Monday, June 25, 2007

Wow, nice music on 933

Hey, trivial post.

circa 3.33pm 25th June 2007.

as with my mood, thoughts and self.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Remember Death

Got this from Mr Teck's blog

Monday, June 04, 2007

Random thought #1

If some men can wait for their rich fathers to die to get their inheritance, whats wrong with women marry rich men for the same thing?

Weekend updates

The weekend flew right past, a very very tiring weekend I must say.

Cough is still plaguing me, like the plague(duh). Much better now, but staying off my fav foods and alcohol till I get better.

Lets see, most of the weekend was spent fencing up my windows for my Kitties. Brought them to the vet on Sat to get their shots, where they shouted their lungs out when the doc injected them. I wanted to cry man.

Then had red bomb dinner at Goodwood Park. Nothing eventful there. I dun feel as touched as I was when I attended Nic's one though. Hmm..

Sunday - Finally completed fencing up the required windows. Sneaked in a bit of laundry, but my house, esp the study room, looks as if a hurricane just passed. Phew.

Okie, time for some photos.. next post

Not all quotations are good..

I read this off my office pantry wall:

true happiness involves the full use of one's powers and talents. - John W Gardner

I first felt a bit pissed off at this. True happiness is much more innocent than that, and the quote above feels you have to wrestle a behemoth to achieve it.

IMO, to be happy, you just have to release yourself, in ways more than 1.

I dun fault Mr Gardner for his quotation, he just have a different take to life than me, thats all right.. But it just shows, not all quotations are good, its just something you pluck out to support/justify/motivate you at certain points in life.

Some1 invariably pops into mind.

I found the complete quote, sounds a lot better.

Storybook happiness involves every form of pleasant thumb-twiddling; true happiness involves the full use of one's powers and talents.
John W. Gardner