I have been on blogging for a long time. I’m trying something different now. With that being said, new entries will stay public. The only time I will not make a new post open to public reading is if I feel it contains content too personal to my life and I’m not comfortable having just anyone read it.
About the girl;
I was born in Kuala Lumpur by my parents of Bugis and Thai-Arabic descent. I’m a Muslim and my ultimate goal in life is to reach enlightenment. But I’m not claiming to be perfect and I would never want to be. When I am not working, I am often playing video games. I’m normally a quiet person by nature, but I open up if I get to know you. I ask for advice and am easily prone to getting lost in fandom for days on end. I still feel like a kid at heart and would play more practical jokes on people if I could. I’m open-minded and extremely care free. I’m stubborn. Excessively stubborn to the point where it could actually hurt myself in the end and it probably has. I take friendship seriously, but easily. I try to get rid of low mood by listening to nice and relaxing music or a simple walk in the fresh air. I’m a perfectionist and a procrastinator – it takes me damn near forever to get anything done. I believe in forgiving and I believe in being a good person. I think people should listen more than they talk. I wasn’t really ever a part of the whole popular crowd. I am an analyzer. I tend to analyze every single little detail about anything and everything. Thus, my mind is hardly ever at rest. This is the main reason I keep a blog. It’s therapeutic and acts as a form of mind dump for me.
Living in Kuala Lumpur;
Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur – yes, I’m more of a city person! Right now, I live in the eastern suburb of Ampang but I grew up in the large city of Kuala Lumpur and spent loads of time in the city as a kid and a teenager. There’s really nothing heavenly about this place except the weather (without a doubt) and there’s certainly no angelic characteristic about the people who inhabit this city, unless you consider fake smiles and plastic personalities something angel-like. Haha, I kid. There’s more to this place than meets the eye or what you see at first glance. Don’t let the stereotypes fool you. KL is my home and I’ve come back to her time after time. Growing up in KL was stellar because we ran around the neighborhood with our friends after school. It was a great and safe place to live. Well, this was in the 80′s and 90′s. I couldn’t be happier living here, but I could not live there any longer. The traffic would give me a heart attack. But home is where the heart is and my heart is KL.
Family & friends;
I have a great family and a few close, and very supportive friends. My family are my backbone, I’m very passionate about them and value their presence in my life. My dad is my hero; my mom is a riot; and my brother is so supportive. They will be there for me no matter what. They mean the world to me. What I look for in a friend is someone who can hold an intellectual conversation, or at the very least, share a laugh and random silliness with. No, I don’t like bigots, racists or complainers.
Point the last;
You can probably already tell this about me, but boy do I love to ramble. My journal is full of tl;dr. This means I’m exonerating you from any obligation to actually read it all or even half of it all, really. Feel free to simply skip as much of it as you want, actually.