星期三, 12月 28, 2005
I was ‘attacked’ by a bird. It hit me and kissed at my left cheek, then flew away…
Hahahaha… so pai seh :P
I have no idea why the bird has to do that? It did not seem like attacking me, cause I don’t feel pain and I did not get hurt. It has been trying to get my attention during the previous few loops by getting itself into the lake.
I think there are only 2 possibilities, either the bird is ‘fat-kai-mang’ (bird blind) or I’m too beautiful :P (no vomit please!)
I miss the cool water, fresh air, blue sky, green view, and the breeze of freedom since I have not been traveling/backpacking for couple of months, and I strongly feel that my body and my mind need a break! My last climbing trip was a month ago to Mount Datuk, but I really miss the feeling of into the wild.
Rho Wen aka the Scorpion #1; Chee Chung aka the Scorpion #2 and me aka the Scorpion #3 heading towards Fraser’s Hill on Christmas day at about 10am. Luckily we managed to catch the up going time gap in odd hours at 1pm, else we will have to wait until 3pm.
Guess who we met in Fraser? Joey the babyKangaroo. We suppose to meet last week or next week for canoeing course, but due to certain issue, we have to postpone the course until further notice, and the instructor, who is her brother also will be returning to Singapore.
3 of us went out for a jog at about 5.30 pm, we planed to run to the Jelai Waterfall which located at 5km from our resort. We were impressed by the Christmas decoration at The Smokehouse on the way to our destination. It is an English-style resort with real Christmas trees at in front of the house, and there were chimney inside the house too. Our buttocks like sticking on their soft sofa and not willing to leave this sweet place. In fact it is a very warm place to hang around with your loved one.
How nice if it was snowing instead of raining now!
After running (easy jog only la.. hahah) all the way down hill for about 2km, the rain was getting heavier, and we decided to turn back because it was too late. Then we ran all the way up hill under the rain, phew… exhausted. We were wet, and trembling sheltered under a hut.
We made a joke to ourselves and insulted each other, saying that others who are same age with us might be spending quality time with their family and kids, whereas three of us still playing around under the rain like kids…
hahah… but this is not funny at all, we just accept the fate and get use to it.
At night, we curi-curi masak steamboat in the room :P It was so warm…
We have agreed to wake up at 7am tomorrow, then go to the Pine Hill Trail for a walk, but the next day, everybody woke up at 9am :P
The Pine Hill Trail suppose connected by the Mager Trail which is only few minutes far from our resort, unfortunately we saw the road sign, but the trail was missing. So we just drive to the entrance of the Pine Hill Trail, then have an about 1hr walk since nothing special along the trail. It supposes to take 3-4 hours for a return hike to the summit.
Into the car, we followed the way we ran yesterday in order to reach the Jelai Waterfall. What a mini and Teh Tarik Waterfall, but we still have had some fun soaking our legs in the cold water and felt the force of the waterfall.
There is a golf course at the hill further up from the waterfall, we stealth into their field and laid down on the green green grass, toke a deep breath, release all the stress.
This is how we revitalized and recharged ourselves in Fraser’s Hill, then pia, pia, pia again after returning.
星期五, 12月 23, 2005
The most recent run was last Sunday, did a about 15km LSD run with Phyllis. I was like a working zombie after that, working day and nite with coffee as my companion. Sometimes i took a nap for about 3-4 hours in the midnight, then wake up at 4 or 5am to continue working. Prepare for work at 7am, working until 6pm. At night, then continue working until midnight and repeat the routine.
This is not a life.
Everytime when i was driving on the way to office, I just can't stop thinking of running. I have strong desire to put on my running shoes, but felt helpless cause I realised there was an more imprtant task awaiting for me to complete.
From that point onwards, I made up my mind, this isn't the life that I wish. After this round, I'm going to adjust my life to a better lifestyle and STRICTLY say NO again to this kind of lifestyle . I have lost the efficiency of my work and lost my personal time due to exhaustion of my brain and body! The only excersice that I managed to do is a little bit of Yoga stretching at early in the morning.
Right now, it is the cut off time to farewell to that lifestyle, I'll be putting on my running shoes and back to the road again!
I made a wish to Santa, to get some personal time and relaxation in Christmas.
Wish all of you have a Merry Christmas :)
星期四, 12月 22, 2005
Dear my beloved x-colleagues (especially Karen), wa-ka-lu-kong, I'll not do that again!!!!
(Confession: As a runner and sport woman, we can't do this!!!! Hope this will be the last attempt...)
What a nice moment to catch up with all x-colleagues where we have been together for strong team spirit before :)
星期日, 12月 18, 2005
He can fight in Judo, Aikido, Karate-do, Kick boxing and 'lan-chai-kao' like Jacky Chan and Ong Bak in the movie. phew... very geng! Somemore I thought he going to be like Rambo at the end of the movie liao :P
星期五, 12月 16, 2005
It was about 9pm, a lot of vehicles passing by me and I believe some of them were public from outside like me.
Well, I’m wondering what’s wrong with a lady running alone. Most of the time I was mentally harassed by the horns/whistles/funny words coming from guys in their cars/motorbikes when they see a lady is running. They were showing their childish attitude and poor moral in their personality. Did our education system teach them to have fun by doing so?
I felt very sad and disappointed to this scenario… *sob*sob*
First of all, we (female) are not being respected.
Secondly, they never respect or appreciate the sports.
We can’t expect everyone in the country to have pleasant personality, yet I still feel it is unfair to women. Why most of the times women are the victims?
This leads me to another question, women, why are we always being the victims? Being a victim is not supposed to be our destiny, we have to be strong and brave, do not be afraid of standing up to defend ourselves if the people trying to challenge our limit.
I feel glad that every time I can have a safe run in UM campus at nite especially after passing the hilly road at the back of the campus.
Some of you might want to comment that I should run in appropriate time and venue. Yes, I agree, but I also want to comment that, to those people, please behave yourselves!
星期三, 12月 14, 2005
But it is a finishing compliment for my S'pore Full Marathon from my sifu,
the scoop of Baskin Robbins is meaningful.
(In work, he is my sifu, The Magic Loon, my boss in the previous company. Thank you so much!)
星期日, 12月 11, 2005
There were only 3 candidates in Women Open Full Marathon category, me, Phyllis and a professional runner. Registration fee will be sponsored by AmBank for the first 3 places in each category. Basically there was no competition at all among three of us and we all knew the result even without racing.
