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Pearls

I hardly wear jewellery, but I love gazing at it. Pearls remind me of a teacher we had who had the most amazing sexy curvy figure which she squeezed into tight cheongsams. She was so elegant and liked to twirl … Continue reading

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I am Living

Heart wrenching tale by a very brave survivor of unimaginable childhood trauma. Wish I could say or do something to erase her pain. Just want to share her blog, I am Living This brave woman needs all our empathy and … Continue reading

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Ann Curry overwhelmed by Nadya Suleman’s Octuplets

I can’t help but be fascinated by this story. There is no denying that Nadya Suleman’s children seem healthy and beautiful, but how does anyone managed with that many kids and no financial means. The anxiety that must produce every … Continue reading

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The Shaytards Story on Forbes, Coopertard & their Aunt in Singapore

I haven’t blogged about the Shaytards in a while, but Coopertard is one of my favourites. He doesn’t appear very often, but when he does he’s a riot. He’s the cousin who’s the same age as Babytard and they have … Continue reading

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China: Jilted Bride Attempts to Leap from Building

I hope the Chinese authorities treat her with compassion. The poor girl looks utterly distraught. The pain must have overwhelmed her in that moment. You can read the full article at the Daily Mail. Even more shocking, when you watch … Continue reading

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Shalimar the Clown by Salman Rushdie

You can read my thoughts about this wonderful book at Tiny Island. An exquisite tragedy.

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Books: Shalimar the Clown by Salman Rushdie

Shalimar the Clown is a book by Salman Rushdie who won the booker of bookers for Midnight’s Children. This was an almost 400 page book and I took nearly 3 weeks to finish this. Actually I took more than 2 … Continue reading

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When Daydreaming Got Me into Trouble

The other day I borrowed a book from the library and I was so engrossed I walked out and then was stopped dead in my tracks by the shrieking beep of security thingy at the exit. I automatically walked backwards, … Continue reading

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Every Sunday

Every Sunday I tell myself that the next week will be different. I will start afresh on Monday. EVERY SUNDAY. Seriously. I feel like I am stuck in limbo and not moving forward. I have been stuck in limbo for … Continue reading

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5 Must Read Singapore Blogger Posts

1. This story of a young boy and his siblings who fight for his life chilled me to the bone. It’s just so heartbreakingly, achingly sad. I am glad that Singapore has compassionate young people like blogger Kirsten. 2. She … Continue reading

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