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Thursday, May 1, 2008

A Perfect Day in Bangkok – Truly the Land of Smiles

Woke up about 10am this morning after arriving last night. Was a great sunny day and after a nice warm bath I had ‘daddy’s home cook breakfast’ – the joy of traveling with a father who is an excellent cook! ;-)

After breakfast we got ready and hit downtown to Yaowarat – Bangkok’s Chinatown and where I will go in my every trip to Bangkok without fail. So you might wonder what attracts me back to Chinatown every time? My answer is simple : LOVE!

For in Chinatown Bangkok lives this wonderful man that I love very very much. LOL! My Thai Goddad! He lives or rather has a shop in chinatown for the last umpteen years. My dad and my goddad had been childhood friends and he has me as his goddaughter since I was 2 years old. My Goddad is by far the best father in the world of course beside my daddy darling! I have introduced numerous friends to him and all of them love him in the very first instance – without failed. Some call him the Maitere Buddha look alike, some says he is such a grandfatherly figure – for whatever names he get – he is like one of the most generous man I ever known and he loves me a lot.

For instance one week prior my visit to Bangkok the last trip he had somebody to send some sweeten nuts from Hadtyai, mangoes from Supanburi and he brought a lot of stuff I love to eat. This time three days before my arrival he got some mangoes and keeps them till is rightly ripe for my arrival! My Godmom says he talks about me coming to Bangkok to everyone who visits the office. Indeed I am a very lucky girl!

So as we arrive as usual – godmom ordered our favorite noodle soup ( Chels will go crazy over this one ). This time I had a lot of fishballs to eat it with! *wink* Just as we finish the noodles the maids brought down several plates of mango sticky rice ( no doubt my mom and also Nikko’s fav ). As we are done with mango sticky rice, the maid then brought down a large plate of freshly cut mangoes and it is served with Goddad’s favorite tea – 409 – the King of Teas. By now I really needed a rest for my stomach so I ventured out for some accessories shopping around that area. I return about half hour later to find another of my favorite delight – ‘roti canai’ milk mini size wrapped in tracing paper – they are hot and tasty right out from the pan. With that comes another serving of freshly cut mangoes and 4 huge mangoes to take home! My stomach is in heaven that afternoon!

Coming home we got ready for Sukanya’s farewell party @ The Oriental Bangkok. This is another dining experience that I’ll never forget. Conde Nast Traveler wrote “If only all hotels can be like this” and I support every word it says. I have dine in no small amount of 5 star hotel restaurants around the world – Mandarin Oriental & Ritz Carlton KL, Peninsula & Inter Continental HongKong, St Regis Shanghai, Wynn Macau, Ritz Cartlon Half Moon Bay near San Francisco, Sofitel & Crown – Melbourne, Raffles & Mandarin in Singapore however really I have not quite experience something like The Oriental Bangkok. It is not only the food and the selection that makes the hotel outstanding – it is the finest in details, the warmth and attentiveness of the hotel staffs and the grandeur and charm that the hotels held for so many years.

It all starts from the moment we arrive at the door, as the guard open the door we were approached by an attendant. What can I do for you madam he asked and Jojo replied we are having dinner tonight at the Riverside Terrace. Well this is the point where the difference begins – instead of telling us how to get there or pointing to us the direction – he merely says let me show you the way and he escorted us all the way to the restaurant. I would say I am impressed.

Of course when we arrived everyone’s already there and we all exchange hello’s’ n each of us found our seat. I was seated next to mom and Kun Kurt while Dad’s beside Kun Bella and Jojo. I noted that even we are just having buffet dinner by the riverside, and there are almost 20 of us in the long table they restaurant never fail to set up the dinner table in a perfect table setting – the whole range from bread knife to dessert utensils. Even the water goblet has a small cotton sewn placement mat at the base to prevent the condense water from dripping onto the table.

