August 08, 2005
"Change crises into opportunities". This is such an optimistic saying. I'm now trying to change my yesterday kitchen bad experience into my opportunity. If it's not because I want to take a photo of my messy kitchen to show my friends, I would not have thought I'll be able to take any photo again after my vision got worse 3 years ago.
However, because of this situation, I am inspired to take more photos (although some may out of focus). But I like to take photos. Although I cannot see them very well with my eye now, I can still see and feel them from my imagination. Therefore, I may set up my own collection and let see what will happen in the future. Who knows, I maybe able to collect them until I can exhibit them one day just like the blind Malaysian guy I'd read about him sometimes ago. My friend sent me that article via email. It's about a blind guy who use his digital camera to take photos of things around him although he cannot see them. He just make a shoot from his instinct and feeling. Some photos may show something a sighted person may not even thinking of taking it.
Ok, let's see. No one knows the future!
August 07, 2005
Sink blocked…rubbish overflown…food and dish stolen…kitchen in a mess…what else can you expect more? So tired today after I had a dirty adventure in my flat's kitchen to cook myself meals to keep me working. I had just picked up rubbish from the floor and put them into the empty bag . Moreover, I was a do-it-yourself plummer trying to unblock the sink with a chopstick. Hope it won't block again soon. So tired.
How can these people be so irresponsible with what they had done. Oh, and before I left the kitchen, a girl came to take several chairs back to her kitchen 'cos someone borrowed them last night and had not returned them to her flat. She has no chair to sit and eat! What a pity. See? How irresponsible people can be…education can't teach them anything about this. What a sad truth to be realised.