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[1: 865 of 10,000] New Tradition for December 15th

In Journal on December 15, 2012 at 11:59 PM

Today, December 15th, 2012, a new tradition for my family (with my two sissies anyway) is born.

This is the first time that we remembered the birthday of our mum without her. The best way for us to celebrate it is to wake up early, go to a coffee shop to buy breakfast, and hit the beach to eat the breaky with the aquamarine beach water as our view.

It’s pretty cold this time of the month here in Dubai but the warmth of our love for simply and truly loving one another kept the day smooth, meaningful, and blessed. We made a pact that every year from this point onward, wherever we are, on the 15th of December, we should eat breakfast at the beach to honor our mum.

Our mum is the greatest mum we couldn’t be luckier to have. She loved us and supported us in her most unique and loving way. She spoiled us with lessons that we would practice for the rest of our lives. She is the reason my sissies and I are all here in the world. Yor couldn’t be writing this blog post without her. I am loved by her and I love her back now until my last breath.

New Tradition for December 15th

[1: 49 of 10,000] Hit It

In Journal on January 13, 2011 at 6:06 PM

When we were little and we got into an accident, say I trip and hit the chair and got hurt, our elders usually get back with the chair by hitting it and saying ‘bad chair’.

The other day my mum hurt herself when she hit the table and caused her a bruised on her leg. She’s baby talking and I said ‘bad table’ and hit the table pretending to defend her.

Crazy how time flip and we’re exchanging places.