The next thing we move up to start our buffet dinner. I selected some bread, salad, sushi and sashimi to start with. As I walked of the selection table, a waiter come forward and offer to carry my plate, I hand it over as he escorted me back to my dining table, just as I was to approach my seat another waiter was there waiting to put my chair out for me to be seated. The best thing was that it does not only happen to me but to the rest as well. I thought it was supposed to be a buffet dinner but I am truly amazed with how much personalization the hotel can put in. As Kun Kurt decided on the choice of red wine we are having on that night - the ‘correct’ red wine glass was place in front of those who chooses to drink – LOL – *wink* not only that the but the glass was placed very carefully at the correct position on the table.

The food for that night was great – the variety in its selection – meat, sauce, style of cooking ranged from Japanese – Indian – Western – Thai etc etc etc. I was totally in another heaven. It was a jazz band playing that night – the selection of music is those I totally loved; the sound level was I would call it perfect – just loud enough for us to listen and enjoy as well as soft enough for our voices to talk to each other.

My final experience was of course asking for direction to the toilet. I first asked a lady waitress that show me and tells me how to get there, just as I walk a few steps over another man waiter seems to know where I am heading leads me to half way and another lady shows me the way from there. The toilet very much like all the colonial hotels – has it own charm and beauty especially in the powder room.

The dinner started and ended in perfection. The one word I’ll describe it as – IMPECCABLE. The company was great – the conversation and jokes exchanged better! It felt like being home with all the Signity staffs. I love their work culture. They even call my mother ‘mama’.

I got to say – I love my life. I felt so blessed with the variety and choices I am always with – the enjoyment of simple local delights ‘mango sticky rice’ and ‘noodle soup’ at the road side stalls to the classy dining at The Oriental Bangkok. The love of close family friends which is similar to the love of suppliers and work related friends.

Thank you Goddad and Godmom, Uncle Chai for all the goodies I enjoyed so much at your place as always. Thank you Kun Kurt for inviting us along to your company’s ‘family dinner’, Kun Bella for sending us home, Kun Sukanya for your support and friendship rendered and all the staff of Signity who makes us feel at home in Bangkok with you.
Thank you God and angels from making my life as always – in your divine perfection!

p/s: Miss you Hong Hong – somehow when I wrote this I knew you will certainly be one of those who will enjoy dining like this. In fact when I was dining last night they played Sway and another song (it’s in the Susan Wong’s album) I thought of you. ;-)

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

The Long Pause

August 20 - last entry "True Love". Almost 2 months now - time really just fly - a good friend made a comment over lunch yesterday - "Mhm Jenn I notice your blog stopped at True Love - have you stop writing because you found your True Love?" *Laughs* This is the very question I am struck for weeks now that I have no answer to that question - probably like most people I am still learning to decipher myself. Life is becoming more and more interesting to me. I wrote a lot about 'love' - and somehow or other my love life became an interesting topic - or rather at my age it becomes everyone 'concern' topic for 'my best interest' *wink* Well so lets keep this part of my life mysterious for a little while more.

And the real reason for not writing for so long – really was merely the fact that I was not in the Country for the past few weeks. My traveling schedule for the last two months was like that

Singapore – Vietnam – KL – Melbourne – Brisbane – Gold Coast – Hong Kong – Macau – next Singapore

I’ll open a travel diary soon – soon enough when/if I settle down. Hahaha!

So if I don’t write about love, poetry, travels – what is there interesting enough to write?

Maybe I can start writing about food – was in Ferringhi Grill tonight – not the best time to be there – for my personal reason but still the Oyster Galore is now on- yummy – will want to do that – maybe next week. B-O-R-I-N-G

Maybe about work – mhm… nah… inspiration – here is something heartfelt for me for the past few nights -

Best Friends

Something caught my heart and soul these few days – something worthwhile to be pen down in words and recorded in my heart.

Godma is in the hospital – just finished with her by-pass surgery. She did very well and is recovering much better than expected. Is a blessing and for that I am very thankful. Yet was touching for me in a very special way that her best friend Aunty June was there sleeping in the hospital the night before the operation just being there for her. The gesture was very heart warming. They are 60ish and yet their friendship remains.

