Saturday, August 8, 2009


Finally they've uploaded it on Youtube.

My solo performance. It was too damn short. I'm glad though.

The 'Samrah' gang. Miss you guys (Rahim & Emeer).

There are other videos. Watch them.
Visit kencana07's Youtube channel to view.

Monday, August 3, 2009


Hey guys.

I have something to tell you.


I'm not supposed to tell this to anyone else.

But what to do?

I couldn't resist it.

I must reveal this.

For our own good.


Do you really really want to know?

The most important question is..


Well, OK..

I'm a secret agent..

Can you believe that??

I'm a S.C.O.T.C.H agent..

What do you mean you don't know S.C.O.T.C.H?

Wanna see my badge?

So now you know.

Well, OK, lemme explain.
Just recently somebody sent me a request to be one of those guys, like the Supernatural guys, (yeah!). Not knowing much about it, I joined it and the next thing I know, I'm a S.C.O.T.C.H agent. I was like,

"I'm an AGENT?? OMG!! I'm so excited.
The badge is COOL."

Well, yeah. And then I was assigned on a mission to catch 180 ghosts in 3 days. I was like, WOOOT?? Are you kidding, catching 180 ghosts in 3 days?? Seriously??

Well, I moved on with the mission and managed to finish it successfully. Haha~

Now, I am an established ghost hunter and I have so many people recruited into my team. Most of them are my friends. Wahaha~

Well, wanna look at the ghosts that I've caught?

It's our mission to let the whole world knows about the existence of ghosts and right now, I'd like you guys to witness the never before seen photos of ghosts. Extra info: Most of them are very ADORABLE. (^.^)

This one is from Transylvania.
This one too.
This ghost is very seductive. It seduces you and steals
from you. I couldn't catch this myself. Thanks so much
to my gay friend, we managed to catch it.
Not even spooky, very cute.
Waaaaaargh!! Not scary.
He's very mysterious. But I enjoyed his shadow puppet
show though. =P
What can I say? He's similar with his brother.
This is my most valuable collection for now because
I only managed to catch one of this kind so far.
Crazy indeed! He gave himself to me just like that. No hard
works needed.
Even crazier.
I caught him using a bagpipe. Silly ghost. Haha~
Sir McGhost is McGhost's father.
The most stylo and modern in the bunch.
Poor ghost. You're old. You should get a retirement.
Easy to catch you.
Dramatic indeed.
Drunken master.
Drunken master.
What's with the mask? You must be ugly.
Oooh, changed the colour already.
Does not look like a ghost at all.
This one too.
Owh, poor Daniel. I have to catch you because you make me rich.


I accidentally caught this one while looking at the mirror. Wakaka~

Well, if you wanna join the fun and if you have Facebook, join me catching cute ghosts. It's fun but be very carefull, it's ADDICTIVE.

Now, I don't even have time to brush my teeth because the ghosts are waving at me wanting to be caught and I just couldn't stop myself from not catching them.

Wanna join (please)??


You can add me (Facebook). My email:

Add me and follow my Ghost Trappers link if you want to join.

That's all.


Eagles In A Storm

Some of you might have read this in the internet. I just found out about it! God, I need to read more. Well, I copy-pasted this entry below from an article I read from the internet. You can click on the link down there if you wish to read more interesting stuff.

Whatever interesting things that I got from the internet, I'll post them in my blog so that I can read them again and again, anytime. You call this stealing? Naaa, I'll let you know from where I attained those materials. Still calling this stealing? OK, I'll credit the site.

Well, thanks to for this wonderful info.

Did you know that an eagle knows when a storm is approaching long before it breaks?

The eagle will fly to some high spot and wait for the winds to come. When the storm hits, it sets its wings so that the wind will pick it up and lift it above the storm. While the storm rages below, the eagle is soaring above it.

The eagle does not escape the storm. It simply uses the storm to lift it higher. It rises on the winds that bring the storm.

When the storms of life come upon us - and all of us will experience them - we can rise above them by setting our minds and our belief toward God. The storms do not have to overcome us. We can allow God's power to lift us above them.

God enables us to ride the winds of the storm that bring sickness, tragedy, failure and disappointment in our lives. We can soar above the storm.

Remember, it is not the burdens of life that weigh us down, it is how we handle them.

Source: [LINK]


Well, this is actually not a recent news. Just wanna share my happiness with you guys.

Last month, God added 2 new members in our family. New babies. One is a boy and the other is a girl. One is Tuya's 1st daughter and the other one is Tugou's 4th son. The girl was having a bit of a problem during her birth. But in the end, it was OK. Thank God for letting them out from their 'nest' safely without killing their mother. Summing up, now I have exactly 10 anak-buahs. 4 boys and the rest are girls.

Unfortunately, I forgot their birthdays. Ouch! I am such a bad uncle. I suck at remembering dates. I'll ask my sisters about their birthdays later.

"Any photo of them?" Is that what you're asking?

Well, my nephew was born after I departed to Shah Alam, therefore I don't have any of his photo. Luckily, I do have some photos of my new niece. Wait, she has a name, but I forgot (bad uncle). I'll call my sis later and ask for the name. Hehe~ If I'm not mistaken, the name is Lisa, I think. I'll stick with that name until further notice. =P

Anyway, these are pics of my niece. She's very tiny, so cute. Don't forget to take an extra look at her legs.

