As the song goes… And, darling, I will be loving you 'til we're 70 And, baby, my heart could still fall as hard at 23 And I'm thinking 'bout how people fall in love in mysterious ways Maybe just the touch of a hand Well, me - I fall in love with you every single … Continue reading Forgive. Forget.
Last Friday, my daughter and I had an awesome bonding - cleaning and clearing our fridge of some holiday food/left-overs. And apart from the bonding, we also had a noteworthy reflection. While cleaning we went a little extreme by unscrewing the vent and the fan, thinking of thoroughly cleaning the fridge. Although it was kinda … Continue reading The Ultimate “Go To” GUY
It's been a year and a week since that fateful day happened. In a blink of an eye. In a snap of a finger. Yes, anything can happen. A well planned event can turn into a mess. A sweet day into bitter. A smooth ride into an unforeseen circumstance. On a fair day at about … Continue reading Fateful Day. Faithful GOD.
Some people have it. And some people just don't have it. Some would call it a talent or a knack for it. But I would rather call it a gift. And I happen to be one of those who doesn't have it - a green thumb. Growing up as a city girl, the close encounters … Continue reading Joyfully Pushing It
Whenever I clean our fridge, it takes me quite sometime before I could start the task. I don't know why, but the thought of unloading everything from top to bottom is just overwhelming. Apart from that I also need to segregate items that need to be kept from items that need to be discarded. However … Continue reading Hard. Heavy. Cold.
What happened? I can't believe it's really been that long since I last posted a blog. It seems surreal but yes, I have not posted since Aug 3, 2016, partly because I have been caught up with a lot of things, (among other things, David and I traveled twice to facilitate a couples' retreat). But … Continue reading Been a Looooong While
Grooming your pooch could sometimes be a struggle, especially when your fave is quite a handful. While others prefer to bring their pooch to a vet for a regular grooming, David (my hubby) prefers to do it by himself or at times with a little help from me. Yesterday as David was grooming Simba (the … Continue reading Good as New
July seems to be a catching up month for us. My hubby and I have met and caught up with some beautiful (inside and out) people. In most of these occasions, both of us were blessed to reconnect and share insightful experiences. Last Friday just before flying back to Singapore our friends and co-workers in … Continue reading No Ordinary Comfort
While watching "The Jane Austen Book Club", one scene struck me the most. It was when Prudie (played by Emily Blunt) was about to cross the road and succumb to temptation. With the traffic sign blinking 'walk' and with second thoughts playing on her mind Prudie was about to cross the road to meet up … Continue reading Don’t Walk
"Wet Paint. Do not touch." But you do it anyway. "Caution. Hot Surface. Do not Touch." Still, you touch it anyway. "Closed. Please use other door." Just the same, you push and try if the door is open. I'm pretty sure at one point most of us did one or three of those things I've … Continue reading Wet Paint. Do not Touch.