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An Aftermath...

I M SO LAZY TODAY! Why? sigh.. back to work lo.. after taking 2 days off and having 7 days of rest, I m just too lazy to start work. Still in Chinese New Year mood, office is also quiet, thank goodness. No urgency, no contractors lurking around the corriders, no chasing of payments... at least...serene, can relax a bit especially after some late nights before.

Yesterday was an upturn in my life, I realise that I will miss my kids if they go off for their further studies when they reach 18. My son who was supposedly leaving home for KL to further his studies took a roundabout turn. An incident made him change his mind and he now realises home is still the best but then, of course, soon or later, he has to leave the "nest" and to face the world in a matter of weeks from now. But for the time now, he and I will continue to appreciate each other's presence in the house, never to quarrel, never to squabble ... right Andy? (*winks*)


  1. Mee too. Today got start to work. But still in holiday mood.

  2. yeah.. still in holiday mood too.. just heard this coming tuesday another public holiday for perakians... hehe..

  3. sudah besar, sudah berkokok lor....hehehehe.

  4. hi Claire, i'm here for a visit.. i've been lazy to blog lately too. and i've made pittance lately on ping pong piang lately...

  5. Me too. Today got back to work and I was swarmed with lots of tasks and a cold engine in me. I was 'woken' up only when boss talk to me on project updates where I was still blur blur... It's really a roller coaster between two extremes, total relaxation and work stress.
    OK la..they have to go to pursue their careers and life...

  6. oh yes, going back to work isn't always easy. although, I do like having things "normal" again.
    Have a great weekend!

  7. hehehe....yapp...more bonding of mommy and son LOL

  8. wow, that is quite a turnaround. but good for you and him - more appreciation now. and this will in a way help prepare you in the future :) (think most mummies and some dads miss their children lots too) :)


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