And here she is ~ Lisa

Look at her tiny head

Quietly sleeping

Look at her tiny leg. Cute 'arms'

She's doing the penguin

The Blanket Poem

I wrote a poem specially for my mother. She has not read this yet. But I hope she will love this poem. My mother does not speak English but i'm definitely sure that she will understand how much she means to me after reading this, even if she did not understand the poem. Dear mother, I love you so so much. I'm sure you'll understand when I say, "I love you very strong mother."

My Blanket

She kissed

He hugged

They caressed

They were the ones

Who became one

I live

In her

I feel safe

I feel warm

I wonder how she feels

I breathe

Under her

I feel nice

I wonder if she feels good

She’s my blanket,

I peed on her, when I was small

But no matter how bad the reek

It’s always nice to be near her

She’s my blanket

She makes it hot under her, sometimes

I throw her away for I can’t stand the heat

But I know

I will always come back under her

She’s my blanket

She always covers me

Always keeps me warm

Always protects me from the wintriness of night

She’s my old blanket

But she’s still my blanket

She looks old and small

She can’t wrap me anymore

Because I’m much bigger now

But it’s always nice

To have her in my bag

I want you to read this, Mom

Because you’re my blanket

Don’t get mad, I call you a blanket

I promise you, you’re the best blanket ever

On top of that, I love you Mom, forever.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Relax and Taking It Easy

[30 July 2009]

Moving to a new place is not really favourable because you have to do many things. First, packing your things. Second, transportation. Third, thinking about the new place - how is it going to be like and the weather and other stuff.

Phew! It's a hard thing to bear. Well, moving to another place may be beneficial for some reasons. First, you get to experience new life. For some people, this is the right time to start life all over again and forget all the bad things that happened before. Second, for people like me who love traveling, moving to another place is such an interesting event. It's always the time to explore the goodness of the new place.

Well, we (my friends and I) moved to Shah Alam last month and right now, we are still adjusting to the new way of life here.

However, that is not my main point here.

Last Thursday, we went to Sunway Lagoon (finally after a few postponed plans). It's a nice place to freak out and yeah I really mean it especially when we entered the Sream Park. My friends especially Rafail really nailed the best vocal performance inside the house of fake ghosts but nonetheless, it was somewhat scary.

Overall, the place is awesome and we had a lot of fun (I guess). Oh ya, one of my friends, Ashley was sick therefore she didn't participate that much during the day. Poor Ash.

For this time being, I don't have much problems in this new place except for the hot weather, haze and the scariest one, swine flu. God, please keep the virus away from me.

Well, here are some of the pics that we took during the day. Thanks to Mimi for the pics.
Anyway, to read more about our group, please go to [LINK] and enjoy. We are a bunch of crazy people. =P

P/S: I'll post more stories next time. I just love short story, I can't help myself from posting them in my blog. PEACE.

With Mr Duck (as what I call it)

Let's rock the park

Nice one

We're clubbing under the rain


Getting ready to grab the best vocal performance award - and the winner is Rafail

It's boring but it's cool

Pay for your sins

Who's the odd one out?


Phew! What a day.


Conquering Everest Blindly

Erik Weihenmayer was the first blind person to conquer the tallest mountain in the world, Everest.

When asked about this feat, he said, I was confident I could do as well as anyone who goes to that mountain. And I knew I could turn back gracefully if necessary.
Just 5 years before this achievement, 15 climbers died in a storm that trapped 3 groups near the summit. It was Everest worst death toll for a single year.

Despite the tragedy and being criticized as a potential liability for his team, Erik said:

“… I refused to be the weak link of the team. I wanted them to put their lives in my hands as I would put mine in theirs. I would carry my share. I would contribute as any other team member. I would not be carried up to the mountain and spiked on top like a football. If I were to reach the summit, I would reach it with dignity.”

Nicknamed Super Blind or Blindenheimer by close friends, this ex-school teacher is not only the first blind person to summit Mount Everest but also one of only about 100 people to successfully summit the highest peaks of the world’s seven continents.

In 2004, Erik and Everest team members went to Tibet to train blind students on a climb to the Rombuk Glacier on the north side of Mt. Everest.

In a country that believes that blindness is a sign that evil spirits are present – Erik challenge the local superstitions.

Erik said,

“These were blind kids who were told they had evil spirits inside them, kids who were tied to beds in dark rooms, kids who were sold in and out of slavery.”

Source: [LINK]

I still remember when I was a kid, I had this kind of disease that disabled me from being a normal person. I couldn't walk when I was a kid. All I could do was sitting on the chair waiting for my parents to take me up to school. I was pretty damn helpless back then.

It is not easy being a person who is born with physical disabilities. They have to rely on other people on some point. Well, I have experienced that before. Thank God, now I can walk.

Erik's story is really an inspiring true story. He showed the world that nothing can't be accomplished even if you are blind or whatsoever. It's the will and the spirit that counts.

I have a friend. His name is Nazri. We met during the royal concert of Ministry of Education held at PWTC Kuala Lumpur last 2 months. We are both talented singers but he's special. He's blind and he plays guitar. He always touch my heart when he sing with his guitar. I can assure you that he sees things clearer than me although he is blind. He sings sincerely and people listen to him everytime he opens his mouth. What I'm trying to say here is that, despite of his disability, he stands up and does thing that touches the hearts of other people around him. The same thing goes to Erik. These are people that we all should look up to and be proud of.

Come on people, if a blind man can do what we think is impossible, so do us. Blind people can see with their heart and that's what we need to learn from them.