Yes, I got the LAST! (hahahah…) and 3 of us will be sponsored by AmBank in KLIM Marathon 2006 :P
I only managed to finish 4 laps in 53 minutes. When I came to the marking point in 53 minutes, the officer told me that I have only 7 minutes left, and then next he said,
‘You can stop now, because you will not manage to make it for another lap in 7 minutes…’
I was like .
Well, I was a bit upset because of the word ‘you will not manage to make it!’ Although I know I won’t be able to finish 5 laps in 1 hour, but you just can’t stop me from running or completing my 5th lap! :(
Fine then, you motivated in different way. I felt stressed in running this morning caused all are elite runners. This inspired me to train harder if I want a better performance in KLIM 2006 3 months later.
This is the first time I met with few of the web bloggers in the pacemakers network for example PM1, Runwitme and Dinesh, and the most fantastic, Martin who can recognized me ran in Shah Alam Lake!
NEXT Circuit run - 07th January 2006, Saturday (Full-2hr, Half-1hr 30min)
星期五, 12月 09, 2005
I set my alarms (handphone alarm and alarm clock) at 06:00 am since Wed, they alerted and woke me up every morning, but due to tiredness, I have missed the golden time for running by continue sleeping after off my alarms.
Regret is the only feeling after waking up and I kept shouting to myself, “Where is my self discipline?”
I was in Singapore past Wed, planned to wake up at 6 to have a final run in Singapore along the river side. My body just refused to do that, I ended up woke up at 7 and swam in the transparent pool for only 30 minutes. I can’t have running on the bus on my way back to KL in the evening.
Thursday morning 6 am, I was on my bed in Shah Alam apartment, my both alarms rang again, it was so natural to wake up to off my alarms, I was pretty tired then continue laying on the bed. By the time I woke up, it was already 8 am, time to work, it fact I was late!
Thursdays evening is not my running time, I have to attend Yoga class every Thursday night. After the Yoga session, whole body’s muscles were fully stretched. All were into relaxing situation and prepared to build up a stronger muscle in next day. Mind was sleepy; body was tired after the yoga session. I gained an excellent sleeping quality at night then.
I suddenly feel like putting on my running shoes last night at 11 am after reaching my apartment, but I did not do that.
This morning, I missed the time AGAIN!
I will say this is “Evil Spirit” instead of “Listen to Your Body”. Training is even harder than racing. If one lacks of self discipline in the training, basically the person is OUT.
I got to analyze my body again, either to restructure my biological clock or to change my training schedule.
Good luck to all of you, may the force be with you.
星期二, 12月 06, 2005
Yet, it was so satisfying when I crossed the finishing line.
At the beginning, I wonder why I was here in Singapore Marathon
At the end, I proud of myself that I finished the Marathon.
Anyway there were few disappointments which can’t be avoided and predicted…
This was my 1st Marathon, but I was not running under my name;
I was having bad diarrhea all the way in the 42.195km, went into the toilet for 6 times;
I was suffering by blister since 10km.
I’m still fine with the replacement, in fact it was an opportunity for me instead of disappointment. I just started running in September, it was impossible for me to take part in 42.195km Marathon in such a short time of training. After a few LSD training with Pacesetters and encouragement from Wan Lin, Chong Wah, Boon Keat, Rho Wen, Phyllis and Mr. Tey, I decided to take the challenge and opportunity to take over the bib from Seok Jiun.
The day before the race and the time I reached to 20+km, I was wondering why am I here for the marathon?
I started looking for toilet from 11km onwards. The journey from 20km to 30km was really tough and suffering, my mind started to be weak, stomachache made me can’t think much, just kept running and kept looking for toilet. After taking the first power gel at 24km, I gained much more energies to push me forward.
I took another power gel at about 32km, did some stretching to release tension on my legs muscle so that I can push more for the rest of 10km. I had been left at very behind, sigh…
It was not fun at all to count down from 30km, 12km still a long way to go. I was so tired at 35km, yet, there were 7km more to go… When I reached to 36km, the cheers from a cheer team were so motivating, spirit increased again.
Suddenly I felt like crying…
It caused by neither suffering nor tough, but because I knew I’m going to make it.
It was only 6km apart from the finishing line.
I had been running for 5 hours and more, and the time elapsed minute by minute. The will of crossing the finishing line was getting stronger and stronger. I kept pushing myself at the last 4km.
I just can’t wait to cross the finishing line to get my first Marathon medal and the finisher t-shirt. Surprisingly I still had energy and strength to speed at the last 50m, overtook at least 5 men before the finishing line and I heard a very loud cheers :)
When I stepped on the red carpet, the time showed 05:41…
I ignored the time, crying was my first feeling after crossing the finishing line, because…
I DID IT!
What’s wrong with the lousy timing? The most important is I made changes to my life, may be, I also inspire someone?
This was the ONLY picture that we managed to take before the race.
Top left: Wan Lin, Chui Miew (me), Rho Wen
Bottom left: Chong Wah, Boon Keat
Here’s my split time every 10km and 12km at the last (thanks to Mr. Tey for borrowing the split time watch to me)
1:09:19, 1:14:47, 1:32:43, 1:26:01
Total time: 5:41:02
Chip time/Gun Time: 5h:40m:40s / 5h:41m:54s
2739th / 4808 in entire Full Marathon category
304th / 589 in Women Open Full Marathon
24th / 52 in MAS Women Open Full Marathon
Average km 8m 4s
星期五, 12月 02, 2005
I have yet finish my work but my mind has been flying away to S'pore Marathon and start counting down the time to Race Day!
Yeah, feel so worried and excited, the 1st Full Marathon in my life.
...42.195km :: 4 Dec 2005 :: Singapore...
...Don't think, just run....
You must cross the finishing line with a smile!
星期三, 11月 30, 2005
I plan to go for short and speed training hopefully tomorrow morning, and lastly, a slow jog for about 3km on friday, just to wake up my legs' muscle, shouting at them and telling them that the war is near...
Few things haven't prepare for the trip, S'pore dollar, power bar, power gel, running suit, carbo snacks....
42.195km, 3 days 08H 30m to Race Day.
