match supports, takgiu@VS, fastest video production, star wars, majestia

this week was an eventful week which I, much like everyone else, simply want to look forward to its end, for the holidays are near. but then again, most of us dread the start of the holidays, for it means the start of mugging. haha.

3 Match supports in a week, the most number per week. I remember last year there were 2 half-days on the last two days of school…time flies. it’s been 5 months after orientation, 5 months into year 2 of JC life, and a few more months to the fateful end.

Tuesday – Tennis
Tuesday was Tennis Finals, couldn’t go since have lessons and need to finish the last lesson of the IP Imagineering Web Design Course. We lost to the Raffles Federation (a la Star Wars cos we had a live ad that morning for match support, along with Band playing the Star Wars’ Empire March theme…lol).

Wednesday – Soccer
Wednesday, a half day was given as a “thank you” for all the past achievements of various CCAs and the cultural groups’ SYF achievements, and also for everyone to go support soccer finals at National Stadium. I went to TTSH for my Hep B 2nd dose, thereafter popping by Novena Church since I have some time to spare. An interesting, old, historical building with a small chapel. there were some other people praying too.

At the soccer finals, it was very scary. MJC scored 1-0 initially. Then, a foul gave a free penalty shoot for VJC which we equalised to 1-1. If not for the foul by MJC, we would have lost long ago. The game continued into extra time and lastly into penalty shoot out, where it was really very exciting and scary. People can be seen staring hard at the field in great anticipation and hope, under the fast-darkening sky, which caused the ball to be almost faint, and even praying as the shots happened. VJC missed a few and MJC was cheering all the way. In the end, we lost to MJC. But still, we cheered for the soccer team for the good fight.

Throughout the game, the Victorian Spirit can be seen expressed in the crowd, with teachers and students alike cheering enthusiastically, holding banners, with red text on white, and black text on yellow, with the words “VICTORIA JC” printed, high up. All the supporters cheered their best, along with the red shirts. some even painted their faces. lots of interesting shots for me as a photographer. haha. The sources of most of the cheering were from very enthu house capts and normal victorians, while the red shirts were more of facilitators (whom seem to end cheers pretty quickly…actually should cheers be planned to end? Maybe they should die down by themselves) than initiators…hmmm…I realised that due to the high proportion of VS students in MJC, they also have the MJ Boleh cheer, same as the VS/VJ one, though they added some actions to it…hmmm…

Thursday – takgiu@VS, Hockey
Thursday, Mrs Chan didn’t announce any half day, plus some other things, which led to the mood of the general student population to be in low spirits after assembly. I thought it was not very nice not to declare a half day just because we didn’t get champions. the soccer guys deserve an incentive for all their hard work. Nevertheless, she apologised for the bad mood after assembly on Friday.

Anyway, I went VS to support my brother who’s presenting takgiu to 3 classes at VS Arts Day. Somehow the dvd player couldn’t recognise the dvd+r. so we used mr ong’s laptop instead. not sure if I mentioned this, but mr ong actually found out about takgiu through cowboycaleb’s blog, and then I asked him how he found out, and he realise that it’s from my brother. It went quite well, the guys enjoyed it and laughed at various moments. Some teachers were there too, including Mr Liong and Mr Khoo. Mrs Lee HP saw me and asked me what brings me back…she didn’t know that Jacen’s my brother. After the clip, my brother did a short presentation along with Q&A, though not many questions were asked.

After it ended, I went back to college for GP, before we all went for hockey match support at Delta. Prabh was admitted to hospital for some intestinal infection, but he was fit enough to play the finals. We had a big crowd of people at Delta, occupying more space than RJC. The atmosphere was great, especially when the girls scored 1-0 and won with that. It was an enjoyable champion for us, cheering “We are the Champions!” and we get to keep the trophy I think cos it’s 3 times in a row. wow to the hockey girls! as for the hockey girls, we aren’t that lucky. RJC won 2-0. Nevertheless, we cheered “YOU are OUR champions!” to them during the prize presentation. Ironically, there were no Rafflesian supporters at the end. The whole RJC area was EMPTY! Wow…they are SO supportive! They won champions for guys but no one is there to cheer them. what sia…I think if I were one of their hockey guys, I would feel a little sad for there were no supporters despite winning.

It was a good match for everyone since it lifted everyone spirits, especially Mrs Chan, for our 1st Championship title after so many 2nds and 3rds for the other sports finals. Mr. Tan was seen cheering happily too, along with the other soccer guys.

