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Team Edward!!

The past weekend was great! I wish to have more weekends like it.

Basically, I had an almost all Twilight weekend. No, I'm not going Rob Pattinson-mad; I am Edward Cullen-mad. MWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

I finally finished the first book of the Twilight Saga. Tried to delay the inevitable ending of the book as long as I could because I don't have the next books lined up as yet. But I just couldn't resist. I knew there was a reason why I didn't want to start reading Twilight when I first got the book a year ago. Up until last weekend, it was still in its plastic cover.

Plus, I saw 'New Moon'!! GAHHHHHhhh... I thought it was good! I can feel the aura ALL around me. I was supposed to go for 'New Moon' with Syaza but she couldn't make it. Then lo and behold, Buffy & BIL sent me an sms saying we were going for 'New Moon' and I had better be there or be "Squarepants". LOL! Of course, I willingly went along with the plan and ahhhh... I don't care what anyone thinks, I love the movie. *smiles*

Anyways, things has been okay so far. I still can't believe I'm 26 years old. But I am and it's great! I really want good and happy things to happen next year. Maybe even slip in some love somewhere. Oh how I wish! I've also been doing a lot more physical activities since before my birthday. It started with brisk walking on weekends and now I'm adding swimming into the list. As Buffy so often says, we have to be SS (Serious Swimmers). Muahahaha!!!

I honestly am grateful that Doc's apartment has a swimming pool and finally we are exploiting the facilities there. Yayy! I mean, the only reason why we ever stopped swimming was because we grew too old to be dependents at my Dad's club. :P That's why whenever we go for a holiday, we would head straight to the swimming pool. I know, lame but that's how we get our swimming fix. :)

And this weekend, I am going to get my wisdom tooth out. The little bugger's embedded in my gums and is pushing all other teeth next to it when it tries to come out. Major pain in the a**! I hope the dentist won't take out the other wisdom tooth right above it on the same session. I think I would just faint.

Well, that's all there is to it for now. Oh and I got my camera back from Buffy. Soon I'll be able to have a pictorial update series. :D


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