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Thursday, May 17, 2007

Chicken Pox Chronicles

Who would've thought? Who would've guessed?

2 different people from the same club getting chicken pox over the space of 2 weeks. Acceptable? Well, yeah.

But, when the 2nd person infects 7 others from the club and a cousin? It's time to burn him alive. Haha.

This post was intended for Sunday, but apparently, I've not had much strength over the past few days to do this proper.

I look worse than the Phantom of the Opera and any monster you've seen captured on celluloid.

This damn illness has taken a toll on my body in a way I had least expected it to.

And there wasn't any Mothers' Day Celebration because my parents had to take me to the hospital instead. Bleah.

And appetite? Next to nothing.

Golly gees, I had apples for dinner last night.

If any of you think I'm enjoying myself at home, it's far from it. Sigh.


Anonymous shaney said...

Get well soon!

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Blogger S_AnGeL said...

ooohhh,, don't be sad.. we share the same pain together k. :-) hehe

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Blogger Dee Dee said...

omg. you have chicken pox??

Ok.. i better not go for ycp yet! i never get chicken pox before...


Anywayz, take care shai!!


Friday, May 18, 2007

Blogger Stefan S said...

don't fret, your quarantine will soon be up!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Blogger dgital said...

Wow it suck having CP at this age.. Hang in there bud~ Use this time to take the opportunity to write more plays and watch more dvds..hah..

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Blogger Lecter said...

Thank you!

Oh shut up you. WAHAHA

Don't worry, I'm not as infectious as Yihan

Yes yes, can't wait!

Finally mustered my strength to do all that!

Monday, May 21, 2007

Anonymous Grace Toh said...

Hi Lecter,

Apologies for posting here, but I couldn't find any other way to contact you, heh… Sorry about that!

I'm writing from The Substation to invite you to a Media Tea tomorrow (24th May, Thursday) where we will unveil a revolutionary film programme entitled Reel Revolution. It's an 8-week film programme for youths to explore social issues through the film medium, and involves mentorship by established filmmakers as well as culminating in a competition at the end. More information can be found at http://revolution.youth.sg

Do consider attending the Media Tea tomorrow, or the Introductory Seminar on Saturday. We're hoping that you could help spread the word! :) Do RSVP to me at 6337 7535 or movingimages@substation.org as soon as possible. Thank you very much! :)

Grace Toh

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Anonymous linus said...

Hey Shaiful, get well soon. And great chance to take a breather..

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Blogger Lecter said...

Heya Linus,

Thanks man. It is indeed!

Sunday, May 27, 2007

Anonymous Grace Toh said...

These two weekends, come for our free Learning Talks and get to meet filmmakers who will share some tips of filmmaking and putting together a documentary. Register at movingimages@substation.org to avoid disappointment!

2 June, 3 - 5pm, The Substation Theatre
Reel Revolution Learning Talk 1: I Love Malaya and the Documentary
Presented by the filmmakers from the documentary “I Love Malaya”, about searching for the former Malay Communist Party leader Chin Peng, this is a screening and sharing session about documentary filmmaking.

9 June, 3 - 6pm with breaks, library @ esplanade
Reel Revolution Learning Talk 2: Filmmaking 101
Conducted by The Substation’s Associate Filmmaker Lionel Chok, this training session is held to equip filmmakers and participants with basic production do’s and don’ts, and documentary filmmaking.

Please note that the submission for the competition and mentorship is 9 June!
Visit revolution.youth.sg for more details.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007


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