9 p.m. – 1 a.m. – Paul
1 a.m. – 5 a.m. – Kenny
5 a.m. – 9 a.m. – Suanie
9 a.m. – 1 p.m. – ShaolinTiger
1 p.m. – 5 p.m. – Peter
5 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Minishorts
I just woke up, it’s 1pm now and I’m in a hotel in a posh part of Manila, Phillipines, I finished work last night around midnight, I have little to no idea what I’m going to blog about..
I’ll follow Kenny’s lead in a way, and say if there’s anything you want to ask me, anything you don’t know about me, or any questions you have about any subject I might know the answer too feel free to ask in a comment below, and I’ll try my best to blog about it.
PLEASE sign up and make a pledge here:Bloggers Are Morons / Hospice-At-Home-Programme, Penang branch (under the Malaysia National Cancer Society)
Anything will make a difference, $1, $5 whatever you can afford to give will be appreciated.
We currently have 28 sponsors at the time I’m posting this.
To quote Peter Tan:
On August 6 this year, bloggers worldwide are banding together to blog every thirty minutes for twenty four hours straight. We are doing this all in the name of charity. I will be blogging with five others here for the Hospice-at-Home-Programme. The programme provides palliative care for patients with terminal cancer. One has to go through those last few months with someone who is dying from cancer to be able to fully understand why their work is so important. I have gone through it and I can only say that without the Hospice’s support, it would have been very difficult to manage those final days of someone I truly loved. When all hope is lost, the only thing left that we can do is to let them die with dignity. This is exactly what the Hospice is helping families of dying patients do.
It’s a good cause, and it’s good to do something in the name of charity, so make a pledge, spent a little money and support us by leaving loads of comments.
I’ll be on 9am to 1pm Sunday morning.