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Who am I?
Who am I? That the Lord of all the earth, Would care to know my name, Would care to feel my hurt.
Who am I? That the bright and morning star, Would choose to light the way, For my ever wandering heart.
I am a flower quickly fading, Here today and gone tomorrow, A wave tossed in the ocean, A vapor in the wind. Still you hear me when I'm calling, Lord, you catch me when I'm falling, And you've told me who I am. I am yours. I am yours.

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Friday, September 29, 2006


I didn't even know such a thing existed except in my own imagination until Shu Yi showed me this video.
Man, quite shocked that they even have an award for such things.
Jie, we should try this someday...lol...
Maybe this can be an activity for the Sunday School kids in COGS, challenge their ideas and give them something interesting to show to the congregration.


Preview of next post:
The 4 faces of Charlotte and Lynette, the A-Go-Go sisters

~1:03 am

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Music TAG

The requirements:

1. Put your music player on shuffle
2. Press forward for each question
3. Use the song title as the answer to the question (but it seems you can insert lyrics from the song if you want lah... in addition to the title...so if it's suitable, just go ahead lah)

* * *

1. How am I feeling today?
"Angel In Disguise" - Corrinne May

Comment: Interesting Interesting...

2. Where will I get married?
"Safe in a Crazy World" - Corrinne May

Comment: WHAT??? Marriage is crazy, but I'll be safe. Very funny...

3. What is my best friend's theme song?
"That's What Matters" - Rebecca St. James
I read about this guy once
He seemed to own the earth
As far as big shots go and people in the know… well
He was definitely top of the list
Anything he wanted - he'd get it
Society's dream
Had lots of stuff - had lots of money
But you know what's funny?
He said it was all useless

Meaningless - Meaningless
He said "Everything is meaningless
A chase after the wind"

Don't wish for a better day
Be glad and use the one you're in
Fear God and do exactly what He says
That's what matters
All else fades like the flowers

Well, he'd tried pleasure
There was nothing in that
He built houses & gardens & parks
What good did it do?
Just got him more depressed
Meaningless - Meaningless
He said "Everything's meaningless…
But this is what I learned in all my years"

Meaningless - Meaningless
He said "Everything is meaningless
A chase after the wind"

Don't wish for a better day
Be glad and use the one you're in
Fear God and do exactly what He says
That's what matters
All else fades away

Meaningful - meaningful
Life holds new meaning
When God becomes the center of it all

I read about another man once
He came to save the earth
You know I got to meet Him, Jesus
He revolutionized my whole entire life

Comment: Honestly....yes I think this should be her song.

4. What was high school like?
"Little Superhero Girl" - Corrinne May

Comment: Wah, quite true. LOL...

5. What is the best thing about me?
"Let it Go" - Corrinne May

Comment: Erm...^_^'.

6. How is today going to be?
"Everything in it's time" - Corrinne May

Comment: I have her entire album in my music player, so yes a lot of Corrinne May...Haiz...

7. What is in store for this weekend?
"Everything Glorious" - Passion 06

Comment: Wah...cool!

8. What song describes my parents?
"Child of Love" - Sara Groves

Comment: Ooh! Lovely!

9. How is my life going?
"Everything" - Lifehouse

Comment: Perfect, real.

10. What song will they play at my funeral?
"Bright Eyes" - Simon/Garfunkel
Bright Eyes, burning like fire
Bright Eyes, how can you close and fail?
How can the light that burned to brightly
Suddenly burn so pale, bright eyes

Comment: Whoa! Didn't expect this...but it's nice to have Bright eyes playing.

11. How does the world see me?
"Love song for a saviour" - Jars of Clay

Comment: Heh?

12. What do my friends really think of me?
"Awesome is the Lord Most Hight" - Passion 06

Comment: Erm...

13. Do people secretly lust after me?
"Fall into You" - Soulstice

Comment: I don't even know this song and why it's in my music player. Heh...

14. How can I make myself happy?
"Ordinary Sunday" - Hana Yori Dango Jap Anime theme song

Comment: So I should be stepping out and when Sunday comes it's my day? LOL...

15. What should I do with my life?
"All We Need" - Passion 06

Comment: Hmm...depend on God...lol...

16. Will I ever have children?
"Glorious" - Passion 06

Comment: Again I have the whole album inside, so yeah...a lot of Passion 06. So having kids are glorious? Perhaps...

17. What is some good advice?
"We are Yours" - Passion 06

Comment: Uh yeah...We're God's.

18. What do I think my current theme song is?
"Like a Child" - Jars of Clay

Comment: AAHHH...WAHAHAHAHAHA!!! So true...

19. What does everyone else think about my current life?
"If I kissed you" - Corrinne May

Comment: What??? Ew, no...

20. What type of style men do you like?
"We Win" - Passion 06

Comment: Er..heh? Alpha males? *cough* Wrong...

21. Will you get married?
"Starbright" - Jim Brickman

Comment: Sweet...love this song...but I'm dreaming...dreaming...*faints*

22. What should I do with my love life?
"We delight" - Caedmon's Call

Comment: Huh?

23. Where will you live?
"Storm" - Lifehouse

Comment: Live in the storm. Not bad Not bad...

24. What will your dying words be?
"Wish" - SENS

Comment: A sad, dreamy classical piece. So I'm silent when I'm dying...

25. When I'm having sex I say…
"A cold heart turns" - Rebecca St. James

Comment: ERM...MAJOR ERM...

26. When I meet a guy/lady for the first time I say…
"I only have eyes for you" - Simon/Garfunkel

Comment: I'll die first before I even say that to a stranger...

27. When my parents are angry I say…
"Swing, Swing" - All American Rejects

Comment: Funny...

~4:33 pm

Friday, September 22, 2006

Jesus Camp, a documentary

Jesus Camp
Copyright © 2006 Magnolia Pictures

A growing number of Evangelical Christians believe there is a revival underway in America that requires Christian youth to assume leadership roles in advocating the causes of their religious movement.

Jesus Camp - Official Site

In Theatres: September 15th, 2006

Genre: Documentary
Rating: PG-13


I wonder what this is about...huh...
It seems right, yet when you see the trailer it sounds wrong...
I wonder...
Right or Wrong?
What do you think?

~8:58 pm

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

How many times...

September 19, 2006

Militants vow war, Vatican tries to calm Pope row
By Stephen Brown and Philip Pullella

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Al Qaeda militants in Iraq vowed war on "worshippers of the cross" and protesters burned a papal effigy on Monday over Pope Benedict's comments on Islam, while Western churchmen and statesmen tried to calm passions.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei joined a chorus of Muslim criticism of the head of the world's 1.1 billion Roman Catholics, calling the Pope's remarks "the latest chain of the crusade against Islam started by America's (George W.) Bush".

Indonesian Muslim protesters hold up signs during a rally outside the Vatican embassy in Jakarta September 18, 2006. The sign on the right reads, "Let's crucify Paus (Pope)". About 100 Muslim rallied on Monday to condemn Pope Benedict for his controversial remarks on Islam. (REUTERS/Dadang Tri)
The Pontiff said on Sunday he was deeply sorry Muslims had been offended by his use of a medieval quotation on Islam and holy war. But he stopped short of retracting a speech seen as portraying Islam as a religion tainted by violence.

While some Muslims were mollified by his explanation for the speech made in Germany last Tuesday, others remained furious.

"We tell the worshipper of the cross (the Pope) that you and the West will be defeated, as is the case in Iraq, Afghanistan, Chechnya," said a Web statement by the Mujahideen Shura Council, an umbrella group led by Iraq's branch of al Qaeda.

"We shall break the cross and spill the wine," said the statement, posted on Sunday on an Internet site often used by al Qaeda and other militant groups.

