25% of my 39th year is over and if I had to take stock, the last quarter has been quite revealing about how I’m still very much a work-in-progress. There’s a clear picture in my head of the 84 year-old lady I hope to become and at close to 40, I don’t know if I’m halfway there but hey, we just keep trying 🙂
While I keep trying, here’s the two monkeys that make my ride so much more fun. My little sister and my crazy cousin who is more a brother. Growing up, these two have driven me crazy but at the same time, I know they always have my back like I do them. Both of them have showed me unwavering support and when I make a mistake, they will be there to pick me up without asking questions.
As I get older, I’ve learnt to be grateful and in my last year of my 30s, I’m so thankful for the childhood memories these two monkeys gave me and I can’t wait to make more so that when we’re all silver and wrinkled we can look back at our mid life with the same fondness.
Like most first birthdays, my Godson, Christian hasn’t quite grasp the gravity of the celebrations. For me and the rest of his family, we can’t quite believe it’s been a year since this little angel has graced our lives with his sweet smiles and contagious laughter.
Went over to give him his present, a train set, which I reckon will keep him entertained till he’s about three. Guess what? He was more enamoured with the Sesame Street sticker that was on the wrapping. Today he teaches me to keep it simple 🙂
Happy First Birthday my little buddy!! May your life be filled with all you need to make your dreams come true and keep your heart as pure as it is today. Love you to bits, little one.
When it comes to my munchkins, I’m so grateful for this bunch.
They are the little people in my life that remind me what is important in the world and last week we have an addition to the bunch.
Today my cousin turns 40 today and she gave herself the best birthday present ever.
Hello my blog world, please meet my new niece, Caitlin and the latest addition to my growing munchkins. Living in the 21st century means that I get daily updates from her Mummy and their new lives in Zurich but I really really wished they were at Mount Alvernia and I could just drive by to see them. Such is the world we live in today. The world is so small some times and other times so very big.
Good news though, she’ll be back in July!! Can’t wait to cuddle her and show her how much love waits for her half way around the world. For now, I’m grateful for Whatsapp/Skype/FaceTime and modern technologies that helps us stay in touch and make the distance between Singapore and Zurich shorter than the 10,286.93km it really is.
Oh yah, before I wrap my post dedicated to Caitlin, Happy Birthday to her Mummy, my cousin, Gwen who is celebrating her first birthday as Mummy and my other cousin, Cheryl who is celebrating her first birthday as a Mrs Tan!! Celebrations all round 🙂 For the rest of us happy Wednesday!!
I love lunch time dates!! They give me a break in the work day and make me smile like no other things can. So when Raewyn’s Mum asked me over for lunch, I jumped at the chance.
I had such a blast with Raewyn that I can’t wait for the next date. The last time I saw her was at her one month.
The picture on the left is from her party and the picture on the right is from today 🙂 Look how she’s grown and into a real sweetie too. She let me cuddle her, play with her, we even made funny faces together and let me take numerous pictures of her. Isn’t she such a sweetheart?
It’s really easy to see why too. Her Mummy, Tess is one of the gentlest soul I know. I can’t wait to see this little one grow up into the fine lady I know she’ll become. Till then, I can’t wait for our next lunch date little one 🙂