Val Anne. AJace

+Lawyer-in-Training. Dancer. UrbanLife Coach.
+DanceStyles: HipHop. Lyrical. Jazz.
+Irresistible: Peanut butter, milo, pineapple. x)

The Word

but those who hope in the LORD
will renew their strength.
They will soar on wings like eagles;
they will run and not grow weary,
they will walk and not be faint.

-Isaiah 40:31

The mocker seeks wisdom and finds none, but knowledge comes easily to the discerning. -Proverbs 14:6


+"Lift Me Up" by The Afters.
+"Stop The World" by Matthew West.
+The Living Proof - work in progress



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Tuesday, April 15, 2008 10:19 AM

As I struggled to pull my 27.6kg luggage up the step, and barged into the front door of 5/105 Palmerston Street, Carlton, Victoria 3053, Tiffany ran out and screamed in joy and gave all of us hugs.

It's good to be back. I missed my housemates loads.

I actually flew back here to Melbourne with twice as much baggage as when I went back to Singapore. Gee. All the winter clothes and shopping really did a number. Thanks to Yeong Shen for helping me at the airport, and Tiffany and Jonathan for helping me get it up the stairs. Yes, I love you guys too. Haha

Unfortunately, a sore throat I had to catch earlier decided to evolve into a flu... So I've been nursing a cold for a couple of days. Bleaghz.

On sunday, Jonathan, Henry, Lydia and I attended a special Stepping Workshop at Melbourne Music Academy, taught by Canadian Choreographer Tre Armstrong (How She Move, Honey, Save the Last Dance 2). She is a seriously HOT dancer, and my gosh, her energy and enthusiasm and most of all, choreography was freakin awesome. I struggled for the first half of the Stepping Workshop because it's something entirely new to me.

But hey, like Tre said, just keep at it and don't lose faith in yourself, and keep telling yourself you can do it, and I managed to get it right. I seriously would not mind learning stepping if I could. Heh heh. I can't wait to watch "How She Move" =D.


First day of school was good. I always look forward to Mondays because I only have two lessons that I definitely do not find boring - Psychology and Drama. Maureen is as crazy as usual with her interesting stories and funky drawings. Danny is just... Danny. Haha. This term we're going to do Monologue for Drama, which will definitely be fun - Let's see how far I can go with it =D