Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Lost down in a deep dark hole.
No one can find me not even my self.
I see a shimmer of light coming through.
I reach up and feel the warmth of it on my fingertips.
It's my hope, my faith.
I have a chance to live.
I have a chance to love myself once again.
I start to crawl, I crawl one foot then another and I fall.
I will not give up.
I will not put my self back down at the bottom of that deep dark hole.
I try again and again.
I am tired, lonely, confused, and angry.
But I see happiness where the light is.
I just have to find the power and strength to get there.
One of these days I will.
I will find my way.

It's a beautiful poem from Cat L. It describes exactly how I feel right now.....

Monday, July 28, 2008

Another new cafe in SS2! woo-hoo...SS2 is not only filled with bridal houses but also durian stalls cafes. This is their 5th outlet if I'm not mistaken.

The trendy cafe (outdoor section). We went there last Saturday for supper and it was full of people!

Both David and I, are coffee addict. Whenever we go out for drinks or food, the FIRST thing we look for are the coffees, of any kind on the menu.

Mocha Latte (RM7.80). Straight shot smooth latte with chocolate flavour. Coffee and chocolate, perfect!

My Caramel Cappuccino (RM 7.80). Straight shot foamy cappuccino with caramel flavour. I love the sweet, rich caramel taste.

Mybf, who is not a coffee lover had Raspberry Fresh (RM5.80).

We were quite impressed by Amber Chia's pictures everywhere variety of food mentioned on the menu.

For something light, they had Pyramid Tofu (RM4.80). I don't like tofu, so I don't eat it.

Chicken burger (RM6.80). The burger was good; crunchy and tasty.

Chicken Schnitzel (RM10.80). German names with Italian style crumbled chicken breast pan fried till golden, served with honey mustard sauce, accompanied with French fries and medley of garden vegetables with a dash of dressing.

oh by the way, the cafe is located right behind Old Taste Cafe!

Saturday, July 26, 2008

I didn't pamper my hair ever since I chopped-off my ponytail. It's dry with some split ends and it's screaming for help. Apart from washing and conditioning, that's pretty much the only thing I do to my hair!

So, last Sunday mybf decided to pamper me my hair at a decent salon called Glamour hair studio and he was willing to sit there and wait for me until I get my hair fixed. He has also promised the hair stylist to bring me back after one month for another treatment!

That's the professional hair stylist (at the counter) who trimmed my all-one-length hair (I hated it) layered. I'm not sure about you but I preferred male hair stylists. I love the way he waved his scissors like a samurai through my hair!

After a good haircut plus, a good treatment using Schwarzkopf Professional hair care products, my hair is smooth and soft and smells wonderful! The jig is up but, bits flat like a pancake....LOL

Friday, July 25, 2008

"The great question which I have not been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul, is What does a woman want?"
~Sigmund Freud

"A man always blames the woman who fooled him. In the same way he blames the door he walks into in the dark."
~Henry Louis Mencken

"If divorce has increased by one thousand percent, don't blame the women's movement. Blame the obsolete sex roles on which our marriages were based."
~Betty Naomi Friedan

"Why is it that men can be bastards and women must wear pearls and smile?"
~Lynn Hecht Schafren

"Men and women are limited not by the place of their birth, not by the color of their skin, but by the size of their hope."
~John Johnson

"A very large amount of human suffering and frustration is caused by the fact that many men and women are not content to be the sort of beings that God has made them, but try to persuade themselves that they are really beings of some different kind."
~Eric Mascall

"Life without sex might be safer but it would be unbearably dull. It is the sex instinct which makes women seem beautiful, which they are once in a blue moon, and men seem wise and brave, which they never are at all. Throttle it, denaturalize it, take it away, and human existence would be reduced to the prosiac, laborious, boresome, imbecile level of life in an anthill."
~Henry Louis Mencken

"Males and females have never seemed to fully understand each other. It will probably continue this way, but I think that's part of the magic of it all."
~Scott Bairstow

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

I had a long day around Bukit Bintang area last Friday. First, I went to Wisma Cosway to have lunch with Molly and Lianny at a cozy restaurant-cum-bar called Wagon. It was so nice to catch up with them after quite some time. Thanks Molly for buying us lunch! Then I went to Juicy Couture in Pavilion but didn't buy anything, obviously. Why? A tiered strapless dress cost more than RM1000.00! I like their handbags, though.

Around 3p.m., mybf came to KL and looked for me. He was craving for Western food. So we headed to U-Cafe which served only local cuisine previously at Sungei Wang Plaza.

A comfortable outdoor environment and we love watching the street scene while having our meal.

So cheap, eh? I wish they've "BUY 3 Free 2 non-alcohol beverages" for me.

He ordered 5 bottles of beer!

And I had hazelnut milk (RM5.90).

His Fire Flame Cajun Chicken Chop (RM18.90) marinated in 12 spices grilled with BBQ sauce.

While waiting for him to enjoy and finish his beer, I had another hot chocolate (RM6.90).

Total bill was about RM77.00.

After shopped for a while, my feet were so tired of walking with my high heels. So, I've a good reason to get myself another pair of flat sandals right?

Nose's casual flat sandals. Oh dear, it was so cheap! RM15.00 only and I can walk miles in them without feeling a thing!!

A few hours later, we went to Jalan Alor. It was so packed! We didn't want to go back to the stall that we usually go at Jalan Alor. We wanted to try different stall with different food.

These are nearby the durian stall.

Boiled cockles (RM5.00).

Fried beef kway teow (RM6.00). Very, very delicious!

Grilled stingray (RM14.00).

Whenever he comes here, he ended up having the same food; boiled cockles and grilled stingray.

Friday, July 18, 2008

May you be showered with many blessings from above...

on your birthday!!!

I'm so glad that she "found" me on Friendster!

I considered myself is not an active Nuffnanger simply because I never attended their events so far (shame to be one of the Glitterati members). What about you? Anyway, Nuffnang never failed to come up with all sorts of good stuff especially those interesting and exciting events.

I believe every Nuffnangers had received this from Nuffnang.

Don't you love being a Nuffnanger!!? Do you like making money from your blog? Do you enjoy attending our events such as the Pajama Party, Wild 'Live' Blogging and Nuffnang Private Movie Screenings? Do you relish participating in our contests?

Keep your eyes and ears peeled, if you do, as there is definitely lots more in store!

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In addition to our blog and main site, Nuffnang proudly introduces its Facebook Fan Page here.

Show your love for Nuffnang by becoming a Fan of our Nuffnang Fan Page today and you'll be updated with various announcements and exclusive invitations for events in the future! I'm talking about invites to premieres of movies, events and even concerts!

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Talking about Facebook, *sigh* I've a facebook account but I'm not very active on Facebook either! I didn't reply all the messages and I missed a yum cha session with some friends due to I didn't even log in to FB since few weeks ago. Terrible me! Okay, now I'm going to reply every message. And, to approve all the requests:

except this, of course.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

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We haven't been to PS (Chinatown) for ages. So last week, we went there for the fun of visiting the jostling crowd and noise and to squeeze our way through a sea of bodies.

Okay, I'm just kidding.

We were there for the food. Looking for hawker food or street food to be exact. It was around 5p.m and the food stall at the corner of HLB wasn't open yet. Due to my empty stomach was complaining, we decided to try the food across the street.

A delicious bowl of Prawn hor fun (flat rice noodles). Superb! hmm...I'm always craving for hor fun.

Lobak, a mix of deep fried stuffs served with two types of dipping sauces.

Hawker food is extremely cheap and don't be surprised that some stalls serve very good food too!

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