“Happily ever laughter is not a fairy tale.”
“NBC wishes you and yours a
magical, warmest, happiest,
most wonderful Christmas ever!
And may your Christmas sparkle with
moments of love, joy, laughter and goodwill.”
“Christmas will always be as long as we stand
heart to heart and hand in hand.”
– Dr Seuss
…wearing a chic-looking sombrero!
… catching up with ex-colleagues who are friends that I can still be crazy with.
There’s an elderly man who comes to the park
occasionally after school.
He wears a white hat and next to him is a bag of
two bubble swords and a big bottle of bubble soap.
The kids from the school opposite the park love him.
Let’s call him, Mr Bubbles.
Mr Bubbles would wave the sword in the air
like a wand to create big bubbles for the kids.
Big bubbles, big pretty bubbles in the air
There’s something so inherently innocent
about blowing bubbles.
Well, in this case, it’s waving bubbles.
A beautiful reminder that childhood lasts all through life.
It’s fun just watching the bubbles float in the air and
see the kids jumping with joy and the smiles on their faces.
What an awesome way to spread some joy, Mr Bubbles.
A new year is dawning.
The year of the golden pig is upon us.
I’m still trying to pig the right words
to wish you a very happy Chinese new year.
May this new year brings you
a clean bill of health,
abundance of joy and laughter.
And may you always bring home the bacon
and have lots of
Hogs & kisses,
My hometown friends…
Some of us met in kindergarten
others in Primary or
“Keep in touch” was penned in my
autograph book by most friends.
Many years have come and gone
Staying in touch has proved to be
much harder than we thought.
But yesterday, I was thankful
we made an effort to
come together for a simple
Chinese New Year lunch.
Though we missed those schoolmates
who were unable to join us.
It was fun to talk and laugh
about the good old days
the memories of our childhood
and school days that
have stayed with us and
kept us young at heart.
Some of us never did grow up,
grateful to those who accept
and tolerated our quirkiness.
We know each others’
strengths and weaknesses
yet we do not judge.
We accept each other
with different views and
perspective about things.
After all, we are on this
journey called life with
the same hopes and dreams,
To be happy and healthy
To love and to feel loved
Peace of mind and a good night’s rest
To be accepted and knowing that
we have walked this journey
the best we know and could have.
… is the best medicine!
This is just a slice of the action.
Baguette it! You wouldn’t understand how much I loaf you.
Ahh…it’s Friday. Think I’ll stay in bread the whole day.
It’s time for some vitamin HA!