On Sunday, Team Artello (minus Lizhen) had dinner at Kenny Rogers at Marina Square with Kang Jun and Janneth. It was a combined dinner for both of them since we wanted to show our appreciation for teaching and guiding us for months for the former, and a gathering before the latter goes into BMT.
Food was great! Great because they had my macaroni and cheese I remember back in the past, I refused to eat Kenny Rogers if they had no mac and cheese.
The Man paid it all :mrgreen: and refused to take any of our money. He said that all we needed to do was train hard for National Championships.
Jolene‘s not too happy she’s on the left
The finals for SRRR were held at the Singapore River itself on Saturday. It was a very tiring experience for me because I had no rest the night before and had a full day ahead.
Everything was delayed. So Geok Cheng, Teresa and I met Jolene at Clark Quay MRT station only to head to MacDonald’s for breakfast. I think I kind of snoozed while everything was being set up. At 10 a.m. (when the first match of TP 1 and Monsters Inc. was supposed to start), the guys were still fixing the goal post and the lines. So Jolene, Joan and I went to MacDonald’s again where I had my second breakfast.
(Note to self: Depression can either starve you or stuff you.)
We were supposed to play our final two matches on Saturday. But the night before the matches, I received two news that affected me. One was that a team (Torrent) pulled out so we were to play with TP 2. The second news was that we were short of one man–Joycelyn met with a motorbike accident and was unable to play.
I would have thought that my team would be pretty demoralized on the day itself. Perhaps it was because of Joycelyn’s injury. Perhaps it was because she still came down and gave us her full support. Or perhaps it was the final match.
We played… well, rather well
On my personal side, I was actually a bit depressed and down due to several factors. Not to mention I was let down once again. I really should not have hoped too much but I guess one can never really stop hoping, eh?
I guess a surprise visit from an old friend cheered me up. After all, semi-professional photographs of my team would be a bonus
Chasing for the second ball…
… and I got it! Acrobat wins the Vamp!
Well, the annual Singapore River Raft Race (SRRR) Canoe Polo Competition started on Saturday. Looks like my team has a long way to go before the Pesta Sukan National Championships.
I realised I look pretty retarded. And for your info, I’m #8.
Remember that Nadine’s agenda for you girls:
- Kick Naddy’s ass and whack Naddy’s head as hard as you can when she has the sian diao face. (Stoning face counts as well.)
- Constant whackings on Naddy’s head will do her good. (Be careful of concussion.)
- Remind Naddy not to look for anyone in the viewers’ stand.
- Tell Naddy how much you love her.
But please beware:
- Push Naddy into the pool and get ready for a flare up.
- Pull her braids and she’ll throw her temper at you.
- Say “F you lah!” in Naddy’s face (whether you mean it or not) will result in serious consequences.
Naddy loves all of you. I’m serious.