Well here comes the interesting part. On the way home, I thought of making good use of my photos and short videos by making a production and show it on friday. It’d be the fastest production made, of the most recent events. And thus, after I went home and settled down, I started doing it by selecting photos and realised that I only have a few short video clips of the cheering to accompany them. If only I have the DV tapes. I decided to do a round-up of Term 2, with the theme “We Are The Champions”, with champions in performing arts (Musicfest), champions in the community (Picic at the Park), champions on television (on CNA’s Up Close), in our concerts (harmonica clip), in cheerleading (sports day), in national competitions (x-country, tennis, basketball), keeping her flag unfurled, crying our hearts out at National Stadium (soccer), and screaming for joy at Delta (hockey). I spent about 4-5 hours muveeing the photos and putting them together with “When You Believe” and “We are the Champions” songs, in Premiere. I almost gave up the idea when the computer crashed a few times, but I moved on. I finished at 1am and exported the 15 min clip overnight.

Friday – The Video…
Woke up the next morning, and alas, the exported version had some audio sync problems. I’ve to check it, re-import, conform the audio and export it again, on the way to school. At this point of time, I was actually hesitating whether to go ahead. Cos the original plan was to store it on my HDD and use mdm teo’s laptop. It was a dilemma between risking to show it, or not showing it at all. However, I went on and brought the laptop to school, squeezing it into my bag (my bigger bag’s strap broke recently!). Despite the hiccups, I sms-ed mr seet to ask to show the clip, though it’s very last minute. At 7.00am, I only actually started exporting in the canteen in school. I realised that there actually isn’t much time left for me to export the whole thing, so I decided to cut it short and delete the musicfest and other parts in front, and only to start with with sports day. but still, the estimated time for exporting was diminishing my hope of showing it, since it has to be exported before assembly. 7.25am, I went to see Mr Seet, and he said cannot show, no time, and 15 minutes too long. I told him 5 minutes (luckily I cut short the exporting), and he say he’d try to squeeze it in.

It was 7.30am, I rushed to prepare, knocking on the door of the PA crew. They say they afraid the projector takes too long to warm up. But nevertheless, they try to accomodate my last minute request. No time to test the video after export, no time to test the sound either. Assembly started. Announcements went on, some other stuff went on, and cheering went on for the hockey girls and guys. Assembly time extended way past 8.00am. Mr Seet say might not be able to show. 8.15am, Mr Seet went up to with Mrs Chan to discuss half day. Mrs Chan spoke, apologised for Thursday’s bad mood, and declared a half day, as teachers pressured her, as well as canteen vendors. I hope Mr Seet will let me show as it’s the last assembly of the term. In the end, he signaled me up, saying something like “before you go, there’s a video of the photos of recent events, a good memory especially for the year twos.” (???)

I rushed up, tried to play the video. oops, it isn’t showing on the projector. Fn-F4! Fn-F4! Fn-F4! Oops the laptop refuses to switch and only one option: LCD/CRT was available. I tried plugging and unplugging the VGA cable and Fn-F4ing again but to no avail. Fn-F4! Fn-F4! I was panicking, and a few moments later, I told mr seet that cannot show. Alvin, SC pres, went to announce that due to technical problems, not able to show. (I heard there were some people whistling…beep (x11) Video! lol) In the meantime, I closed WMP, and tried Fn-F4 again. ah CAN! but when I opened the video…oops CANNOT! so I closed WMP again, Fn-F4, then went on searching for the mouse pointer on the projector screen , then clicked the video file. I had to do it twice for I split the file: the icomp intro, and the video from sports day. and because of this, the icomp intro just kept playing with the sound but not showing on the screen, almost as if deliberately. lol…the whole affair was a blunder. moreover, I realised that the exported MPEG2 video had the wrong aspect ratio or some settings problem – it was taller than wider. So the photos looked out of proportion. The video was unusually laggy and jerky too. The projector was too dark as usual…not enough lumens. But still, I think most appreciate the video, reminding them of Wed’s and Thurs’ and it ended with “To all Victorians who have sweat all out for VJC, YOU are our champions” along with applause.

Yay, finally it’s done, shown and appreciated. Despite the so many blunders. The fastest ever video production. Mostly With Photos (by me, ivan and yt). Of the most recent events just less than 24 hours ago. Mr. Seet thanked me and shook my hand backstage later, and he announced to the school, end of assembly, dismissed for lessons, and “we would like to thank IT Comp”…>
I think that what I can learn from this last minute production are a few things:
– If you want to do something, just do it before it’s too late
– If you have a great idea, execute it as soon as possible and you’ll be amazed at the results
– The best time to execute an good idea is right after you thought of it, if not, the time might not be appropriate for it in future
– If you take too long to execute the idea, when you want to start it, the idea might not be as fresh anymore, and you might have lost the zeal to execute it
– “Do first, ask for forgiveness later”
– The greatest satisfaction after creating/producing something, is when you see people enjoying it and appreciating it.
– When you see people appreciating it, it makes them happy, and it makes you happy too.
– By making others’ lives more enjoyable, you make your life more enriching too.
– Videos are still, still, still much more complicated than pictures.
– Then again, if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth more than a million words. (Or in technical terms, 1 video = [number of frames x frame rate per second] pictures)
– (murphy’s law especially applies to last minute things)
– (I should pray and trust God more at such panicky situations)

[update: mr dominic chua said he liked the text]

well, after school ended at 9.50am, hanged out in canteen and lab for a while, before going to play pool with yt, vic and kx. later went watch Star Wars ep. 2 with yt, jr and mf.

Saw Alvin Lim, SC Pres, at Lido with his other SC friends. He thanked me for the video, said it was unexpected, and said that I did a good job. I was surprised, and we shook hands for quite long. lol. haha.

As for Revenge of the Sith, it was kinda expected, and it feels weird to watch something when you kinda know what will happen next. But I was quite surprised that the enemies were actually on the verge of dying, was quite irritated off by the possibility that they could have died easily and there’d be no ep4,5,6. haha. it gave me an urge to watch ep4,5,6 again, since I think I forget ever watching those.

On another note, the movie(s) actually draws parallels to democracy and the political system of the world. And the “dark side” and “bright side” theories of the jedi draws parallels to good versus evil, God versus satan, and such. Interesting things to ponder about.

In the evening, went to school again for Majestia. Been watching so many concerts! getting kinda bored of the PT with its economy-class syndrome seats. but anyway, band was good though it felt kinda short but was actually normal length.

hmm wow, what a long post, and a long week past and long weeks ahead.


Sometimes I wonder
I wonder if I truly have true friends

Friends whom I share interests
Friends who share interests with me

Friends whom I can trust
Friends who can trust me

Friends whom I can share troubles and burdens
Friends who share troubles and burdens with me

Friends whom I care for
Friends who care for me

Friends whom I won’t forget
Friends who won’t forsake me

Friends whom I yearn
Friends who last forever

Still at times I don’t feel belonged
Don’t feel belonged to any group

Sometimes there is just no sense of belonging
A feeling of being there yet not there

So near yet so far
So far yet so near

Why is it so difficult to wave and say a ‘hi’?
Why is it so difficult to interact and say goodbye?

Sometimes I wait for the other person to say ‘hello’
But it seems they refuse to do so
Thus I don’t say a word
And away from each other we walk

Sometimes I wish to say something
But in the end I say nothing
Sometimes I say a ‘hi’
But they dao me without saying goodbye

The more close friends are
The higher expectations they have
Which sometimes I wonder
Is ignorance really a bliss?

Or perhaps curiosity kills the cat
Knowing more is better than knowing less
But if that is so
What are friends for?

I know there’s a line to be drawn
Drawn between what’s private and public
Even I myself have such lines
Which some things are kept to myself

But sometimes I wonder
It seems that I don’t know my friends so well
Just that I really wonder
What is really a true friend?

Life is a Test
Life is a Trust
It is only a temporary assignment

For we do not belong to this world
We are designed for eternity
We always long for something better
Which perhaps cannot be achieved here on earth

hmm…training, mr cook, choir, icomp handover, 16pf

monday I had training by mr. gi. he made me to dips, half squats, sit ups, push ups, and knee-to-chest, and run one round, then repeat, then step ups, to train my pull ups. ah.
after that there was a soccer match going on, it’s quite interesting to see mr tan’s stressed look, shouting at the soccer players. of course we won again.


mr. cook’s lessons are getting more entertaining, now that he’s lecturing me for normal econs, i have two of his lectures on thursdays. hah. quotable quote:
“I want to show you the powerpoint presentation. this is the powerpoint presentation (waving the floppy diskette in his hand). Yes thanks to the computer which can’t boot, showing white text on black background, and brought to you by the same people who brought to you the aircon, which obviously isn’t working”
“Oh wake up please (then he shifted the fan and pointed at the person who was dozing off). See, teacher sacrificing for the good of the students. (Then he walked to the other side of the LT and stood in front of another fan).” haha

And thus, he continues with the next 3 lectures, his style, S paper style…no ppt, use blackboard and his mouth. haha and of course, his long story examples.

