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29 January 2010 @ 01:17 pm
Okay... so I am back to being 'not sure'.
All this because I cannot put the 'more' option in my blogspot blog because I am using a custom template. Livejournal is able to do that, but for basic accounts, you won't have custom comment pages even though there are the codes in your CSS.
Basic account = no adds.
And, it's not like people actually chat in my chatbox... so, now, there's particularly no reason for me to stay in blogspot. :\
What would you guys do, if you were me? *needs some opinions*

EDIT: Scratch all that above, I am moving to kokutou! XD
11 January 2010 @ 07:28 pm
I've decided to shift over to blogger. Ahaha, of course Livejournal is still better, but nowadays, nothing can beat the lousy feeling ads are giving me...
BUT, I'll still be using Livejournal, don't worry. Just that I'll be using another account which would be set to Friends-Locked, since I'll only be posting private stuff there, so I won't be updating it THAT often. Though, since I've joined a lot of places using this account, I'll still view the Friends Page of this account. :)

So... anyone mind adding me? Sorry for the inconvenience. >.< (I'll only be accepting a few out of my f-list, though)
And for the others whom I know outside from Livejournal, also take note of this change. If you still care of reading updates by me, head over to my new blog. My friends-locked journal would be...


See some of you LJers there!
Being: okayokay
Listening to: Haven't Met You Yet by Michael Bublé
09 January 2010 @ 02:48 pm
I am contemplating on shifting journal platforms, but I am not all too sure yet...
I mean, they all have their pros and cons, but I just realised recently how ads make blogs look. (Especially how it makes my LJ look)
So, any opinions or suggestions?

And actually right, I am wondering about the Livejournal space thing. I heard that the Plus Accounts (or maybe Basic Accounts too?) are given 1GB space, and I've currently used up about 300kb? So I was wondering... what happens if I use up all 1GB in the future?
Being: hothot
Listening to: Collaborations Best by Spontania
08 January 2010 @ 01:37 pm
Maybe some of you may know of something like this, but a few churches in my country, Malaysia, are currently being attacked (or set on fire) by people who are against the usage of the word, "Allah" by non-muslims to reach out to others.
I am not too knowledgeable about this because I haven't been reading the newspapers lately, but I hope that anyone who does read this post will join other Christians in unity and pray for the churches and other Christians.

P.S. Thank you for the comments on my previous posts, I'll hope to reply to them after this.

Edit: Oh shoot, I was supposed to post this to jesusfreaks but accidentally posted it here. BUT, I guess I'll leave it here so that whoever reads this, can pray together!
07 January 2010 @ 07:02 pm
Added a Tohzuki Suzuya (normal-attire) from Starry Sky ~in Spring~ pic on the left, and I am liking it quite a lot...
Speech bubble at the top of his head taken from here.

I feel like making a 1% Friends-locked banner just for fun. Also because it would be easier to credit that deviantart person who made the speech bubble. ^^;
I've yet to complete Starry Sky ~in Spring~ yet, but I feel that Suzuya would be my favourite of the whole series. :D ('Cause he's close to the my ideal guy. >_<)
And no lah, I still like Date. He's my favourite guy in the virtual world while a real-life Suzuya would be really nice (same as how a real Kokutou Mikiya would). :) Imagining a real-life Date is crazy, haha. He'll probably go, "ARE YOU READY!?" and speak loads of Engrish. XD
P.S. Thank you, Asou for noticing that I talk about Date a lot. :)
Extra info: I like guys with hoodies.

Edit: Okay, so I removed him because I forgot about the sidebar. It looks a bit weird/cacat with him there, blocked by the sidebar when you're reading the first post. Well, that only happens with a non-wide-screen monitor, but still.
Stepping foot on: home
Being: uncomfortablesticky
Listening to: Triangle's OST by Hiroyuki Sawano & Hayashi Yuki
06 January 2010 @ 04:57 pm
I will be sitting for SPM at at the end of the year, and I am able to take my driving test after my birthday in April.
Somehow, I don't think that I am ready for a driving test, because I still feel so young and small. It feels that I won't be able to handle it, and to imagine myself driving a car now is... weird.
One of my friends already took her Undang (a test you're supposed to sit for before you take your driving test), and just the other day, I helped a school friend take care of her motorbike helmet while she went down for recess.