星期日, 11月 27, 2005
有些友情，就是在比赛中建立的。尤记得当年为队友拔河赛打气，大喊One-Two-Push, One-Two-Push… 还有当队友参加1500米时，就在圈外陪着他们跑完最后的400米。
这一次IOI Community Run，5.5公里，就是那六年后第一次出赛。开始报名参加时并没抱着参赛的感觉，反而只是想借此机会鼓励身边一些朋友参与跑步。反正只是5.5km，大概可以吸引一些初跑着，就这样，成功为六人报名参加。
While waiting for the lucky draw, my sifu took a photo for me and khin. What a wonderful time to catch up with my ex-colleagues, khin was my teammate and loon was(is) my sifu. Since he is not in the picture, let me describe how he looked like... my sifu is the eldest in the Men Open category, he has a pair of legs which specially designed for running but having an obstacle at his belly :P Though he always claims himself as leng chai, but i think 'leng lou' is more precise lo...
星期六, 11月 26, 2005
I woke up late at 5.50am this morning, body was in good condition (at first i thought i will suffer from tireness due to gastric and over exhausted yesterday), so i decided to join you guys. My godness, they were about to start their running at 6am soon, i sms RW telling her that i will be late and go ahead to start first. RW replied me that it was raining in PJ but clear sky in Shah Alam, they decided to delay the running and change venue to UM. Well, since it is a little bit out of my plan and i got to rush back for my busy work schedule, i decided to go for my own running practice at Shah Alam Lake.
Sorry Tey i did not inform you cause i guess you might already reached to Bukit Aman, it was 6.30am.
I started my run at 7am, felt my is body a bit weak, took my time to run for 1h:35m in slow pace around the mosque and lake. Sweat like hell after running, did some yoga stretching to warm down. Felt fresh again.
Continue working after taking shower and breakfast, until now...
星期五, 11月 25, 2005
(at least 3 cups of coffee per day)
8.30 am - 7.00 pm Working (1)
7.30 pm - 8.15 pm Working (2)
8.30 pm - 10.30 pm Yoga
10.30 pm - 12.00 am Personal Time
12.00 am - 1.00 am Working (2)
1.00 am - 2.00 am Sleep
2.00 am - 4.00 am Working (2)
4.00 am - 7.30 am Sleep
8.30 am - 7.00 pm Working (1)
7.30 pm - 10.30pm Working (2)
10.30 pm - 11.00 pm Dinner ---> gastric
Gonna miss the running practice tomorrow morning, basically health is temporary out...This reminds me last time when i was in project, rushing for dateline, didn't sleep/eat properly for a month, ended up having serious gastric and anorexia(厌食症).
So the rest of my frens, take good care of yourselves, the healthy and shiny me will return one day.
星期四, 11月 24, 2005
星期三, 11月 23, 2005
On Tuesday, woke up at 6.30 am in the morning and went to the basketball court and did my warm-up exercise. Then, just started my badminton footwork training. I think badminton is still my favorite hobby. A runner told me that I should focus only on running. But, I think I still love running, swimming and badminton all 3 together. I am not a greedy person, but, I can't stop myself from falling in love with all these exercise.
At 5.30 p.m. I left the office and rushed to Kg Pandan for sprint running exercise. This time, I learn the lesson. Arrived there early and quickly did my warm-up exercise. It was raining but at 6.30 pm, sharp, sprint training started. Unlike last Thursday, we went for more longer distance.
4 x 400 m
3 x 800 m
1 x 1200 m
1 x 1600 m <--
But, I missed the last 1600 m because I need to rush back for badminton in Stadium Juara. The coach didn't sound happy because I left earlier. He advised me not to go badminton because both running and badminton are hard exercise. He worried if I continue playing badminton after running, I might hit sport injuries. At 9.00 p.m. I reached Juara Stadium. The players already started the game. Without warm-up, just joined them for the game. Finished the game at 10.00 p.m. and went back home with a tired body.
Today later in the evening, I will go to Pantai Hill Park for swimming. Need to meet up Say Li also to get the Christmas concert tickets. Last Sunday, I swam at 3K swimming pool. I tried to do sprint swimming with a distance of 50m. But, I really can't take it. My heart beat was extremely fast, can't even breath at the ending line. So, just swam in a normal pace for 500m. Then, tried another few rounds of 50m swim. But, still can't take it. I think my muscle is still not strong enough for sprint swimming. Nowadays, spend time doing weight training, focusing more on back muscle. I think it will take 1 year for me before I can feel comfortable in sprint swimming. But, never mind, this motivate me to continue exercise :-)
--by Wan Lin
星期二, 11月 22, 2005
The Call of the Wild – Gunung Datuk 19-20/11/2005 - 拿督山游记
星期五, 11月 18, 2005
星期日, 11月 13, 2005
星期四, 11月 10, 2005
02/11/2005星期三中午，在家里忙着工作，匆匆用了午+晚餐，开着车子在七点钟以前来到Seksyen 17与圆霖、宗华和CC会合。我们把背包扛上圆霖的Kia Sportage，七点十五分开始启程前往Captain Kam Meng和阿 Leong的家乡，Jeram。
KM正式宣布因为4WD的问题而被迫取消前往Chamah，本来答应同行的9个人也因为这原因而演变成现有的6人行（KM，阿 Leong，圆霖，宗华，CC和我）。宗华和我的双眼都掩不住失望的眼神，KM给大伙儿两个选择，Gunung Pas（延续在Gunung Irau后的一座山）或是西马第八高峰的Gunung Batu Putih。后来我们选择了三天两夜的Gunung Batu Putih白岩山之旅。放弃Chamah是所有人最无奈的选择，包括KM本身在内，毕竟KM、宗华和圆霖是因去年无法攻顶而计划重游此山的。
Day 1（03/11/2005）- 山顶洞人
清晨八时许，在巴刹用过早餐，买过了菜和简便的午餐便出发了。约一个小时后，圆霖和阿 Leong把我们载到一个叫Kuala Woh 的地方。白岩山的入口就在这里的原住民村庄，村庄旁就是Sungai Woh，河的两岸都住着原住民。那是一条宽大的河流，水源滔滔不绝，还有一个超小型的水坝。我们把各自的背包扛下车，换好运动鞋准备就绪，KM顺道和当地人打一打交道。出发前KM先调一调他新买的GPS卫星定位仪。10:15am，圆霖摇身一变，就变成一只老虎来领队，由KM压阵。我们踏出了前往白岩山的第一步。
我们继续往上爬，又越过几条小溪，陆陆续续与山蛭和蚊虫交战。来到Last water point大概已是1点多，从这儿到山洞大约还有两个多小时的路程。
Day 2 (04/11/2005) – 当牙刷遇上蜡烛
老虎一大早六点多就醒来，竟坐在小石头上阅报。我和老虎较早起身，就把所有mass tin 扛到水源去清洗。
Day 3 (05/11/2005) – 挥不去的色彩
KM不时取出他那GPS卫星定位仪来测量距离、位置，和计算所走里程。当树林太厚，KM就把GPS定在长棒上，来一个‘Thunder Cat’的姿式接收讯号。由于第一天下了一场豪雨，许多树倒塌，偶尔还要趴着穿过丛林。走在前端的老虎替我们披荆斩棘，KM在后也用新检到的另一把铲披荆斩棘。我们一度进入了竹林，走到尽头无路可走，才发觉又走错路了，掉头就走。大伙儿恰似在赶路的，间中没有多少的休息。和第一天来时路一样，用了约2-3小时来到Last Water Point，再跋过几条河和那急流，又和山蛭交战。老虎一直在担心受伤的膝盖会疼痛。
走了约五小时的路，我们就到达原住民村庄。小孩子显得有些害羞，把剩余的饼干都给了孩子们吃。登一次山总丢一些东西，宗华把他那双破烂的袜子丢掉，老虎则把他那烂鞋丢掉，而我，则把烂旧的自己丢掉。在Sungai Woh洗过澡后精神焕发，约五时离开白岩峰，离开村庄，离开孩子们，带走的是满载的回忆，双腿上的疤痕，以及被sand fly叮得满手满脚和满颈的红斑。
星期二, 11月 08, 2005
Introduction to Gunung Batu Putih 白岩峰简介
8th highest in Peninsular Malaysia 大马半岛第八高峰
Height 高度：2131m (6993’)
Location 地点：Kuala Woh, Tapah, Perak.
