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Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Irish White Horse Postcard

A surprised postcard from Ireland to me by Hugh.  It is the view of a land of mystique and wonderful beauty,  the white horse. 

According to Hugh,  he has 3 white horses. I think he loves riding horse.  However I do not have any experiences of horse riding.  Actually I am kind of frightened to the horses as I think they are very huge for me! Haha!  :p

Anyway I like the white horse in the postcard as I think it is beautiful.  Thus,  I would like to thank Hugh for the card!  

Postcard of the Alaskan Caribou

Audrey from the Alaska has sent me a surprised postcard. Audrey writes in the card that Alaska is nice and warm there now. It is the time for fishing and boating. She says that for most Alaskans, fishing and hunting is a way of life. The caribou is a favourite of hunters and can fill their freezer for long winter.

Audrey has sent the postcard of the beautiful summer view of a herd of caribou crossing a river to me.  I would like to thank her for the card. :)

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Postcard from Hokkaido, Japan

A surprised postcard from Watanabe, Hokkaido, Japan yesterday. 

The postcard is the view if Mt Yotei and Hakucho Ohashi (Swan Bridge) in Muroran City,  Hokkaido. According to Watanabe,  Mt Yotei is one of the popular sight seeing spots in Hokkaido. The height of the Mt Yotei is 1898m and it is an active volcano. Many foreign tourists. 

Well,  I wish that I could travel to the Hokkaido someday as it is one of the beautiful places for me. Lastly,  I would like to thank Watanabe for the beautiful postcard.  Thanks or arigato gozaimasu!!! :)

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Haze, Haze Go Away!

Haze haze go away!  I think this is the  wish of all of us in the country now.

The haze, the bad weather with the burning smell and dryness make many people unwell or fall sick. The people who are with weak lungs are risky too. Thus the asthma cases have increased!  :(

The haze has caused the twin towers "missing" and some beautiful views of the country also affected. The schools also declared closed for some states with the unhealthy index. The students are feeling happy because no school, but I am wondering if they know the intention of schools closing instead of holiday for them? !

Anyway,  I would like to advise all the people to drink much water and wearing mask if you required to stay outdoors. Otherwise staying in indoors. Please wear a mask if needed and turn on the air purifier if you have it. This helps to cleanse the air a bit. Moreover wash your hands and face whenever you come back from outside.

Lastly,  I wish it would have a pouring rain to clean the air and the haze would go away as soon as possible so that we would have a good weather again. 

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Candy Crush Saga Game

Divine! Delicious! Sweet! Sugar Crush! Familiar with these words?!
Well, if you are a fan of the game, you should be known these words are from the game "Candy Crush Saga". Yes, it is a very popular game throughout the world now, I think. Well, at least in Malaysia, it is very, very popular.
No matter where do you go, if you see the people are sitting down to play the game on their hand phones or IPads, the game sure is "Candy Crush"! :P Haha!!! No doubt, I am one of the fan of the "Candy Crush Saga"game now.
Candy Crush Saga is a video game originally for smartphones and Facebook that was released on November 14, 2012. It was developed by King. As of March 2013, "Candy Crush Saga" surpassed FarmVille 2 as the most popular game on Facebook, with 45.6 million average monthly users. It is a variation on their browser game Candy Crush.
The game is a variation of "match three" games such as Bejeweled. Each level has a different shaped game board (the maximum game board size is 9 by 9) filled with candies of three to six different colors and sometimes obstacles. The basic move of the game consists of swapping two candies' positions to align sets of three of the same color, whereupon they disappear, causing candies above them to collapse into the space left behind, often resulting in chain reactions. Moves and alignments must be horizontal/vertical. The level's objectives must be met before the player runs out of moves (or time on timed levels); in each case, the player must earn enough points to get the first star (out of three) in the scoring system.
Currently, I am kind of "addicted" to the "Candy Crush Saga" game. I am playing the game everyday. Thus, many of my friends would receive requests from me to ask for "life"! Hehe! I hope that they would not mind for it! When it has pass over a level and go to another level, I think it is very fun and excited and it keeps me want to continue to play it.
However, I would not spend so much time on the game playing as I would do other things, like readings. Thus, for those who are playing the game, please do not spend too much time on it as you have your others stuff to do, eg. studying, workings, doing homework (for the students)!
Anyway, I wish all the fans of "Candy Crush Saga" would go through all the levels fast and enjoy every levels and have fun! :) 

Friday, June 14, 2013

I'm Back!!! :)

I'm back! I did not update my blog for more than a month. The reason is that I was hospitalisation for a month. If you have been following my blog, I mentioned it before as my pneumothorax has re-occurred and been admitted in the UMMC on 17/4/2013. Again I was there for a month.
Well, it did not mean that I have recovered since I have discharged. I am still having the chest tube in my lung and I am carrying the portable dry seal chest drain 24 hours since the day I discharged until todate.
I did go back for my chest follow up after 2 weeks of my discharged and my chest specialist told me that I still have the 'bubbles' in my lung, thus I needed to carry the portable dry seal chest drain still. So, my next follow up will be on month end and I wish that I would recover by that time and could remove the chest tube in my lungs.
During the time I did not update my blog, I was taking rest most of the time. I have to be very careful with my portable dry seal chest drain as I was worried that my chest tube would be dislodge and it would be risky for me. :(
Finally, I would like to wish all of you to have a lovely and enjoyable weekend. The most vital thing is do take card of your health! I think it is the most precious asset for us!!!