In Iraq's southern city of Basra, up to 150 demonstrators chanted slogans and burned a white effigy of the Pope.

"No to aggression!", "We gagged the Pope!", they chanted in front of the governor's office in the Shi'ite city.

In Egypt a parliamentary committee called for the expulsion of the Vatican envoy if the Pope did not apologise and in Kuwait Muslim clerics said his Sunday address "does not amount to an apology because he said Muslims had misunderstood his speech".

"He must declare frankly he made a mistake and must pledge not to repeat such false accusations against Islam," they said.

Criticisms were also made by Muslims in the United States, China, Indonesia, and by Chechen and Azeri Muslims.


With some clerics calling it the start of a new Christian crusade against Islam, the Vatican has instructed its envoys in Muslim countries to explain Pope Benedict's words on Islam.

The Pope had referred to criticism of the Prophet Mohammad by 14th century Byzantine Emperor Manuel II Palaeologus, who said everything the Prophet brought was evil "such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached".

But he said on Sunday this was not his view and he favoured frank dialogue with Islam. His new Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, said Holy See nuncios (ambassadors) in Muslim countries would visit government and religious leaders.

The European Commission called for Pope Benedict's remarks not to be "deliberately taken out of context" and for freedom of speech to be respected. French President Jacques Chirac refused to criticise him, but called for a more diplomatic language.

"It is not my role or my intention to comment on the Pope's statements. I simply want to say, on a general level ... that we must avoid anything that excites tensions between peoples or between religions," Chirac said on Europe 1 radio.

"We must avoid making any link between Islam, which is a great, respected and respectable religion, and radical Islamism, which is a totally different activity and one of a political nature," Chirac added.

The head of the world's Anglican church, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, defended Benedict.

"The Pope has already issued an apology and I think his views on this need to be judged against his entire record, where he has spoken very positively about dialogue," said Williams, the spiritual leader of 77 million Anglicans worldwide.

Questions had been raised on whether a papal visit to Turkey in November could go ahead, but Ankara, while calling his remarks "ugly", said there were no plans to call it off.

In Somalia, an Italian nun was killed on Sunday in an attack one Islamist source said could be linked to the dispute. The Vatican said it hoped the killing was "an isolated event".

The Pope said on Sunday that he might elaborate on the crisis on Wednesday, when he gives a regular public audience at St Peter's in the Vatican before large crowds of pilgrims.

In the United States, the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago which represents 400,000 Muslims in the area said that from Sunday's speech it "does not appear the Pope is distancing himself from his Tuesday statement".

It urged the Pope to grasp a "a great opportunity to use words of reconciliation and we hope he will do so soon".

Copyright © 2005 Reuters


How many times have I broken your heart?
But still you forgive, if only I ask.
How many times have you heard me pray?
Draw near to me.


One question arises from all of this.
Does compromising help?

~9:39 pm

Sunday, September 17, 2006


The hills are alive
with the sound of music"
The Sound of Music

Lalalala! Hey!
Lalalala! Hey!
Lynette's world...

I just made an All American Rejects blog layout during my break inbetween studying for economics and mathematics.

Getting quite sick of the two subjects actually...I like statistics, dislike graphs, tolerate probability and matrices. I like MER, Inflation and Economic Growth, thoroughly dislike the rest of the topics. What to do?
I'm never going to touch economics ever again after this year...

Surviving on Toast'Em Raisin and Oatmeal bread by Gardenia and Cadbury Milk chocolate bar as snacks. Bought 4 packets of maggi mee of 4 different flavours in case I'm lazy to walk out and buy my food.

Alicia went to Korea already, apparently mom told her if possible to buy a pair of new Nikes for me since the factory outlet is there. She's going to go to prayer mountain and Jeju Island I think? Not sure about the latter...But when she does go to prayer mountain, she can sing, "The hills are alive with the sound of music."