And something amsuing and somewhat embarrassing happened today. I placed by water bottle on the floor, but somehow, didn’t put it properly, and it fell and rolled down the steps of the stairs, and continue rowing down 5 levels before it reached the last step and it stopped before reaching the floor. Mr Cook saw it, and decided to use his leg and push the bottle to the last step down the floor. LOL.

Of course, it’d be too troublesome for me to go down and retrieve the bottle in the middle of the lecture, so I decided to take it later.

Then later in the lecture, Mr Cook decided to take a short break. He was drinking his tea, and asked if the owner wants to raise his hand so that he can throw the bottle to the person. “Or is it too embarassing?” haha. duh. So I decided to come down and take the bottle from him, but he threw to me at a distance from the steps. I caught the bottle, but I SLIPPED and fell and hit my butt on the steps. LOL. Then Mr Cook commented, “Oh dear, tomorrow’s straits times headlines: economics teacher injures student during lecture…” LOL. Well actually I just stood up quickly and went back to my seat. It was embarrassing enough.


Tuesday night went choir concert with renfu. can’t find other people to go with. everyone’s reluctant due to the high price. esplanade leh. haha. I think I’m more attracted by esplanade. lol. but anyway, the concert hall was pretty cool, with a super high ceiling and lots of architectural art with the reflectors, chambers, pipe organ, seat arrangement, and giant doors near the ceiling that open to nowhere. the acoustics were great, heard from shawn that during rehearsal they can hear their last chord reverb across the whole hall. personally, I’m proud of this local world class landmark. it’s something like what opera house is to syndey, is what esplanade is to singapore. or perhaps even more. me and renfu sat at the circle 1 (level 2), just above the VIP box on the left.

back to about the choir concert…was pretty good, probably my first time hear choir sing. never really heard them before. they sang lots of foreign high class cheem songs. I wished there were more songs that appeal to the audience, or even small group acappellas for a varied programme. but don’t have. other than the teresa tang (deng li jun) chinese songs part which most people identified with, the rest of the songs were latin, hebrew, indonesian or other languages. but it was quite interesting that the choir changed clothes 3 times…from normal formal wear, to traditional, to chinese (renfu was saying, why would chinese have a all-black suit!? lol). the victoria chorale (choir alumni) was quite interesting too, and at the end they invited all seniors to sing the choir anthem “no man is an island” together.
aiya, why no victorian anthem. guess they don’t give a darn. frankly, if all cultural groups have the spirit, they sure should do their version of the victorian anthem.

on the whole, it got a litte bit boring along the way, especially renfu who was rumbling to himself. haha. but not too bad lah, with the chinese songs at the end.

maybe VJC should start to have a combined concert event, featuring ALL the different cultural groups in one concert. I’m sure that this would be more popular and will attract more people as different types of music are involved. And they can even combine them, for e.g. band play some music while choir sing along with the music. It’d be more unique and cool. heh. then truly, it’s “Victoria in Harmony”.


Yesterday, Wednesday, was iCOMP Handover. FINALLY! haha. was delayed 3 weeks due to many events such as quizes and stuff being held. and despite that, I didn’t have time to do the video/presentation that I want to do! I was busy doing some other things (Somehow, as usual), and was preparing the little cards and photo frame for them a few days before. hence was too occupied to do anything. heck, wasn’t even doing my tutorials, math tutor finished the whole of continuous random variable and I haven’t touched a single question of it! sigh.

wished had more time (actually I HAD lots of time due to the delay), but in the end, due to choir concert on the night before, I only had the day itself to do it! super last minute! besides I’ve to hand in my maths assignment. So I was like only beginning to articulate it at 1.30pm when the handover supposed to start at 2.30pm! luckily I asked ivan to do this year’s photos beforehand. In the end, I only managed to put in all the photos of last year, combined with ivan’s photo-video of this year, in a slide show along with some yt’s kx-“tribute”. haha. so it started with star wars, kx’s “lightsaber” and “tribute”, what happened last year, what happened this year etc. didn’t really rehearse, but my clicking of the ppt sync-ed well with the music playing in the background. coincidence. hah. I hope everyone enjoyed the recap of memories. too bad I couldn’t do a better one. but guessed it was good enough.