Difficulty 难度：Level 3
Highlight 经典：Campsite at the cave
Gunung Batu Putih, here we go!
6 of us at the quest, Kam Meng, Wan Lin, Ah Leong, Chong Wah, Chee Chung and Chui Miew which led by Kam Meng.
Day 1 – 03/11/2005
The starting point was at the end of an Orang Asli village which is located beside a water dam. We started to move our steps to the jungle at 10.15am the river (Sungai Woh) was at our right hand side, after 40 min hiking, we crossed two rivers right before the joining point of the two rivers. We arrived at the last water point at about 1pm.
We took about 4 hours to reach to the first campsite, the cave. The path was tiring and full of leeches and mosquitoes. We met another team with size of 10 from Tapah at the campsite, they told us that there was another path to the cave.
Rain heavily since 2pm, never stop until the next morning. The nearest water source was about 5min hike from the cave, it neither a river nor a stream, but a hole with water flows. We slept on the rock side by side with our sleeping bag. Beside KM and WL, the rest of the sleeping bags were wet due to the heavy rain and only with one layer of plastic bag as cover.
Day 2 – 04/11/2005
2nd day, we heading to the peak of Mount Batu Putih at about 10.30am, then we arrived at the peak successfully after 3 hours plus of climbing. The path to the peak was formed by roots and branches of trees. The environment was wet and reachable by sunlight as we can see variety of fungus on the tree branches.
There was a spacious flat ground at the peak with a tower marking The Peak of Gunung Batu Putih. We were there at 2131m above the sea level. We descended the mountain at about 2pm and back to our campsite by 5pm.
Same dinner dishes as last night except the canned fish. At night, it was the massage time for all. We went into the dream with insects’ singing voice and of cause, slept with sand flies.
Day 3 – 05/11/2005
The descending path became harder when the way was slippery and some trees fell and blocked the path after the heavy rain at the first day. We went into the wrong path of fallen bamboo. Luckily the river level wasn’t too deep, we crossed the river successfully and returned to the village after 5 hours climb.
After taking quick bath at Sungai Woh, it was already 5pm. We left the mountain, the village, and the children, but definitely not the memory, the scars, and the sand fly bites.
The 6th Annual Mountaineering Trip seemed to be having too many obstacles.
Initially, our famous mountain climbing organizer, Kam Meng planned for a 6D5N trip at G. Gerah (The 11th highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia). However the response wasn’t that tremendous which might cause the teammates to bear a very high cost for the 4WD rental, so Kam Meng decided to changed plan.
Here is the Plan B, 4D3N at Gunung Chamah (The 5th highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia) via Gua Musang. Gunung Chamah was the destination of 5th Annual Mountaineering Trip in 2004, due to few of the teammates didn’t manage to reach to the peak, Kam Meng and guys were so eager to visit Chamah again. Unfortunately, Plan B wasn’t work at the end due to the 4WD arrangement problem occurred. We had no choice to drop Chamah with tears.
Finally, we met and discussed for the Plan C at Kam Meng’s house in Jeram the 9 hours before departure for the climb. We had options of 4D3N at Gunung Pas (the peak next to Gunung Irau) or 3D2N at Gunung Batu Putih (8th highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia). We chosen Gunung Batu Putih located at Kuala Koh, where this was the 2nd attempt for CC and WL but the 6th attempt for Kam Meng (wow!).
More details coming soon... stay tuned!
星期一, 11月 07, 2005
星期一, 10月 31, 2005
（Gunung Chamah的前言。我假似，我也像部分队友一样与Gunung Chamah 重逢）
星期一, 10月 24, 2005
Unbelievable! Even I can’t believe that I can ever make it.
I just did that without enough mental preparation in advanced, but full of motivation and determination during running.
It was tough at the last 5km, muscles were so tired, and foot was getting pain. At the moment where I almost wanted to give up running, I told myself to keep running, just keep running, don’t stop, the destination is right in front of the corner.
20km isn’t a matter for most of you, but it is a good start for me.
Any idea what philosophy had I applied?
As long as you keep living, the hope is there.
As long as you keep running, the hope is there.
星期一, 10月 17, 2005
自从那次在Gunung Rajah 的淋雨经验后
星期四, 10月 13, 2005
星期一, 10月 10, 2005
This is one the questions in a questionnaire for a wonderful activity planned by the organizers. Apparently my answer to this question is ‘NOTHING’.
We had only few minutes to complete the entire questionnaire, meaning that time is a constraint. At the moment, when I read the question, my brain started to spin (like a hard disk start looking for the answer from the sectors). After a few seconds, I decided to skip this question first because I really had no idea about the answer.