When I return home – I was stunt once again by this very moment – my mom and her best friend who is visiting from outstation sitting/laying so comfortable with one another in my living room watching movie. That instant itself – that very moment – at that perspective is a very joyful moment to savor. I stood that for a moment watching both of them – and a tear actually drop of my eyes for that moment is such a touching moment. When I return to my room for my aromatherapy – I spend the 2 luxurious hours reflecting of each of my best friend – and all my memories I gather, collected and shared with each of them.

‘Lucky’ – is what I have been my whole life. If people are thankful to be blessed by a good friend, a best friend I am very very super multiple extra lucky to be blessed with SIX best friends – each of them entering my life at a different stage and since then never left.

Of course Vae was the first to come in mind – the fact that we just spend some time together in HongKong last week. Our friendship started back in high school from a sleep over party at my house for New Year. Is like a romance itself that we stayed up all night talking till wee hours in the morning and ended up watching sunrise together on the 1st of January 1996. Vae is one of the strongest and toughest girl in the group. Is always to her I look for strength. She been there through the lowest point of my life – nurturing me to every bit I had left. Now that she has found happiness I am truly happy for her. Not only happy but very very very proud. Darling, this trip to HK you make me realize how much we both have grown – how much we both have been in each other’s life (btw I was there FIRST- *wink**wink*) - how much this friendship extend the love that is unconditional. However this trip is when I see how much you have grown wiser and for whatever choice you make –I’ll always be there.

Then of course comes Joanne – another high school best friend – our friendship happened in the weirdest way ever – becos we are actually classmates since primary school – however our friendship has always been a competitive one because we always one to out do each other in studies. However don’t get me wrong – being competitive does not make us enemy but best of friends. It does not stop us from doing what all students do – copy each other’s homework, exchange notes, studying together, doing projects together – however we still love to out do each other in studies. Hahaha! And Joanne is an exemplar of a role model for independence, leadership and beauty. She is the every guy dream girl. *wink* and if anyone thinks beauty without brains – I’ll advise you – don’t challenge this girl. Not ‘my Joanne’. Haha. So because she is always so smart, Joanne ends up my life counselor/consultant most of the time. Listening to me through and giving the most rational advice of all time.

The come my most organized, meticulous and fashionable Yen Wei. The only one who is earning British pound and could effort LV, Gucci, Bally present for her best friend here who is still earning Ringgit. Lol. Is my favorite joke with her. We met back in college day – first day of college – over a bowl of tomyam noddle at Penang Bowl. I’ll never forget that very day and very sure she will not as well. Being the most organized one I obviously traveled most with her including our trip to New York last Christmas. Her organization skills are beyond what words can describe and how normal beings can comprehend. Her last sms to me was this:

“reserve ticket. date, London-Hongkong, date, Hongkong-ALS, date, Penang – Hongkong – London. U better book ticket quick. HongKong to Penang direct already full frm date to date. Only available Hongkong-KL-Penang”

This is her! :) Only this time our year end trip was suppose to meet in Shanghai why ended up Hongkong? Wei 'we gotto talk'! hahaha!

And her fashion sense and meticulous personality puts my outlook into tip top condition. While all I can say is that – can’t go out with messy hair, with no make up, with no matching dress, shoes and bags – wear a belt or a scarf if necessary and never go out without accessories. I wonder how we ever clicked. Or was it opposite attracts? Haha! Well dearest you know what – I’ll never survive to be so meticulous about my look if is not because of you. Won’t know how to appreciate the fashion sense if is not because of you. And won’t be shopping trained not because of you…. Hahaha… just kidding. (Note: I have yet to find someone with better shopping stamina then Wei *wink*) All joke aside though, she is truly an angel for she is the one that woke me up from my depression last year – the one who makes me realize how much I have in my life – and for that I will be forever thankful.

Writing about these 3 girls already gave me a sense of life satisfaction. Is almost morning now and I am really a little tired. I’ll continue about the other three later but before I go to sleep I have this image in my mind….

In 10-20-30 years to come will I be able to do what mom and Aunty GL does - lying on the sofa together watching TV with you girls. Will we be still holding hands together while we go shopping or still pick up the phone across the globe from each other and chat till wee hours in the morning like lovers? Will we be there in each other’s wedding – just like we are now in each other’s every relationship, every break up and every falling in love, looking at our children growing up and getting married themselves later, or being there for each other on challenging time such as an operation or sickness. Life is so unpredictable these days yet is my wish to God tonight that I’ll get to keep these best friends at every single stage of my life for you girls alraedy are.

I’ll leave my writing tonight with this profound thought that a very good friend shared with me few nights ago – I hope he doesn’t mind me sharing this –

We treasure not the things that is forever, that is everlasting, for this is our nature.
At times, when the good Lord takes away someone close to us, it makes us realize how fragile life really is.
That we are living on borrowed time.
Time that has little meaning to those blinded in this world of chaos.
Once in a while, when we do peer past the mist that envelopes us, we start to treasure that is all around us.
For life is too short, too fragile and too unpredictable for us to brood on negative thoughts.
Let us focus on what is at hand, the people that are around here.
For the sands of time is constantly flowing, all that’s around us shall become memories.
A ghost of the past and a part of history.
Take not for granted the very seconds that slips by us, and let not anger, hatred, deceit, jealousy prevent us from living our life.
Death to many is a thing to be feared, to me, death increase the value of all that is around us.
Loose not another minute broiling over past insults, forgive and love all that’s around us.
For one day too, we too shall be nought but a memory…

*to be continued

Monday, August 20, 2007

True Love

True Love by Wislawa Szymborska

True love. Is it normal is it serious, is it practical?
What does the world get from two people
who exist in a world of their own?

Placed on the same pedestal for no good reason,
drawn randomly from millions but convinced
it had to happen this way - in reward for what?
For nothing.
The light descends from nowhere.
Why on these two and not on others?
Doesn't this outrage justice? Yes it does.
Doesn't it disrupt our painstakingly erected principles,
and cast the moral from the peak? Yes on both accounts.

Look at the happy couple.
Couldn't they at least try to hide it,
fake a little depression for their friends' sake?
Listen to them laughing - its an insult.
The language they use - deceptively clear.
And their little celebrations, rituals,
the elaborate mutual routines -
it's obviously a plot behind the human race's back!

It's hard even to guess how far things might go
if people start to follow their example.
What could religion and poetry count on?
What would be remembered? What renounced?
Who'd want to stay within bounds?

True love. Is it really necessary?
Tact and common sense tell us to pass over it in silence,
like a scandal in Life's highest circles.
Perfectly good children are born without its help.
It couldn't populate the planet in a million years,
it comes along so rarely.

Let the people who never find true love
keep saying that there's no such thing.

Their faith will make it easier for them to live and die.

Moi's View:

Szymborska, Polish Nobel Prize Winner – 2003 my encounter with her is somewhat ‘coincidental’ so much as that I don’t believe in coincident. :) It was the movie Left Turn, Right Turn that leads me to Szymborska work – the Cantonese romance film, stars Takeshi Kaneshiro (Vae’s Bf – LOL!) and Gigi Leung depicts how fate intertwine with our lives and play a large role in it even if we like it or not. The movie was based upon Szymborska ‘Love at First Sight’ something I held close to heart because of the circumstances of life I was in and dealing with then.

As much as fate always plays, we had another encounter thru her work ‘True Love’ early this year – this poem is provoking in every way and notice what you notice from the work – it is truly unique. True love – is it really necessary? How many souls broken by it? How many of us given up hope on it? How many of us turn a cynic by true love? Yet time and time again - I still believe in it. Does it exist – for me – yes it does (ya me the hopeless romantic). Why? Because I believe – “What God put together, no man can divide”.

Jalal ad-Din Rumi wrote this and I find it very beautiful -
“The minute I heard my first love story, I started looking for you, not knowing how blind that was
Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere; they are in each other all along”

May all of you find your true love along your journey in life because nothing is ever too late when you encounter true love. :)

p/s: Her work 'The Three Oddest Word', one of her nobel prize winning selection - is profound for contemplation should any of you love poetry that way.

