Month: May 2013


“She is magic to me. Just seeing her comfortably cooking in the kitchen, hair bound up high could get me so delighted. And every time she turned around and smiled, my heart skipped a beat.”

Back to blogging after a while and found this randomly. Scrolling up and down, I found a lot of things he wrote about us that he didn’t tell me while we were together :)). I had zero idea about all those feelings that he felt about me. Such a surprise though! Of course we are going our own ways now and it’s good to let things go quietly just like this, it’s no point bringing this up after a year :). But still, how sad it was to read these unspoken words after more than a year :-<. It’s just sad. Those were such nice things to say and to be heard. :-?

Phew, stop thinking. Just be happy.

Memories memories. Urgh, it is said that there are always some things we better not know.


Reblog from Tu beo

01. Patience.

I think over the many years of dating and break-ups, if there’s anything I learnt about loving someone and being in a relationship, it’s patience.

It’s not about how sweet you can be, how much gifts you give, or even how much you’re willing to do for your loved one. It’s about how patient and understanding you can be when things aren’t going right, when someone does something that makes you angry, sad, or hurt.

If I think over every single argument I’ve had in the past, and the break ups, most of the time, if only one side could be more patient and understanding, everything could’ve been prevented.

It’s actually really easy to treat someone nicely, it’s easy to do a lot of sweet things for someone, it’s easy to shower someone with love and gifts. But it’s so hard, so hard, to be understanding and patient when things aren’t going the way you want. It took me so many years to try to learn this, and even now I can’t say it’s easy, but I know I’m still trying.

In my relationship, I lose in almost every argument I have with my girlfriend.
Not because I have no sense of principle or opinion. It’s because I finally realizes, that for almost every argument, it’s not really important who wins, deep inside, most of us all know what’s right and wrong. It’s just at the heat of the moment, we become stubborn, or we let our emotions take over our logic and we argue. In the past, every time I win an argument, after it’s all over, I feel we all know deep inside who was right and who was wrong, whether you’d admit it or not.

If you care and love someone, try to just let little meaningless things that’re not worth fighting go, sometimes even let the big things slide… just a piece of my mind.

Love is… Patience: