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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

31.12.2013 Last Day of 2013

I m sick!!!!
Fever n sore throat are my accompanion to celebrate new year Eve..
What a sucks way...

Faster recover and I can kill 3 tigers again in 2014...woohoooooo~~ 

Monday, December 30, 2013

2013年 12月 30日          天气还不错、心情却不佳 :(

今天,变成了一只有点发烧/闭尺/崩溃的鱼 :( 

发烧- 应该是因为8包榴莲
闭尺- 我的主子,get 不到他要什么,一时一样
崩溃- 生气自己,为什么做的东西都不是主子要的....*angry + 3个春*


P/s: 倒数两天就2014了,悲伤/压力/心情不佳的鱼,你可以别跟着我跨年吗?

Friday, December 27, 2013


Beautiful things don't ask for attention :) 
- The quote from the movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

This is true, but hard to believe.. 

With Loves,

an ordinary girl who believe in herself  

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Boxing day, Gift unwrapped day ❤

It’s boxing day! Which means a day Santa Claus can rest when he already worked so hard sending present to everyone all over the world on Christmas Day..

here the story of Boxing Day which i picked it from Mr. Google. :P

Traditionally, Boxing Day is the day following Christmas Day. Though there are several theories on how Boxing Day originated, the most commonly accepted theory is that it was on the 26th of December that servants and tradespeople received “Christmas box” gifts from their employers, inspiring the name.
Another story suggests that Boxing Day’s origins can be found in the song “Good King Wenceslas.” An article in TIME World states “According to the Christmas carol, Wenceslas, who was Duke of Bohemia in the early 10th century, was surveying his land on St. Stephen’s Day — Dec. 26 — when he saw a poor man gathering wood in the middle of a snowstorm. Moved, the King gathered up surplus food and wine and carried them through the blizzard to the peasant’s door. The alms-giving tradition has always been closely associated with the Christmas season.”

These days however, Boxing Day is most best described as the bank holiday after Christmas that is observed by the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and some other Commonwealth nations. In these countries Boxing Day is treated as a statutory holiday in which all full-time workers receive time off with pay.
In some European countries such as Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, and Scandinavia, the 26th of December is celebrated simply as the second day of Christmas. Boxing Day is additionally a big day for viewing sports on television including football (soccer), rugby, horse racing and more!

How I wish I can spend this time lounging around a fire with family, friends, unwrapped presents and plump post-holiday feast bellies. *so westernize*

But too bad, usually, the typical house in Asia won’t have bond fire stove in the house. Hihi. So what can I do I just sitting on the floor, and unwrapping all my Christmas gift happily  and satisfy-ly on this boxing day! Hihi

Happy Holidays & best wishes for the New Year!