Friday, August 17, 2007

Angel Teardrops

I can't comprehend my own feelings at the moment -

Angel Teardrops
by Kathleen Sheppard

My guardian angel, once careless and free,
flew into the clouds and lost touch with me.
Her tears were cold and wet, falling on my face.
Her smile had left us without a trace.
Her angelic lips quivered, frozen and scared,
I felt rain clouds visiting, and had to prepare.
I knew that angels, often content,
were very special presents that God had sent.
To see one so sad,
so afraid,
so alone,
had made me weep while the cold winds had blown.
Her wings lost feathers,
comforting and soft,
falling from the stars,
floating aloft.
Her pain was felt throughout the land,
to feel true misery is impossible to stand.
I prayed so that when her hurting stops,
I'll be able to taste the angel's teardrops.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Full Plate

Moi and the Famous Chef!


Moi and Tj Leo President Cheng Inn

TJ Leos - ya we were drinking thanks to PP Raymond! ;) hahaha!

Union Leos - 16 - they make me feel 16! *wink*

Just finished reading: Harry Potter – Deathly Hallows, Julia Quinn

Currently Reading:(1) Kybalion(2) Entering the Castle, Caroline Myss (3) The One – Kathy Freston

Just watched:

RUSH HOUR 3 – this is pure laughters, like just so good I laugh non stop. Well to me I think there really isn’t much depth in this movie. The line’s pretty predictable and the villain easily identify from the start. Yet is a good movie for rest and relax after a long day’s work. I think this is also one of the movie that successfully insulted every nation, countries and culture they can relate to. Those jokes are funny to max that we are still laughing during supper and when we meet up again in the weekends! *cheeky smile* Fun seeing JoJo and Grace dancing after the movie – they were like so high – Jo especially – been a long time since I seen such joy in my sister!*wink**wink*

RATATOUILLE lol.. ya I know I am so lucky to be invited to attend the movie premier in KL last week – so I am not going to spoil it by blogging about the movie. Thot I have to say is a profound and powerful ‘little’ cartoon. I can just resonate so much with this cartoon. I always find cartoon with lots of life hidden meaning to it and the last cartoon I can ‘feel’ and relate so much on a mental and emotional level was the Brother Bear years ago. However for me this one is just so profound, every word heartfelt and penetrating.

Want to watch: BABEL

Just listened: Michael Buble – Call Me Irresponsible

Now listening: Andre Bocelli – Amore

This week has not been easy. No where being the usual luxury of being Jennifer Lim. *wink*wink* Been pack up with lots of work, working till late on some projects. Two companies under my direct management are moving at once securing 3 projects in a week amounting to million dollars – I am so happy and proud. As much as I am very very excited about the whole thing is somehow wearing me out a little mentally. Hehe. To top there so many new business opportunities and ideas that came along the way – faster than I can study and research upon them. ;) However it reinforces my trust on the opportunities the market has got to offer and we just need to have the open mind to explore and accept it. I wish somehow I got the resources (time, people and money) to create all these ideas to reality. It is also very inspiring to know what people are doing out there.

I am pretty impress during a family meeting recently that my dad actually said this to me and JoJo – “just do it ler we going to sell about concept only anyway” – wow my father understands about ‘concepts’ and branding – I am speechless. He does not complain about the $$$$$ we all budgeted into promotions anymore and been pretty encouraging with ‘proper branding and marketing strategy’. Even Terence was laughing in amazement when dad tries to talk about branding with him and JoJo during their usual ‘Saturday breakfast’. So anyone out there praying your parents would change – they probably will you know! Hahaha! Mine just did! *wink*

This week’s highlight of course is none other than my membership interview with PSC. However, is such a highlight that Guan Aik and I are going to just laugh ourselves out with whatever happened during that night. *wink**wink* Sorry some things are really not for public reading. Still I wanna thanks Guan Aik for being such wonderful company that night.

