Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Yamaha Guitar Clinic By Wes Borland

To Wes Borland fans out there, eat your heart out. For those that are in the dark, let me enlighten you a little. He used to be the guitar player in Limp Bizkit, the one that put on loads of make up before going on stage. He came down to Penang to have a guitar clinic. He played a couple of songs and interacted with crowd answering questions and requests. He started off in a special way, by drawing a picture of something and some fan got to keep the drawing. Another kid got his guitar pick that said dumb stupid pig. After that he had a small autograph session. Fans also got to take pictures with him. He's very humble I should say. Although I got his autograph he got my name half wrong. Well what the heck. At least I have his autograph. Haha. He's really good at playing the guitar. I especially liked the part where he played the guitar like a violin. It really sounded like a violin. I was so impressed.

Musical Concert

Saturday, March 03, 2007

Exams Again

Another hectic week over. Sports Days is also over and done with. Homework stacked up to the ceiling. And most important of all, I have not done any revision for my exam next week. Tomorrow is already Sunday and I doubt I will have time to revise everything in time for next Wednesday. After that, it will be a week of holidays and after that it will be hectic weeks ahead until the musical ends. It seems that my workload will only increase as the days pass by. In the blink of an eye, Chinese New Year is ending tomorrow. I don't think I will be throwing any mandarin oranges into sea at the moment as I don't even have to time to sit and relax and just do nothing at all. It is also already in the month of March. Which means another 7 months till STPM and yet I don't feel that I am prepared. I don't study. I don't have time to even finish up my homework. Maybe I am not sacrificing enough, just like what my chemistry teacher says, "You have time for everything. You just have to be disciplined and be willing to sacrifice your time, e.g: sleep" I think I will sacrifice my sleep today

If there is a will, there is always a way

Musical Concert

St George's Girls' School's Students' Council in Collaboration with USM's Arts and Crafts Department Presents A Musical Concert on the 7th of April 2007, Saturday. There will be two sessions, Session One from 2.30pm-4.30pm and Session Two from 9pm-11pm. Tickets are priced at RM10 for children below 12years and RM20 for adults. Performances include hip hop dances, quartet acapella, tradisional dances and instruments. It will be a night filled with interesting performances by students of SGGS and USM. Get your tickets now as there are only limited tickets available!