Went to the mall shopping with my parents today… and out of nowhere I started to have wild imaginations. Pretending, dreaming of going to the mall with a “boyfriend”…. which I’ve never had one :l… in my wonderful, sweet, lovely dream, I have totally lost the interest in shopping to devote my full attention to daydreaming >_____<
If I have to guess, my best guess would be that I was possed by the book I'm reading recently. Tiny Times 1.0 by Guo JingMing. Imagining myself as the main character with her perfect moments with her boyfriend…. I think I seriously need to take a break from reading before I starts to go crazy >



Life lessons

It feels like I’ve learned a lot of life lessons lately…especially when I’m not in school. These came at random time, random people and had been going through my mind constantly. They are all sort of lessons such as:

– We can’t stop the fact that we’ll grow up someday and things will change no matter how hard we try to keep it the same
– We’ll forever become beware of the situation no matter how much we tell ourselves and others that we don’t believe in it… like the rumor of 2012
– Life is not just black and white, it’s a shade of grey so that sometime we have to lie to move forward. Don’t get too honest because people will look down on us. Tell them what they want to hear.
– You’ll always be able to think of million reasons to not do something, but it’s the one reason to do it overthrows them all. Instead of giving up when you hit a dead end, try to work around it.
– Don’t underestimate small things because you’ll never know how those small things can contribute to big things.
– Even though we are so serious and determine about something in our minds, we still find a hard time saying it out loud.
– Life is a script. We just follow it and can’t do anything to change it. This is called nature and culture.
– Everthing has its price. You must pay out certain things to exchange for certain things.


The most important one of them all: no matter how much of these quotes, sayings, and life lessons I realized, none of them take any effect on me (_ _!)…. I thibk the only way I’ll learn is the hard way: learn by doing 😐


I’m a bad cook, I’m a bad baker… what am I going to do with myself in the future when I’m moving out T”T my third attempt at baking cookies…. not sure how’s the peer review of it but it looks like I’m the only one bringing food to the freaking pot-luck 😐



I don’t know how many dramas i’ve watched throughout my life. Characters falling in love; the girl found her prince charming and the boy found his princess. Drama after drama, series after series. It doesn’t matter if the guy make the first move or holding on to a one-sided love, I still can’t get myself to believe that guys can be romantic and are more committed in a relationship. Now that I have a problem of my own, I still don’t believe it. They don’t struck me as the with more feelings or emotionals. Is this even normal? Or is it really cruel and heartless of me?