"Wow, things are really changing now." I thought.

I was actually very afraid of driving before this because I was/am scared that I would in the future, kill someone... but after a combined youth service talking about fear, I came to believe God that He'll keep me (and others) safe when I am driving. Though quite a big deal of the fear has been laid down, there's still a little bit left. But I'll try and keep strong, to carry on believing. :)

Okay, I think I've digressed a little from the subject.
Hmm, other than that said difference, I'll also (hopefully) be working part-time after SPM to earn money to get myself a handphone, and I bet, in one blink of an eye, I'll be in college. Things are really changing. I've never really experienced changes this big so far, so... we'll know later of how I deal with them. XD
And it also won't be weird if I talk about me losing my car keys (or something) in one of my posts, lol.

P.S. I think I'll only be able to reply comments on weekends. :\
P.P.S. I'll be naming my future car "Masamune" :D and my future handphone "Date"
Stepping foot on: home
Being: fullfull & warm
Listening to: Sengoku BASARA OSTs by Hiroyuki Sawano
05 January 2010 @ 08:26 pm
I am not sure whether this post will be helpful to anyone, but I hope it will. It was something I thought of yesterday before I drifted to sleep, when I was thinking of heaven, and its eternal characteristic.
I think that this post would appear weird to some, but even if this entry does touch at least one soul, it's enough.

So, I was thinking about heaven, and later I thought about it being the place where people who believe in God live after we pass away from this world. Some of us, I bet, have been influenced by shows shown on TV, books, and stories from other mediums where living an eternal life isn't something very good, since you'll be on earth (or some place else), FOREVER and that things will most likely get mundane and stale.
What I am trying to say is that, though people who believe in God will be living in heaven forever, it wouldn't be mundane or stale, because heaven is beautiful ♥. Christian lives here on earth are already very interesting because we have Jesus and we experience a lot of things with Him while we're still alive. If God has the power to sustain us when we're on earth, how much more can He do when we're up there in heaven, together with Him?

If you're one of those who are doubting that heaven will be a nice place, think again. Heaven is a beautiful home where we'll be with God, filled with happiness forever. Boredom will not exist.

P.S. I typed this out for jesusfreaks, but I thought it might also help someone who reads this journal of mine, so.
Stepping foot on: home
Being: uncomfortablesticky
04 January 2010 @ 05:02 pm
Today was the first school day of 2010. Only one teacher didn't teach but I still got to think and write down my schedule which I will hopefully follow this year. I'll be believing God that I'll get to lose some weight by March, since my family is going to a trip to forgot-where, and it seems that they'll be shopping too. I thought that it would be nice if I can be  thin and enjoy shopping for clothes this time.
(I've never enjoyed shopping for clothes)

Other than that, my schedule is kinda packed because I want to cut my procrastinating habit and also because there's SPM this year, which is also known as, the Exam of Doom.

the scheduleCollapse )

It's still incomplete, and it would only 'live' till March if I do get my prayer answered. (And I'll make another schedule but without the "exercise")
Oh, and btw, the post before this; the "I am honoured" means the I-feel-honoured-because-God-used-me meaning and not the other meaning of where I-feel-that-God-is-honouring-me. Just kinda felt that there were a few who misunderstood. :\
Stepping foot on: home
Being: weirdhaving a weird headache
03 January 2010 @ 05:57 pm
After posting this at jesusfreaks, someone commented and said that he/she kind of felt that God answered his/her prayer through my post. That entry was actually delayed by a few days because I didn't have the mood to type it out, but just today, I felt an inclination to post it up at that community. It was quite a strong inclination, actually.

That comment confirmed that that inclination was in fact, the Holy Spirit nudging me to type. I am currently quite happy that God used me to answer a person's prayer, through the internet at that! To God be all the glory!

Stepping foot on: home
Being: happyhappy
Listening to: Oto Musubi album by Ikeda Ayako