It bothers me when I repeatedly hear comments such as “luckily the parents still have a brother(s)” or “sister(s)”. I don’t think that having another child be it the same gender will make the parents relieved. Every son/daughter is different and has his or her own identity. Heck even twins are different even though they look the same physically. I think you get the message I’m driving across. Yes, they are being gender specific here.
I’m a soft hearted person by nature and being unable to handle my emotions well is a part of me that I wish to not be witnessed by anyone, not even my closest. Long story short, I tear a lot.With my birthday around the corner, my dad told me for my parents and I to have dinner out tonight. Nothing fancy, just a simple affair to acknowledge this occasion. I just nodded in agreement without processing why not to have it on the actual day.So we had a simple meal at a nearby mall and came home.
My mind feels a little cluttered as more and more adulting facts come into my knowledge.One of my superficial dilemma is whether it’s worth it to get a Diana. I’ve always loved it but a part of me is afraid that I’ll regret and the resale value isn’t good. This emotion is making me fickle minded.So whenever I feel “off”, I’ve always had this habit of combing through my belongings when I’m bored or down. They are physical things that I earn with my bare hands.On today’s section to look at:
My colleague had brought this back from JB two weeks ago and I had sneakily seized the pack to my desk. This is in BBQ flavour and I’m absolutely addicted to it!!I’m not huge on snacking so I’ve not seen it anywhere else. Come to think about it, I don’t even buy snacks and only chanced upon it last Sat at one of the booths set up for CNY at NAC.
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