Right now, I’m on my writer’s mood so, I’m just gonna write whats on my mind in this particular moment.
I MISS YOU RICHMOND! YA HEAR ME?! Why do you have to be so far away from me… 😦 😦 😦
We’ve been together for over seven months now and I appreciate every kind of love I received from him. And I couldn’t believe we had made it this far especially when we’re in a long distance relationship most of the time.
Speaking of LONG DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP, let me tell you this people. It is definitely not easy, nu-uh! People who are in one now, will definitely understand what I am feeling right now.
There will be those days that you really, realllyyyy crave for their physical touch and beings. And there will be those days where you just want all of their attention on you all day, but of course, you can’t have it because, you’re being that ‘understanding girlfriend who doesn’t want to bother their boyfriend because you know they’re busy’. So, you have no other choice than entertaining yourself by laughing at memes. (I’m talking about me btw) But I believe that as long as both of you try, I know it will work out. 🙂
From what I learned being in a long distance relationship is, you don’t need to see that person everyday in order to fall in love with them. You can stay in love while holding on to the memories you had created while you were together. And that memories become so precious that it will be one of the thing that keeps you holding on to your relationship.
You count every day and every month until you finally be able to meet them again. Sometimes, they become the one who can make you happy even when you’re miles away from each other, not the people beside you.
I pray that this relationship we’re in will not fail. I know we can get through this together until we will finally be together again.
Heyy lovely person who managed to find this blog 😉 – wink wink-
Gunung Wakid is situated in Kampung Sunsuron Tambunan and is currently popular amongst hikers and tourist.
On 31st August 2k16, my cousins (Eyoy@Daeryll, Daneo, Moses and Shawn), my brother Kodom@ Clarence and I went to the journey to climb the Gunung Wakid. Shawn who acted as our personal guide to lead us until we reached the top of the first hill of Gunung Wakid.
We departed from our home at 8 am something and reached the hill around 11am something. 😆
As for me, it was my first time ever to climb the hill even though I am the local for almost 19 years. To tell you the truth, it was a hell of a challenge! I tried giving up multiple times along the way. But I pushed myself to my limit until, taadaaa! I reached the top! I was so proud of myself. Even though it’s just Gunung Wakid, but I managed to fight until I reached the top.
To tell you guys, hiking is no joke. It takes strong will and stamina in order to finish it.
So, here’s some pictures I took along our journey..
“Reaching a goal in life is just like climbing a mountain, there will be plenty of struggle, sweat, tears, and pain. But after all those things we’ve been through, we will feel accomplished and relieved, just like the incredible feeling we get after reaching the mountain top. -N. Ezza Tom@Bibi- 4th November”
All Souls’ Day commemorates the faithful departed. In Western Christianity, this day is observed principally in the Catholic Church, although some churches of the Anglican Communion and the Old Catholic Churches also celebrate it. The Eastern Orthodox churches observe several All Souls’ Days during the year. The Roman Catholic celebration is associated with the doctrine that the souls of the faithful who at death have not been cleansed from the temporal punishment due to venial sins and from attachment to mortal sins cannot immediately attain the beatific vision in heaven, and that they may be helped to do so by prayer and by the sacrifice of the Mass (see Purgatory). In other words, when they died, they had not yet attained full sanctification and moral perfection, a requirement for entrance into Heaven. This sanctification is carried out posthumously in Purgatory.
The official name of the celebration in the Roman Rite liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church is ” The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed “Read More Here.
This evening, I went to the graveyard together with some family members to light up candles. I was looking forward to this the whole day, probably cause I really want to do this annual thing.
So we lit many candles on my grandparents’ grave and our great grandmother’s grave and some of our cousins’ grave.
Trully, it was a beautiful sight as thousands of candles were lit that time.
Heyy lovely person who managed to find this blog! ;D -wink wink-
This is something I wanted to write a long time ago but never had the time, but, since I have plenty of time now, I want to tell you about my former classmates back in Labuan Matriculation College.
So in this entry, there will be lots of names cause maybe, ya know, they (exclassmates of BC2T19) might get bored some day and decided to google their name, then they’d be surprised to find their name in this blog! 😀
If my memory didn’t fail me, the first person I talked to in the first day of class (Dinamika) was Niezale. Tbh, at first I got her name wrong, I sincerely thought it was Nijale. . 😓 Niezale is a pretty girl from Lawas Sarawak. At first I thought she was Sabahan because she doesn’t sound like Sarawakian at all. Then I found out that she had been in Labuan since forever so, she pretty much learnt how to talk like Sabahan people and Sabahan slang.
I was one of the earliest person entered the class for the first class for the semester. So I watched my classmates entered, one by one.
It was a bit dissapointing, cause, there were only two boys in the class and lots of girls. .😂
Total member of our class was 11 . Not much people tho.
So, the first lecturer entered our first Dinamika class, Sir Shamsudin. He was a charismatic , sporting and funny man. During his class, we introduced ourself one by one to everyone.
