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I wish there was more time for me to update here but....

.....running around like a headless chicken. I wish I have hired some burly men with rippling muscles and nice tight bun to help with the loading and unloading, but I didn't. I wish my internet access was up at the new place but it's not, so for now, my old home is still my office. It's lonely here. :-( I wish my fishes weren't dying but they are. I wish my piano was already at the new place, bit it's not. It's still here. I wish I was around in my Facebook and can update my blog more often, the way I used to, but I can't. I wish I was less of a e-person than I actually am. I actually thot I could survive without my computer, but in actual fact, I cannot. I wish I kept a couple of packets of nescafe here but I didn't. I wish my shoulders and arms weren't aching so much because I have difficulty typing this out. There's lots of time to get things into place and I am slowly sliding into the groove of living in the new place. It's quiet and a nice neighborhood. Away from all the jazz and bustle. Someone once commented in my blog that if I wanted to get away from traffic jam and the noisy urbanite life, I'd have to move to a kampung house in some obscure corner in kelantan. But hey, lookie here, I found it wor and it's only 10mins away from my old home. Suprise, surprise *showing finger to the fella who was so sarcastic to me in the beginning* My friends and family on FB and my blog, please don't desert me just because I am around here much for now, ok? Pretend I am really big and heavy, like Terminator wan, ok? I'LL....BE BACK!


Anonymous said…
LoL... don't worry, will wait for you (albeit a lil impatiently on my end, hehehe..) to settle down and come back to the e-world.

where's your 'urban kampung'? sounds like a real nice place
Marsha Maung said…
another mom, thank you!! can't publish where my urban kampung is but it's near Damansara Jaya. If I publish here and afterwards lots of people come to my house and ask for autograph leh? hahahahahaha!!!! sorry, a bit siow now that I got internet access....AT 1 IN THE MORNING!
blinka.Li said…
1am in the morning still awake? I in my 3rd dream d!!

Hmmm...I am still looking for a new house..y the price is so sky rocketing high??!! :(
Anonymous said…
don't worry, i understand that u can't publish your urban kampung's location.

enjoy your new home :D
Marsha Maung said…
blinka, have to wait until kids sleep then drive over to the old house to work a bit before driving back. damn sien lah.... sob sob!

another mom, frankly speaking, i am trying very hard to enjoy the new home lor but not completely done with the moving, hence, a lot of clutter all over the place. one look gives me a massive headache!

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