Thursday, July 29, 2010
I couldn’t eat,
I couldn’t sleep,
I couldn’t study for my exam,
I couldn’t settle down my heart at all to do anything.
I need someone to talk to, but nobody have the time to listen to me. Everybody is busy that I really understand.
Anyway, I have to clear my head otherwise I will go crazy, so I made an appointment to see Inspector in USJ police station.
I told her why I am up set, sleepless, no concentration, worry, no appetite, etc… I should be seeing a doctor for that right, but different profession treat different sickness and I was sure I went to the right place. Only inspector can give me some clue to my worry and anger now.
To my surprise she lends her ears and I really thank her from the bottom of my heart.
Ok, let me tell you what I tell the inspector.
I told her I lost my laptop, my purse, 2 handbags, and cash in RM and Sing dollar, my Will, my EPF statement, Rolex watch, Gold chain, children’s game station, 2 hand phones, my son’s bag etc… to the recent break-in. I know you don’t feel the pinch, because it doesn’t prick you. Ha, that should be the way, I agreed with you.
I was away from 5.30 – 9.30 pm for dinner and came back found my back door open, and front window grill removed, front door tried but failed.
Something I couldn't’ understand is, the back lane is fence up with iron grill and with the security around, and there are still so many break-ins. And they don’t have to wait till mid night. It happened at about 9.00 pm, yes, that early.
My area is split up into paying and non paying residents. The paying residents are marks and non paying residents are unmarked. I am within unmarked group. I am now wondering whether the thief came to me because I am not paying or they really go at random. And who are those thieves? Which, lots of people tell me stories behind the break-ins. Now it is up to you to guess.
I SMS to inform a few committee and ask whether they are aware there are break in in USJ 11/4. All of them told me are 0 cases. Anyway one of the committee called me back and tells me I should join them. Ha, so they can guarantee there won’t be break-in again? Wao, that sound DANGEROUS to me.
I have made some suggestion to the Inspector regarding the G & G (Gated n Guarded) community. I am happy with the answer and happy about what she is going to do with my suggestion.
She also promised that she will ask the petrol to come into the gated area and not depend on the guards.
She said USJ6 area although not gated but with the petrol the crime has drop a lot which I totally agreed. Well, they are doing something, so why take law into your own hands when the police are there. Although they cannot be 100% also like the G & G but at least we don’t have to be caged in and with limited exit and entrance.
Ok, I felt so much better now, thanks for reading my grumbling.
Still no appetite. Just hope I can sleep like a baby tonight.
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Of course the answer is NO because almost 100% of my visitors are either working adults, parents or grandparents, right?
But you may be indirectly facing the problem when your sisters, brothers or your children come to you for help in this area. If yes, are you able to help? No? Why not try the algebra help online?
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
3 hours wait could means a long time if you are sitting some where hot and stuffy. But at the new Toyota service centre at Subang Jaya, waiting is a pleasant experience. There were many people waiting, some with their laptop, some reading newspaper and there are a few computers for some restless to serf net and get connected while waiting for their car.
I sat comfortably there watching my favourite magic show after reading The Star and Sin Chew Daily papers, sipping coffee and eating sandwich I bought on the way there. Wah, I am feeling so at home.
I used to hate sending car for repair but after yesterday's experience I think I dont mind sending my car for service again in the future.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
I ordered nasi lemak (RM8.00) with mutton curry,
hmmm....that was my type of mutton curry. Very nice.
And my girlfriend ordered Cantonese noodle (RM5.50) cooked by a Malay chef,
that was not bad but I would still prefer it with pork.
We each had a glass of teh tarik, which both agreed was nice too.
The second day we went back there for a smaller cup of teh tarik after our lunch else where. Hmm... I still have to urge to go back for more teh tarik, I just wonder why?
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Here is something everyone should read. If you don't, you're hurting yourself and your email buddies.
Please read to the end.
By now, I suspect everyone is familiar with www.snopes.com and/or www.truthorfiction.com for determining whether information received via email is just that: true/false or fact/fiction. Both are excellent sites.
Advice from Snopes.com --Very important!
1) Any time you see an email that says forward this to '10' of your friends, sign this petition or you'll get bad luck or good luck, you'll see something funny on your screen after you sent it. It almost always has an email tracker program attached that tracks the cookies and emails of those folks you forward the mail to!
