Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Monday, June 29, 2009
i am really a sucker for this story.
however, i am more selective, only reading the parts i wanna read. lagi teruk huh.
anyway, might go cold turkey soon. the other 3 books will be returned to their owners tomorrow and thursday, while i can still keep the first book for as long as i want. hahahaha.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
ok....a compilation of this week's photos again.
first to start....transformer 2. hehe...can't help it .
all our tickets. hate the seats. the reviews in the newspaper have not been very positive either. i have finally seen the trailer on tv, no wonder they say the movie is not good. the whole storyline is already revealed in the trailer! too much.our heavily-transfatted meal in mcdonalds before the movie started.
Friday, June 26, 2009
it was good to finally come to an end with the book. the ending was kinda not as exciting as i hoped it would be. so i guess the roller coaster ride with the book came to and end. dunno how else to describe the emotional ride with the 4 books. i think roller coaster ride suits it best.
will i read the book again? dun think so....i am never the type who read a book twice. but some of the scenes from the books will definitely stay in me.
back to reality now. tomorrow have to work. sigh....then have to go down to kl to meet my exboss from england who is here with his family before they head to redang island. it is going to be exhausting.
june is coming to and end....then july. yeah...birthday month. haha...the joy of getting older, you just dun mind counting now. hmmhh...what am i gonna do for myself to celebrate?
Thursday, June 25, 2009
There is always someone in the world waiting for someone else, whether in the middle of the desert or in the heart of some big city. And when these two people’s paths cross and their eyes meet, the whole of the past and the whole of the future lose all importance, and there only exists that moment and that incredible certainty that everything under the Sun was written by the very same Hand. The Hand that awakens Love and creates a sister soul for everyone who works, rests and seeks treasures under the Sun. Were it not for this, the dreams of the human race would make no sense.
from paulo coelho's warrior of light.
but i am sure i am finishing today.
part of the 'wake up' was from the fact that i stopped reading the book for the whole day. so i guess that one day absence did the trick. and another reason is because i suddenly just guessed the plot while i was in the toilet while brushing my teeth. yeah, toilet is my source of inspiration.
my premonition was totally right. i dunno about the ending though...but i will find out.
i guess now i better run through why i was so engaged and affected by the story at the beginning. it must be the tenderness, fragility and passion shared by the characters.
well, no more of my crazy talk....sigh....back to some boring posts.
i have enjoyed that frenzy pace...it was fun while it lasted.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
dun read if you dun want know any spoiler...not that i am planning to reveal anything about the plot anyway.
well, waaaaa....i dun fell the kind of high i felt when i watched the first movie. the wow factor is gone since it is more of a familiarisation tour this time around. i dunno why i feel this way. it could be where i was sitting- row D, yeah the fourth row from the screen. so all the fight scenes were like metal against metal all lumped together. i really hate that seating. if i were further at the back, i wonder if i would have felt differently.
however, those who went with me also did not come out impressed. everyone was just ok. they said the trailer was exciting but not the movie. so they have taken all the exciting scenes in the trailer then i guess.
it was kind of dragy too. 2 hours and 3o mins, flat. megan fox was sexy...well they really focus on that part at the beginning, but as the movie moves on, she was more like a deco in the male and robot dominated movie. the new female villain stole the limelight though.
hmmh....i might go and watch the movie again, i believe it is good. but i just need to get a better seat.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
it was a restless sleep last night, in fact i think i did not catch any sleep at all as i remember the countless times i was turning and tossing around trying to find sleep.
i am sure the restlessness came from reading breaking dawn. the whole story is really making me tipsy and adrenalin is on full gear throughout the night. the fast pace is definitely not good for bed time, hence the restlessness later.
i am trying to grab a grip of the ground now since i have reached book 2 in the book (those who have read should know whose view it is from...better not spoil it for ppl who haven't read yet). so it is not as intensed. in fact, i think it is slowly wearing out of me....which is not a bad thing. the books have been like parasites, sucking the life out of me and turning everything into a daze.
i am now trying to kick my enthusiasm for transformer tonight but am having some trouble still. well, the kids are more excited and envious when they know what i am up to. maybe i will put their excitement in me. please let the movie be as good (better is preferred) as the first one. 2 hours and 30 mins should be a breeze then.
