Singapore - where are you?! #bringjohnmayertosingapore there has to be -scores- of Singaporean John Mayer fans out there!
Come on, people, let’s get this started: #bringjohnmayertosingapore!
Absolutely adorable. RT @KrisAllen4Real: Look who is sitting in my car? http://twitpic.com/n6y32
John Mayer in London, Jan 18th, £30/ticket (not including possible extra admin charges), WHO’S WITH ME? tell me before 9am GMT-1 Wed28/10!
Espero que él puede hacer los cambios que él expresó.
Asistí la conferencia del Presidente de Ecuador ayer por el Union de Oxford. Él habló mucho sobre la justicia social y ayudando los pobres.
Why is Great Tom ringing non-stop? Wiki search: “Great Tom is still sounded 101 times every night… at 21:05” - ohhh.
Here, here! Kids are made out of tougher stuff - or should be. RT @malinian: http://bit.ly/WFcmO — THANK YOU.
Famed Venezuelan music education program adopted -... →
“This is a huge tool, message, and inspiration to all of us who believe serious arts have a significant role in education and society much deeper than what we’ve experienced,’’ said Mark Churchill, the conservatory dean serving as director of El Sistema USA. “What it’s about is using the highest level of arts education, musical education to bring about social change.’’
This book has the word ‘bloke’ in it. I don’t like that -...– Tom Waters
Woke up because of a FIRE DRILL at 6 o’Clock in the morning. Ughhh. For our good, yes, but def no fun.
Oh, glorious capitalism, how enslaved we are to you.
Clearly, it is more impt to ensure that price tags are stuck fast to products than to ensure that tags can be removed for product use.
So, funny story. Today, as I was walking down St. Michael’s Street, after finally joining the Oxford Union for the year - digression here: the Oxford Union section is so lovely; you’d never think such a space would be there, if you hadn’t seen it for yourself, it’s sort of random and therefore hidden - when I saw that shop sign I always only glimpsed whilst walking up or...
Congratulations to all the Oxford Freshers who matriculated today! Extra love to Pembroke!
The typical Oxford day is a quiet one; buried in reading, lost in libraries.
I don’t believe in Christ; I believe Christ. There’s a fundamental difference.
Studying Abroad, Abroad (repetition intentional).
“Hello, I’m Limmy, I’m a Visiting Student from Tufts, but I’m originally from Singapore.” If I had a penny for every time I’ve said that… And here we are, on Sunday, 11th October 2009. I’ve officially been in England for a full week now, and I feel as though I’ve finally been given permission to exhale - Phew. Mm. That feels good. ...
Must. Write. Paper. Ahhh.
I don’t understand this - Skype works on my network, but not Adium! Weird.
Name Bop tonight, took a while to think of this, but I’m going as a Lime. (Lime-y, Lim-y, hurh hurh.)
Finishing Thoughts on the Land of Smiles
I’ve always been a good starter of things, but an inconsistent finisher. I’ve resolved to rectify that. So here I am, returning to write about the short trip my Mum and I took to Bangkok this summer. I had intended to continue blogging on a daily basis from my sister’s iPod Touch, but alas, the limited nature of battery power worked against me. Which means that instead of the...
Still slightly shell-shocked at being a first-year again.
She packed her bags last night, pre-flight.
I fly in 2 hours & 55 minutes for the UK. It feels natural to leave. I haven’t been very emotional about this whole affair at all. 5 months is too long to wait, un-applied and unoccupied with a meaty internship or project. The weird part is, I have close to no images about how my life will look like after I get there tonight. My path of thought just goes right off the cliff, sharply...
Watched - no, -devoured- all 12 episodes of Warehouse 13 in under a week. SO. GOOD. #Warehouse13 watch, people, watch!