So...everyone is out there partying on a Friday while I'm sitting at home and blog. Now please say thank you cos I post new stuff for everyone to read throughout the weekend. Hahaha! Nyek! Friends all went to the Merry Guinness thing at Grand Margherita without me cos last minute invitation will never be an acceptance to me. Hehe =)
Here's my last post about my 3 days trip to KL. I know I know I know. Finally the last post cos I divided all the photos into I-don't-know-how-many-post. Blehhhh!
Our day at the Cosmo World Theme Park started at 9.50am which the mall wasn't even open yet =.= And the eff thing is that the theme park itself opens at 11am. Argh! One hour to waste. So we camwhored around!
Me and bro and my cousin. See the huge tree? Hehehe =D The lights were off that time =(
Another shot of me and bf. So dark lerrrr....
What to do in an hour besides camwhoring? Hahaha! Luckily the arcade was open early. So we head there and killed our time!
Friends. They come and go. Everyone cross path with you for a reason. Either to be your lifelong dependable friend or just to teach you a lesson. Some come and go as quick as the quicksand. Some stayed on for couple of months and take their departure once the mission completes. While some, is just a phone call away since day one.
So how do you know who belongs to which category?
The answer is, you don't.
Living for 30 years, having friends for as long as 20 years, I realised that it is all about the effort. The phrase, 'It takes two to tango' is so accurate that it can even predict the rainy and sunny days. What kind of effort are we talking about here? We're talking about the effort to make friend(s) and keep up the effort to make that friendship last with even the smallest step.
Have you ever thought about the effort you make? What did you do to keep that friendship? Or the effort your friend(s) made to meet up, to call, or merely just a simple text to say 'Hi…
Growing up with a brother 9 years younger than me, that’s a huge gap of knowledge transfer and a whole new world to learn about the new generation. Last night as I was at a TETHER session with the Sarawak Bloggers core team and a few new young blood, I realised how much blogging has changed. We were seated at a long table. Half the table are us, the 30 and above with our beers in hand talking about health. The other half, is the group of active social media users. The group that talks about YouTube, Instagram, cinematography, digital nomad and mostly there’s this new word called Vlog or V-log. I still have no idea how to pronounce that word.
Looking at them playing around with their phones, taking videos or “stories” for their Instagram, my mind was asking myself “What was I doing or where was I when I was 20 years old?”.
This morning I got my answer. I was learning how to customise my blog template.
The journalists or reporters in the olden days have to buy pens and papers to write…