Monday, March 23, 2009

Back in action!



Happy days are here again. I finally got my lines connected, after a hectic 2 weeks moving to my new home. I am now officially not an "islander" for I've moved to the mainland of Penang.

A new lifestyle amidst a very quiet environment, with a little free space for my favourite plants and walk-around. Nearby within the housing estate is a decent-sized new supermarket with busy shoplots, but 1.5 km away from my home so I still have the quiet privacy. Indeed a very ideal place to "retire" and spend time on the internet.

Next few weeks will still be busy, so I shall only go slow on my blog postings.

If I have time I shall write about the proposed "Tiger Show" initiated by none other than Penang CM Lim Guan Eng. I am looking forward to enjoy the coming show. Wonder how will it compare with the ones staged in Thailand. Honestly, I never watched before.

Have a nice day!

7 comments:

CheaHS@n said...

Welcome Back!

cilyhot said...

Justin,there was no regret of missing the "tiger show' over there.Frankly I saw once and left feeling cheated.The facial expression on the performers showed that they were not performing willingly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.they were so young that it make be ashamed.

cilyhot said...

sorry,it should be'it make me ashamed'

A true Malaysian said...

Good for you Justin. Wonder how you pass time during the past two weeks without internet connection.

Congratulations for moving to your new abode.

Justin Choo said...

A true Malaysian,

"New abode" sounds like I have expired and being reborn in a new abode!!

Hahahahaha!!!!!

Just the same, thanks.

cilipadi said...

Justin,

I recommend you plant some cilipadi.

Cilyhot, let celebrate together this coming 7 April 09 night, with Justin, hehehee

Justin Choo said...

Cilipadi,

Surprised you still have time to visit this ghost town blog!!

Thought you have been too busy in Doc's blog with "monk"!!

My wife may plant some cilipadi just for fun, but not me. I plant bougainvilleas, Chempaka, Nutmeg, rambutan, longan, hibiscus of bright yellow colour, and the humble papaya.

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