Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Hiroshima sky is always blue.
Deena's empyrean is ever changing.
Monday - red
Tuesday - purple
Wednesday - black
and today?

An enriching cocktail of bleeding pink, billowing orange and crowning yellow.
It's a beautiful day for me.

I started off chatting to Paul who left me to Singapore and of course, my best friend Deshna. Paul gave me a refreshing slice of lemon as he opened my mind on university courses that he thinks are suitable to me.

Continued my morning, eating breakfast with Chris with the sun beaming in excitement. It was my first breakfast in a long, long while.

Then walked into reception to find my security guard, Mohabs signing off to go home - but told me to come by his car to show me something. I sat in the front seat as he pulled out 3 boxes from an adorable butterfly-incased gift bag. He told me that he was experimenting with his creativity at his friend's house and did 3 experiments.
When he gave them to me though - I couldn't stop laughing, giggling and smiling. I was thinking he drew me a picture, and never imagined to be handed this..

How adorable is that!
Then I came home to hop online to find that my friend from China had sent me an e-mail to check up on me and my FATHER had written a reply to my e-mail. And the contrast between his reply compared to every single other old e-mails is extreme. I never thought I'd say this, but Chris was right in saying that this trip could change my relationship with him. I can already feel that his words aren't so empty when he's saying "Love always, daddy"

Afterwards, I got a phone call from the University saying that I can do one subject if I want to, if I think I can handle it. I think I'll take it up so I don't spend my days doing nothing. True?

I then voted for an Australian same-sex couple to win a sky high marriage on the internet after hearing their story on television. Just vote here and make some lovebirds' dreams come true!

In commemoration to John Lennon's 70th birthday on Saturday, I've been reading about the controversial Yoko Ono. I don't know what to think about her (apart from "She's fine for a 77 yr old"), but nevertheless - interesting.

I am soon going to the city and then to the Tim Burton Exhibition - I'll let you know how that goes!