Tuesday, May 27, 2008
My Boocheeboo nyer makan. Kalau tinggal 1 bar, dia makan RM60 nyer banquet. Kalau 2 bars + 33 km only, RM50.
First pegi spital, last Thursday 22 May 2008, kena nearly RM200.
Accoustic insulator - RM83.00
Battery terminal protector (small) - Rm4.00
All below is RM 110.69
Element S/A (X369,690,X472-DOM,UK)
P2-Genuine oil semi synthetic 5W/30 4L
P2-Auto Transmission (Myvi 2.20L)
Service Tax is RM1.75
So overall, RM199.45.
Aku pegi masa lunch...heret my colleague pegi Balakong. So, kena reserve and pay a bit more la...sebab nak service yang tangkas.
Ok tak? Guer still new dalam taking care of my Boocheeboo. So, a bit bercelaru.
Thanks Kak Nor (9W2ERL) kerana sudi mendengar keluh-kesah and promised to take me there. Takut tak sempat, 1 day pegi balek keja dah 70km, at the time yang Rina bagitau to you, dah capai 1000 km. Tuh yang percepatkan masa pegi service.
Thanks to Kak Ramlah yang call and reserve the slot for me, also temankan pegi tunjuk jalan and bersabar with my driving skills nih.
Ok, honestly I start with zero. Nada! Aku tak penah bawak keta and tak penah tau cara nak maintain keta. So, bear with me.
There will be a lot of stories regarding the upkeeping of my Boocheeboo.
Uh, by the way....Boocheeboo is my car. My love for the pass 1 month ++. I gave him that name since Boocheeboo is loosely translated as my angel or my sweetheart. And yes, for me the car is a male since I have no idea how it works. It just....works...mysteriously. Also, male since it protects me from the big bad motorists.
Sorry if the term is misleading. Of course I have Boocheeboo 1, Boocheeboo 2, 3 and 4. And yes, I refer all of them, either mechanical or humans as Boocheeboo. They are after all my sweethearts. And yes, the name itself refers to something else. But then, it is a private thing between me and my other Boocheeboo. And of course, my lips are shut. What, you want me to kiss and tell?
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The race of man shall perish, but the eyes
Of trilobytes eternal in stone,
And seem to stare about in mild surprise
At changes greater than they have yet known.
- T.A. Conrad
To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
And eternity in an hour.
- William Blake,
excerp from Auguries of Innocence.