It was also fun attending Tanjung’s Anniversary again – think the last time I attended one was years ago before I left for Australia. Good to see some old faces and new ones as well. I somehow manage to surprise most of the uncles and aunties. The Leos were so hyper these days it is so good to be in their company again. LOL I use to think we are hyper – gosh you guys should see them. Hehe. Is nostalgic though for me to look at them. *wink**wink* You guys really rock!

Was off in KL during the weekend - it just worn me out - mentally, physically and emotionally. Yet I say is all worth it - most of all for the awareness and awakening or probably something in its surface as material as the Louis Vuitton buying experience but in it all contains much more than that - what I wanted to say - mhm - is that - that my darling my love - you are worth it - more than that LV !! *wink**wink*

Monday, August 13, 2007

The romantic me

Inside Of Me by Jay Scott

If you could see inside my soul
see inside my heart
you would know how I long for you
whenever we're apart

If you could see inside my head
if thoughts were things to see
you would know how I cherish you
how much you mean to me

In all the ways you comfort me
the way you hold me near
the way you know just what to do
to chase away my fear

The sparkle in your beautiful eyes
your smile, laugh, your touch
are just a few of many reasons
I love you oh so much

Knowing I can talk to you
about any and everything
and knowing together we will get
through whatever life may bring

I could search the whole world over
and this I know is true
I would never find another love
like the love I found with you

Though with each new day,each sunrise
we can't know what's in store
there is one thing I know for sure
each day I love you more

So if you could see inside my head
if thoughts were things to see
you would know how blessed I feel
to have you here with me.

Your eyes, your smile. Your touch, your kiss.
Your promise, your words. Our everlasting bliss.
- Penelope Bell -

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Smell of Roses

Was in KL again for the weekend. Mhm.. and was staying in friend’s house. When I got into the house there were two large bouquets of roses in the house – one dark red bouquet in the living room and one pure white bouquet in the dining hall. So so beautiful. I took a little while to just be silent to appreciate the roses and I realize with such a busy schedule is a luxury to be away in somewhere that I can just slow down and smell the roses. Do you all know that the red rose’s scent is very much different from white rose?

Roses brought me back to memories of school days – Martin taught me how much life can be learned from the rose itself. To me The Lily is the symbol of elegance; purity and perfection ‘a destination’ while The Rose symbolizes courage, strength, boldness, endurance and perseverance ‘a journey’. While a Lily makes dreams a Rose make it human.

Some roses Quotation/Lesson that I learnt and always love:

'Beauty without virtue is like a rose without scent'
'The fragrance always remains in the hand that gives the rose. Be a rose which gives frangrance even to those who crushes it'

‘Do not watch the petals fall from the rose with sadness, know that, like life, things sometimes must fade, before they can bloom again’

'Love is much like a wild rose, beautiful and calm, but willing to draw blood in its defense. So he that dares not grasp the thorn shoould never crave the rose'

'The rose speaks of love silently, in a language known only to the heart.'

‘The red rose whispers of passion, And the white rose breathes of love;O, the red rose is a falcon,And the white rose is a dove.’John Boyle O’Reilly

For me, I am glad that day I “Take time to smell the roses” but even after all this “A Rose is a rose is a rose”. Thank you for the roses.

Am going to get some pure white roses for my room this week, it will be a sweet reminder of the smell of roses.

Thursday, August 9, 2007



Saying goodbye is never an easy thing
But you never said you'd stay forever
So if you must go,
Oh, Darling I'll set you free
But I know in time
We'll be together
I won't try to stop you now from leaving
Cause in My Heart I know
Love will lead you back
Some day I just know that
Love will lead you back to my arms
Where you belong
I'm sure, sure as stars are shining
One day you will find me again
It won't be long
One of these days our love
Will lead you back
One of these nights
Oh I'll hear your voice again
You're gonna say
How much you miss me
You'll walk out this door, but
Some day you'll walk back in
Darling I know, I know this will be
Sometimes it takes some time out on your own
To find your way back home
Love will lead you back
Some day I just know that
Love will lead you back to my arms
Where you belong
I'm sure, sure as stars are shining
One day you will find me again
It won't be long
One of these days our
Love will lead you back
Cause I will try to stop you now from leaving
Cause in My Heart I know
Some day I just know that
Love will lead you back to my arms
Where you belong.
I'm sure, sure as stars are shining
One day you will find me again
It won't be long
One of these days
Our love will lead you back
Love will lead you back
Some day, I just know that
Love will lead you back to my arms
It won't be long
One of these days our
Love will lead you back

