Internet had been very screwy lately, even can’t even access yahoo mail or even google.com, me wonders how I survived without internet when I was a kid… Oh yea there was still the invention called TV back then…

:mrgreen:At least now I can tell which site are locally based, depending on their access speeds… Those at the other end of the globe – hello Timeout! Mmm a good reason to do homework on a rainy Wednesday night, oh yea did I mentioned that there was track training today? Yea but I went to the gym instead, been 2 weeks since I did so, guess I will have a hard time getting out of bed tomorrow, if I could-just-feel-my-arms…

And now onto topic – Since my Standard Charted Marathon last December, my right second toe had developed an under-nail blood clot. Presumably from the repeated “strike cycles” it gets from my running shoe. Ironically the clot only developed on my master foot/leg & it’s all black & ulgy!

But that was weeks ago. But I woke up one day last week discovering that my toe turned white! (don’t laugh). So it’s unlike the ulgy black duckling, umm – Toe stuck between a crown of jewels – it’s all white now! But heck this is no case of a white swan though – it’s still all wiggly and shaky… like milk tooth, AND that is bad because you won’t stop meddling with it… Well maybe when it pops out, the tooth fairy will come, only if there are nail fairies…

This toe nail thing, remarkably sparked a whole new talk in my track team about toes -toe talk, which seems to be a rather common victim for us runners. For starters just look at yours – is your big toe the longest or your second? it differs greatly between individuals though, then theres the whole assortment of shoes for different feet types, very interesting science of toes, wonder why there ain’t any undergraduate programs for that…

Today is the first prep day for SP Spinnovex 2007. Interestingly if I have not mentioned this yet, my lecturer”die die” want to display my prototype project models – even before it was graded! Bhwarrr! At first I didn’t kinda approve of it considering that it’s a final year exhibition & I am only in second year! But I let it pass as the only words he seems the chant to himself while clenching the model tightly, was: “my preciooousss…”

Other than that, it had been quite hectic lately in campus rushing projects & stuffs, most of seniors are all beyond reach & even the teachers are all too busy for consultation, oh well…

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