I did my medical check-up in September, and confirmed what I already suspected - that I've high cholesterol. What surprised me was that it wasn't just high, it was extremely high.
It's due to a combination of my love for pig's spare parts, mutton, chips and other sorts of crisps plus this high cholesterol thingy runs in my family.
I can't change my genetics, so, looks like I have to work towards changing my diet.
This is gonna be tough especially since I discovered this gem of a place in Sg Way which does pork soup and the appearances of JCo & Big Apple's glazed donuts which I adore.
Will I be able to resist the calls of my chee-yun and glazed donuts? As it is, I'm already drooling as I type this out.
It gonna take a lot of effort to resist, but I have to remember that my cholesterol level's not going to be able to tahan anymore.
2. Change my MP and State Assemblyman.
Remember Lulu's diet plan?
Remember No More Oyster Fried Mihun?
For those of you who do not know, Oyster's Lulu's State Assemblyman and Fried Mihun is the MP.
Thanks to MCA itself with a lot of help from the Fried Mihun MP, the Oyster is probably not going to be running in Kg Tunku come the next GE. [erh.... i'm not sure if he already knows this] You could say that
The Fried Mihun definetly needs to be replaced. In terms of policies and nation building, she has added very little value. Whatever her role is in parliament has been curbed by their Masters. She and her other comrades have been reduced to nothing but yes-men. By staying silent in issues, she has consented the spiralling downhill of this nation.
As with all diets, this diet requires effort and sacrifice. Lulu has already responded to Tony Pua's call for volunteers.
Are you also concerned about the condition of this nation?
Do you look at what's happening in the nation at this point of time and extrapolate it to when your children become adults and get really worried?
Would you like to join Lulu in her diet plan?
All sorts of help is required.
The most urgent and at the same time, the simplest to fulfil is to be a polling agent. Polling agents sit in the polling station on Election Day to mark the names on the electoral rolls every time when a voter walks in. Elections are usually held on a Sunday, and if it is a weekday, then a public holiday is declared. You need not take leave to play this role.
I resolve to work at keeping my resolutions lest they end us as fantasies.
It has been a difficult 2007 for Malaysia, I pray for a better 2008!
Have a Happy New Year!