Monday, June 22, 2009
it is like sleep wandering, you are not sure what you are doing and the things around you still keep revolving.
i have got my hand on breaking dawn and i can't wait to sink deeper into the story. but i have a nagging feeling that it is going to be a journey full with frustration over how the relationship(s) are building up in the story. urrrgghhh!!! i better not spoil it for ppl who haven't read the book.
i wonder if i am going to be soo emotional and cry over the ending??? is there a scene which will make me cry?
well, i have screamed in frustrations while reading eclipse. so let me just let go of whatever suppressed feeling i have in me and ignore my screaming if you hear it coming out of my room.
what adjectives are there to describe my state? emotionally disturbed? emotionally unstable? gullible? desperate? crazy? mad? over-reacting?
Sunday, June 21, 2009
i am more rational now but i think it is still not close to normal standard. edward is still etched everywhere i go and in everything i see.
the craze should end by this week when i am done with breaking dawn. by tomorrow i will be starting the last book...gosh....it has to end sometime. then there will be a break on tuesday for transformer...hmmhh...i wonder if i should bring the book along to ipoh. haha...
anyway, i will definitely have the books with me in ipoh- i have received orders to buy the books. yup, 2 and a half box sets. haha...i am sure i will try hard to fight the temptation to take the book out of the box to read it while waiting for the movie to start.
gosh, the movie is going to be 2 hours and 30 mins. i hope it is going to be good. i can't wait to see optimus prime and bumblebee again.
ok...i am wasting my precious seconds here by typing when my mind has already flitted back to the book. eerrhhh...i dun like werewolves.
Saturday, June 20, 2009
hence, there is a need to add a stretch of colours now.
the sky has been bright everyday so there is no excuse not to go for a brisk walk. yup, no more jogging for me. i dun think my feet can take the strain. i am just staying with brisk walk.
so this is the palm oil estate i have to pass through first before reaching another stretch of road heading to jalan paku, the stretch of road for jogging. this estate is just 10 m away from my house.
the housing area is next. just go straight.
and as in every holiday, there is bound to be after holiday souvenir from colleagues who went overseas for their holidays. this piece of batik cloth is from a group of colleagues who went to bali. i am not going to sew it into anything. at the moment, it is functioning as a blanket on cooler nights when i decide not to switch on the air-conditiner....trying to be environmentally friendly.
last but not least, what a near miss. the thick branch just fell without any warning in the afternoon when we were having a meeting. two cars were hit but not mine. it was just inches away. phew!
does it reflect my own state now?? or the lack of it which makes me cringe everytime edward and bella share their intimacy. the more i read, the more i realise or can feel the void and hollowness in me. i am only human and a vulnerable one at this.
we had to attend a talk at the work place this morning regarding ways to manage stress and healthy eating. there was a warm-up slot where you had to close your eyes and relax and do gestures or small movements instructed. and oh boy, what a 'vision' i had when i close my eyes in my own world. ...............if you can't stand corny stuff....stop reading now.........................................no reward for guessing what came to me. sigh....edward. (muahahahaha) the sound on the microphone told us all to relax, and all i could see was edward. the sound told us to turn our head to the left and right, and i imagined edward breathing onto my neck and throat. the sound told me to put my palms up on my lap and curl my fingers, and i curled mine imagining edward's were in mine. the sound told us to smile, and i did albeit a sad one coming from the realisation that my life is void from the kind of love expressed in the book.
sad huh. this piece seems more suitable in a personal diary but i dun think i want to bottle up this feeling.
i wonder if i would feel the same way if i had read twilight in my teen. well, i had all my lovey dovey doses of mills and boons in secondary school mind you, but it was not the same. why am i feeling this way? i tried to remember the last romance novel i read but i guess they all ended up happily ever after and did not have as much pain as in this one.
well, this kind of melancholy will still be around me for few days no doubt. i have eclipse with me now and breaking dawn is coming on monday. i am just getting online to do some chores and then i will start the book. i won't be able to put it down once i start.
Friday, June 19, 2009
but i am onto the second book today. in fact, i think i am not going to put the book down today and i might even finish it by tonight. oh, someone please help me.
i need to have the third dose as well. i can't stop with this adventure.
i am definitely not craving for the movie. those who have watched the movie after reading the book said it was not good. but those who only watched the movie without reading the book said it was good. so it just proves that reading is always better. i dun think they can transfer the intensity and details onto the big screen. no....definitely not.
all right...i have to get back to the book now....yes, i am at work but the book is with me. borrowed again. now, where do i find the third book today??
