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9 Major Events in 2009

Yeah. 2009 has been a wonderful year for me. Let’s see what’s the “9 Major Events” I’ve been through last year.

1. In January 2009, I started play around with my D60 which I bought on 31st December 2008. It’s something I’ve been dreaming of since 2007.

My D60

2. I Went to Sabah (Sandakan, KK & Keningau) for a friend’s wedding, in May 2009.  I was his official photographer. Heh. You can consider this as my first personal project with my DSLR.

The Wedding

3. Somewhere in Jun 2009, my mum and I together with my auntie and cousins went to Langkawi for a “mini holiday”. The trip was fun and tiring, I must say. It’s worth-it anyway.. 😛

Langkawi

4. My precious TravelMate died. 🙁

5. My new Aspire shouted.. “HELLO WORLD!” in July 2009.

6. I  was officially converted from a Web Content Developer into a System Admin in my company. I cannot use the word “promoted” because it’s not. I love this new responsibility, anyway. This happened also somewhere in July 2009.

At Work

7. On the 8th August 2009, I had a major eye operation for retinal detachment. I was shocked! Serious stuff, dude. No joke.

8. My eyes being injected with gas every month due to my weak retina. It’s pain, okay! Headache. Furthermore,  I need to go for medical follow-up for at least 3 times a month, till now. I’m broke.

Light in the Procedure Room

9. I was not allowed to travel by flight last December for that might increase pressure to my right eye. Bye-bye to my RM369 worth of Air Asia ticket I bought earlier. I was in Shah Alam for last year’s Christmas and it was FUN! Thank God.

AirAsia Ticket

That’s all I guess for major ones. So here it goes 2010. I’m so thankful for every breath I take. I believe this new year going to be something awesome in my personal life, my career and my ministry. I just want to believe. My life is in His hands.

Happy New Year All!

Andy

Orang Bidayuh. Love Coding, Love Design, Love Bass, Love Music, Love God, Love People. Arsenal, Portugal & Ngap Sayot Fan.

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