Some people brought their babies to Jesus for him to place his hands on them. The disciples saw them and scolded them for doing so, but Jesus called the children to him and said, "Let the children come to me and do not stop them, because the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Remember this! Whoever does not receive the Kingdom of God like a child will never enter it."Luke 18:15-17
Friday, December 23, 2005
Ahhh... year 2005 is coming to a close, and Christmas is in the air. It's the right season for reflection and thanksgiving on the year that has been, for carolling from house to house, for Christmas preparations and family gatherings, gifts and greeting cards, and of course... the Year-End sales.
It is really heart warming, to listen to carollers rendering familiar Christmas carols in their jovial mood, on a cold and dark night (as it has been here). Brings my mind to the scene where a group of nocturnal shepards first heard an angelic choir proclaiming the birth of Christ, back in the little town of Bethlehem many years ago. And that cold and dark night marked a new chapter in human history.
Anyway, due to hectic work schedule, EOD on-call 4 times in a row (if you are in the medical line, you will understand; if you are not, it's too gruesome for your mind, so please ignore this), I am tired. One colleague is in India for annual leave, another was on one-week MC for tonsilitis. Managed to join the carollers for one night only. We had a little Santa Claus with us. Till today I still dunno who was behind the Santa mask. Click to see more photos: Christmas Carolling 2005
Anyway, I am taking leave starting tomorrow. Some rest, at last.
Friday, December 09, 2005
On this day twenty plus years ago, I was something like this (different gender though). Today, I caught hold of this fella who arrived twenty plus years later. Big fat fella with lots of flesh. She wouldn't ever know that her nude photo appeared on the internet. Kekeke...
How time flies.
My grandma is very ill now. She looked so fine just months ago. I once heard a saying that goes like "Coffins are made not for the elderly; they are for the dead.". Live each day well for there is no turning back. We never know when our time will come. And when it's time, we will all pass on...
Work has been quite busy. Had to cut 2 babies out, late last night and pre-dawn today. It was a tiring day. Worsening symptoms of aging...
My old Pajero is finally sold off. Not good a price, but at least it is sold off. Maintaining the old vehicle really tested my patience and faith. Am waiting for My-orange-Vi. Still on the waiting list.
Looking around for a decent place to take bridal photos at a decent price. Any suggestion?