Thursday, June 18, 2009
i am still reading the book...only because i am slowly savouring every line in the page and not rush through it. the longer it is the better. i know how sometimes you can't wait to flip the pages of a good book. but with this interesting book, i dun want the story to end so soon. gosh, i wish it is as thick as a dictionary.
i also limit myself to reading the book in the confine of my own bedroom. sounds crazy, but i dun want to be disturbed. i want the story to stay in my room only and not leak into a bigger space.
photos of robert pattinson surfacing almost everyday in entertainment sites are not helping either. they are building up to the mtv movie awards now and twilight has been nominated for 12 awards. i am still deciding whether to watch the movie. i dun want the plot to be different than what is offered in the book. maybe i will finish the whole saga before i watch the movie. i know i can do it...look at me disciplining myself to savour each line...i have been slowly perusing the book for few days.
*gosh, do you feel like you are reading a teenager writing about her crush?
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
i thought i was not going to join the hype and read the book that all teens are gushing over....yet, when the book is available in the library (i.e. i dun have to fork out any penny to get the book), it is too tempting. still dunno which book i am reading?? twilight by stephenie meyer.
i can't get my mind of the characters of bella and edward. the images of the two actors playing these characters have been embedded in the mind since production of the first movie and they help in giving life to the characters in my head. no wonder teenagers swooned over robert pattinson. the character is such an alluring one. i have just started a few chapters yesterday. a 30-minute bedtime reading turned into 60-minute without me realising it. now, i can't wait to get back to continue reading. i can't bring the book to my workplace, i am sure all the other books will be left untouched if i did.
the head is spinning lightly because of lack of sleep. it is always hard to get back on this bed in bidor. the first night is always the worst. yesterday was better but there were many intervals when i woke up.
i am still without a laptop. still in the workshop. will call them tomorrow to check the progress. it has been 2 weeks. so posts will be a bit colourless without pictures to share.
better go finish reading today's paper so i can attack twilight as soon as the last bell rings.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
no more wandering the days in shorts and sleeveless tees the whole day and only sit in front of the computer.
i will say goodbye to my pet kept in pet society in facebook. i am sure it is already on the brink of dying.
as for the restaurant in restaurant city, well, it is going to rot and all the workers are going to be malnurished and maltreated without any food nor rest.
the plan to be a successful barn owner will perish as all harvests in barn buddy go stolen and the plants die of insect infestation and drought.
the end of the holidays is today and i did not even finish one book which i listed for my holidays reading. if it is any comfort, at least i have progressed in some chapters in rupert of hentzau and have come to the part where the king rudolf has died. that part is not the middle of the book yet. the story is getting more interesting though. will the hero, rassendyll get to be with his love, flavia in this sequel? have to read on to discover it i guess.
oh, i joined postcrossing 2 weeks ago. it is a website where you get to leave your details and if you send postcards to others around the world, you will get some as well. i sent out 5 postcards last week and one has reached the netherlands. i am waiting to get my first postcard. i hope it will be soon. i guess i am desperate for something in the mail for me. since the era of e-mail started, postman has only been sending me bills and catalogues. i have quite a collection of postcards, so this time with postcrossing, i am going to add more to it.
if you are curious, go to http://www.postcrossing.com/
Saturday, June 13, 2009
there is one now and the price of the ticket is rm50. how do i know? dad went.
Friday, June 12, 2009
it is a 2007 movie by wong kar wai.
the last line sounds like this: it wasn't so hard to cross that street after all, it all depends on who is waiting for you on the other side.
yeah...i would have crossed the road myself as the person waiting on the other side was jude law.
hmmh....it would not be so hard to fall in love, it all depends on who loves you right? agree?
and how can ppl not love blueberry pies?? blueberry is one of my favourite berries.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
a fellow blogger dropped by and gave me this link:
and i finally knew that it is actually a tick. yeah, tick tick tick.
been searching his body again for flea and tick, and thank god, no more. i tried to clean his left ear using buds but he refused. well, if those tick really do burst and kill themselves after they are full, let's hope that they do die and not leave eggs inside. aiyoh...i dare not imagine the consequences if there are eggs.
on another note...i finally found out the price of a trinity ring from cartier. i went into the boutique right and took the opp to try one lah. the price is around rm3000+/- depending the thickness of the band. waakakaka.....so i guess that one time trying might be the only time i can feel the trinity on my finger lah.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
the most important is, i did not spend any money shopping. yeah! frankly, there is nothing i need. so i better remind myself that i have all the necessities already and the extras will be extras....for the time being lah.
money for my car petrol and the toll dun include lah. i only paid rm2.50 for parking at klcc, after getting 2 hours free (aunt bought something in isetan, so got free 2 hours parking). at pavilion, we had dinner there and also got another 2 hours free and ended up paying only rm1....aunt paid.
so if you are interested to recycle your old phones and not dump them and cause hazards to the environment, you can bring them to nokia kiosk at klcc. there are 2 other places where you can go to. just search online lah. i recycled 4 mobile phones, 1 battery pack, and 4 chargers. 2 of the phones were mine- my first motorola then the samsung.
the stupid thing with the machine is, it has to be restarted everytime one transaction finished. something was wrong with the running of one of the programmes in the computer. and everytime i need to put in another item into the machine, i had to type my name, contact no and ic no. so i actually keyed in all the above details 9 times! at first the assistants managing the nokia booth were not friendly at all. i was standing there looking at the kiosk while 3 of the assistants were busy smsing. i had to call one of the nearest ones to me to guide me in using the machine. those assistants are really dungu and a waste of money i tell you. if i din call for help, i am sure i would be standing there till the sun set. one guy who wanted to do something at the kiosk was facing trouble and no one bothered to help...in the end, he just left.
but the seafood was good.
Monday, June 08, 2009
i have sinned again today. remember i said that i was not going to shop for a while? well, i never thought that 'a while' was really so short really.
the temptation to spend money came all the way from melbourne australia.
we got a call the other day saying that swarovski crystal store was having sale in aussie and their things were going at 30-50% discount. how could one not skip a beat in the heart hearing that?
then i got online and managed to have a conversation with those in australia and see some of the pendants on sale. bracelets and ear-rings, i am not that keen. i love their rings, but after discount, they are still too expensive for my budget.
today, we did the transaction live over phone. they were there at the store and i could here the store bustling with the crowd because it was a public holiday. above are the two pendants i have got. i won't be seeing them till october i think. but the damage has been made. the mini stonehenge pendant costs A$50 and eros pendant costs A$60. the prices here are after discount.
the prices are ok right??
well, it is too late to do anything, and no....i am not going to sell them nor am i regretting. hahahah...
but i am keeping my fingers crossed that i won't be spending money tomorrow in klcc and pavilion. have to go to get aunt's watch and then meet cousin for dinner. yippee. dun spend money. dun spend money. dun spend money.
Sunday, June 07, 2009
and guess who misses the tortoise? beanie. he went to the basin and searched high and low for it.
Saturday, June 06, 2009
it has been a while since i last been there...can't even remember the last time i went. i know i haven't been on the new rides so it was the opportunity.
went on most of the rides except cyclone and corkscrew. corkscrew was not operating on that day. we had no time for cyclone.
we were stuck in the queue for a long time for the rides. the most exciting would have been corkscrew. i remember being on it for 6 trips without getting down when i went with pikkien, yunli and siawfong last time. there was just no one in the park. hmmh...come to think of it, i think that was the last time i went to the park.
ok, so no corkscrew, then the most exciting on that day was spaceshot. thank god i had been on similar rides in gold coast, so this one was all right. used the same trick. haha....look up! hence, no fear.
the spinner (swing-like ride) was really a woozy one. those who could not take it could throw up after getting down from the ride...just like one of our group members. haha....and he wanted to challenge me on all the rides. those who get queasy easily should not go on this one.
the weather that day was cold...brr...really....we were hugging our jackets. strong winds and fog. and i thought we were in the midst of global warming. hmmh.....well, glad we experienced the cold...that is what genting highlands is known for right.
well, the end of my 3-day trip. for rm130, i managed to do quite a lot right??
i read an article in the star published 2 years ago about them letting ppl to visit the factory and how the writer felt like the character charlie and the chocolate factory. so my expectation was high.
