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Thursday, November 27, 2008 ♥
Random thoughts ♥ 11:17 AM

I saw this lady with a dark birth mark on her face while having my brekkie. I know I'm not meant to compare with others and say how fortunate I am but I think, sometimes, it is these people who remind you about how fortunate you are. When I go out, at least people only marvel at how tiny my eyes are. But hey! I don't need to worry about what people think of the big fat black birth mark on my face because small eyes are more common than a birth mark covering half your face!

And, I'm still thinking about the funeral/ cremation yesterday. Although I only knew her immediate family, I still felt a sense of sadness for the family. Like how she will never be around to laugh and talk to them. True that we will all meet in heaven but i guess it is only normal to feel the loss, even if you don't know the person*shrugs shoulder*

There were so many questions in my mind as the coffin was sent for cremation. I wonder how I will react if somebody I know really well leave this earth. Will I be as strong as them and quietly wipe away the tears or will I become an emotional breakdown? And if I die, will there be people attending my funeral?

I decided that I want to die young so that I won't need to see people leaving me one by one but alas, the time of my death is not in my hands. Oh well, I know, this entry just turned into an emo one.

Let's move on to happier things, shall we?

I just came home from breakfast with my daddy. The humble roti prata and curry:) Yumms but I think my stummy couldn't tolerate the oiliness or the dirty hands of the roti prata maker. I hope it is not the latter but yeah, it feels so goooood plus it's cheap! One roti prata in Perth=$5, one roti prata in Singapore? $0.80. I guess I'm gonna stuff myself with roti prata over here and get fat!

And in a few days time, I'll be gone for 3 weeks to search within myself again and find my higher calling. Hopefully, I would emerge as a better person after that.

See you all soon and God bless!

Post note: I'm in awe at how lazy I am. The swimming pool is just downstairs and I had been going on about how I'll start swimming tomorrow, just that tomorrow never really materialise. I had been staring at the pool from my home but I really can't be stuffed changing into my bathers. Sighs, the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.

♥ Princess Serene

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