Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Coco is his name

Visited grandma and grandpa today (dad's side) after work, and played with their new puppy, Coco who is only 9 weeks old. Active and naughty little pincher!

Grandma and grandpa seems ok but quite lonely at home, hence, a little puppy really brighten the house alot as they have something to do now, some noises at home now rather than starring at each other day and night.

Few pics of naughty little Coco.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Sis' Birthday Celebration

Is an early celebration for her coz I'm not working today. So went to our usual place, Secret Recipe.

Pic 1: Sis with her tomyam noodle, durian cake, fruit punch and pumpkin soup.

Pic 2: Mummy with hazelnut cake, curry chicken puff and fruit punch.

Pic 3: Me with my beef pie and fruit punch

Pic 4: Me and mom

Happy Birthday Sis! Luv u!

Friday, May 15, 2009

Great... sick again...

I will not wanna get sick anymore for goodness sake!!!! I have been eating medicines till i'm soooooooo afraid of it! Arghhh... everything mali this time, fever, flu, cough, sorethroat...... and today is my 3 1/2 days of MC liao!

Somemore this weekend is our chinese ceremony day! Arghh.........

Monday, May 11, 2009

22" Flat Panel for RC

=) I'm the first who get to touch this... wahahahaaa...

My team just ordered few sets of new PCs with 22" flat panel which one of the manager took one set of it and gave to RC (Request Coordinator) to use. The screen is seriously huge that we almost have to turn our head from left to right to read emails. Hahahaaa...

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Happy Mother's Day

Bring mama to the German restaurant in Kota Kemuning today, a Mother's Day treat!

Pic 1: The Restaurant is called Gelateria

Pic 2: Bro, me and mom

Pic 3: Darling's half chicken with herbs

Pic 4: Mom and I had this, Beef Fusilli Bolognese

Pic 5: My precious mummy!

Pic 6: Bro and mom, with the Gelato as dessert

Pic 7: Me and darling...

Friday, May 08, 2009

Connie Talbot - White Christmas

Hohoho... I'm having Christmas mood when listening to her! Wonder if I can get her Christmas Album here in M'sia... hmmm

Wednesday, May 06, 2009


Sometimes I really wonder...... wonder if every 'human' have a mother and father.... wonder if every 'human' have their own family or kids........

What in the world that shape a 'human' that these 'human' are acting so 'INHUMAN'......

Take a look at this and you will know what I mean.... I'm definitely sad reading this.... "Lord, please save them! Only You could do miracles among them."

Skeletons In The Island **Pics from TV SMITH.**
The residents of Pulau Ketam sent some 300 stray dogs to exile on a remote island where the harsh conditions almost certainly guarantee a horrible death. Of the 300 dogs sent there, more than three-quarters are presumed to be already dead. I traveled to the island with Sabrina Yeap of Furry Friends Farm and managed to save only one dog on this reconnaissance trip. We did see several other starving and dying dogs along the mangrove shore.

I am mounting an urgent rescue mission to capture and transport the remaining survivors back to Sabrina's Furry Friends Farm animal shelter. But time is running out and there might be only skeletons and carcasses left to collect on our next trip. Boat hire is expensive there. It is a tourist area and it has already cost me a few hundred ringgit for boat hire alone, so far. The rescued dogs cannot be transported on the regular ferries.

Almost nobody will lift a finger to help without a fee. This is understandable. The locals are already shaking their heads in disbelief that there are outsiders who want to save the animals they so casually discarded. Instead of pointing fingers and antagonising them, we need their co-operation to help save the unfortunate creatures. In the process, we also hope to educate the islanders on better treatment of animals. It would be an impossible mission if we didn't win their hearts.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: On Dire Straits. Friends Daniel Tang and Sabrina Yeap of Furry Friends Farm accompanied me on this reconnaissance trip to "Dog Island", off the Straits Of Malacca. Blogger Birds Talking (from Klang) who followed me on the earlier negotiation trip was unable to follow due to some sudden illness. We chartered a boat and as we approached the island, I was thinking we will only get to see bones and carcasses. Poisonous snakes abound on the water clogged island and the hostile island will eat any ill-prepared intruder alive. The bountiful mud and sand will swallow you when you walk on it as I was to find out later.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: First Sighting. This was the first glimmer of hope.
Notice how scrawny it is. Yet he managed to wag his tail feebly upon seeing us.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: Heartbreak. The sad face of this abandoned puppy sitting on a branch is heartbreaking and makes me and Sabrina all the more determined to go get every single remaining dog out from there.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: Man-Made Tragedy. According to local fishermen, the starving animals resorted to cannibalism. They ate the carcasses of the fellow castaways who didn't survive. They were so desperate that they swam to nearby kelongs only to be chased away. Many weaker ones died in the water. We enlisted the help of a couple of Indonesian workers from a nearby kelong. They will also try to feed and trap the remaining dogs where possible. I am still formulating a proper method of delivering food to selected spots on this treacherous island. I hope to be able to engage a local mangrove expert to enter the interior of the island to estimate the number of remaining survivors and to identify the places to land. Because the island is relatively remote, the rescue mission is a logistical nightmare.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: Dog's Eye View. As Sabrina clasped her hands in prayers, I too ended up needing some prayers. I was being sucked into hungry quicksand after getting off the boat to take this picture through the mangrove plants. After some struggling, I escaped with some cuts and bruises from the mangrove roots. My slight injuries are nothing compared to the unimaginable conditions and ordeal the dogs have to go through daily. The incident also serves to remind me of the difficult and dangerous mission ahead.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: One Lucky Terrier. Our Indonesian helper managed to grab this dog after a nasty show-down.

Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: Saved and Safe. The rescued dog in the safe hands of Sabrina and on the way to a vet for treatment.

But time is running out and there might be only skeletons and carcasses left to collect on our next trip.

Fellow bloggers, you can also help by embedding this appeal poster on your blog and linking to Skeletons In The Island

Sunday, May 03, 2009

Meeting with Sally - 28 Mar 09

Only 3 of us who gets to meet Sally up when she was back from Germany for holiday last month....

So there we are, Tsai Ying, Kah Yee, and me at Italiannies, 1U.

Pic 1: The 4 of us.

Pic 2: Sally, me, KahYee

Pic 3: Our souvenir from Germany, chocolates...

Saturday, May 02, 2009

Full day...

Hubby and I was out since early morning till midnite. Meeting friends for lunch and dinner and went for HomeExpo in KLCC in the afternoon.

I was blessed with another round of German food again. Hubby brings me along to meet with Alex, Baljit and his wife for lunch. Alex is our German diver friend from Shell that we knew during our Tenggol trip and Baljit is from Shell too. Sadly, too shy to take pictures there, heheheheee.... but the food was ok.

Finally I get to taste Spätzle again!! But their style of cooking is abit different from the one I tasted back in Germany. I still miss the Spätzle from mama that I had last time... :) hope to really taste it again one day!

As for dinner, hubby and I met up with hubby's best friend, Chee Siang and wife, Anne at 1U where we had dinner at Italiannies.

And we went for last minute decision on midnite movie which hubby said he wish to watch.... X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

What a long and tired day!