The answer could be as simple as just an insect or as deep as a life’s philosophy.
The possible answers that actually first flashed in my mind were cockroach, rat, snake, spider…
Emm… may be it could be a situation for example exam, presentation, losing trust, losing relationship, losing friends and family, death, paralyzed, no money, no woman, can’t get married, etc…
Or it could be a feeling like loneliness, darkness, depression or whatever…
Or may be it is someone who having terrible attitude, bad behavior, or personalities that you can’t stand for…
How about unknown creature?
Seriously, this is a super tough question!
I have been thinking and analyzing all the possible answers that I could think of after the trip, for example:
Do you fear to death? (人总会一死，或轻于鸿毛，或重于泰山If I enjoy every second in my life, if I treasure everyone in my life, if I do everything good without regret in my life, why should I fear to death?)
Do you fear if you find yourself can’t do running, climbing, cycling and swimming anymore? (If my legs are broken, I still have my pair of arms to take over my leg’s function, if I’m blind, I still can do sports with guide…)
Do you fear if you are infected by AIDS? (AIDS patients just like a normal human, sometimes they can perform better than a normal person, what do you fear about?)
Do you fear if you are poor? (Life still going on…)
Do you fear if you losing your beloved family member? (You already know they can’t be with you forever, love them as much as you can before you regret.)
Do you fear if you are a single mother? (Single mother is a great mother though…)
And so on…
What was in my mind simply 'no matter how bad the situation is, there is a way to overcome it'.
My dear, there is nothing to be feared.
Every threat is an opportunity.
There is a hidden force inside our soul,
Unleash the power when the time has come,
Stand up and fight back.
So my friend, what do you fear the most?
星期三, 10月 05, 2005
星期三, 9月 28, 2005
大概八时，我们把各自的背包整理好准备上山。起程时间是早上8点35分，由Kam Meng 带队，圆霖压阵。背包我可背得多，山也有爬过一些，但背着约9公斤的背包上山也倒是第一次！开始的路都是黄泥路，瀑布在我们的左手边，路上看见好多漂亮的大蝴蝶，和志气高昂的野姬花。
阵容里全军都是第一次来Gunung Rajah，走错路总是难免的。Kam Meng 还以为在这路的尽头要过河到彼岸，原来我们只不过在一个分叉路口拐错过了弯。渐渐又回到路上。我们慢慢的进入深山，在约12点抵达另一个瀑布，在大石头上用了午餐，喝过了清澈的河水，休息片刻后继续往深山走去。大约两点，我们来到瀑布边的campsite。这只是山腰，离山峰还遥远哩。Francine 和圆霖决定留在campsite，其他人就把背包丢下，持着备用的东西继续往山峰走去。
卸下了笨重的背包，顿时有种放下包袱的轻松感。这时候大家健步如飞，在森林奔跑着上山，一方面是我们都轻松很多，一方面是我们真的在赶时间。无论能不能抵达山峰，我们必须在下午4点半前下山，不然天黑了可就麻烦。此时此刻，想起Lord of The Rings的Aragon, Legolas 等人在森林赶路的一幕。由于路程渐渐缓慢下来，中午4点，我们只能抵达在一个山腰间的休息处，望着彼岸的Gunung Rajah，心里暗暗自叹遗憾。。
听说有Kam Meng在的爬山阵容就有丰富的晚餐，而我这次肯定是倒霉了，因为我们只有快熟面加肉干作晚餐。夜里睡到迷迷糊糊时，忽然听见圆霖在帐篷外喊我，我迷迷糊糊地走出去，也不晓得发生什么事。原来那几个寂寞的男人只是想找个女人谈谈天天说说地地罢了 :P
我反正都醒来，就顺道抬头仰望天空，希望看到细碎的星星也好，谁知厚云胧盖整个天空，什么星光也看没有！我忽然想起空手道的其中一个道理，as empty as the sky, as solid as the mountain。学习空手道的哲学就是进入空的世界以达到忘我境界，气沉丹田，稳如泰山。
一路上遇见相同的过客，彩蝶、野姬花、山蛭、蜜蜂。Wai Leng 和Leong遇上了山蛭，而Jeff却遇上了蜜蜂。大概下午1点半，终于来到起点，也是终点。到Chamang Waterfall 洗过澡清凉一下后，就离开这绿油油的青山。
和Gunung Rajah 的一夜情，不过如此而已。每每想起他，就如伍佰的钢铁男子这首歌，另我对他的爱意又再渐渐加厚。
星期四, 9月 22, 2005
好多年以前的电影，Forrest Gump. 这一个晚上，再次重温这部电影。
戏里最经典的一句话就是Run, Forrest run! 这是Forrest 的女人曾经对他说过好几遍的一句话。
星期一, 9月 19, 2005
星期六, 9月 17, 2005
After the cycling trip, my teammates keep encouraging me in running, especially WL, the King of The Road.
I doubt at myself, can I do that? Immediately I heard an answer from the dark side of me saying ‘No’. The most I can run continuously without any stop/rest is 3km, excuse me, and were you just said 10km?
On the way home from Kuantan – KL while I was driving, I kept thinking ‘Can I run?’ Can I run on the road as well as WL and CW? Oh My God, running is my major weakness!
Doubt and Will were co-existed at the same time. Now is the war time between both of them, I felt the tug-of-war between Doubt and Will.
After coming back from PCC Interstate, I kept my bike aside. In fact it is too exhausted and need a rest. I made up my mind to overcome this obstacle which blocking my way heading towards running. I grabbed the last chance of the last day of Mega Sales, bought a pair of Nike’s running shoes.
That’s the start of the running history in my life.
For the first time I ran at Shah Alam Lake, the result was extremely terrible. I was so disappointed to myself, and start blaming myself why am I spending so much on the running shoes yet it did not help….
Sub conscious mind is conquering my brain. Am I going to give up? When I was resting beside the lake, I told myself, this is only the beginning my dear, you can’t become an excellent horse without training.
So I made a rendezvous to myself at this lake again tomorrow.
The next day, I came to the same battle filed, ran on the same running track, and the same situation happened exactly the same. At the first 2km, I exhausted like hell, loosen strength at my tight, I can’t step any movements further anymore! I just stopped and regret. That's sucks!
It was disappointment again.
When I was about to give up running, I somehow ‘saw’ a group of people running great in front of me, and look, they were WL, CW and gang!
I told myself, no worry my dear, training takes time, no one can perform freaking well at the first time! Come again next time, let’s show your unleashed power!
