Month: September 2005
After a fruitless fight, the hero has succumbed into the hands of the dark lord.
Rest in peace, Budgie.
(Un)fortunately, all the kids were out and we didn’t had the chance to interact with them at all. I’m rather annoyed with the mak cik who received us because throughout our visit there, her expression(less) was so solemn as if we owed her money.
Even when we handed her the cheque, she didn’t smile at all.
I can’t accept the way she scrutinized each and everyone of us from head to toe as if we are some criminals!
Hello! We are delivering moo-lah to your home and I expect better treatment than this!!
Of course I’m not expecting to be treated like king but the very least she could do was to smile?
After that, we went to Funan for dinner at KFC before going home.
Took AL and went to Macpherson ITE to help out with the PA for the National Education Racial Harmony. Bishan ITE won first prize for Skit competition and second place for Cheerleading. (YAY!)
The event ended at four plus THEN, went to Tampines ITE for meeting with the councilors from all the College Central Campuses regarding the Youth Carnival Fiesta thingy at 6 pm.I will be the Asst Event Co-Coordinator so I must do NYAA for this if not dui bu qi myself!
It is going to be a BIG event held over two weekends at the open space near Eunos or Tampines MRT station. More details later when everything is finalized but the public are welcomed.
I almost died on the journey home. I took bus number 168 outside Tampines ITE and it went all the way to Seletar Camp, then to Woodlands Bus Interchange.
Reached home almost 9 pm and I haven’t done my Accounts homework and the dialogue for the Customer Service script for my Business Fundamental project.
Only managed to complete the script at 1 am plus and my eyelids couldn’t open anymore…
Just rescued a budgie from the clutches of a crow this morning. The poor little tyke was trying to escafligpe from the pursuit of the crow which was right behind its trail.
They were flying quite low and the crow, which was more than 15 times larger than the budgie, pinned it down to the ground. The crow then held the powerless budgie in its powerful beak and flew up to the branches above.
The poor little budgie was shrieking its lungs out and as I looked up, feathers were being plucked out and came floating down like a blizzard. The budgie fluttered hard with its life and manages to plummet down from the tree but the crow was soon swooping down after his prey again.
Taking this chance, I quickly ran over and shoo the vicious crow away. The poor budgie was terrified and fluttering it wings about but it couldn’t fly at all. It hobbles to a corner at the void deck and I picked it up.
It bit my thumb real hard and a little blood was seen. I’m friend; not foe, that silly bird!
When I reached home with the bird in my hands, my mum chided me for disturbing the crow.
“What if the crow come after you!!?”
The budgie is now resting inside my hamster’s Space Station cage. It is still in shock, I guess.
This morning was suppose to bring Dexter’s stool sample to Dr Heng for analysis but he has gotten rid of the evidence by the time I woke up. There’s only a stain on the floor but that’s not enough…
I have been giving Dexter pumpkin porridge for two days now as Mark told me that pumpkin could help to firm up loose stools. Plus porridge is easily digestable so it is gentle on his irritable stomach and this is what I found in the kitchen this evening…
I picked up the piping-hot solid poo and I’m so happy that I went round the house showing it to everyone. They all siam me like what siah…
I must be NUTS to be high on dog shit! Haha…
I don’t know is it Dr Heng’s charcoal pills or my pumpkin porridgethat worked? This is the first time in months that I see solid solid poo!
It’s so fresh I could still feel the warmth in my hands!
The results of the Probation Councilors were released today and some of them are now fully pledged Student Councilors. Speculations were rife about the acceptance of Emmanuel into the SC.
I feel they really need to change their mindset about people. Nasty remarks are totally uncalled for at this moment of time. Who doesn’t have a past? Why must we judge a person by his looks or past?
I’m rather upset and disappointed with some of the senior councilors. They should fulfill their role as a senior and disperse any negative mindset of the juniors instead of gossiping together with them!
At least Emmanuel is willing to come clean with us and the most important thing is that he has the heart to change. All he needs is someone to give him a chance and guide him along.
A very good example would be Darbakh. Didn’t Mrs Tahir believed in him and gave him a chance to change? He has quit smoking (at least not in school uniform) and even made it Higher Nitec.
My emotions were stirred by what Emmanuel said during his interview and I am convinced by his sincerity. Although he can’t promise that he won’t go back to his old ways, but he will try his best to remain in the straight path.
Hence, the EXCOs have decided that Edmund and I will be his mentor to monitor his progress. If he didn’t live up to our expectations, we can still remove his tie but as long as he has tried, we will still treat him like one of us.
At least his character is way much better compared than one female probation who didn’t even have the patience to wait for her turn and kicked up a big fuss. If she can’t even spare a few minutes of her precious time to wait for her interview, how else can we expect her to be committed to the SC?
Then there are some who were being dishonest with us. The are Probations who lied about being a non-smoker but we knew that they smoke at the back gate in their school uniform and wearing our badge. How could we accept such people if they aren’t being honest with us in the first place??