mouth properly for a week. It was either that or another funny story that caused the mouth thing.

But I did injure myself.

Lol I look so much neater now.

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Monday, 23 March 2009


I want to play the piano awesomely.

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Sunday, 22 March 2009

The NERV...


Don't you think the above looks a little bit like this?

Conspiracy theory time.

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It's 42 minutes to Monday and I still haven't started on my homework and/or cleaning of my room.

However, I have learned a few things about guitars.

I fail, I know.

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Saturday, 21 March 2009

Plan fail

Before the March holidays, I planned to be on top of my studies, clean my room (for the first time since forever) and enjoy myself.

I ended up...

...going for TJ Talentine.

...slacking at Daniel's place.

...watching the epic awesomeness that is Watchmen.

...going for NCC (Sea)'s March camp.

...embarrassing myself at a funeral.

...going for a random family chalet.

...taking awesome sky pictures on the way to TK for the camp again.

...returning to the family chalet.

...going for Ameera's birthday chalet.

...performing with TPJChoir at VJ.

...not touching any work.

Also, I brought my Physics file almost everywhere I went. Didn't touch it.
So, yes. I win.

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Friday, 13 March 2009


My mindset for JC is to try anything and everything, and if I really can't do it, then I'll just have to bear with it/drop it.

My Art (Yes, I'm taking Art now) teacher tells the J1s the same thing. Try and experiment with anything and everything, there is no right or wrong.

I have a mental list of things I want to do, and I also had an idea of what to post for this post but...I kinda forgot what I wanted to say.

So, I'll leave you with my non-digital art pieces that I did for Art (My first non-pencil ones, mind you).

I used acrylic paint for everything but the skull, for which I used copics.

My first pastel work. Was just experimenting and got some tips and help from the Art teacher.

My second and more controlled and planned pastel work. This one has a message behind it, so see if you can guess the meaning.

My first actual freehand painting. The whale became the subject matter through a mostly random selection method.

And I decided to add more blue. I think I prefer it when it was grey-er though.

And with extra paint, I did this:, yeah. All done in the timespan of less than 1.5 hours each. I still have a lot of room to improve, but I think I'm off to a good start.

Also, have a look at my timetable:

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Sunday, 8 March 2009

Wishing you were somehow here again

As much as I enjoy TPJC and choir, I just can't say that it's TK.

TK was just awesome.

And I miss it ever so much.

I miss gathering at the assembly plaza for morning assembly.
I miss having a classroom and a table for all your stuff.
I miss having a common recess with the rest of the cohort so you can meet your friends from the same level.
I miss just fooling around anywhere and everywhere.
I miss Marine Parade.
I miss DnT and Ms Seah's screaming.
I even miss Xin Ci's nonsense.
I miss staying back for no apparent reason.

Most of all, though, I miss my friends.

And there's this large part of me that just doesn't want Secondary School life to end.

JC is fun, but it just doesn't feel like home. TK, however, feels so familiar and safe. It may not have a running track, a big gym, etc. But it gave me a sense of belonging.

I can go back to TK anytime I want, but I'm feeling this way because it just won't be the same. That's because some people won't even want to come back to TK. And even if they do, we won't be in the school uniform attending lessons.

Sitting through a boring class in TK seems appealing right now. I'd be beside Brandon, doodling and making fun of everything.

Or I could be sitting beside Ashley in the Physics Lab totally not paying attention and instead drawing on each other's books.

Or I could be singing with her (I miss that too much).

Or I could be sitting in the COE barely doing any folio work and instead enjoying the company there.

You get the idea.

No matter how meaningless those moments seemed at the time, I now realise that they were what made the TK experience so awesome because with those moments, we bonded. As we forged stronger bonds, our relationships escalated and meant much more to us. And since those relationships mean so much to me, I'm filled with this sense of longing.

I long to be a Secondary School kid again.

But, life is life. We all have to move on, and sadly, that means letting some things go.

So, before TK slowly fades from my memory, I'd just like to say that I loved the TK experience and I'll cherish all my memories there.

And all of you who have been/are in TK and have made the TK experience what it was, I thank you from the bottom of my heart (Cheesey, I know).


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Wednesday, 4 March 2009


Why hello there, good people of the Internet.

Yes, I am fully aware of my hiatus.

And I would just like to say that...

there isn't much to blog about.

Except for the fact that I have a pink laptop.

Yey :)

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