The title says all. My mathematic teacher would probably go and dig her own grave and bury herself alive if she saw my equation, but it’s just too bad for her, cuz I’ve always been pretty bad in maths, and I tend to allow my right brain take control of my body.
1+1= Annie and Merryn. Today is about two of my good friend, Annie Q and The Lost Submerryn. I probably should talk about Merryn first, but then again, today is Annie’s birthday, and I want the Supermummy to a pair of twin boys feel special today.
I am bad at writing birthday wishes. They are never pretty or sounded nice. But please bear with me, and here comes the cringe inducing greetings:
Annie, when I first stumble upon your blog through STP’s blog, I practically freaked out and almost swear not to visit your blog again. Why? Because I feel that you are very, very intimidating.
You can make beautiful bentos…and there’s no way in hell I can make my food looks half as beautiful as yours. I am a complete disaster in the kitchen, and I have the power to burn almost anything that I cooked. My recently sodomized negro chicken speaks of my ability in the kitchen.
Another thing that intimidated me is that you’re also a Supermummy… because you had twins… boys no less, and I would have probably dropped dead and turn into a nasty Momster if I were to give birth to twins and take care of them all by myself. I didn’t really want to visit your blog because you made me feel small in comparison to you, as you can do so many things that I cannot do. But you made way into my heart when I was off-guard through your hot, fiery strip dancer entry, and I come to realize, that beneath that intimidating woman,Â there’s a sister and a friend inside. And I am so glad that I open up my heart to you, because you’re a very nice woman.
So here you go, Annie… Happy Birthday…. and be 18 at heart forever.
Next up is the famous Lost Submerryn…the lovely, bombshell Merryn. She lost her way while bloghopping and resurfaced at my blog not long ago, and yesterday, her Chinese New Year greeting card escaped from it’s torturous prison in Post Malaysia and made it’s way to my mailbox, and it’s the only thing that brought smile to my face yesterday.
Thank you, Merryn…God knows how long it has been since someone sent me the traditional greetings cards. LOL… I think it’s almost 10 years…technology takes over the world, I guess, and not many bothers to send greetings card anymore. You’re the first to send me cards in almost a decade. Now… that’s record breaking! And it is amazing that I received the whole card and not just the envelop. Because someone opened my card before it landed in my mail box. 🙁 There’s black finger print on it. 🙁 I hate it when this sort of thing happened, but, your card inspired a smile on my face nevertheless. Thank you, big sister! 😀
Cleffairy: I guess… it is true, isn’t it? Open up your heart and you’ll find love and friends everywhere. I did and I found Annie and Merryn. 😀