Alright, I know my previous entry on tongue speaking may have raised some eyebrows, and stirred some fire in discussions, thus raking in more traffic to this hunble blog. I woke up in the morning discovering my hits shooting up, doubling the usual average.
But much to my surprise, as unexpected as this may sound, the traffic did not come from those reading the tongue speaking entry, well, at least not the MAJORITY of it. You know what I found out instead?
POWER RANGERS (click to read that entry)
Yes, there was this entry I did more than half a year back, and God knows why and how, there are people from all over the world, mainly from US and UK hitting and jamming that page in the last 24 hours. The visits to that page contributed to 250 out of 335 page hits. Anyone out there, please, if you have a plausible explanation for this, kindly drop a comment !! I am deeply puzzled, and also troubled to some extend to find out about the sudden craze on power rangers.
I Googled and Yahooed power rangers, but could not find the link referring to my website in the top searches, so yeah, it IS mysterious.
My friend Jason suggested that, maybe it was some university students doing some research on the popularly received and long-lived television show. If it is true, would two universities, at different parts of the world (both US and UK) do the same research on the same topic, on this very same day? What are the odds?
Alright, setting the odd attention on our childhood fetish aside, here are some important matters I wish to address to you guys.
I am leaving Kuching to KL on the 11th March (this coming Sunday)
I will be staying over in KL for 4 days.
On the 15th of March (next coming Thursday) , I will depart Malaysia to Perth, Australia, a place that I deeply miss.
I have made plans on meeting up with some bloggers and friends in KL during my coming brief stay there. Should anyone want to have a drink of tea with me, or someone generous enough to buy me dinner, please kindly drop me an email (preferably with your contacts as well, so I can get back to you) at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have followed my blog for some time, you would know why I am flying to Perth. If you do not know, I suggest you dig up my archives and read every single entry up to date. Alright alright, I was kidding there. But seriously, I am fighting my way back to Perth, and I am doing exceedingly well in that. This is not the first struggle.
Kuching by day and night
Knowing that I will leave Kuching, my beloved hometown, I truly feel very, very heavy-hearted. I do not entirely sure how to describe this feeling, but everytime I leave home, it just gets harder and harder. Being away from home for so long for years has made me ackowledge and appreciate my home even more than before. And now, the most difficult part is, I have to go off again, leaving everything behind. In these last days, I do somehow feel as if there is something weighing my heart down. Literally, I feel heavily weighed down.
How I wish time could strecth on longer, but that would be foolish, and a selfish wish coming from me. There are things in life, greater than just what I desire or love. Responsibilities and obligations must be paid attention to, and there are times it seems to be totally unfair for me to carry so much burden so early. There is no point pointing fingers, or run away, dodging all those pit fires, but I know life goes on, and I must go on too. No matter how bitter, no matter how heavy, I cannot afford to fall now. Not now.
Serious talks aside, I do wish to utilise what time I have left in Kuching with friends and family. Feel free to contact me, and I shall try my best to make time for you.
Soon, I shall be looking into the skies of Perth, once again.
Side note: You guys are free to ask anything about me, but I cannot guarantee I can answer them all. For the support from my dearest friends, I give you my sincerest thanks.