The Weekend's Here!

I'll be catching the much-awaited Avengers in 3D tomorrow night. As much as I'm convinced the movie's gonna be another not-so-great-but-it-was-okay flick, I'm still excited to get my share of eye candy. I'm sure this must be the highlight of everyone's weekend as tickets were mostly sold out for the non-3D Friday and Saturday shows.

Other than that, anyone going for Russell Peters in Malaysia? I didn't manage to get tickets for the 1st show and now that the 2nd show is for sale on Saturday morning, I'm too lazy to go through the whole online queue barging just to get tickets. Looks like it's just good ole YouTube for me :)

Oh and another piece of awesome news, my aunt has just given birth to a 3.04kg baby girl! Obviously, an exciting addition to our family, the youngest of the lot is gonna be massively pampered by everyone :)

I've taken leave this coming Monday, so it would be an extra long weekend *yay!* but I'll probably not do anything too adventurous, perhaps go visit the Bird Park or something. Hope you have a glorious weekend ahead!

Just When I Thought I Was Out

I realize that when I stop blogging for an extended period of time and not having to read other blogs, it becomes almost...comfortable. It's like leaving your mobile phone at home. Not having the obligation to constantly (or at least once a week) update your blog is somewhat liberating.

Sure, blogging is a way I express most of my thoughts and sometimes it's just plain fun to write and write and write but for me, when I have absolutely nothing, zero, zilch to talk about (sometimes I love silence!) I tell myself, "Okay, let's take a break this week." and the same thing happens for the next week, and the week after. Next thing you know, it's been more than a month!

It's like withdrawing from cigarettes (in this case, cigarettes being blogging). A good friend recently told caramel honey and me how he was trying to quit smoking and successfully did so for a good few months, then on a trip to Bangkok, he decided to just have one - and that was the end of his lungs being smoke-free. The moment he experienced one, he couldn't stop - coz it felt so damn good! In fact, he quoted Al Pacino from Godfather III, "Just when I thought I was out, they pulled me back in!"

All it takes is one action for you to get back into it again, which is the purpose of this post :) Here's to blogging/commenting more often! *clinks glasses*

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