anyway, back to a lazy Monday and waiting for yet another long weekend!
anyway, lemme chuck this stupid thought. it’s holiday season and i’m excited about the long weekend. not that we’ve any plans for it. just that it’s a long weekend and we get a lot of time to stay together and relax.
it’s sunday night and i’m already dreading monday. even when i don’t have to go to work.
btw, i wonder why some people say things that they don’t mean. for example, ‘thanks’, sorry’, ‘it tastes great’, ‘you’re looking so good’, ‘who says you’re fat?’, etc. there are more but then i’d have to provide the context too so lemme not quote them here. at times, you can either be good or be honest!
Merry Christmas to all!
i dunno how many of you have heard about the Korean immigrant family whose house was destroyed by a jet crash in San Diego. the guy lost his wife, two babies Rachel and Grace, aged 1 month and 15 months respectively, and his mother-in-law. the pilot ejected safely from the jet before the crash. i was touched by the humble and forgiving nature of the guy! you would expect a guy who experienced such a great loss to blame the pilot but he didn’t do anything of that sort. he maintained his calm and composure and spoke to the media very humbly. he even asked the people around the world to pray for the pilot who is hospitalized. he surely has touched everyone’s heart. hats off to him and God bless! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjHKxQp6BOo
the grains of sand
the waves in green
albatrosses on the land
the jitters, the warmth
the magical wand
the joy, the tranquil
the lovers hand in hand
our anniversary trip to Miami was wonderful. it felt like our first honeymoon. it actually was. i felt that i could spend my whole life on the beach! more than Miami, it was the time the time we spent together without worrying about work/world that we cherished!
talking about Miami, it’s a magical city – beaches, babes, expensive cars, million-dollar mansions, ports, and the Atlantic ocean! i would not mind visiting it again!
here are some pix of the San Antonio trip…