English paper last thursday was quite horrendous. Not really much of my answers, but the experience of it. I forgot to cut my nails, so after writing for 3 hours there are very painful nail imprints on my right palm. Then some hostel fellow blasted music like Pussycat Dolls "Buttons". I tell you, I thoroughly dislike Pussycat dolls, not really much because of their image or music, but of the fact that people OVERPLAY their songs. If you're talking about dolls, I seriously think Goo Goo dolls are a much better choice than Pussycat Dolls.

Hahaha...Pussycat reminds me of this song...
"Pussycat Pussycat I love you
Yes I do
You and your Pussycat lips
Oh Oh...
You and your Pussycat eyes
Oh Oh...
You and your Pussycat nose"
composed by Burt Bacharach

Heard this when Kevin Covais sang it during season 5 finale of American Idol.

Talking about Burt Bacharach, I love one song of his.
"What do you get when you fall in love?
You get enough germs, to catch pneumonia
And after you do, he'll never phone ya
I'll never fall in love again."

Sweet right?
Laugh Out Loud...

~7:44 pm

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Piano Balls

Watch this dude play the piano with his balls!!!

The above description is in no way what you think it is...
perfect juggler. gotta tune up your sound volume though...

Jie...maybe u could learn how to do this trick...lol...

~5:55 pm

Sleeping Child by Michael Learns to Rock

The milky way upon the Heavens
Is twinkling just for you
And Mr. Moon he came by
To say goodnight to you

I’ll sing for you
I’ll sing for mother
We’re praying for the world
And for the people everywhere
Gonna show them all we care

Oh my sleeping child the world’s so wild
But you’ve build your own paradise
That’s one reason why I’ll cover you sleeping child

If all the people around the world
They had a mind like yours
We’d have no fighting and no wars
There would be lasting peace on earth

If all the kings and all the leaders
Could see you here this way
They would hold the earth in their arms
They would learn to watch you play

Oh my sleeping child the world’s so wild
But you’ve build your own paradise
That’s one reason why I’ll cover you sleeping child
I’m gonna cover my Sleeping child
Keep you away from the world
Away from the world so wild...

~2:42 am

Thursday, September 14, 2006


I'm so sick of Guns.
I'm so sick of the Violence.
I'm so sick of 'sick' people.
That's probably the reason why I want to help them.

Montreal, Canada has a shooting in Dawson College. Killed 1, Wounded 19.
Forbes report

New York Times report

I wonder what the jury will do to this young man who is obsessed with guns. Will they charge him straight and send him without a trial? Or will this man plead insanity and just get sent to the asylum for psychiatrists to experiment on? Oh right, he died in the open fire against the policemen. But I wonder what will happen if he actually lived. Suicide like the other gunners? huh...

This shooting just reminds me of Columbine High School, Denver in the USA. The fear is there...just fear...what happens next?

Guns should be outlawed!

~11:27 pm

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

A letter of Love for SANDY

Dear Sandy,

It's been so long since I've been able to talk to you face to face. I hope that when I go back in December that you'll be there for me to give you a huge hug. You have been there for me since Marsiling Primary School and our friendship has grown through these 11 years. Honestly you're my oldest friend I've met in the outside world, and I treasure you because of that.

I remember those days where we pulled pranks on our teachers (cue Mr Lai) and other classmates. I remember the times where a plastic bottle and lots of fire lighters are involved. The things we do together to get in trouble with Mr Mohan just before our PSLE and nearly got our names written in the 'black list'. The funny business with Clement that involved our "darling" principal Mr Ng. Remember all that?

Funny, but I also have some imprint of our quarrels and volatile moods. I cannot remember every single moment, but I thank God for all those quarrels because it made you and I grow. I may kick, sometimes literally, sense into your head, but you have also gave me a lot of experience. Between the two of us, the world is such a small small one. Look at the relationship of Bong...prime example...lol...

