My chaotic soul.
I’m Melissa Lee
coming all the way from Kuala Lumpur
What about me?
I’m a pure banana Chinese who loves to eat wan tan mee
and could never speak proper chinese. I get older every 25th of March
. I love chocolates and a non-smoker. I love socializing and parties. Without those backsides in my life, I’m just a piece of wood stoning
I’m a very LOUD person.
From where voices I heard from, I can be so noisy till I can draw a massive attention, at most a kilometer away. The saddest part of all, I don’t really know how loud I can be. All I know, I’ve got crazy friends whom I can laugh/cry/emo
how ever I want. Is it that bad?
One of my best hobbies is blogging. It just keeps me a little busy and does not really take much of my time. Since I’m already a college kid, I’ll promise that I shall blog as much as I can. Now, I actually DO
understand why college students can’t really update their blog as often as they could have during High School. Heh
"Because, sometimes, you have to step outside of the person you've been.
And remember the person you were meant to be. The person you wanted to be. The person you are."
I adore dancefloors.
They just keep me groovin’
from day till night.
I have been dancing my whole
life. Ballet, hip hop, latin dancing. It’s been a decade dancing (!) Dancing is a form of exercise for people like me who gave up most on sports.
I really do enjoy good music, both loud and soft. Somehow, the music I hear really tells my mood. FYI, music plays a major role in my life. I need music everyday. Without music, I can’t really do much. I need them while studying, driving around, parties and of course, before I sleep.
My favourite sport is baseball.
Played it since I was eleven. Miss primary school times where I played with my fellow classmates; clean games.Nothing much to talk about it but I so need to introduce this game to Malaysia governments so they could actually take this sport into consideration. And of course, try lowering the baseball equipment prices, HEEHEE.
"Most of our life is a series of images. They pass us by like towns on the highway.
But sometimes a moment stuns us as it happens. And we know that this instant is more than a fleeting image.
We know that this moment, every part of it, will live on forever."