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Books I have completed reading since January 2018:

1. No Man's Nightingale - Ruth Rendell
2. One Day - David Nicholls
3. The Door - Margaret Atwood
How did I fall in love with you?
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Another Yao Si Ting song to share with you all. I'm surprised that the original singer of this song is Backstreet Boys! And I prefer her version, unfortunately.

I find this song is very sad. And it somehow hammered in my head for the past one whole week. I kept singing wherever I went today. Strange.

Hope you guys like it. =)

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Where's my love
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
I'm so glad that I asked the boutique owner about the music she was playing in the shop, for it was the best version of Scarborough Fair I have ever heard. The singer is Yao Si Ting, a jazz audiophile, but unfortunately I have never heard of her. In fact I think Olivia Ong is more popular than her, because I could not find live footage of her singing on youtube.

So here I am sharing with you one of her songs that have been stuck in my head for the past few weeks. Hope you like it as much as I do.

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Happy Birthday
Sunday, September 18, 2011
I'm finally 26.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011
You guys know that I always dream of snakes right? Apparently my friend dreamed of me being bitten by a snake on Monday night!

How strange is that?!

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Ahem Ahem
Monday, September 12, 2011
The office caterer and I surprisingly can get along quite well. I guess the main reason is he is very friendly and easy to talk with. So anyways I asked him to sponsor my team lunch boxes after telling him his cheque from a previous catering order is coming via snail mail. And do you know what was the response? He choked after hearing the word 'sponsor'. We both ended laughing.

Oh well, I hope my team is able to get lunch boxes from him. =)

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Friends, what?
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Recently, I was told sort of a top secret due to my frankness on some matters. I think it was a privilige to know this secret, but I wasn't happy at all to know. I rather not know it, because the reason I was told because I seem to be able to get along with a difficult character friend. I would say it was rather I have given the impression that I am able to control this difficult person. I was quite disappointed to know the reason.

I only get to know this friend for a short time, but I think I understand how his brain functions and the reasons behind his questions thrown in the meeting. This friend doesn't have any vile intentions, but somehow our friends seem to always understood people who posed critical analysed questions. I also never understood the reason behind it. I was even told to just follow the flow. I think that is ridiculous, because no matter what, we all can't follow something without asking even one question. It's not that I don't have any trust, but then it just makes sense to me to ask questions to have a clearer direction. Is there anything wrong with it?

Well, for example: you are not allowed to ask what colour your wedding theme is. It's your wedding and you can't ask? And the reply is ... just follow la. What if you want to chip in your ideas too? But unfortunately you are not allowed to ask. If you ask, you will be marked as rebel, danger, and looking for trouble.

Somehow I really appreciate if people just give a chance to themselves to try to understand other people, not gossiping first. If the person who told me the secret would just sit down with this difficult friend of ours, this misunderstanding would dissolve over a cuppa coffee.

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