Monday, April 03, 2006

simple delights


sunday was spent climbing at batucaves. the experience was simply amazing i should say. unfortunately, the camera ran out of battery and so those were the only few photos i managed to capture. well.. probably in a few weeks id make another trip.. and this time.. i'll be better prepared. when i mean better prepared it means.. no coming in beaded slippers, hair tied up in a twist, and a proper backpack to keep my stuff.. :) i had this whole idea that it was kind of a commercialized climbing wall and i wouldnt have to trek on a short trail with mosquitos accompanying me all through the way! :) i laugh at myself now .. i had brought with me.. along with (what i thought was) a cool looking duffel bag, an ipod, a mini fan, a book, sort of a pareo so to sit on and not dirty myself and was nicely clad in what i thought were cool stylo clothes to look good :) its no wonder aman said, " i dont think u can go trekking in nepal" :) oh well it was lesson learned :)


in the past 7 days ..
1. i met paula malai ali in person after watching m the opera :)
2. i managed to follow a strict low carb diet
3. i bought a pair of shoes (im just a girl)
4. i listened to my heart
5. i loved
6. i felt loved
7. i lived my life


'the only reason to live, is life itself. i try to climb up the route so that when i look down and see for myself that there would be something to make my heart gleam with delight'

15 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mountain climbing? Very interesting... nice songs u could sing while doing this activity include ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH (John Denver) and TOP OF THE WORLD (Carpenters). Singing from a high vantage point tends to give your voice a more resonant, all-encompassing tone. Try it and see how your voice envelops the panoramic space that lies before you...

J.T. Edwards

7:38 PM  
Blogger syam101 said...

you are the girl in The Star newspaper right? starring in Gubra.

10:29 AM  
Blogger iconoclast said...

I have yet to watch Gubra but I saw the address to your blog printed in The Star. Thought I visit it.

How was 'M, The Opera'? So far I had read mixed reviews of it.

3:52 PM  
Blogger Mohd Sharazad Saiful Bahri said...

I was reading The Sunday Star and I came across your page. I was captured by your current reading, The Zahir by Paulo Coelho. Besides, I was captured by your perspective of life.

It is a very good book. A book of life and love. One has to keep bare in mind that life is not a bed of roses, but one's life is like a ship sailing across the sea. And the one, is the captain of her own ship =)

Having said that, all the best in your choosen path. You know the best in your life =)

www.mohdsharazad.blogspot.com

http://www.friendster.com/profiles/mohdsharazad


Hope to be a new acquaintance of yours.

Thank you. Merci beacoup.

: Sharazad :

You may say Im a dreamer,
but Im not the only one,
I hope some day you'll join us,
And the world will live as one - John Lennon

10:54 PM  
Blogger juliana said...

hi there all :) thank you for visiting my blog..

jt -- thanks for the thought.. which i never thought of .. of course. the feeling up there 25 metres from the ground.. is yeah.. amazing.. if only i had taken deep breaths :) and next time i shall sing that song.. :)

syam101 -- yes i am :)

iconoclast -- i went to see 'm' with an open heart. i didnt fall in love with it.. neither did i not like it. i thought it was a very good effort and a great performance all together :)

sharazad -- thank you for your comments. life indeed is not a bed roses... the only thing i can do is try to make it seem like it is.. and yeah.. its not so easy at times.. but then.. no one said.. the journey would be smooth sailing ... :) so while we can lets just enjoy the ride.. insya Allah :)

12:08 AM  
Blogger The Yoga Instructor said...

Alaaa babe, you dah famous giler ni.. Camne I nak belay my celebrity partner ni? I kira celebrity blogger, aci tak? :)

Hey, soon ya?

1:02 AM  
Blogger The Visitor said...

Juli,

we all did not meet on the 6th. we met yesterday instead, Saturday the 8th.

wish you could have been there with us!

2:11 AM  
Blogger far-Ezal2U said...

Hi Juliana,
How r u? Got ur blog addr from The Star. Cool!

Btw, U r greattt!!!

5:04 AM  
Blogger juliana said...

ninie -- u're the celebrity of all time okay :) hugs and love, can't wait for that climb okay!! :)

allan -- ooops.. the 8th i mean :) wish i was there too!!

farezal -- thankss!! :) u're greatt tooo!! :)

12:12 PM  
Blogger syam101 said...

juliana thanks for the reply. That's the most priceless reply i've ever received. you are such a kind person. Can't wait to see the "naughty" juliana in the movie..

4:28 PM  
Blogger mmchua said...

Hi, Juliana. I'm Dennis Chua of Malay Mail. Watched U in Gubra. Great show. Wishing U all the best in your career. BTW, my e-mail is dchua@mmail.com.my and I got a blog Tales From The Idol Fellowship (tftif.blogspot.com) which is dedicated to reality shows AF, MI and to an extent American Idol. More geared for kids, but anyone can visit it. Cheers.

4:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi juliana!

me too, i got your add from the star article. right after i watched gubra. you were great =). keep up the good work! looking forward to seeing more of you!

11:23 PM  
Blogger juliana said...

thank you dennis and thank you anonymous dearest!

2:06 AM  
Blogger my name is fake said...

I just realised something.

Im a regular at Camp 5, and i remember bumping into u a couple of times now ( u are always in a black sports top right?) . I also remember you & your friends taking traversing/smearing/technique classes with Patrick. And i didnt know that you were Juliana Ibrahim..

so today at my parents hse, i was reading some old papers, there was a feature with u on the front page and i went " where have i seen this girl before??" . then when i went to this blog, kinda confirms it's you. :P

but anyway, we'll prob bump into each other at C5 again :)

11:29 PM  
Blogger juliana said...

say hello when u do okay? and mm u should continue ur blog.. for fun :)

6:50 PM  

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