Today is a sad day because one of my closest friends is saying goodbye to one of the most important persons in her life and I’m not able to be there with her. Her dad passed away yesterday and it was a rather sudden departure. My thoughts are with her and I know that she has lots of support from friends and family.
When I was growing up, I got to know the parents of a few of my friends. Specifically, I saw the dads of three of my close friends fairly often. This was through time spent hanging out in their homes or getting lifts home. Sadly, all three of them have left us. Continue reading
I couldn’t post last week because I was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, helping my parents move. It was also my opportunity to bid farewell to the place that was home to me for a decade and I sometimes still call it home. When I was young, we moved houses a couple of times and finally settled in a double storey terrace house when I was just under 10 years old. That’s where my parents ended up spending 26 years. Continue reading
Hey everyone, I’ve been quiet for a couple of weeks as I’ve been slogging away at work, clocking up to 14 hour days. I’ve had the misfortune of being assigned a couple of tough projects, which coincides with my daughter’s Easter break and having to move out of our home for a couple of days because of a leak. I’m nearing the end now, as the deadline for one of the projects is next Tuesday. Hopefully I’ll get my life back after that and resume blogging. Continue reading
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What if I had studied in Australia instead of the UK?
What if I pursued my dream to become a doctor?
What if I went back to Malaysia right after university?
What if I never met my husband? Continue reading