Tuesday, November 11, 2008


Since I created a blog, I spent a lot of time in front of my laptop or my PC. It seemed that become a blogger had changed my life. Computer and I had became inseparable.
It’s amazing to realize that I can do many things in front of the computer. I can browse the internet, I can type a post, I can learn, I can read, and I can even laugh!Forget one think i meet new friends here hehe..Thanx once again Mr Mus.!

Monday, November 10, 2008

Bush with my Project

Currently I am very busy with my project. Project is all about creating a Web-based application for assignment creation, management and peer evaluation. I am developing this application in VB .Net and MS Access. The best thing about .Net is it is very flexible and time saving framework and that’s why my web address is vishal on .Net. Now the deadline is very near so day and night working on my project while listening to the songs of Time is Running Out by Muse.Wish me luck to complete my project in time.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

My 3 year plan

Hello everyones here:
According to the 90 Prosperity plan, I need to make a 3 year plan/goal. So here is how I want my life to look in 3 years.I have a beautiful, voluptuous figure. Completly healthy.Beautiful, sparking eyes.I live in a comfortable home that I own or co-own. The house has at least 3 bedrooms. Large living room, open kitchen with lots of cabinets and natural light. Gas stove. Carport, fun, nice neighbors.I have a wonderful relationship with a man who loves me dearly. Who supports me and understands me. He is financially secure and supports all of my needs and wants. He is a lot of fun and he is physically and emotionally healthy.I work for fun because I AM already financially secure. Life is filled with joy and love.I have healed all of my emotional wounds and live a truly realized life.I AM loved by my clients and I have fun with them.I have a happy and big-hearted personality. I love to talk and laugh and make people laugh.I have a great sense of humor.OK, this is my goal and I shall achieve this before 3 years from now and it will still be supported by me and the Universe in 3 years.Life is good, life is sweet,IAM so in love with myself and the man who adores me.I have great friends around me, we have great friends around us. I love my life, I so love my life.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Proud to be bidayuh girl

Let me share you about my race "bidayuh"...
"The Bidayuh is a name of a tribe from Borneo island. They are a branch of the Borneo Dayak;Land Dayaks by the British (the former colonist in Sarawak). They are one of the main indigenous ethnic groups in Sarawak and now are settled in areas of southwest Borneo which is modern Kuching and Samarahan in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Bidayuhs can also be found adjacent areas of west Kalimantan. In Sarawak, most of the Bidayuh population are found within 40 km of the geographical area known as Greater Kuching, within the Kuching and Samarahan division. Today more and more Bidayuh have migrated, and live in Kuching, which is the capital city of Sarawak. They are the second largest Dayak ethnic group in Sarawak after the Iban."

Wat more to say i just proud to be bidayuh!!

Some pictures to share..

Alo again...Nothing much to say today.Just enjoy this pictures.Hehehe..Take care n have fun!!
Like Father Like Son

The longest dog ever hehe...!

Freeze!!!!u're under arrest..

Hape bday to u....!!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Obama is Mr. President

WASHINGTON: Barack Obama swept to an historic election victory that made him America’s first black president but pleaded for time to heal and transform the global superpower.
“Tonight, because of what we did on this day, in this election, at
this defining moment, change has come to America,” Obama told 240,000 euphoric supporters, many in tears, at a rally late yesterday after defeating Republican John McCain.
Obama, 47, will be inaugurated as the 44th US president on Jan 20, and inherit an economy mired in financial crisis, wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and a nuclear showdown with Iran.
”Even as we celebrate tonight, we know the challenges that tomorrow will bring are the greatest of our lifetime, two wars, a planet in peril, the worst financial crisis in a century,” said Obama.
”The road ahead will be long, our climb will be steep, we may not get there in one year or even one term, but America — I have never been more hopeful than I am tonight that we will get there,” Obama said in his hometown of Chicago.
“I promise you — we as a people will get there.”
Senator Obama solidified traditional Democratic states and cut deep into the Republican territory which his rival needed to control to win the White House.
Democrats also made huge strides in Congress, and will hold an unshakeable monopoly in power in Washington.
One with Obama: Supporters reacting as President-elect Obama appears to make his acceptance speech on television at the Nevada Democratic Party’s election results watch party at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. After nearly two years of presidential campaigning, US citizens went to the polls and voted for Obama over Republican nominee McCain. — AFP
After a bilious campaign, McCain was gracious in defeat, and noted that his election was a moment to cherish for African Americans.
”The American people have spoken, and they have spoken clearly. A little while ago, I had the honour of calling Senator Barack Obama to congratulate him on being elected the next president of the country that we both love,” he said.
Obama’s inauguration will complete a stunning ascent to the pinnacle of US and global politics from national obscurity just four years ago and close an eight year era of turbulence under Bush.
Obama is promising to renew bruised ties with US allies, and to engage some of the most fierce US foes like Iran and North Korea. He has vowed to tackle climate change and provide health care to all Americans.
His presidency also marks a stunning social shift, with Obama, the son of Kenyan father and white mother from Kansas, the first African American president of a nation still riven by racial divides.
When he launched his campaign on a chilly day in Illinois in February 2007, Obama forged a mantra of change which powered him throughout the longest, most costly US presidential campaign in history.
He knew success was likely after capturing Pennsylvania, the battleground state which McCain needed to win to keep his long-shot hopes of victory alive.
In the Senate, Democrats wrested control of five Republican seats including in the traditionally Republican state of Virginia, followed by New Hampshire, North Carolina and New Mexico, reaching a 56 seat majority in the 100-seat chamber.
Republican Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell clung on in Kentucky, meaning Democrats were unlikely to win the 60 seats they need in the 100-seat chamber needed to frustrate Republican obstruction tactics.
Senate races in Alaska, Minnesota, Georgia and Oregon however were still too close to call.
Democrats also won 20 seats in the House of Representatives, solidifying their majority to 251 against 171 of the Republicans. Six House races were still too close to call as at press time — AFP

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

One of My Best memories

Hola everyone..
Wassup!Let me share you my story.B4 deciding to further my study here,i've been working about 2 years as a laboratory technician..Wake up early,drove my car to work,hanging around with my lab gangs at the kopitiam shop,had a fight with the microscope hehe etc..Just missing my job huhu.Actually i never tought of furthering my studyin here.Its all my daddy's opinion,who asked and supported me to attended the interview which posted in the news on that day.So,dat nite i called my supervisor applying emergency leave hehe..Bcoz the interview will be held tommorrow morning.Sitting for some test and interview and bla..In the end,now i'm here!


Tuesday, November 4, 2008


At last i've created my own blog..Thank to our lecturer Mr. Mustapha for supporting and guides us along the way on creating our own blog..Thanxxxx!!!!Do free to comment me..Take care n and enjoy..