Launch the fireworks! Sound the trumpets! This is officially my one hundreth post since the creation of this blog! I have a whole set of stuff lined up just for you! Hope you enjoy the show.
I have just returned from a trip to Penang; this year's church camp was pretty good. I got to Jetski for the first time, rode on a motorbike for the first time, and ate cendol for the first time (I HATE CENDOL).
Overall it was a pretty good experience, even though I was still sick on the first day. Thank God I recovered soon enough, for His grace is sufficient for me. Got to explore Penang through Francis Dunn's fourth instalment of the Amazing Race. My team was unfortunate enough to be driven by an Indian fellow who drives people around for a fare, with a meter-less Proton. Illegal public transport? Got to meet many people, learned many new lame jokes. I feel like compiling a whole library of it right here in this blog.
It was good for a whole bunch of us retreating together to experience God. Indeed, he proved himself to be real to many, and it was pretty encouraging. My renewal of awareness of God and the fact that I was grinded by all the running the Amazing Race, I vowed to change my ways. I must take care of my body, my mind and my spirit. With God's strength I can make it happen.
Next is the preview of X-Men 3! You can see the teaser here.
Like in most usual action thrillers, the teaser had a prominent character explaining how dire the situation will become. Looks like things will get uglier than in the second movie. Here we see Magneto somehow amassing an army for himself, we see the return of Jean Grey though not in the teaser, and even some new characters like Beast, Angel and some mutants I have never heard of. In retrospective, this Bryan Singer-directed movie should be the must watch of all comic book fans and action movie fans alike. 26 May 2006, mark your calenders.
I want to add in my Christmas wish list here but since I want to link to it, I shall make a separate post for that. And since I'm dead tired already, I shall do it tomorrow.
Lastly, I need you to help me make THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION OF MY LIFE. Here it goes:
Should I get a haircut?
This is how I currently look like, once properly combed with effort.
You can vote by dropping a comment OR dropping a message via MSN if you have my contact. Your vote can make a difference.