Monday, January 7, 2013

To Woodstock Academy students!

Mr. Martineau, a very well-known campus supervisor, is getting fired in the very near future. A friendly man among the students, he sends a positive vibe throughout the school and those he influence. I, as an Academy student, strongly recommend keeping Martineau until he so chooses for the future of Academy students.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

First Dance by Justin Bieber

     The reason I put this song on the blog is that I just been to my first dance yesterday, and I <3 it!

Sunday, January 2, 2011


   Happy New Year guys and for the New Year's special, I'm going to put the videos of New Year celebrations from my two favorite locations: Time Square in New York and in London. I'll put two videos for each location, one from 2000, and one from this year. Watch it, and see the difference of the pyrotechnics over the years.

Time Square


Is on the week of CHRISTMAS!!!

     Aaahhhhh, Christmas of 2010 comes and goes and a New Year is coming up, so I'm doing the Christmas in review. At the start of the week, almost everything is normal, normal school days, normal martial arts class, normal...well, everything. But for the past couple weeks, I have prayed to God for a miracle, especially in school. At first I thought is not going to happen, but God had fulfilled my wish one morning before classes starts. Abigail, one of my friends have given me cookies (homemade) and mint chocolates. I had never thought any girl would gave me something, but she did. And guess what, I LOVED it, the cookies are deliciously made, and she ended up actually giving me two chocolates when it suppose to be one. I think I'm the only boy who had actually received those from her, maybe one or two more, but as far as I know, I'm the only boy. I'm overjoyed. , in fact, I appreciate it so much, I vowed myself to give something to her in return. When me and my dad are at the Crabtree & Evelyn he had suggest a gift, and after a thought, I took it. I also had planned to draw a picture with a letter behind it. It was her, riding on the night of Christmas eve and the star of Bethlehem appeared through the snow cloud, I called it Ride in the Silent Night. I gave it to her at the last minute of the day before Christmas Eve. She loves it, and I am really happy that day.
     On Friday, we have the most peaceful of the Christmas Eve mass. God had helped me find my inner peace that night, and I am thankful for that. 

Saturday, December 4, 2010


       My grandmother (on my dad's side of family) has left this Earth in peace, ready to be united with God. It all began with a high fever, and she had to be hospitalized, where she suffers from liver failure, which followed by a heart failure, the doctors needs to put in some sort of drug to get her heart working again. After she has been transfer to another hospital, she has to be put in life support. But she could not hold on any longer, and finally, she rested in peace on December 1st, 2010, between 10:20 to 10:30a.m. Malaysian time (November 30th, 2010, 9:20-9:30p.m. Eastern U.S. time) Exact time unknown here in U.S
      My dad received the news that she was hospitalized late morning of November 30th (Eastern U.S. time), I was the 2nd one to know in the evening on the way to martial arts. I suggest that he should immediately schedule an emergency flight that'll take him to Malaysia within the next week because judging from the condition, I predict that she'll live no more than 2 months. He did, a limo driver has schedule to come to pick him up at 3 the next morning, and the plane will take off at around 9:15, also in the morning. But as he packed up, it was too late. My prediction was way off, I have no idea that this was her last day.
      He's in Malaysia now and the funeral will take place on Sunday, December 5th.