Apparently the Will is more likely to win the Doubt.
The last time I was running, I start feeling satisfaction at my running record. Although it was not comparable with CW/WL/RW, but I noticed that I had improvement throughout every training.
Every time before I start running, I gave myself a target, let’s say today I’m going to run one round in 15 minutes, or simply just telling myself no matter how long I take, I got to finish two rounds.
Normally for the first round of the lake that I ran (too bad I don’t even know the distance), it was like the warming up level, it is a milestone and bottleneck, once I hit that level successfully, I can last longer. That’s the most vulnerable time of giving up, when that evil mind rises, I start thinking of the Nike advertisement, Leave the Old You at Behind!
And I kept running.
Day by day, training by training, I see improvement, feel satisfaction, I almost whacked the old mine down and left it behind. The most dangerous enemy is me myself, every training I was fighting within myself. I’m not comparing my running performance with others, but with the last’s me.
It’s simply the greatest feeling of wining me myself.
Since I have the Will, that’s why there is a Way. Let me train the wild horse to be the best before letting it goes to unleash its power.
星期五, 9月 16, 2005
Kuantan – Batu Rakit
Chui Miew: aka the Karate Queen. Black belt! Think twice if you try to be naughty with her.
Hin Wai: aka the Guitar King. Now, in porno… Oops, photographing as well.
Wan Lin: aka King of the Road (konon. J). Kam Meng’s apprentice in organizing trips.
Chong Wah: I am just a humble human who ready to serve for good cause…
Rho Wen: aka Wild Horse. Hard to control once got released
Hotel: Strawberry Kijal
Distance (km) :107
Time Taken: 4:29
Average Speed (km/h) : 22.7
Max Speed (km/h) : 58
Hotel: Anguillia Beach Hse Resort
Distance (km) :133
Time Taken: 5:13
Average Speed (km/h) : 25.3
Max Speed (km/h) : 45.4
From-to: Marang- Batu Rakit
Hotel: Gem Beach Resort
Distance (km) :110
Time Taken: 4:20
Average Speed (km/h) : 25
Max Speed (km/h) : 47.4
Sun, 28Aug05, Kuantan-Kijal 107km
Merely a 4 hours sleep after we rushed from KL to Kuantan for InterState 2005, Kuantan-Batu Rakit Merdeka Cycling trip. At 0430, we had got our baggage ready on our support car, WL’s tough look Kia Sportage. Final check on our bikes, off we headed to Hotel Vistana to meet up the rest of the cyclists.
After the registration and loading our baggage to the official baggage vehicle, we started our first ‘chain reaction’ at 0600 sharp with the lead of the safety vehicles to make sure the road was clear for a swamp of 100+ bikes. It was indeed an exquisite scene where the main road flocked with blinking red rear lights & front lights from bikes.
We were heading to a light industry area then into oil palm plantation area via a narrow, stony & pitted tar road. Exactly at 20km, my back tyre punctured. God, not a good start at all! Thanks to RW & CM for their skillful pit stop like tyre change action. Shame on me, they are girls! WL, who is our support car driver on 1st day, arrived on time with the foot pump. Eventually, we spent about 20min to have the wheels rolling on the road again.
We had a short break at 51km. CM started to grumble that she had have enough. We also started to psycho her that she can do it and she should try to exceed her own limit. We got our feet on the pedals again and heading towards Kemaman. Rolling hills awaited us! There were so many camel backs to overcome. One of the steepest ascents almost made me felt that my bike was actually going backward! When HW overtook me, somehow, it stimulated my thigh muscles to generate more ATPs to attack the hill like mad! I feel good every time I beat a hill which deserted with a speedy decent. I often enjoy watching my speedometer’s raising reading while doing an aerodynamic posture. Lifting my butt, head keeps close to the handler, eyes stare in front. I could feel the wheel spins so hard, making a hissing sound; the air glides swiftly through my face, and, ventilating fast through the helmet. That’s when you could feel the SPEED!
After the hilly route, it is a flat tar road where I started to lead in front for the rest to draft. We were heading towards Cukai town where the famous Hai Peng Coffee Shop awaiting our arrival to refill our stomach at 85km. We rode in a faster speed as I was driven by my own hunger for a good lunch. We arrived at noon. The shop was crowded with tourists, locals & 100+ cyclists to have a sip on their aromatic coffee and charcoal toasted roti. Really nice! Somehow, it seemed that only me who still having a good appetite. I wanted to order more but the rest didn’t show much enthusiastic on the nice foods there. May be CM & HW who are from Kuantan felt no fuss to the foods there.
With the newly loaded carbo to be burnt, we waived good bye to Cukai town. At 99km, Perwaja Steel factory was within our sight. We were able to maintain our steady speed until we finally reached Strawberry Hotel. Touch down… We congratulated each other, especially those 1st timers like CM & HW. They surprised us and themselves I suppose to have finished the day 1 in a good shape. It is all about ‘Mind set’ as I kept telling them.
Due to some mistake by the organizer, 2 groups of cyclists tried to check in a same room. Eventually, we made the way although we had already settled down in the room in prior. Dislike a fellow’s bossy attitude.
At evening, we went out to the beach side. Only 2 morons took along their office material to read at the beach (me and WL :-). The rest were having a good time with the sea. It was so relaxing while watching CM & RW on swimsuit. My only comment is, they were not sexy enough… Too many clothes on themselves… Oops, I should continue my reading J
At night, we enjoyed the video taken by WL earlier. I know WL was very itchy to put his feet on the pedals next day. I just can’t find my toiletry bag! I went back to the previous room to look for it as I might have left it behind. None of them saw my accessory bag though. Damn it! I slept with anxiety…
Mon, 29Aug05, Kijal-Marang 133km
At 0530, I woke up with a moody face. My mouth still tasting the bananas I had before my sleep. No teeth brushing, no face cleaning. Hate it! Rushing for the 0600 2nd day flag-off. Grab my bike and baggage and head to the starting point. Once I threw my baggage into a truck, the bossy cyclist came to me and told me that my toiletry bag was in their room! I was more than happy to hear that rather than put anger on them! It was a great morning to start with though my mouth still smelt like banana. Today, CM will take over from WL to drive the support car.
The longest distance of the trip, 133km begins. At 0600, the main road was so dark. We could only spot the blinking red lights. I never like to cycle in the dark! It makes me feel unsafe with ‘unknowns’ awaiting you until your front light reaches it.