I heard this song played and the words move me. The universe never stops to amaze me. How much we are all inter-connected to one another. The song describes some things that I am going thru now and how a soul I met allows the space for me to walk thru it. At the same time the universe is asking me to allow someone I love dearly to do the same. Is a kind of liberation to be able to do that – to truly experience what unconditional love is and what often only with words we say ‘If you love something, set it free; if it comes backs it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was’.

LOL. It is not triangle love I am talking of here – it is nothing romantic or actually everything romantic - *wink**wink* I just wanted my sister to know I love her and am prepare to treat her like an adult – setting her free to do what she wants to do – trusting her in her decisions in life and business - thot sometimes habits die hard that we love controlling each other so much. I am sorry. Maybe I am trying too hard again to make the relationship between us work – I am a little frustrated with myself – wish I am better in expressing when it comes to her. I love you Jo.

It reminds me what Hesse, a German-Swiss poet and Nobel Prize winner says ‘Some of us think holding on makes us stong; but sometimes it is letting go’ and yes this is the time. And for someone who takes 15 mins to show me that, the 15 mins that meant so much – because ‘action does speak louder than words’ – Thank You, I want you to know how much that 15 mins meant to me and showing me what it is like to truly set someone free. *smile*

Little updates & some Q&A

Little updates & some Q&A –

Sunshine – We last talk when I was in Perlis, hey your dad was not there ler so don’t get to tease him about missing you. And you my dear - Cloudy weather huh? ;) Sick – poor thingy! Of course the good news you are getting to go to Queensland soon – so lucky! Better get well soon and like I say - if you need someone to take care of you - please come home - cos your mom is around! HAHAHA! Just kidding! love your site – lots of picture and stories about your new life (actually some part old – craving for Japanese or good food, CARs CARs and CARs *wink**wink*). Of course we should write on bubble milk tea vs TPTL!

MeiMei CheChe – hottest girl in SF! Blog is up – http://ameizingcupcakes.blogspot.com/ - sorry I was a little outdated – I could not access your blog earlier so I continue to leave comment msges on my own blog! Happy Belated Birthday anyway – wishing you ever lasting love, beauty and sexiness just the way you always are! ;) Iphone - so nice – I want a MAC PRO – then an Iphone to match would be just great. Hehehe.. greedy!

Milly – Oktoberfest *blink**blink* - we must do that – and it is always you and your ‘Germanese’. Ardo taking me dancing? LOL - I am stopping over Macau too. I’ll definitely have lunch with someone else, the last time I make lunch appointment with you I ended up roaming around Chung Wan alone. Oh how’s Jeremy – still in Sydney? I was browsing and I saw those pictures we took in HK last year – good memories! How’s Elsa and Paul and the dog – hehehe – tell them I miss their cooking and the turkey – LOL okie okie – I am looking/begging for an invitation to go back and celebrate Xmas in HK this year with you guys… pretty please? *wink**wink* Since Vae got a new place – I heard people’s house - resort type like – exact description of the owner herself “great view facing the mountain as if in Switzerland when the clouds cover the peak – is like living a holiday/dream home” – wahlau eh I also want to stay – I can take care of the orchids. *hint*

Another good news – someone is relocated to Shanghai and relo package include a house and chauffeur – so the fact now I got an additional home to go too with a chauffeur to drive me around – hehehe - *devious mind working* I’ll very likely fly from HongKong to Shanghai – and someone is working very hard to rearrange schedule to be in Hongkong with me! So lets party!!

JA – got your msg late last night but I was in a meeting - sowee. Been few weeks since we last talk – the last month we manage that few emails - hopefully get to talk to you soon. Update update – need to ask you a few things too… and yes I suppose I am seeing you very very very very soon!! Can’t wait so happy!