Though since secondary school, most of our ideals and goals have changed, and we seldom spend much time together. You were always with Pei Ling, Zinette, Tiffany and etc., while I was with Grace, Malathi, Asha and etc. But somehow we still managed to make this friendship work, which is quite funny considering the amount of friendships I've let dwindle out is quite high.

I know God has big plans for you, all you have to do is to look out for him. Sorry for not being there for you at moments you needed a friend most, just know that my prayers are with you. Sorry for offending your feelings during the times I start lecturing you.

Just want to give you some advice...
Always look forward. Don't get caught up in the hurts of the present and forget about your future. Everything else around you may change, even I will change, but there will always be one thing that is constant, and that is Jesus Christ. I know you're not a christian, but this is something I want to share with you. The LOVE of Christ. His love will never change for you. Unlike human beings, unlike *coughmencough*, Jesus will still always love you. Whether you're good or bad, he loves you no matter what and no matter when.

Frankly, I think you are really blessed from the God above. You have a roof over your head, good food to eat, a rich family, cute siblings and loyal friends. Treasure every day that you live and every friend you have. Do not take things for granted.

To my opinion, even your loves now may change, but I will not dispute what you feel now. Just question yourself everytime you meet a guy whom you think you will fall in love with, "Is he the one you want to marry and spend the rest of your life with?" Asking yourself this question will stop you from having falling into the tangled web of love and pain. I know you're tired of pain, yet you just want love. I don't have much to offer you, nothing I do can stop you from doing what you want. Just know that my love is with you whenever you feel lonely.

Here's one song for you, and believe me it's true.

Friend of a Wounded Heart by Wayne Watson

Smile, make them think you're happy
Lie, and say that things are fine.
And hide that empty longing that you feel
Don't ever show it, just keep your heart concealed.

Why are the days so lonely?
I wonder where, where can a heart go free?
And who will dry the tears that no one sees?
There must be someone to share your silent dreams.

Caught like a leaf in the wind
Looking for a friend, where can you turn?
Whisper the words of a prayer
And you'll find Him there, arms open wide, love in His eyes.

Jesus, He meets you where you are.
Oh, Jesus, He heals your secret scars
All the love you're longing for is Jesus
The friend of a wounded heart.

Joy, comes like the the morning
Hope, deepens as you grow
and peace, beyond the reaches of your soul,
Comes blowing through you, for love has made you whole.

Once like a leaf in the wind
Looking for a friend, where could you turn?
You spoke the words of a prayer
And you found Him there, arms open wide, love in His eyes.

Jesus, He meets you where you are.
Oh, Jesus, He heals your secret scars
All the love you're longing for is Jesus
The friend of a wounded heart.

Jesus, He meets you where you are.
Oh, Jesus, He heals your secret scars
All the love you're longing for
All the love that you need is Jesus
The friend of a wounded heart.

Oh, The friend of a wounded heart
Oh, A friend of a wounded heart
Oh, The friend of a wounded heart
Oh, A friend of a wounded heart

All my love,

~3:11 am

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

a cry

I'm now cooped up at home trying to finish my Economics 2003 paper. It's a bit tedious and everything seems so jumbled up. I can't think properly and my mind is full of clouds. What to do?

I guess I'm panicking now, for everything little thing that I've not done. But what to do? Someone asked me how to survive through this Mocks examination, and I just told him, "Dive in and plunge through."

Everything seems to be sinking like quicksand now, but I will hold onto that branch, that rope, which is hanging ontop and never let go. This minute strand can save my life, save my sanity. Things may pull me under, but as long as I never give up hanging onto that thread of light, my head will still above the sand.

God please help me plunge through this period of time, and I will survive. I give you full control over my academics. Whether you want me to get straight As or anything else, it's your decision. Just give me your JOY in my heart, because it is your joy that gives me strength and peace. Father I thank you for bringing me thus far, and I pray that you will bring me further according only to your will and not mine. Jesus take control, I give you full reins of my life.
In Jesus's most precious name I pray,

~5:09 pm

"Welcome to Illyria! Welcome Welcome Welcome Welcome..."
Principal Gold of Illyria High School

After watching too many reruns of 'She's the Man' on DVD, this song has officially been stuck in my head. What a TORTUNE to have. It's quite irritating...as all tortunes can be. Like ABBA's "dancing queen" and Beethoven's 5th Symphony, riding its waves after watching and listening to too much V for Vendetta and old ABBA CDs.

