I know, it has been ages since my last entry in this blog. And yes, I know, I still haven't finish the New Zealand entries, which is now becoming a more distance and foggy memory. When ever I do have time to sit in front of the computer for other things than work, I can't seem to weave the letters in words, words into sentences and sentences into stories (just a fancier way of admitting I'm having writers' block). Our ever increasing age doesn't help much in the memory department either.
Speaking of age and aging, I had an intimate dinner with a bunch of close friends. We try to do it every now and then to catch up on each other. It was my first time dining in the TR outlet. I've heard so much about it. Unfortunately, the food wasn't as good as I expected. If it wasn't for the great company, I might not have enjoyed my dinner as much as I did.
Anyway, we were chatting away when to topic of age and aging came up. Yours truly, had recently turned *ehem* 25. Friends around the table would soon follow suit. Then someone mentioned and pondered whether he / she had done what ever he / she set out to do before reaching a certain age. While most still have thing yet to be accomplished (which included ending the single-dom era), I've ticked most items in my "life's to do list". Interestingly, "get married" was never on my list.
Fully aware that I fall under "at risk group", I'm just glad I made it to my *ehem* 25th birthday.
(p.s. A few family friends, and family members had passed on since 1st January 2010. The most recent was last week. And today, a staff of the company I worked with, passed away in one of the building in my area. I've just got back from the hospital. I've never met him. But in time of need, we banded together to lend a hand. Condolence to his family.)