Wednesday, November 4, 2009

USB Pendrive

Today i received this pack from Ah Cob. Guess what is inside it?

Teng teng you go...

Yo, i found this is interesting.... haha creative, innovative

The word on its head is "Meat"

The facial expression is ugly, haha

Thursday, October 8, 2009


I always want to snap photos while Ah Cob is doing this housework- 折衣服。. However, he will be half naked with his boxer when he is doing this.

Ah cob is really shy when he knew I was snapping him. He mentioned that I shall not publish this, so that I can tell everybody that I am doing all the housework (actually I am not, :p) Hehe, so sweet of him.

I know the photos are meaningless. You can’t even see his face. Since Ah Cob is so insisted not to show his face, I shall respect him. haha.

I am wondering how a man can be so “MAN” when he is doing this “remeh temeh” housework. I really enjoyed myself seeing Ah Cob doing this. I felt so sweet. Haha

The work is done within few minutes. Bravo, Ah Cob!!!

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Batu Ferringi @ One Day Trip

Wow wow wow! Nua day again!!! This is what we're waiting for during the routine bored working days!!! Syok!!! Wakakaka...

This ais kacang is tasty! The sources are made by honey, mango, cempedak...

I love this photo, nice and natural..

When we forget how to smile naturally, do remember- nua day!!

How can we forget to take "Innoncence 3 people" group photo

Friendship Forever

Daniel asked Sarah: "Banana or Me?"

Sarah: "Banana is my choice"

Thank you Sarah for the earings...Even for wearing 1 day only...

Mix Fruits Juices

Ah Cob is my driver, photographer, tour guide, body lover!!!

God's amazing creation

Just can't resist to love it!!

Wow, nice waterfall with nice people...

Won't forget to act cute...hehe

Thank you Jesus for your creation!!

This photo can become Daniel's prove for his children- "I was fit when I was young"

Nice wheater



Trying hard to be “Model "

"Innoncence face competition?? "

Let's go for the next destination!!!

Thank you Jesus, Ah Cob and friends for making this nua day successfully. Cheers

Thursday, August 27, 2009


The Bible instructs us to forgive as the Lord forgave us:
Colossians 3:13 - Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.

How do we forgive when we don't feel like it? How do we translate the decision to forgive into a change of heart?

We forgive by faith, out of obedience. Since forgiveness goes against our nature, we must forgive by faith, whether we feel like it or not. We must trust God to do the work in us that needs to be done so that the forgiveness will be complete.

I believe God honors our commitment to obey Him and our desire to please him when we choose to forgive. He completes the work in his time. We must continue to forgive (our job), by faith, until the work of forgiveness (the Lord's job), is done in our hearts.

Philippians 1:6- And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns.

How will we know if we have truly forgiven?

Corrie Ten Boom, a Christian woman who survived a Nazi concentration camp during the Holocaust, said, "Forgiveness is to set a prisoner free, and to realize the prisoner was you."

We will know the work of forgiveness is complete when we experience the freedom that comes as a result. We are the ones who suffer most when we choose not to forgive. When we do forgive, the Lord sets our hearts free from the anger, bitterness, resentment and hurt that previously imprisoned us.

Most times, however, forgiveness is a slow process.

Matthew 18:21-22 -Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, "Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?" Jesus answered, "I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.

This answer by Jesus makes it clear that forgiveness is not easy for us. It's not a one-time choice and then we automatically live in a state of forgiveness. Forgiveness may require a lifetime of forgiving, but it is important to the Lord. We must continue forgiving until the matter is settled in our heart.

What if the person we need to forgive is not a believer?

I have found that prayer is one of the best ways to break down the wall of un-forgiveness in my heart. When I begin to pray for the person who has wronged me, God begins to give me new eyes to see that person and a new heart to care for that person. As I pray I begin to see that person as God sees them, and I realize that person is precious to the Lord. I also see myself in a new light, just as guilty of sin and failure as the other person. I too am in need of forgiveness. If God did not withhold his forgiveness from me, why should I withhold my forgiveness from another?

Is it okay to feel anger and want justice for the person we need to forgive?

This question presents another reason to pray for the person we need to forgive. We can pray for God to deal with the injustices, for God to judge the person's life, and then we can leave that prayer at the altar. We no longer have to carry the anger. Although it is normal for us to feel anger toward sin and injustice, it is not our job to judge the other person in their sin.

Luke 6:37 -Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.

Why must we forgive?

