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Forgive Me

There are a lot of people that I want to apologize to, but right now, the only one that I want to ask for forgiveness is...my own body.

To my brain, I am sorry that I didn't fully utilize you like I always do. Solving math problems back in the day was really fun, but right now, somehow, I loathe doing them. Reflexes and quick thinking shouldn't only be used by playing games.

To my stomach, I am sorry that I am eating too much and making you bigger. I am also sorry for the lack of training to like sit-ups to make you stronger.

To my legs, I am sorry that I am not a long-distance runner anymore. I was active back in high school, entering a lot of long-distance marathon and also won a lot. You and I did went to Mount Kinabalu and reached the top. I am sure we can't do that again if we would to try right now :(

To my whole body, I am sorry that I always sleep late at night and also woke up late in the morning. You guys deserve to get your rest on time and get up earlier. These extra fats around you guys shouldn't be there.

Gym and library here I come!



Totally unrelated to the post above:

Can we talk on the phone again? :(

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  1. aku ingat kau menang merentas desa kat tgb.
    kan ?
    tapi aku lupa kau rumah apa.
    rumah hijau eh ?

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  2. dapat la nombor 6...yup rumah hijau

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