But within the first two weeks in KML, people come and go to our class. Fiqah transferred to Politeknik in Sarawak, back to her state. Then Syakilah came along.
Of course, the process of ice breaking in the group took quite long. But after a while, we got comfortable with everybody and got friendly to each other.
The trio in our class, Me, Sacha and Loretta. (*^﹏^*) We were inseperable. We were always together during class and after class. One of the thing we have in common between us was, our crazy addiction to our “eye candy’ in KML. ~^O^~ =￣ω￣=
I started becoming friends with Loretta after talking to her.
Loretta is a tall, beautiful, strong and pretty much blunt person. Even though we are different in nationality, cause she is from Bintulu Sarawak while I’m from Sabah, I love her because she is very honest. Even though sometimes she got on my nerves, but I still love her. I started hanging out with her after talking to her and we became the duo. Then we talked to Sacha.
Sacha is a cute, pretty and elegant person. Surprisingly, we lived in a same town, but never actually knew each other before KML. What a small world. Wkwk. She went to SMK Nambayan while I was at SMK Tambunan ,so I guess that was the reason. Then the trio was born.
The two lovely person became my close friends in KML.
Hasmawie became the leader in our class. Even though he was a cute and small guy, he was responsible to our class. I was chosen to help him, but I never actually did much helping. Hasmawie literally did all the work , especially photocopying the lecturer’s notes. But of course, I did gave some helping hand. XD
The other guy in our class is Helmy. He was a tall and quite good looking guy when he did some effort on his hair. Wkwk. He was also the class clown.
The other girls in our class were friendly and amazing as well.
Farzanah, the brain. We gave her a nickname, Dr. Faz , cause she was quite a helper when we don’t understand a certain topic in our studies.
Rossa is a cute person. When she laughed, we were infected by her glee. She has a perfect cute smile on her face and she was also the class clown who always made us laugh.
Yusrina. She has a quite unique full name. The day of introducing ourself, she captivate us by her giddiness. XD She preferred to be called Yus and doesn’t like it when we call her Rina or Yusrina. She was one of the brightest person in the class and one of the smartest. But of course, everyone is smart in our class.
Qasidah has a mother like personalities. She was sweet, caring and pretty. Plus, she can cook and bake. She often brought her homemade cookies and cakes after semester break and gave to us. They were delicious!
Syakilah. One thing I remember about her the most is her big cute eyes. They are beautiful! She was an open and funny girl too. She likes teasing with Rossa and Niezale, we often laighed because of their jokes.
We met BC2T20 and our family became bigger and merrier.
We made so much memories together in KML. They were my second family during my time there. Without them, it would be boring and gloomy. They were amazing bunch of people not to mention the BC2T20 ‘s members. We were one big bunch happy family and I feel blessed to be able to meet them.
Sejak awal bulan 11 tahun 2014 , saya tlh mula melibatkan diri dlm pelayanan dlm gereja di kampung sy, iaitu KBK (Kerasulan Belia Katolik) . Perasaan terpanggil tu tiba2 muncul sejak saya masuk Ting. 5 and I thank to the Lord sbb saya tlh mendapat keberanian untuk akhirnya datang melayaniNya melalui KBK. And pelayanan tu bermula apabila saya mengikuti aktiviti Caroling buat pertama kalinya pada akhir tahun 2014. It was for the Christmas season so the fun in serving were trully felt.
And over time I was with the members in KBK, it was never boring. I made new friends, new experience and develop better social life. And it was all because of Him. He made this all happen in my life. It is all so very beautiful.
So today is 17/5/2015, and I have five days left here until I leave for Labuan, I feel kind of sad to leave them. Especially when I already made good bonds with them. I won’t ever leave this life, I will continue serving Jesus through KBK and stay in this friendship forever. Hehe..
On 25/ April / 2015.. I created another good memories in my life. We joined the ‘sumazau’ dancing competition. ‘ Sumazau’ is a traditional dance for our race, Dusun here in Sabah, Borneo. The competition was held here in our distric, Tambunan.
The dancer were :
2 Dadi Ronald
3 Lelel Donny
4 Vivi Sandra
5 Adi Chrisline
6 Boboi Albert
7 BB (me)
8 Adi Ryan
We practiced the choreograph for about two weeks before the competition and thanks to the Lord, our hard work and teamwork were being watched and had been prized with the 1st place in this competition! WOHOO!! He heard our prayers.
I actually couldn’t believe we got the first place cause we made a lot of mistakes during our performance. But I guess our dancing were much better than the other 7 group that compete in this competition. I am gratefully happy for that.
I gained a lot of new experience during the whole event. The girls, were beautifully been made up by one of an acquantance, Linda. We were completely transformed by the make up. We became lovely dolls. Haha.
And not forgetting the guys, they looked hansome in Dusun’s traditional clothes too.
After the performance was over, we litterally became known/ famous. And I have to admit, being famous felt great. People wanted our pictures and wanted to take pictures with us. Haha! Awesome.
So it was a very great experience for me to be apart of. I feel blessed and happy to be with them. I am hoping that I could participate again next year.