later was my speech, which was impromptu, wished could have said more. I presented my gifts. then later was the handover. the new exco gave us each a (“dog”)-tag enclosed in a tape box. and I handed over with a mini-tower of CD-cases. and we took some group pictures in front of the blue screen and thus it ended pretty quickly.

on the whole, I didn’t really feel quite sad, except a little when making the speech, perhaps it was because I’d still be around in VJ, just that with less responsibilities, so it wasn’t really that saddening yet. hope the new exco can continue the legacy we established. hah.

the year 2s left while I stayed to attend mrs ting’s lesson on film.
that’s about all. just surprised that the other year 2s actually went for a meal at pp and spent the next 2 hours or so there while I was attending mrs ting’s lesson. aiyo haha.


recently, we got back out 16pf personality test results, the one which supposed to cost $50 and sent to the US for report production etc. It was quite accurate, very detailed description of us, our lifestyle, leadership and career styles etc. Most of it is quite true for me…I was smiling when I read through it. It says I got more stress than usual now, cos I’m “having some trouble accomplishing what I expect of myself in my personal life and career”. Well, perhaps so. I’ve not reached my Indifference Curve aka satisfaction yet.

I’m just quite disappointed at the careers part which was quite shallow for mine. Other people’s got a longer list. Mine only a short list of things like data management, woodworking, writing and lastly, architect, which is exactly what my childhood dream was. lol.


hmm mx’s starting a business at up soon…interesting eh

book hunting

nothing much this weekend except that I went book hunting…for a proper A Level Computing textbook but to no avail. Saturday afternoon went Bras Basah with jon, (oh what the…the new National Library building looks more like some condo or office than a library…it’s so gigantic), checked out some stores which I never knew existed (seldom go there), saw some second hand books, including the outdated Understanding Computer Science, and some other stuff.

after that, went to the third place to check their service out. it was a very small congre, with like 20+ people, much less than YM. So the two of us are like very noticed. pastor alvin asked us who and where we’re from, and we joined the cosy cafe-like environment with chairs, sofas and tables while he preached. I wonder where else you can hear a sermon in such a cafe ambient environment! later on was worship, as experienced from parousia’s gig, the sound system was superb. as expected, it was only a small band with drums, 2 guitars, bass and a singer, but it was pretty awesome. and they even had fellowship over dinner at the place, along with pool and table soccer…how cool can it get? ahem, it’s a church.

well today after service went to borders and kino to try find the book, but still can’t find. (actually, quite duh, since when do such bookstores stock such academic books?) bought some things later. I suppose I’ve to make do with the outdated book, or perhaps I can type out my own mini-textbook…hahah.

and had wanted to buy a new computer, but dad still didn’t allow. aiyo…my desktop is already 5 years old, overdue for an upgrade. my first computer also had a replacement in 5 years. so this second one should have the same right to be replaced too in the same amount of time right? haha. can’t wait for a proper fast com soon.

oh by the way friday went to watch Kingdom Of Heaven, which was quite interesting to me, considering that I don’t usually watch epi war movies so ya the war scenes were quite interesting esp the trebuchets. hah. and the plot was quite complicated but it was interesting to see how the crusades fight for almost disputable reasons, it was also an eye-opener to see scenes of the Holy Land

guitar ensemble concert on friday night was also not bad, especially the small group ones with vocalists, some are quite amusing. they sang songs such as angels and love song for a saviour, both which were good, and also superman and now and forever. the most interesting one was the encore performance, which obviously wasn’t impromptu, which they played “When You Believe” from the Prince of Egypt along with vocal accompaniment by two musicfest finalists, and yao guo on the piano. the interesting part was when the whole guitar ensemble stopped playing and sang out the whole Hebrew part! lol. it was good. like a choir. haha.

awaiting tuesday for choir’s at the esplanade…but too bad not many people would want to pay $20 for it. sigh. 😐 so none of my usual friends want to go, so going with marc perhaps.

and thus thanks to the book hnuting and other business, not much time left to do work and to clear the little bit left of icomp. handover’s this wednesday. got some files and admin stuff to do. seem to procastinating, I am…

I have a dream

I have a dream of studying in Australia (somehow I’ve ruled out other places such as US/UK), studying in University of New South Wales, Syndey, in a 3-year media/design/computer related course. and of course also being able to attend Hillsong. and also best thing is christopher devan will be there too.

