Saturday, October 2, 2004

What a relief!

After 2 stressful week, schedule returns to normal and I would be blogging more often from now until SPM starts in November.

~ Trial 2 was way tougher than the 1st trial. The BM paper was damn tough. I did not finished my English Paper for novel section due to insufficient of time. Why did that happen? I thought the paper ends at 10.45, but it ended at 10.30, 15 minutes earlier than the time I thought. Comes to Mathematics, well, it's okay. Not much comments about it. Science... tough... difficult. History. It was 'kinda' okay. As for Moral, hopefully I can maintain my marks. And as for Commerce and Basic Economics, those papers were much tougher, hehe... Last but not least, Additional Mathematics. I'm not sure how high I will score for it, but I'm praying for at least a B3.

Now, the updates on Malaysian Idol. Let's start with Dina. Her performances were good and impressive. She sang a song by Anita Sarawak and 'I Turn To You' by Christina Aguilera. Jac, although she did not brought out the Malay song well, but she heated up the atmosphere with 'If I Ain't Got You' by Alicia Keys, who are in town today for her first ever concert in Malaysia. As for Vick, he's quite okay. Watching him singing 'Belaian Jiwa' by Innuendo and a rendition of 'I Believe' by Fantasia Barrino, the idol queen, I yawned a couple of times. Haha... My predictions? Hm.. it's too hard to choose. If the people go for talent, I'm sure Jac and Dina would be in. But if we follow the trend, the 2 finalists would be Dina and Vick. Well, so much to think, so hard to choose. Hopefully, Dina and Jac would be through to the next round. And it was funny watching Ms. Fauziah Latiff calling Vick Jac twice.

~ Went to Low Yat today with Inez, Amber and Nixie. We chatted a lot in Inez's car and our topic was about music played on the radio(Hitz.Fm). Amber was anticipating alternative rock. I was waiting for the radio to play some of my personal favourites R&B songs. In the end, out of 10 songs we heard, most of them were pop-rock, while others consisted of R&B songs, local efforts, and only 1 alternative rock. We heard Sarah Connor's 'Bounce', Outkast's 'I Like the Way You Move', Avril Lavigne's 'My Happy Ending', etc. We also heard a song by Reshmonu, a very popular local artist with his new song. I can't remember the title, but it features some other singers, including a Kenya female singer, who was criticised by Inez and Amber. Well, we had lots of laughter back then.

We ate Ramen in Low Yat before I went to my mother's coffee shop. Finally, my mother said that I can follow the trip to Korea as long as there are more than 5 people going. Cool. I can't wait for the SPM to be over...

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