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Saturday, 2 January 2016

The year 2013 came and went... so did 2014... and 2015...

That's how long I hadn't been posting anything... gosh! And now it's already year 2016! Anyway, since it's only 2nd January, 2016... I can still wish you a Happy and Blessed year ahead.. 

So many good and bad things happened in our lives, nevertheless we must face them head on. Let's make this year a fruitful year and the best year yet!

Cheers!

Monday, 30 December 2013

2013 is coming to an end! Can't wait to see what 2014 would bring!

So what are your New Year resolutions? Hit the gym more often so you'd look like He-Man or a super model? Eating healthy? Make more money? Buy that lovely house you've been eyeing? Or that super cool car? Whatever your target is, make it worth while.

For me, spending more time with my family is more important... My time on Earth is not for forever.... So I'm going to make most of it while it lasts....

Happy New Year!

Sunday, 17 November 2013

Time flies oh so very fast!

My last post was about my new baby boy when he was 4 months old… Oh how fast does time fly by, he's now 3 years old… (enjoying his ice cream!)

Monday, 4 January 2010

Happy New Year 2010!

Year 2009 came and went.....
now we're in the year 2010...
(two years closer to 2012)..

GASP!

Have you seen the movie 2012?
What did you think about it?
Well, I think the visual effects were cool...

The ancient Mayan calendar ends in 2012..
But, is there any possibility that the world will end on December 21, 2012?
Maybe, and maybe not.



"WE WERE WARNED"

In the Book of Revelation (Apocalypse), we were warned... and told to be prepared for the Second Coming of Christ..

Whether the end is near, or still a distance away... we really must be prepared... get our oil lamps filled with oil, so when darkness comes, we will have the Light to light our path..

I'm not talking about stocking up food supplies to last us for months or years.... no, we must be prepared spiritually...

WE were WARNED... really..

Padas White Water Rafting

It's been a while since my last post.. didn't know what to put in here.

Anyway, December 2009 was a blast for me. I went white water rafting for the first time in the mighty Padas River in Tenom, Sabah. I went with a group of 8 persons, including my mom and my cousin Gwen..there were other people, mostly foreign tourists, who were going rafting with us.

We booked through Riverbug, a local tour company specializing in white water rafting.

The trip started with a coach ride in the morning, making our way up to the small town called Tenom, which is in the interior part of Sabah. The journey took about 2 hours. We made a 15-minute stop halfway, at a resort called Dimie Pedalaman Resort. We met a very friendly dog there, too!

Upon reaching Tenom, we made a stop near a public toilet to get changed into proper rafting apparel. After that, we made our way to the train tracks, where the real adventures began!



Photos by Dang Suriya

To get to the rafting starting point, we had to use trolleys made out of wooden planks as you can see in the photos above. The "roller coaster" ride took about 45 minutes, on the oldest train route in Sabah, going through lush green tropical rainforest.. See how much fun we were having! We ended up getting a full "body massage" and sore bottoms though! Haha...


Next: Gearing up for rafting! Woohoo!



Photo courtesy of Dang Suriya. Thanks Sur!

RAFTING TIME!


Photos taken by the Riverbug team

That was just awesome!

Well, if you haven't tried white water rafting yet, just go for it! It's tons of fun! Believe me.. I've been there, done that!


Tuesday, 19 May 2009

My baby's growing up so fast

That's my baby boy, Reynard. This picture was taken in January 2009, 10 days before his 4th birthday. When he was younger, he was so clingy like a koala (that's what his aunts nicknamed him)... I couldn't go to the bathroom for one minute without him.. and he didn't want other people to carry him.. But as he grew older and starting pre-school and having new friends, he's quite a character now, very independent indeed.

Last week, he had a sleepover at his grandparents' and he enjoyed being with them. He equates grandpa with toys.. :)
He didn't even look for me when it was bedtime, which he usually does. He slept in EE Sandra's room all by himself.. He's not afraid of closet monster or creepy shadows.. He's a brave boy.

Ah, how time flies by so quickly.. before you know it your kids are all grown up.. I want to enjoy every minute of family time as I can.. and I don't want to miss a thing in my children's life..


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