Monthly Archives: December 2009

There’s Something About Christmas – Debbie MaComber

Another book I borrowed from BB Library to get into the Christmas mood.   This is an annual Christmas romantic comedy from the author, although this is the first I’ve read.   Emma is a reporter in Seattle sent to interview … Continue reading

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My Twenty Wishes…if I can complete it.

In the book Twenty wishes by Debbie Macomber, Anne Marie and her four widowed friends made twenty wishes to get themselves out of their gloom. When people around them heard about it, they started making their own twenty wishes. It is … Continue reading

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The Monk who Sold His Ferrari

The full title of this book is ‘The Monk who Sold His Ferrari – A Fable about fulfilling your dreams and reaching your destiny’. This book is written by Robin Sharma, who incidentally would be in Singapore for a convention … Continue reading

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Twenty Wishes – Debbie Macomber

I borrowed this book from NLB. I was really pleased to find some of my favourite authors in the Bukit Batok Library. Now, I don’t have to buy books – not for the money spent, but for my bursting bookshelves.   … Continue reading

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A Christmas Gift

A friend, whom I’ve known since she was a little girl of eight and whom I have always treated as a kid sister, sent me a perfect Christmas gift last night. It was words, something I love, and spoken by a man … Continue reading

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Monday.   After the cleaners left, I took the boys out for lunch and then drove Ivan to his piano class. I returned home and noticed that my clothes drying rack, located at the back of my house, was shifted at an … Continue reading

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Singaporeans – uptight and reserved?

Today in the news – Expats finds Singaporeans uptight and reserved. Apparently in their opinions, all we talk about is soccer. So, are we?   Yes, I am.   I consider myself uptight and reserved. Have I always been like … Continue reading

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