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Seventy Four.

October 27, 2009 /



"We like to think we're fearless, eager to explore unknown lands and soak up new experiences, but the fact is, we're always terrified. Maybe the terror is part of the attraction. Some people go fort the horror movies. We cut things open. Dive into dark water. And at the end of the day, isn't that what you'd rather to hear about? If you've got one drink and one friend and 45 minutes. Slow rides make for boring stories. A little calamity. Now that's worth talking about."

- Meredith Grey.

okay so what are my recent updates?

1. locked in NTU's toilet cubicle for the handicapped, with rescue from Jeong & Joseph, plus a 'rescue team'.
2. locked in my OWN hse, in sis's room. had to call for locksmith. the number on the receipt for the new lock came out right on the same night & we didnt buy it. zzzz max.

okay yes so that was Shan being locked twice in a row in a week. lucky or lucky?!

I cant wait for Fri cause my princess aka my niece will be back in Spore! YES AH!
my entries are getting real disorganized & untidy but bear with it okay. yes/no?
simple reasons/excuses: no time + no happenings!
I just miss my khakis & my buddies & my ghosts very much.

last but not least, I'm back to dark brown hair!
looking sorta oriental now. :)
ending off with another interesting para to share:

" We like to think that we are rational beings; humane, conscientious, civilized, thoughtful.
But when things fall apart, even just a little,
it becomes clear we are not better than animals.
We have opposable thumbs, we think, we walk erect, we speak, we dream,
but deep down we are still routing around in the primodial ooze;
biting, clawing, scratching out an existence in the cold, dark world like the rest of the tree-toads and sloths.
There’s a little animal in all of us
and maybe that’s something to celebrate.
Our animal instinct is what makes us seek comfort, warmth, a pack to run with.
We may feel caged, we may feel trapped, but still as humans we can find ways to feel free.
We are each other’s keepers,
we are the guardians of our own humanity
and even though there’s a beast inside all of us,
what sets us apart from the animals is that
we can think, feel, dream and love.
And against all odds, against all instinct, we evolve."


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