We had been told it will be an ‘all-flat’ day. WL led the group as I had done my duty on the 1st day. He pedaled so hard like a just released mad cow! 30, 32, 31km/h… were the ticking readings on my speedometer. All managed to follow tightly. Passing by the Petronas & ExxonMobil’s crude oil ternimal. The plant is so huge, which covers hectares & km of area. A genuine heavy industry. Just about 2hr, we arrived at a Chinese stall for a break at 56km. CM was there already with the support car. First words came out from my mouth to her was why the heck she didn’t shoot us with RW’s video cam. Because I know I look great in video J No battery... L We were among the earliest troops to arrive. I felt the stiffness on my thighs already. I was scared that I couldn’t last long. ‘Mind set’…! Replenish my empty bottle with 100+ and mixed it with 2 packs of energy powder. Taste great! Just want to make sure dehydration & cramp were away from me.
At 61km, once we made a left turning at a junction, it was a ‘Oh My God’ seafront scene! Once CM’s car overtook us, I quickly called her to stop for photo session. The breeze was refreshing. The seafront was captivating. The camera never stops clicking J We strolled into a suburban town and paced towards Marang. We managed to catch up a medium speed peloton & drafting them. I had saved up a lot of energy for not fighting the wind at the front. We did stop by a motor shop to have HW’s bike fixed. Loosen nuts. Each pedaling he did, the joint will ‘TICK’ once. I teased him that it was his RPM indicator. It was annoying though.
Anggullia Resort! The ultimate destination of the day. My longest single day ride ever, 133km! Surprisingly, I didn’t feel the fatigue that I was expected! I felt my body was ready for the last day. My mixing of the energy substances with 100+ must be working well on me! Checked in to a neat chalet nearby the seaside. Having the coconut juice that CM bought us was so rewarding!
Goodness, I realized I had accidentally put my baggage onto a wrong truck instead of the official baggage truck! Investigation showed that it should be on a truck which driven by a group of Penangite cyclists. The bossy cyclist was one of them L Waiting for them to come back… Then, we decided to go out for lunch first. I had to borrow change from WL. Except his underwear of courseJ No doubt, it was as windy as the wind at east cost down there… wink wink *_*
We circled around the town for food. Then, we met ‘the truck’. Exchange of words confirmed that my bag was with them. Thank goodness. I had been the laughing stock of the day. My teammates labeled the bossy cyclist as my ‘lover’. We do have the fate to know each other from the hundreds in this trip J It is a blessing.
Evening time was the PCC group photo session! Everyone was on an official yellow shirt. Smile and say Cheese!
HW complained about his fingers movement after his 2nd day ride. He felt the numb and couldn’t bend his fingers. We thought it was alright and it shall gone soon. I teased him that caused by he spent too many time on guitar. A rainy night made me slept like a baby.
Tue, 30Aug05, Marang- Batu Rakit 110km
Our last quest! Another 110km to wrap up the trip. Marang to Batu Rakit is only 50+km from main road. The organizer is kind enough to discover other alternative routes for us so that we could enjoy more sight seeing. HW’s fingers still having difficulty to bend as usual. I saw him still able to push a button on camera, so, it was ok (Piu… he still able to take our picturesJ). Luckily, it was his turn to drive. From a winding road, we strolled into the outskirt villages where booby trap was everywhere. The notorious Cow Dang! Freshly baked! Everyone was yelling ‘Oh Shit… Ooh Oh Shit’. Shit indeed. Later on, CM complained that RW’s rear tyre was actually splashed up a small piece of dang to her face! Puke!
We caught up with a big peloton which in size of 100+ school kids in uniform and with Jalur Gemilang. The parade leader was possessing no less than 5 flags on his bike. I suppose it was a typical school event to celebrate ‘Merdeka’ Day. As a patriotic youth, I led the vow of ‘Merdeka’ while passing them. They replied in a joyful louder volume! We all felt excited and proud. It feels great still.
Kuala Berang! We stopped for our breakfast. A sumptuous east coast local delicacy! 1st time in my life, I ate a curry puff with fish filling. In fact, mostly, the kuih muih are all with fish filling. It was so tasty! Chatted with some local postmen who curious about us! We all shared the same Merdeka eve joy.
Sun had been so kind to us for the past 2 days. Not today! We were roasted! The hot weather, UV and body heat started to tell me that I was tired. I got a second wind after a short break to regroup as some of the members were dropping further gradually. We also kept pumping water to hydrate ourselves. The last 20km, left only CM and me in group! WL left behind with his own pace, RW left us to tag with faster cyclist at a speed of 35km/h like remora fish (Traitor!). Poor CM had only me as cover. And, me, had nobody to cover! At least, I got CM as companion. Pity WL, only sun was with him. J
We were nearer to Batu Rakit for each pedaling we did. Chain and crank were swiveling well with each output from thighs to toes. Last 10km, we rode at 30km/h, CM still able to catch up. Great, I could put more focus on the road and maintaining the speed. I shouted out for the count down. 5km to go… 4km to go… 1km to go… Gem Beach Resort!
Cheeky RW came over to congratulate me and held my hands up and pose like winners. HW was video tapping. No wonder… We were the 2 in the group who survived in style throughout the 3 days of 350km. Shortly, WL arrived with his trademark smile! Officially, we declared “We all have made it”. Most importantly, we were all in one piece. God bless.
Had a very relaxing day. Soaking in the sea water, playing with the wave, peeping on bikini ladies, teasing each other for fun, sing together… WL continued his lonely walk along the beach. Must be missing his girl friend so much J Myself, already thought of my diving trip on the next day at Lang Tengah. The dinner was the most sumptuous one in 3 days. Lovely night to sleep in a cosy room.
I woke up late but still able to join the group for breakfast. HW showed me his catch-of-the-day in his camera. Goodness me, a sexy bikini lady! Mouth watering & saliva dripping man… yeah, that had improved my appetite so much.
After some effort to squeeze 3 human beings & 4 bikes into Kia Sportage, it was time to waive goodbye to WL, CM & HW as they headed back to Kuantan, then KL. Me, RW & Richard who arrived last night will head to Lang Tengah instead for diving trip.
