Apr 19, 2012


I've got a lot of plans for this  blog of mine but currently I find that it speaks volumes about how lazy I am when it comes to housekeeping.

I can't ride the 'but yea it has been awhile since I last wrote' wave. I need to

I caught myself being hard on myself again. That has got to stop.

Anyways back to the blog presentation issue. In a nutshell, I want when people look at it people say Hey this is Ari's blog.

But I guess for the time being I have to settle for a TEMPLATE. *shudders*

I've got tons of friends (I think!). Who does web design. Actually I just need someone to create my very own blog layout and I'll be fine. That is until I get bored with that one and want something new.

It's 1:26 am. I love time stamping. Keeps me in the loop of the present.


If anyone can help me that'll be awesome.

I miss my friends in KL. I kinda feel that my brain is turning into putty.

Waiting for my offer letter doesn't help much either. I did get my first one from Griffith but I remember dad telling me that he doesn't appreciate me drowning. (Griffith University is in Brisbane...had a bad case of floods a year or two back..No offence Brisbanians I still love you guys!)

My dad. If he had his way I'd be riding in a tank everywhere.

It's nice to have a dad protective like that.

I wonder whether there's lessons online on how to create your own blog template.

Hmmm....another project. Yay!

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