well, as you know, i was disappointed. i din feel anything like charlie. i dun even feel like roald dahl. basically they show u video on the manufacturing process of chocolate and then they focused more on the different mouldings and packagings. sigh. that was over in about 10 mins. then the brought you to see the different machines used (all behind glass) and voila, the end of the tour.
oh not yet, how can we forget the store where you will get 5% discount for all your purchases.
all in all, this stop took us only 30 mins.
then we headed to sunway pyramid which should only be a stone's throw away right? unfortunately the driver went out all the way to federal highway and then back to sunway. still, only 30 mins. what if he took kesas? 10 mins???
had so many hours to spend in sunway. we only had to board the bus at 4p.m.
so i was looking for a place for either a massage or a facial to use up the time. and i found it in 'reborn'. it is a massage parlour on lg1. i took their foot massage and full body massage package. only rm110. one hour for each. my feet felt so relieved after that massage but i can't say the same about my body. gosh, when she pressed those strained points, they were really painful. she said my right shoulder was especially stiff. i had expected that. i could feel all the muscles there screaming with tears coming out when she pressed the right side. the left was all right. gosh, such a big difference.
the massage ended at 1p.m. time for lunch.and i went to canton-i as recommended by pikkien. time for something plain. the food here is delicious but a bit expensive. i ordered wanton noodles (rm14) and we also ordered a plate of honey roasted pork aka charsiew and roast chicken (rm24.90!!). the rest ordered dumpling noodles, fried noodles with shredded chicken and mushroom and 5 combination rice.
the charsiew was heavenly though. the roast chicken was nothing special. that meal came to around rm110. expensive hor??? but luckily it is good.
i still had 2 hours to kill. wanted to do a facial at institut clarins but the therapist was out. well, save money. so decided to get newspaper and found a place to read it while waiting for time to come.
on the way to bukit tinggi, had a fight with the bus driver in the bus. i thought the driver knew where we were going. he never asked the exact location. i knew we were going to selesa resorts but he thought we were going to berjaya resorts. so when the bus passed the turning to selesa, i knew something was not right. so i asked someone to go and asked (i was never in charge of the trip ok). the driver said something about that way was a less steep way so i thought he had another way of going. mana tau, he brought us all the way to berjaya...the entrance. then he started shouting how come we never told him this and that. gosh, i had to pacify him although i wanted to scream at him at the same time. the sky was not dark yet so no problem. i comforted him that the way was going downhill now, so his bus would not be suffering. he told me how the company's bus once 'died' because of bukit tinggi. yadda yadda yadda.
well, luckily we arrived safe and sound and the bus driver calmed down and we could talk without any anger. phew! in fact, he treated me better after that. hahaha.
there was nothing to do for the night but luckily we had the pool. spent an hour there....so relaxing.
i think i have attacked the main must-eat outlets in melaka in that one day.
first to come: chung wah chicken rice ball. this is my second time here so it is quite easy to find this place. we were there before 12noon so we got our tables as soon as we were there. yippee!!!
my table ordered 20 rice balls and 2 plates of chicken. sad to say, the chicken rice ball is not as fragrant and delicious as last time. the ooomph is missing. it is actually quite plain. however, the smooth chicken made up for the disappointment. in fact, all chopsticks were headed towards the chicken instead of the rice balls. last time, it was to the riceballs first. their chicken is different because there is the strong smell of ginger and something else i can't name. so lunch was settled.
and since we were just outside jonker walk, we decided to head in. this is where we discovered jonker dessert 88.....the famous cendol store.the cendol store takes half of the shop lot while the other half is shared by a noodle store. it is rm1.70 for a bowl of baba cendol which is what i ordered. the gula melaka was to die for. it was so thick and condensed. but it was a bit too sweet when it gets to the last few scoops. the fish balls in the noodles store was too tempting, so we ordered a bowl. it was only rm3 and we did not regret ordering. the balls were springy and fresh. waaa....and cheap. we took our bowls into the shop lot and found a place inside the long shop lot. hah...finally i get to enjoy a meal inside a proper baba-nyonya heritage lot.
night time...you must not miss the satay celup!!! there are other satay celup shops but this is the original and the best! i have tried another before in my last trip to melaka.
the walk there was worth it. we had to pass through small lanes, turnings and stopped twice to asked for directions. one chinese apek was so good to wait for us at the small junction that we would have missed if not for his kind action. even malay know of this place.
my fear of the food not reaching the expectation was erased when we saw ppl queueing outside the shop when we reached at 7 plus. the shop opens at 5.30p.m.
there are only about 8 or 9 tables so you have to wait for sure. i was there on a tuesday. imagine if you go on saturday or friday. i cannot imagine how long the queue will be.
