Eleventh of May

  • It is great to have the Internet access up and running again! I’m still amazed with the fact that they actually made an effort to call and then send someone over.
  • Celebrated Mother’s Day with a lot of food. 🙂 Had teo chiew porridge for lunch in Aman Suria, followed by yummy Japanese dinner at Rakuzen. It was nice because not only Mummy was around, Pappy was around too.
  • Had another round of spring cleaning and found things that I thought I’ve thrown away much earlier. I still have the notes from college, subject outline, some text books. I had a hard time throwing away my handwritten notes because my handwriting was so neat and perfect, it felt like throwing dedication and hard work away. Anyway, this time I let it go…so there are no more notes left in the house. The one thing that I cannot part with yet are all the cards I’ve received throughout the years….so while I was going through those cards…and letters, I’ve got this very random, mixed feeling towards the name of the person on the cards.
  • Other ridiculous stuff that I found were brand tags (the ones that are attached to new clothes when you buy them)….I used to collect every single brand I ever bought. Crazy! I have these stickers of Powerpuff girls and Snoopy kept for more than 15 years and they are still with me…but as of now….they are GONE. A Dunkin Donuts cake box which I brought back from Korea. Yes, the box…Why? Because we bought the cake from Dunkin Donuts in Korea during Christmas week and each purchase entitled you to bring a bear back for free. I named the bear “Ajoshi” which means uncle in Korean. Oh yea, it was an ice cream cake. I liked the whole thing so much, the idea of getting the cake, the bear, and I wanted that piece of memory to stay so I brought the box back. And now that I’ve penned it down..the box will be recycled to save Mother Earth. “Ajoshi” is still with me though. That would maybe take me another 5 years to let him go. HAHA!
  • I love my iPhone more and more each day. I’ve been spending a couple of minutes with it before bedtime, just to check out new applications or just simply touching the buttons on the screen. I love it even more when the Internet was down and iPhone allowed me to connect to the world again.
  • I don’t think I”ll be taking off my braces anytime soon. In fact, it feels like permanent.
  • I found out today that I’m attracted to pleasant-looking, neatly-dressed guys who speak proper English in the lift.

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