And now you’re with someone else and I must go home, alone, to think about how long it takes to heal an alien heart.


Quote of the Day

The most significant gifts are the ones most easily overlooked. Small, everyday blessings: woods, health, music, laughter, memories, books, family, friends, second chances, warm fireplaces, and all the footprints scattered throughout our days.


I hope you all won’t hate me for haven’t been updating this site for… Gosh, I’ve lost track. I feel like I’m losing a little bit of my sanity everyday as I’m getting more and more attached to work.

My friend keeps telling me. “Work is not who you are. It’s what you are paid for. Don’t get too emotionally attached, and don’t ever bring it home.”

But what can I say when being emotional is part of my nature? How can I distinguish work and personal life so easily when most of the time I spend is at work?

And I let people get to me easily. I take the people I meet, the people I interact with, too seriously. I take their opinions to heart. I beam over their satisfaction, and gloom over their complains.

What is the secret of being professional? How can you separate and compartmentalize parts of your life as you wish? How can you not let things get to you?

“You learn as you go along,” I was told. I guess. It’s true for everything. I wish I can learn faster because I’m being way too emotional for my own good.

Sorry. To be fair, things have been pretty okay for me. I haven’t entirely been miserable during my absence, okay. I’ll blog more happy things next time, I promise!