The host sender is getting a copy each time it gets forwarded and then it is able to get lists of 'active' email addresses to use in SPAM emails or sell to other spammers. Even when you get emails that tells you to send the email on if you're not ashamed of God/Jesus .... that's email tracking! They're playing on our conscience! These people don't care how they get your email addresses - just as long as they get them. Also, emails that talk about a missing child or a child with an incurable disease 'how would you feel if that was your child' .......they are all email tracking!!! Ignore them! Don't participate!
2) Almost all emails that ask you to add your name and forward on to others are similar to that 'mass letter' years ago that asked people to send business cards to the little kid in Florida who wanted to break the Guinness Book of Records for the most cards. All that was to get names and 'cookie' tracking information for telemarketers and spammers - to validate active email accounts for their own profitable purposes.
You can do your friends and family members a GREAT favor by sending this information to them; you will be providing a service to your friends, and will be rewarded by not getting thousands of spam emails in future!
If you have been sending out (ie. FORWARDING) the above kinds of email, now you know why you get so much SPAM!
Do yourself a favour and STOP adding your name(s) to those types of listings, regardless how inviting they might sound, or make you feel guilty if you don't .. it's all about getting email addresses - nothing more! One email doing the rounds for the third time is the whales being killed on a beach in Denmark . Email address of every one who forwarded that are now with the spammers!
You may think you are supporting a GREAT cause - YOU ARE NOT! Instead, you will be getting tons of junk mail later and very possibly a virus attached! Plus, you are helping the spammers get rich!!
Also, email petitions are NOT acceptable to the White House, Congress, UNESCO, UNICEF or any such organizations. To be acceptable, petitions must have a signed signature and full address of the person signing the petition. So this is a waste of time and you're just helping the email trackers.
AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, DON'T FORGET TO:
1. DELETE other people’s email addresses BEFORE forwarding emails that you receive.
2. When forwarding/sending email, send as b.c.c. so that the receipients'
email addresses cannot be seen or tracked.
You notice that the only name up top of this email is mine. If you wish to FORWARD this, please DELETE my name/ email address
............................. email end
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Monday, January 25, 2010
I had that with a cup of tea, how about you? Tea or coffee?
Monday, January 18, 2010
Please share this message with your relatives and friends .
Come this Jan 22 & 23, a very special living icon aged 112-years old will be in Penang to do a sharing (Talk cum Q&A).
Isn't it a wonder to live into 3 centuries and still be up - full of life still helping, attending and feeding the poor, aged, sick and the unfortunate (who are much younger than her)?
This is what we call "a living miracle" - someone whom you should not miss out on. Know her secrets of living a long, happy life filled with the joys of selfless service and unconditional love. For me, Sister Teresa brings back hope that old age (and our golden years) can still be filled with fun, hope and laughter.
Go to www.FOTDFellowship. Net to view her introductory video and register for either (or both of) Sis Teresa Hsu's events in Penang.
- FREE tickets to the 22 Jan Talk + Q&A are going fast. So Register now!- As for the 23 Jan Private Dinner, this is a dress-down session where we will have time and space with this super centenarian (to know her "up close and personal"). Take it from me, she's a darling at the dinner table ... a true entertainer which endless cheer, quick wits and laughter!
BE INSPIRED again about LIFE and Living from our beloved super centenarian! And if you have questions for Sister Teresa, you can post them online. Visit to www.FOTDFellowship. Net now!
With love and compassion,
Sunday, January 17, 2010
I am quite happy with the their work, althought there are still plenty left for me to do.
They have help me to :
1. Clean grill, window, door...
2. Clean up the kitchen
3. Painting the car porch
4. Fixed the area in front of my house for parking.
5. Removing curtain for cleaning.
6. Clear rubbish from my store room.
7. Throw away the unwanted and old furnitures.
8. Move and re-arrange my furnitures.
etc.. etc.. etc..
I also have done most of my shopping like clothing, shoes, handbag, purse, bedsheet, curtain, decorative items, plants etc......... in December. So this year will definitely a no no rushing like before.
I am almost ready for Chinese New Year, How about you?
Friday, January 8, 2010
We decided to have simple home cook food and the following are the food we prepared for the occasion: