A Dreamy Sunday

Hi Bunny,

I finally got you flowers today. Not roses but a combination of chrysanthemum and the like. It was when I passed that flower stall that I saw another stall which had roses for sale. Oh well, I think you wouldn’t mind.

It was a nice morning walk at the SS2 morning market. Was suddenly craving for nasi lemak so I got myself a packet. Mummy went to get her supply of chicken. The kind that is slaughtered as and when a customer places an order.

In the afternoon, we went for a session of foot reflexology. It was so good that I felt asleep. Attending to me was this Chinese chap…oh mamma mia! I’ll be coming back for more!

Washed the car. It has been like what….2 months? Yea, I’m can be bloody lazy I know. The car looks like a car now. Did I ever tell you that I love my car more and more each passing day?

Dinner in Kepong. Had bah kut teh. It was also so good, I had to have another bowl of rice. It has been a long time since I ate like that, I mean having an extra bowl of rice and all. It was a very hearty meal. Did I tell you I had crabs last night? It was also very good. Eating is a kind of joy I must say.

There’s this video clip that you must watch. CLICK!

I dreamed a dream in time gone by,
When hope was high and life, worth living.
I dreamed that love would never die,
I dreamed that God would be forgiving.
Then I was young and unafraid,
And dreams were made and used and wasted.
There was no ransom to be paid,
No song unsung, no wine, untasted.

Dreaming of you,

3 responses to “A Dreamy Sunday”

  1. Maybe I’m bias, but Ruthie Henshall’s version has always been my favourite. Her voice… oh yeah, she appeared on John Barrowman’s musical series and sang that too, albeit a more jazz pop version then – it’s available on Youtube too.

    But her performance at the 10th Anniversary Les Miserables has always given me the chills, even though I’ve watched it for more than 50 times now. To me she’s THE Fantine – have never seen anyone pull off that role better than her.

    *starts bashing the musical egoistic part of me, covers my mouth in duct tape, and skips away.* :d

  2. If you can, get the 10th Anniversary Les Miserables on DVD (it’s quite femes so you can find it in those ciplak stores).. there’s a reason why it’s called ‘the musical that shook the world’.


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