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This blog captures the musings and anecdotes of the daily life of a Malaysian who is now living in Melbourne, Australia.


Note from Jason Leong.


Note from Jason Leong.

Just saving this note here, taken from Jason Leong, a USQ mate of mine. (Written on October 1, 2012)

Hi Chea Yee,

I just wish to drop a note here to thank you for being a friend who continues to stay in touch even though we haven't seen each other for easily more than 3 years. I'm grateful for the kindness you'd shown me in Toowoomba and I enjoyed those years spent worshipping God with you in ANS.

I find you to be a trustworthy and approachable woman and will be Looking forward to the day we meet again. Continue to shine for Jesus where you are. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus! Phil 4:6-7

P/s: Thanks for being our tour guide @ Hillsong Conference 08!!!
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Eats: Kuen's Farewell @ Street Cafe (SS15)

Lunchbox bulgogi, popular in the 1980s.
Kuen's farewell dinner tonight. It was arranged by Shereen Ang, and held at this korean diner, Street Cafe SS15.


French Sole Winter Launch

So on one lovely Saturday morning (13th October 2012), my BFF, Asta Loh and I made our way down to the French Sole Autumn Collection, located in KLCC. (This is a very much belated post ^^)

French Sole mostly retails flats and ballet flats, which Asta seemed to find a liking to. Pictures were taken using her Samsung Note and assembled using the app Grid.

 Lovely pastries to whet our appetite.
 White wine and french pastries. ^^
 Enjoying a cup of tea.
 Cheers! ^^
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PJ Half Marathon 2012: Post Marathon Recovery.

PJ Half Marathon Number: J8710
So it's been two days after the PJ Half Marathon on Sunday.
My kneecaps were stretched and hurting about an hour after the marathon. I had woken up at 4am, then drove to the place with my companion, and arrived at Stadium Kelana Jaya by 5am.
The place was already bustling with so many people walking about by the time we got off the car.

Festival Camaradarie: Not exactly Half Marathon runners, I guess? LOL.
 So these are my records:
I completed the 3km race in 22 mins. My right heel was blistering and hurting, which I believe was due to ill fitting shoes needed for a marathon.
My companion completed it in 15-18 mins (she didn't carry a watch, so time can't be confirmed). She was wearing New Balance shoes, and her stamina was a lot better than mine.

Lovely new New Balance shoes. RM113.
New Shoes:
Anyways, bought myself a new pair of running shoes size 5 (kids size) from New Balance. They had set up a stall at the place, and since my Clarks "sports look a like" shoe wasn't doing me any good, I decided to just give it a go.
Cost? N.P RM189. After 40% Discount: Rm113. New Balance salesperson says the shoes can support up to at least 15km in one run only. Lifespan to be replaced every 850km.
Post Race Recovery:  
Read this linke here to find out more on Post Race Recovery
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An encouraging message.


An encouraging message.

My uni mate, Jason L, who is now in Brisbane, left me this message on Whatsapp earlier...

'I want you to know that I really like you as a friend. You are a great person and an even lovelier friend. Not let other people tell you otherwise. Keep praising God. Do not lose hope. I may be far away but you can talk to me when you want someone to talk to etc. praise Jesus for knowing you Chea Yee :-)
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