Wednesday, July 29, 2009, Blabbered by pyroboy1911 at 8:20 pm
Hhhmm, it's been nearly 3 weeks since my last post, and i barely realized it. I guess there's been quite some activity during the holidays from then till now, from going out with mates to my trip to Sydney, then back to Uni. At this rate, my yearly post will still be less than my monthly post back in 2008!

Anyway, just a short post to tell you that i am still alive. Uni started, and after a barely above par result last semester, i am hoping to step up my effort in studying, but as always it's probably all talk.

Guess i really have been losing the will to blog anymore. Now i am perfectly fine by not blogging, while a few years back i would get restless if my blog is not updated after 5 days. I wonder if i should continue with writing posts, or finally hang up my boots or rather, keyboard.

That, i will leave for next time to think about. As of now, in the process of applying a work permit for a possible future work experience, plus a resolution of at least a light study every night about the lectures. Trying to get the most out of life rather than spend in under my quilt, albeit tempting.

Will try to update more often in the future!
Saturday, July 11, 2009, Blabbered by pyroboy1911 at 4:31 pm
Wow, i think this is a record barren run without a post for this blog so far. No new post at all for the month June.Add ImageAdd Image
Anyway, To get back on track, here's something that happened quite a while ago, only feel like blogging about it now.

Remember the time i went to the Masters Tournament to watch a football match and bumped into a couple of football legends?

Well, this time one visited me! Well not exactly Me me, but Adelaide.

Well the thing is Ian Rush head down to Adelaide for his autobiography signings, and thosewho spend over AUD100 in a shopping center called Myers will get free passes to the event. One of my mates are Liverpool fan, so we decided to go together to meet him, being the second time for me.

We arrived at around 9.40am and there is already quite a long queue. After waiting for quite some time, Ian Rush arrived. With a cup of coffee in his hand, he walked up the stage, make himself comfy and start signing stuffs.

After 30 minutes or so, it's my turn to go up the stage. Now, I'm pretty sure u know i'm a Man Utd fan, and must be wondering why the heck would i want a Liverpool's legend to sign my stuff. Well, this is a chance not to let go, not to mention a signature on a jersey would increase it's value by a lot!

I also got him to sign the pass i've got and also a personal message on his autobiography, which costs me AUD30 to buy.

Before i leave the stage, i showed him the picture we took during our first encounter, and he seemed (or pretended) to recall that time.

Now the shirt is nciely framed on my wall: