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6H Gathering @ Old Town, Kinrara

Wanted to post something related to my trip to Genting, but I guess I'll save that for another time.

Teh Ee Chern (TEC) organised this year's gathering for us classmates of 6H, year 2005's batch of SJK (C) Yak Chee.
When I arrived there, after some dim sum with some of my secondary school friends, it seems like Old Town was not open for business.
Apparently, some fire accident happened in the kitchen.
Great.

Nevertheless, we still had our gathering there, albeit the service was terrible.

Then again, the main point of the gathering was about us getting together and meeting each other, talking, gossiping and what-not, right?

'Clicking' wasn't a problem, which was a relieve. Although it was just some usual talk we would have with other friends, it was awesome. For me at least.

And like always, Wu Lao Shi would drop by, despite her busy schedule, to say hi and tell us to behave well, like we always did since primary school :D

Reminds me of how I used to miss my friends. Not that I don't miss them anymore, but time really makes certain memories or feelings fade into the background. Today, they emerged into the spotlight. (That sounded tacky -.-)

Looking forward to the next gathering, and to more awesome gatherings in the future.
-Kritz

Movies!

So watching Social Network, Bourne Supremacy and Bourne Ultimatum got me into the mood of watching movies again!

Watch movies from a specific actor,
Watch movies from a specific director,
Watch critically acclaimed movies (IMDb top 250!!),
Watch movies that I've been wanting to watch ...

Just hope this mood doesn't die out too soon :(
-Kritz

Failing to prioritise

Whoa, it's been a long time.
I guess I should start blogging again, at least once or twice a week.
I remember blogging about how blogging has been the only hobby I hung on to for the longest period of time.
Apparently, that didn't last as well.

Tomorrow's the last day of the SPM examinations, the most dreadful subject, Chinese Language (or Mandarin, whatever).
Not sure how I did for my other subjects, dare not have any sort of expectations ... although I will subconsciously have them in my mind, determining the reaction I would have prior to the release of my results. (I'm not sure whether is that sentence phrased correctly -.-)

Hope I will stick to my words.