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11 July 2010 @ 06:22 pm
What was your childhood dream? Did you ever accomplish it?

I wanted to be a teacher. Then i wanted to publish my work and i still dream about it. I am not sure if i will ever become a school teacher but i can say that somewhere along the way while growing up i WAS a teacher to someone. 
07 July 2010 @ 08:52 pm
Which song lyrics send shivers down your spine and really hit you emotionally?

Many of Muse's songs do just that to me. 
A few of them being Glorious and Eternally Missed, both from their B-sides and Hoodoo, from their album Black Holes and Revelations. 
To me, Muse's song lyrics are REALLY meaningful and they do have some kind of impact on my life. 
22 June 2010 @ 12:25 am

No offense to any Twilight fans anyways.
(Harry Potter ftw.)  
20 June 2010 @ 07:06 pm

Well yesterday i had a project work meeting and for some strange reason drink-driving and teenage pregnancy became hamsters. We spent a few minutes talking about ... yes, hamsters, or rather, pets, in general. So yes we sort of mentioned my dog. And we talked about a pet's death. How it's never easy to get over for it's like losing a human friend/relative who lived with you, in your house, for years. I must say it took very long for me to accept the fact that my dog will never be with me again. But i still think about her, and write about her sometimes. I haven't done this in a while. There are just some things that are reminding me of her and i really want to write it down.  

Today i flipped open Lifestyle of the Sunday Times to read this article by Sumiko Tan. It is about her losing a pet dog. This dog was a pomeranian (my dog was a cross between a pomeranian and another breed by the way) who had made the news in 2009 after being found stuffed inside a plastic bag and dumped somewhere in Singapore. The reporter wrote that she adopted the dog and when she first received the dog, the dog was in a bad condition with a nerve problem in her legs. But the dog became well over the months but later on, she started losing hair and her legs became weak again. One eye became infected with something, and one day, she was in convulsions. She bit her tongue while having a seizure. They later put her to sleep. 

It's all very sad. I can understand the writer's feelings. But what really touched me were her words after that. She said, 

click to continue: Dogs are lovable because, unlike humans, they are never mean. But some are more special.Collapse )
And i didn't make this entry friends-only because i don't see any reason to hide this, or my emotions when it comes to my dog.