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iBridge Camp 2008

iBridge Camp 2008 registration (at Malacca) is open.
But I'm not signing up.

Honest speaking, I didn't like it in 2007 thus I do not want to make another mistake again.

It's weird that I dreamt about myself being in the camp.
There were probably about 15 participants only.

The camp site was just a bungalow area with huge compound that has parking system.
As a car drives in, the counter will get incremented by 1.
We could all sit in a car and go out.
I remembered, it was the last day.
The leader said that even though there is only one session left, that one sesion would drag till evening -> I was thinking if I was able to go home or had to stay another night.


natz said…
Frankly speaking... I wasn't quite into the programme itself.

But the people and friends are what I'm going for anyways :)
mei yi said…
anna, i know, i'm teruk la.. :D
for me, i'm a bit anti-social, so susah sikit lo.
Shirokishi said…
What's iBridge?
ww said…
hoho … ;P meiyi and anna - me too ler

neither am I really “into” camps – yeah, same anti-social tendencies –it takes effort and energy to go into “puppy mode” ie. wag my tail non-stop for 3 days ;P ( ie. smile and say “hi, my name is XX” )

but I am going ler – don’t know what I hope to get out of it – wishful thinking: some divine thunderbolt about “work problem/job issue”? ( thorn-in-the-flesh for past 5 years )

also, it’s good to meet people from different backgrounds – helps to broaden our perspective :P
mei yi said…
Shirokishi : check out the link in the post

ww: u r going huh? u have to la. u r exco member kan? i dono lar friend...... i didn't remember u joining me, but pei sun came along with me.. funny or not!!
Josi3 said…
Hey gal,

dont feel intimidated to go there by urself... I believe that it would give u an opportunity to get to know more ppl from diverse Christian denomination and background and also gain some wonderful insights and experience from the Camp.

Do consider abt going to the camp=)
crazyyakuzaishi said…
maybe this year's camp different from last year? :)
mei yi said…
dowan la. u also never join with me :(
closing date d..

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