Monthly Archives: May 2009

Making critical choices

Many of my girlfriends are single. Around my age. They have already firmly established their career, either high up in the corporate ladder, or managing their own companies. All own their own cars, some live in their own condo, and are … Continue reading

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Life’s lessons by Regina Brett, 90 years old

Commedienne Joan Rivers, 75,  in today’s ST Life was quoted as saying, "There is nothing nice about getting older. You do not get wiser. You just forget how stupid you are." Perhaps she should take a lesson from Regina Brett, … Continue reading

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Paying it forward

My NUS friend, now a Calculus professor in the USA, just wrote a blog on how he pays it forward after receiving kindness from friends. That got me thinking about what I’ve also taken for granted,the kindness shown to me … Continue reading

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Pearly, my primary school classmate sms-ed me out of the blue one day last month to invite me to join her for 我们的歌大家唱’The Great Singapore Sing-Along’. Another friend had asked the group of us to go, after we’d watched  天冷就回来 together … Continue reading

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Saucony Passion 100Plus Run

For the whole first half of this year since CNY, I had upper respiratory infection and did not want to take the risk of running just in case I drop dead like so many athletes. And since I was already … Continue reading

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Korean Dramas

Most tourists who visit Korea are fans of Korean Dramas. Last year, when we booked our Korea tour at the NATAS fair, we were given a free DVD each to feed this addiction. Since the rest of my travelling partners … Continue reading

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An orbituray for my sunbird chicks

It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing the death of my sunbird chicks. As mentioned previously, the sunbird’s nest is located at quite an inaccessable part of the house and we hadn’t bother paying much attention to … Continue reading

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