Its so true that line, and it was quite a poignant blog entry that ended with a cutesy photo of her and her sister.
I am fortunate to have had a wonderful childhood myself. Carefree days in which all you think about is what fun thing to do next!
Come to think about it, I didn't even have to think about that. I would just start doing something else as soon I stopped the first thing I was doing.
How many of you were like that too?
I've been an ACS boy for 10 years of my life. I attended ACJS, at Peck Hay Road. I've driven by that place several times. It looks exactly the same as it did over 12 years ago now.
This is me, off to school, with my teenage mutant ninja turtle lunch box. My mum would dutifully pack it everyday with egg or ham or cheese sandwich which I would unceremoniously dump, before going for my favourite Wanton mee in the canteen.
Hehe, you get away with all sorts of things when you are a kid.
Birthday parties at MacDonalds was always the cool thing. I wonder where all these friends have gone! Hahaha, look at us!
The most important part of anybody's childhood is family. And I had a great mum and dad. I knew it then, and I know it now.
My dad would always make time for the family. I remember doing so much shit with him, its not even funny really. Cycling, going to Istana, going to empress place, going on holidays. Its amazing how he found the time, but he did.
I lurpe my dad for that. But I'm sorry, what was he thinking with those pair of green shorts!!!
I never say it to my mum either, but she's the other hero in my life. Besides being amazingly beautiful (A fact I'm terribly proud of), she's an amazing woman. A homemaker, she has always cooked us the most wonderful meals, and yet found time to beautify the home, herself, and help my dad's businesses out.
I'd like to continue reminiscing, but I've got a date with a piece of Foie Gras, going over to Darren Chin's to cook someeee wooo hooooooo! Yes it is 11pm! 7 minutes on the lips, 7 inches on the hip! WOOTTT
Try to remember the kind of september when you were a tender and callow fellow.