Match Point is such a profound film, that in the end, neither 3 of us could come up with the theme as all the elements seem to be the theme, yet it just doesn't fit. We need somebody with experience on film analysis. Any help anyone? LOL...

My version of the awkward theme of Match Point is of how society now has all these bad eggs, yet they are the ones who are holding positions in social ladders. Perhaps the percentage of them is not so great, but imagine a horny b*****d being the top politician in the country. What happens?

Reminds me of V for Vendetta's Father Lilliman. Sick fellow. A BISHOP...A BISHOP having pedophilic activities done IN the so-called holy building itself. That's just, sick. *pukes* Imagine having that kind of a person ruling the government and your lives. Kinda hard to think about it yeah?

I always have this tendency to want to read or watch comedies after seeing some kind of serious stuff. Maybe I just want to see the good side of things, the funny sides. To remind myself that in this weird world, there is something called laughter that makes my day happy. That not everything needs tears and worry. That there is some small semblance of hope in items.
Laughter is still the best medicine for everything.
Even scientists have proven that fact.

LOL...of course, too much is no good as well.

~2:16 am

Monday, September 11, 2006

Ode to My Shoe

I found this on fictionpress.com
thought it was quite odd and funny in a roundabout way.
I didn't write this though...some other fellow did.
This one is dedicated to Shu Yi...

Oh shoe! Oh shoe!
Look at you!
Made of string,
You silly thing.
More frail than a feather;
Make me cold in the weather.
Falling apart;
A part of my heart.

Oh shoe! What soul!
Your gigantic hole.
How it rips!
Sometimes trips!
Monkey faces
covering my laces.
Dirty rubber,
There is no other.

Oh shoe! Oh shoe!
I should really use glue.
Or maybe some tape,
And then make a cape.
You're now to pieces
From all the recesses
But I'll never toss you
My beautiful shoe.

© Copyright 2004 Blayne (FictionPress ID:422796)

~4:17 am

Sunday, September 10, 2006

A Cold Heart Turns

Artist: Rebecca St. James
Album: God
Track: A Cold Heart Turns

Power thunder, lightning bolts
Rushing wind, a waterfall
Babies' cry, a mother's tears
Humming river, rustling leaves

He's calling loud and clearly
He's saying "Won't you hear Me"
We see Him everywhere
And still we roll on by

Winter snow, a fire's warmth
Summer's day a cold heart turns
Peaceful place, a helping hand
Kindly words, a smiling face

He's calling loud and clearly
He's saying "Won't you hear Me"
We see Him everywhere
And still we roll on by

He was God but one of us
A king who had a servants heart
Born to die so we might live
His reason was His Father's will

He's calling loud and clearly
He's saying "Won't you hear Me"
We see Him everywhere
And still we roll on by

Power thunder, lightning bolts
Rushing wind, a waterfall
Winter snow, a fire's warmth
Summer's day a cold heart turns

~2:08 am

Saturday, September 09, 2006


It's raining with thunder and lightning here, but I just wanted to say this...

They say when you meet the love of
your life, time stops. And that's
What they don't tell you, is
that once time starts again, it moves
extra fast to catch up.

Suddenly, everything RUSHES. The crowd becomes a blur, and
the young woman is lost in its wake. Now it's Edward who's
frozen, helpless in time.

Adapted from Big Fish Script (IMSDb)


Time hasn't stopped for me yet, but when it does...
I will not trust it readily.

~5:14 pm

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Scandal MV

Kang-Ta & Vanness Wu

Hot Hot Hot...