The best reason to forgive is because Jesus commanded us to forgive. We learn from Scripture, if we don't forgive, neither will we be forgiven:

Matthew 6:14-16 -For if you forgive men when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive men their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.

We also forgive so that our prayers will not be hindered:
Mark 11:25 -And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive him, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins.

In summary and in closing, we forgive out of obedience to the Lord. It is a choice, a decision we make. However, as we do this "forgiving," we discover the command is in place for our own good, and we receive the reward of our forgiveness - freedom

By Mary Fairchild,

Saturday, August 22, 2009


I am not sure that whether I have selective memory or I really have short term memory, I seems can't remember a lot of things that had happened in my life.

I am writing this, just in case that I had forgotten this person…

Cliff was my ex- team mate and cub mate. He was one of my minority friends who can tolerate my “nge nge lai” style.

He is so positive, but I felt that there was something wrong with him. He was either trying so hard to psycho himself to be positive or he was just a hypocrite that never shares things truthfully with people. Haha.

I was sitting beside him for about 3 months plus. I had tried to challenge his positive thinking by analyzing those incidents in some negative ways, by sharing other opinions with him. To my surprise, he is really a positive thinker, not pretending. I am happy for him. Of course, he will “gossip” a bit with me after my challenging.

He is really generous person. I can just show my true color in front him.

We’re talking, sharing something personal, but not too personal. I can remember that one day; he was so passionate to share something with me, by calling me “Ah Dia, Ah Dia…” However, my face turned into black and answered him “Don’t call me Ah Dia!!!” He was stunned and get shocked as everyone calls me Ah Dia. Then I answered to him “Call me Mrs. Lee!!!” Haha, it was really fun to fool him.

I can just simply ask him to assist me finding some part numbers for certain spare parts.
I had utilized him when he was still working with us. One time, he answered me “The part is Y1338 or 4M010, not sure which one got part now…”
My emotional was not stable when hearing this answer. I ask him with unfriendly tone “Then what part to quote now?? You like that, I very CONFUSED one!!” haha, I get the FIRM answer immediately from him.
Sometimes, he felt frustrated to check some deep enquiry for me, I can just tell him “Now I am suffering period pain, you still want to bully me??!!” He just checked for me without complaints.

Since he left us, I am so disappointed, I can’t really find a person who I can perli kuat kuat. Calling him “No taste”, “Psycho”, “Chao Leng Tai”, commenting his saliva is too much…he will never get angry. Syok!!! Cliff, I refused to say sorry. If you still here, I will do the same things to you. Haha!

Cliff, I have high expectation that you will be successful in your career one day. Please don’t forget to share good things with me that time, haha!!
You please bear with me that I have short term memory; I may not remember you one day (when I become success). Hehe, you wont kira kira with me one. Thank you, thank you!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Today's Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is always my first choice of breakfast.

Today, as per usual, I went to café bought nasi lemak. I had so high expectation on the nasi lemak as they never disappoint me.

However, I feel so bad when I started to uncover the nasi lemak. Please see the photo below.

The nasi lemak with NO ikan bilis and NO spicy source…just with few pieces of dry chilis...

How can that be? The nasi lemak like this cost RM 1.20.

Well, today is Friday; I don’t want to spoil my day just because of the nasi lemak. Thus, I finished it without making any complaint.

这一包 nasi lemak,让我深思。 因为我只想过着我低调的生活,我吞下了这个不公平的交易。 所以,那个卖nasi lemak 的人, 还是会继续他的坏行为; 会有更多人面对同样的事。我应该带着nasi lemak 去投诉。我错了!!!

在工作,在生活,什么样的人也有。今天,我同时看到心地不好的同事,欺负心地善良的同事。我很难过。善良的你们, 不应该忍气吞声,一定要做出正确的投诉。 也许,情况不能改变,但至少心地不好的他们, 会alert, 没法如此的明目张胆欺负你们。心地不好的你们,祝愿你们早日醒悟。


Thursday, August 13, 2009


Lately, I was given a nickname by Ah Cob. It is “shuttlecock”.

You must be wondering why…Sigh, this is not a good nickname ...

However, I would like to give a credit to Ah Cob, as I found that he became more and more creative, like me, haha. Even this is not a nickname that I shall be proud of, I appreciate his thought. This made me and my friends have laughers when we mentioning it.

The reason is I am very “kiam pak” to him, so he said that I were like a shuttlecock, every player wants to “pak” the shuttlecock.

True or Not? Well, you know that I am not a “kiam pak” person…hehe thank you, thank you.