Imagine being able to live 3 years independently and away from home, in a country unknown yet renown, and escape from the education system here and experience a different environment. wow.

But well it’s just a dream.
I won’t be able to afford the high price of studying overseas.

Unless of course I get a scholarship from some organisation or Govt Ministry, such as the Media Education Scheme.
But that’s another story.

But Mr. Ho say should have a something that you want in mind and then work for it. one should not have the attitude of “if the scholarship comes, then good lor, if it doesn’t, then nevermind.” but rather “I will work hard for it to come”, if not, one would surely not get it.
(btw mr ho said I’m cynical and against hypocrisy. O.o)

Then again, that’s another story.

What is my story?
Trying to find a motivation to study first.

it’s more than houses, it’s about giving them hope.

today had napfa test…was quite nervous before it
sit up was ok, sit and reach was ok, shutter run was surprisingly A, standing board jump i somehow slipped and hit my butt on the floor twice and failed with 186 later, pull up my hands got stiff and did half instead of normal at best 2 or so (luckily mr seet took mine for this, mr tan was busy talking with someone else if not I sure will get a lecture by him), running, i FINALLY passed with timing of 11:54! yay…my thursdays cross countries have paid off. though it was quite tiringly almost-hope-gone at the end but I managed to pull it off. even my classmate noticed that I was running quite fast the last round.

and thanks to the ip web design course every tuesday, I can’t go for tabletennis finals match support, even though my class was excused for lessons to go. >.


haha monday evening I was too bored that I decided to do something which I’ve been thinking of doing…a “victorillabong” – a billabong-style design just that swap the “billabong” word with “victoria”, using the font used in the jotterbook. went to look for other nice fonts too but most not as nice as steve’s handwriting. spent abt 2-3 hours creating and tweaking the thing…the result was quite cool, though the colour combination and some parts are not perfect yet. brushes are wonderful instruments =p the response from the people I sent it were quite good…I was like mass sending it to people on my msn list lol. I liked it alot myself, it really looks very cool. I even printed it out and put it on the front of my file. heh. some said should put this on pencil boxes, shirts, wallets, bags and sell some victoria merchandise…sure people buy….hahhaa…


yesterday received my econs test essay…i failed it, which means i failed for the whole test cos I failed MCQ also… -__-
my tutor said I performed below expectation (duh, I take S paper, how ironic >

Glamour Youth Night 2005

yesterday was YM’s Youth ‘Glamour’ Nite 2005…our first ever talent-time-like event

I think louis and I are the only two people who performed twice…haha…cos we played for Jere’s band “New Talentz”, and I was helpin’ them on the keyboard, while louis was on drums etc. we did “Holy is the Lord” by Chris Tomlin…

there were other performances, such as sarah chan’s, bryan’s great singing, tanat’s “words”, the Js & K band’s cantonese song, sharon’s and deborah’s song, and of course the 3 commandos which beat all the bands with their acoustic medley of songs…too bad elisha couldn’t make it as he was supposed to be the comedian for the night with his russell peter jokes

yt, mf, jr, kx, kc and his 2 friends came…thanks for coming! it was great

and so, my performance was the last one with louis and jonathan, we sang “Love Song For A Saviour” by Jars of Clay…me and louis played guitar while me and jonathan sang. went quite well except that I forgot one line of lyrics. jon sang well. and last minute, he decided to do some entertaining funny actions to the verse of the song after we ended…lol…he like thought of it earlier in the evening, and everyone was laughing during the rehearsal when he demo-ed it. haha..everyone laughed again. it was so comical…in OPEN FIELDS of WILD FLOWERS! haha…

after the voting, sarah and the 3 commandos emerged as winners for the solo and group category respectively…they each got a STAR. haha.

eddy said he didn’t know I could play guitar. neither did some of my friends. heh. mission accomplished =p

oh and not forgetting the “door gift”, steph went to print the pix she took of everyone during the cocktail earlier. it was done during the performances itself and they sorted them out before giving everyone their photos. cool. great idea.

thanks for everyone’s support and thank to the organising committee!

Today is Labour Day. Today is the consecration of our New Senior Pastor. There ceremony went well, and Ps Benny Ho gave an interesting word about vision and handing over. oh ya, I think they ordered too much food =p.