I haven't read much ever since I became a mother. That's 13 years ago. When I say much, it means not as how I used to finish one book in a week or how I would stay up late cos I can't seem to put the book down (basically like how many of us are… Continue reading That bibliophile in me
"I raise my glass to these obstacles and the walls that hold us in." -Prime Circle, Keep Marching On- I told many of my close friends that I dread the month of March and wish it would just pass by quickly. And quickly it did. Goodbye Q1, Hello Q2! I'd normally post my reflection of… Continue reading Keep March-ing on
The boys & I When I took this photo with my boys, it was when we just found out that I'm pregnant. Look at how baby Lucas was. Many say.. "Oh finally a girl!" or "You were trying for a girl is it? Luckily finally is a girl." when I tell them that I have… Continue reading Fluffeh turns 7!
12 years ago, I wouldn't have imagined this day. I'm not one that have ambitions played up in my mind for my children, so to be able to get to 12 years is quite an achievement. *pats self on the back* I'm officially a mum for 12 years (4 days ago) and it does feel… Continue reading A new chapter is here!
Everyone's on the cliff edge of normal. Everyone finds life an utter nightmare sometimes, and there's no 'normal' way of dealing with it... There is no normal, Evelyn.― Holly Bourne, Am I Normal Yet? I've recently discovered my sons are with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and after telling my closed ones, some would say.. "But they… Continue reading But they look normal…
This is probably my 100th time attempting to write a proper post. I've drafted and deleted, telling myself to be mindful of what I write as I have people I'm close to reading this, people I work with and most of all whatever I write, would then be asked many questions instead of just mere… Continue reading 20/20- Perfect vision
My relationship with Liverpool FC is like a love story of a pair of long lost lovers. It began with my father's love for the club. He would watch every single match (even if it means waking up at 3am), pulling down the big projector screen and converts our hall into some kind of theatre,… Continue reading You’ll Never Walk Alone
It's more than a month now that we're all under Movement Control Order/Working from Home/stuck at home/forced to be home/sit down quietly at home, however you want to term it. As much as I would like to write a post to tell you "Hey there! Keep going!" Let's look at the more realistic side of… Continue reading My MCO Must Have
Well, if it was 10years ago, the answer would have been ...."cry". It would have been the first year since we couldn't celebrate my dad's birthday with him. It is now the 10th year, not having him tell us..."Well, it's just another day." Is it still painful? It is but not as painful anymore. It's… Continue reading Tonight I wanna…
Inside me...... And it ain't a baby.(Sorry to those who are rooting for me to get baby #4. #3isenough #sorrynotsorry) It's a sac, it's a circle... it's a cyst! See that black circle? It's a cyst that was claiming its permanent residence on the left side of my ovary. I discovered it almost a year… Continue reading Something’s growing