Big enough to pull many vomit tricks on my mommy. Heho.
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Friday, January 27, 2012
Kerana hormon juga, sekarang tidak lagi boleh begini keluar masuk kedai baju kedai kasut kedai beg. Melainkan, ada beg muntah kecemasan di dalam kocek.
(Selamat tinggal donia supermarket.)
I long to see month 4. They say the leash is broken by then. Mak Long Ki-Moira, will you be waiting for me at the finish line? Extend your arms out to me and off we go to el paradiso pavilliano?
Saturday, January 21, 2012
1) Peanut butter on plain bread
2) Sirap limau, not too much as it may mess with my naturally sensitive tummy.
3) Hot clear soup
4) Plain rice with something mild e.g. Ayam goreng, begedel, ikan bilis goreng
5) Anlene yoghurt
6) Being snarky. Oops.
1) Anything with too much egg
2) Almost everything else
I should probably be thankful that hubby is not a smoker. Those lot are the worst, followed by cat food! It's only been a few weeks but I think I should already apologise to mom for all the hassle she went through when she was carrying me. I, apparently, exhausted her till due day. Ummm...I probably still do now. Haha.
So here's to all vomiting mothers to-be out there! Who says we're a bunch of ungrateful betches for whining about the exhaustion when all we do is talk to the tiny pea when no one's looking. Wooooot!
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Sentiasa rasa macam ada makanan mau keluar balik.
Sentiasa rasa ok sikit kalau makan sikit (read: SIKIT).
Sentiasa rasa mahu tidoooooooooooor.
Tidak lagi larat menengok baju di dalam kedai. (Macam tak percaya kan yang last ini?)
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
When there's passion, there's no question you'll be where you should rightfully be, doing what you rightfully want.
Mr Robert Boxwell, you may have only given us a tiny taste of the Harvard experience but it will be the most invaluable take-away of this local uni MBA program. We're forever thankful for the past year of gruelling maths and long cases that took hours to understand (if we ever did before the lecture sessions, haha). It's such a loss that the school does not share the same view as yours, when us students do.
To those who think that only fools go back to school, shame on you. You asked, 'for what'?. Our answer is, for this experience that you are not capable of delivering to us.
Despite the exhaustion we wouldn't trade it for any other. As for me, the silver lining seems to show more and more.