Quality of video not very good, but quality of Vanness is really good....yummy...lol...

~4:40 pm

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Offer of Placement

'Nuff said.

I got a conditional offer to University of Queensland to do BA.Psychology.
After trials, send in certain documents, get the unconditional offer and relax.

Now we'll see what happens.

Not easy, not easy.

~6:55 pm

Monday, September 04, 2006

Steve Irwin dead.

Okay, Steve Irwin: Crocodile Hunter is officially dead.

News on Steve Irwin's death

How sad is this?
I hope his programmes will still be shown. It's a wonder for a person to film and advertise Australia's animals as much as him.
Let's show some respect and appreciate of his doings for the wildlife, and the knowledge given to humankind.
A minute of silence please.
Flags raised to half-mast.

~7:32 pm

Friday, September 01, 2006

Merdeka Outing

On this cool morning, around 45 people of different ages and courses woke up to conquer a track in Templer's Park, so that they can reach to the peak and enjoy the greatness of the natural waterfall. Fresh Clean Spring Water.

Early Morning:
Boarded the bus, this Lynette slept.
Alighted from the bus, this Lynette was sorted into a group consisting of William, Anna, Daniel and Charles.
Started the trekking...
Finished the first few levels, all with steps.

Late Morning:
Headed forward to further levels, this time there are no steps and everybody has to hold stable tree trunks to support themselves up the steep and slippery hills. Everywhere was muddy.
Moved on and on, needed a lot of help from people to pull this Lynette up the hill, since this was her first time going onto a jungle trek.
Suddenly, somebody screamed, "BEES! BEES! HEAD DOWN, HEAD DOWN!"
Conflicting shouts came in, "Don't run! Don't hit the wasps! They're wasps, not bees! Don't hit them, move SLOWLY!"
This Lynette got pushed forward and apparently a wasp was buzzing near her ear, she panicked and swiped the wasp away and got stung by it on her right lower arm. Later another wasp attacked her back - probably in defense of the other wasp she had already killed - and it throbbed.
After getting treated, together with some other people who got stung as well...one particular guy got stung 11 times!...they decided to carry on and no mishaps happened, until...
They reached the place a bit higher up where the nest was.
Those who have gotten stung before, are therefore labelled as the enemy by the surrounding wasps as the venom in their stings are sensed by them. So they went for another round of invasion and a group where Lynette was in got separated by the rest. The President screamed as wasps buzzed around his head and he got stung...again!
Miss poor Lynette, because of the fact she was labelled as the enemy by the wasps, got stung again, on her back at the left side. She cried. It was painful! Everybody started praying.
Now, she got it treated and her tears stopped flowing. Someone else had a leech up their leg and since this Lynette was curious, she stopped to observe and wowed at the leech sucking blood.
A few others came up to the group stranded up there to help them cross over back down, they decided not to continue on the course anymore. It was too dangerous.
Taking a detour that a certain Dr. Chua (who specializes in Biotechnology, or so, a certain bird whispered into this girl's ear) made, so to avoid the stinging wasps. Detour was filled with steep angles, mosquitoes and thorny stems and leaves. But most of all, it was filled with the laughter, singing and companionship of the fellow hikers.

Everybody got down safely.
Got treated somemore, before settling down for lunch.

Boarded the bus at Templer's Park, this Lynette slept again.
Alighted at Sunway University College.

That was the interesting day that this Lynette went through. Though her back and arm is still quite throbbing, but the experience and lessons learnt will be unique to her. She thanks all the people who have helped her, in applying the antiseptic, taking out the sting, bearing with her struggling hold, lifting and pulling her up and down the steep, slippery hills and giving her encouragement by your laughter.

This Lynette after this perfect day went to Summit with 3 good friends, had dinner, and watched a certain animation movie called "Monster House". Very interesting show. Go watch, this Lynette recommends.

Thank you God, for protecting me!

This Lynette is off to sleep after a tiring day.

~1:38 am