what's your mode of transport?
mine is the sun.
when it rises dripping from
the sea when it falls like honey on
the trees when it swallows up
clouds my soul moves with it.
mine is you.
i like fridays, rainy days, proud cats, black & white photographs, children's books, short stories and movies that most people would never see. Music serves me justice on sad days (Adele, The Kooks, Mumford & Sons are gems) and genuine smiles are a must-have.
ronan or taufik? Waiter, i'll have them both please.
10:40:00 AMbop to the top
Thursday, December 16, 2004
it's thursday already. it's so freaky the way time flies. and i haven't even had enough of the holidays yet! at least the good thing is that i'm not slogging away at my desk trying to complete a massive amount of holiday assignments, so i'm thankful.
the past few days have been becoming routine for me. look, i can even predict what i do everyday. in the wee hours of the morning, i would go online to surf, check email, etc. and then, without fail, my biological clock would tell me to go and take a shower precisely at 11. after being routinely screamed at by my mom for not turning off the bathroom lights/mess in room/not clearing dishes/not sweeping the floor/messy hair etc, i would immediately curl up with a book. when there's no book available for me to read, i'll head my way to the library. if i don't have the urge to read a book, i'll most probably watch dvds all day. and then in the evenings, i'll watch tv til late with the purpose of not ending the day early by going to bed early, thus making full use of the hours that i have awake.
as you can see, there's not much exercising done. thus, i can only blame myself for leading such an unhealthy lifestyle, leading to the massive expansion of my bum.
too bad my upper body parts aren't as responsive.
reading progress report:
-completed Angel On Air
-just completed Calling On Dragons by Patrcia C. Wrede
-half-heartedly started on the incredibly longwinded The Oracle Betrayed by Catherine Fisher
-will start on highly-anticipated thriller Lady Liberty by Vicki Hinze very very very soon.
[just realised that i've been reading quite a lot of novels by female authors. does that make me a feminist? hmm.]
songs on repeat mode in my head:
-"I Dream" by Taufik Batisah
-"I Hope You Dance" by Ronan Keating