Monday, July 03, 2006


When I first saw the logo, I like it cuz the simple happy friendly faces easily bring smiles and warmth! Didn't expect it to be the logo of WC. Kinda unbelievable it is; but then again, why not?! :)

Argentina-vs-Germany was the first football match i've ever watched from the start of the match till the end (don't know whether i should be proud or embarassed about it... haha). It was my first, so I was lucky that it was a full length one -- with extra time and ended with penalty shoot-outs. I know almost nothing about footie but I must say that it's arresting & interesting to note the footballers' agility & skills, superhuman stamina & strength, character & emotions & pressure, and of course their stunning looks too. haha... :D


Blogger Songie said...

:) :) we're officially football fan now. :) (of's all due to their-- looks)..

7/7/06 9:14 PM  
Blogger cmeel said...

LoL :-D

9/7/06 4:09 PM  
Blogger alexlim said...

Hola cmeel,

Sorry, out of topics but just want to let you and everyone else who read this blog that KCBA Dhammaduta Youth Circle have our own forum and we wish to get more and more people in it.

So, I am sincerely inviting you and everyone else who might be interested to join the forum.

The forum's main objective is tp provide a place in the world wide web for fellow buddhists to communicate and learn Dhamma through Q&A, sharing of buddhism knowledge and also "virtual-lepaking".... it is a place for everyone to stay in touch no matter where you are. Also, the forum is a place to get more information about the ever popular KCBA Dhamma Youth Camp series.... "Old People" and "Newbies" of the camp are mostly welcome...

Hope to see you there...

K-YES forum:

20/7/06 6:09 PM  
Blogger cmeel said...

Thanx alexlim! I've just joined the forum... and realise i've missed out lotsa good stuff that have been going around there. Am glad to be 'back in the loop'. Sadhu to you & team! :)

21/7/06 1:28 AM  

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