Tag Archive: Age

Ngong Ping 360. Hong Kong. May 2009. Sooo wish I could go back....

1. True friends are so few.

2. Kind strangers exist in public vehicles.

3. Never wear gold bracelets when commuting along EDSA and LRT/MRT stations.

4. You think you know a person.

5. Forgiving a person from the heart is the HARDEST thing. But once you do forgive, it is the most healing and liberating experience.

6. Love never gives up.

7. Joy is way different from happiness.

8. The purest form of joy is being with my daughter.

9. Sebastian Ice Cream is heaven on a cone.

10. The IPod is one of the many great inventions of man.

11. Teaching is not a job. It is a calling.

12. Your payslip is not equivalent to your worth.

13. Smile more often. And mean it.

14. Every dusk is like God’s painting on the canvass of sky being presented to us each day. It is a matter of us pausing and praising God how marvellous He is.

15. The sun is God’s face. That is why we cannot see it directly for too long for we are not worthy to see His face.

16. We only achieve it when we conceive it.

17. Procrastination is like cancer. And I so badly need a chemotherapy.

18. Travelling is one of life’s greatest pleasures.

19. Being a wife is being humble (in all aspects).

20. You need to pray for the right person. He/She WILL come.

21. Sometimes, love is not enough to make a person happy and stay.

22. Caffeine is a vitamin.

23. Friends are like wine. They become better and better with age.

24. High school is way more memorable than college.

25. Sometimes, it is more important to be KIND than to be RIGHT.

26. Doing the laundry should be an Olympic sport.

27. My husband is the sexiest and smartest man I know, and will ever know.

28. My parents are the wisest people on the planet.

29. One should make every year of his life significantly different than the last.

30. When doing a favor for someone, be it little or great, never expect anything back. It is the true essence of giving.

31. Your health is your greatest asset.

32. Keep life pure and simple. It is the only way to contentment.

Turning 30…

The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.

– Lucille Ball


No, this is not my birthday cake. It is my Baby's when she turned 1 month old...


Guess Baby's age now? Hehe 😉

They say it is rude to ask a lady their age.

Well, there is some truth to that.  I feel my skin crawl each time someone asks me how old I am.  I don’t know.  It’s just me, I guess. And some billion other ladies out there.  Ha ha!  But frankly, I do not answer the question.  I just laugh it off to change the subject.  And if the person is sensitive enough, he/she should shift to the next topic.

Statistics had shown that AGE is one of the top 3 things that people lie about.  With one’s INCOME and SEX LIFE  following consecutively.

That made me think.

Perhaps the reason why people are quite uncomfortable when being asked about their age is that a truth in the form of a 2-digit number flashes at the back of their heads. People starts to panic seeing this number flashing mercilessly  deep within and starts asking themselves, “Will I tell the truth?”,   “Is my age so apparent?”, “Will my age ruin my perfectly done face lift?”, “Will I be judged?”.  Tsk tsk.  Truth is never kind, you know.

Or perhaps people are hesitant to tell their age because deep down inside, they know they had failed to act their age and feel sorry about it.   I admit  that happens to me quite often. Ha ha!

I  turned 30 last 18th of April.  I am proud to say that my greatest achievement in life, so far in the past 30 years,  was to bear a beautiful daughter.  My baby just outshines my all other accomplishments.

Proud Mom at 30.

Proud Mom at 30.

Now that I am at my third decade of existence, it just made me stop to wonder the events in my life that are both significant and mundane.  Should I be ashamed of my age?  I had realized that I need not be.  I am too blessed to be keeping  my age to myself.  Just too blessed.  Posting my true age in cyberspace is but proof  that I am now proud of reaching this point of my life.

Indeed, age is a very high price to pay for maturity.