Friday, June 05, 2009
my journey started at 1a.m. when i boarded the bus in tm. managed to get a little sleep in the bus although it was uncomfortable. we reached melaka before 5a.m. but we did not get out of the highway. official time reaching the city centre was 7.30a.m. dun ask me why we had to set out that early to melaka. i was only one of the paid customers on board. but oh-boy, was i glad i did my homework before leaving and i had my printed map along. i played guide to a group of 22 who decided to follow me (the other group consisted of 2 adults and 14 teens).
weather was perfect albeit a bit too hot. the sun was bright and there were only some clouds in the sky. luckily i brought my umbrella along. haha....sediakan payung sebelum hujan.
this was my transport to melaka...nooo...not the BIG one. the grey on at the bottom. haha...the bus was parked here the whole day and we actually passed the bus twice in our rounds of the city. i did not realise melaka city is this small. well, it makes it perfect for walking tours. the tourism dept should have a walking tour map of the city.
we did not go to the maritime museum because it was not open when we were there. it was only opened at 9a.m. so we decided to go photo taking before the places got crowded.
Maritime Museum is constructed after 'Flora De La Mar', the Portuguese ship that sank off the Coast of Malacca on its way to Portugal. With its hull laden with invaluable treasures seized from Malacca, the ship was doomed from existence had it not for the efforts to Malacca's heritage. At the museum, visitor can get a closer look at Malacca from the famed Malay Sultanate of the 14th century to the Portuguese era, the Dutch era and the British era. There are exhibits of foreign ships that had once called at the port of Malacca during the height of its maritime hegemony.
we walked towards the stadhuys and on the way we passed this fort. i think this was discovered not long ago when they were doing digging work for the quayside project. it was located strategically next to melaka river.
and the day was still early. it was not even 9a.m.!!! we decided to sit around this area while waiting for the next attraction to open at 9. everyone was glad for the recess and time to wipe away all the sweats while quenching our thirst.
the palace is more impressive on the outside actually. inside, it was not as impressive and i thought the curator (??) did quite a shoddy job. they had mannequins in traditional customes, but the fabric used was not of real top-notch quality one. you can see frayed seams and colours fading on them. what a shame.
next stop: menara taming sari.
eye on malaysia from the top of the tower. with the tower providing all the bird's eye view, who need the wheel?
Located in the popular district of Bandar Hilir on Jalan Merdeka, only 3 minutes’ walk from Mahkota Parade Shopping Complex and Dataran Pahlawan Megamall, the tower is named after the Taming Sari keris, a mythical weapon said to possess mystical powers belonging to the legendary Malay warrior, Hang Tuah. Even the structure’s design follows the shape of the keris, with the peak of the tower resembling the its hilt.
Built using advanced Swiss technology, the tower’s structure is reportedly tough enough to withstand earthquakes measuring up to 10 on the Richter scale. Able to accommodate 80 people per viewing session, which lasts about 7 minutes, the glass cabin hypnotically revolves as it rises from the ground to the top of the tower.
then it was food time. everyone was very hungry due to the dawn-breakfast. where did i bring them? gosh, i had a food list in hand and i managed to go to 3 out of the 5 i had listed. consider that good because we only started food hunting for lunch.
*the descriptions in brown are from melaka.net and www.malacca.ws
Monday, June 01, 2009
the first thing i printed from the printer is a map of central melaka so i won't lose my directions. haha...it is not complicated at all....but i need the names of the streets to cari-cari makan as well.
it is going to be a hot hot day no doubt, but i am going to go armed with an umbrella and a bottle of water. maybe some ice-kacang and cendol can cool me down.
so see you when i get back.
................oh shit!! i have just checked the weather forecast of melaka....thunderstorm!!! i checked 2 pages...and both have the same prediction. WAAAAA!!!! how many fingers do i have to cross to change the weather prediction?