It is such a satisfying trip! Last year, the experience of falling when I tried to do drifting like InitialD still haunting me! Now, it is a history. A special compliment to RW who had stuck to the group, and giving her support to the rest most of the time. Normally, she is the typical remora fish that will suck herself to a faster group. A handful wild horse to control J WL’s organizing is a legacy that we shall not take for granted. HW & CM should feel proud of themselves for their 1st taste of such long distance ride. Their face already stamped with the wordings of ‘Ask for More’ for such energy-dissipating event. Indeed, it is another milestone for everyone. For me, it is another chapter of my OutdoorXplorer.
星期三, 9月 07, 2005
简介：跨州脚车行，从关丹开始一直骑到丁州BATU RAKIT，总共349 公里。
人物：我，Rho Wen (RW)，Wan Lin (WL)，Hin Wai (HW)，Chong Wah (CW) 共五人。
先谈谈我们的队伍，不多，只有五人。我们彼此并不完全认识，我和RW 是在OX 认识，RW和WL及CW 是朋友，CW 和HW是大学同学，而我和HW 是中学同学，我们的关系就是如此联系的了。
第一次练习，队长WL 就选择了难度很高的Genting Sempah。为什么我会说难度高？尽管只有区区的14公里，可是踩着上山可不是好玩的。可怜的WL被逼紧跟在我后面 ，也真辛苦他了！最可怜的莫过于HW，走了二十多公里的冤枉路，最后才在云顶山脚的休息处会上我们。
就在一次和RW到UM练习回来后，隔天就发现前轮泄了气。忽然我觉得不知所措，精神沮丧得快崩溃。别无他法，尝试自己换轮胎。赶紧摇了电话给脚车的主人求救，他就On-phone Support, 教我如何更换轮胎。这一次又是信心动摇的时候。
就在出发的前几个小时，到达阿明的脚车店，遇见Uncle Lim, Uncle Lim 慷慨的给了我不少的脚车贴士，就以一杯茶回馈。阿明把我的脚车修理好，心里头的大石头立刻就消失了。
Day 1 – 28th 08, 2005, Kuantan – Kijal (107 km)
凌晨四点半，我和RW来到HW家集合，大家赶紧做最后的检查及收拾东西。我领着WL驱车出发，RW，CW 和HW就踏着脚车到出发集合点，Vistana Hotel。
大伙儿在50公里处休息兼等我，“Mind Set” 就是CW最爱的口头禅。说真的，这句话多多少少也起了不少作用。没人有要放弃的念头，包括我在内。
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~Day 2 – 29th 08, 2005, Kijal– Marang (133 km)
Day 3 – 30th 08, 2005, Marang – Batu Rakit (109 km)
我又要上阵了，心情还是很紧张。“Mind Set” 这个字又再次从CW的口中说出。
星期二, 9月 06, 2005
There were mixtures of feeling at the moment I was about to leave, felt sad, felt unbearable to leave all the wonderful friendships, felt loss, felt exciting…
This reminded me the Fool in the Tarot. Risks are always in the journey of the Fool and every journey is an adventure. No one knows what gonna happen next, he is brave to take the risk and taste the adventure, sometimes he may fall, but sometimes he achieved something that no one else can do.
I was like the Fool at the moment.
I had told myself, after stepping out of IITC, I became history in IITC, everything happened in IITC became memories. Some people I will never meet them again in the rest of my life, some incidents will never happen again in other place and time in the rest of my life too.
Mr. Gentleman, I was once your lover, but it turned to be like the bird flies in the sky and the fish swims in the sea, both will never have any interaction.
Let’s friendship continues and ever lasting, let’s rivalship ends here and never meet.
星期五, 8月 19, 2005
There was once when I was in South Thailand
I had a strong willing to go to the beach where there is a mermaid
I took about an hour bus
Lastly came to a small town
But I started to be panic
Because I couldn’t see any beach or sea….
The beach is suppose just beside the road if this town is nearby the sea
I asked around,
people given directions to me and I followed.
After a while of walking,
I found neither breeze from the sea nor the salty taste of the sea..
I was so tired and disappointed
At the moment when I was about to give up
I saw there was a different color of blue from the sky
It was deep blue
There was wave on top of the water
And it is sea!
I was so excited and just keep going despite of how tired I am
Because I strong realized I was at the correct path
As long as I keep going
I will be at the beach very soon.
Besides kept going, there was only kept going
Until my foot stepped on the sand and felt the sea
Only I was willing to take a rest.
The feeling was simply the great and obtained a strong satisfaction
It wasn’t a matter on how beautiful was the beach
It wasn’t a matter how clear was the water
It also wasn’t a matter is there a mermaid?
The most important was I’m here at the destination led by my strong will
So, if you ask me,
Even though I have been suffering by the Love
Can I love again?
Will I desire to love again?
Yes I will,
And I’ll be more treasure the love, more understand how to love and will be a better lover than previous
Because I can strongly feel it
It is right at in front
Perhaps it is too far from me
But I realized it is at in front
I’ll just keep going
I’m sure I’ll be there one day.
So my answer is
To Love the Man for One Whole Life.
星期二, 8月 16, 2005
My mood is simply Ten Thousand times bluer than the deep blue sky
and the emotion is simply Ten Thousand times deeper than the deep blue ocean
The hurt and the pain that you have left to me is simply Ten Thousand times more than the love you gave to me.
I just want to tell you, Mr. ‘Gentleman’
I Love You...
I Hate You is simply Ten Thousand times more than I Love You.
星期四, 8月 11, 2005
I was so surprise…
All the while I was hoping and looking forward you to be a gentleman
who can take good care to all other ladies beside me
and be polite and smile to everybody surrounding you.
How many times have I complained this to you?
you are so different.
I see a new brand you who have really improved a lot
I guess you have really let go everything,
or perhaps you think it’s not worthwhile to made yourself unhappy because of a woman you hate the most?
You will never know how suffer and how sad I am
because I'm neither in your eyes nor your heart.
Until today, or perhaps until the day I die,
I still have no idea why is this a choice for you to chase me away from your house
and what caused you to act so badly to me?
and this is called 'gentleman'?
We have to learn and grow
Let go and move forward
I’m not so sure am I ahead of you
I still have a very long journey for my transition stage.
Oh my dear,
my miserable life has just begun right after I stepped out from your house…
星期二, 8月 09, 2005
星期一, 8月 08, 2005
星期三, 7月 27, 2005
星期二, 7月 12, 2005
每个转捩点总需要一个过渡期 – Transition Stage
星期一, 6月 27, 2005
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26062005 ~ 泰南的旅后