I'm back!!!!!!! After a longggggg break!!~ I had the best cny in penang this year. Valentine's....friends' gathering...the mini vacation.
Although i didnt make it to every gatherings...but still i'm contented.
Apart from the little disappointments from D and M. The rest is just perfect!!~
Will be uploading the Hard Rock pic really soon, but those who have my facebook.....i'm sure u have seen most of it there....well...maybe all of it.
The one surprise that caught me this CNY is that one of my friends is engaged on Vday...quietly....and the pre-wed shoots are all done. Wedding is in May.....this is amazing....
everything is so quick...and i'm really happy for both of them.
Congratulations, Charlie & Kelly!~ I can't wait to see your pre-wed photos,,,,pls do upload them...and dont keep them as secrets....and plssss don't do it like what EW did,,,,,one photo a day.,..teasing everyone.....erghh...!~ I can't stand the tease...LOL
Many of them were telling me that 2010 is not a good year for marriage because Tiger in chinese "fu" (cantonese)...or " hu" ( mandarin).. or "hor" ( hokkien)....have somewhat similar pronunciation as bitter. As superstitious as some may be...wedding in the "bitter" year is not a bad omen for a bad marriage. Alar..... i can also twist it to
Cantonese: ...can mean ....tiger= lou fu.....meaning the couple can grow old together.. "lao fu lao chai"......
Mandarin : "Hu"...."hu hu sheng wei"....the bond will be as strong as a tiger...
Hokkien : "Hor".....is related to bitter when it is pronounce as "Kor"....but it can also be pronounced as " Ho"..means good. A good marriage.
See....so what is wrong marrying in the year of Tiger??? Right???
If you are planning to build a family this year...go ahead...
I know the folks will definitely disagree...especially those superstitious ones....all you need to do is talk to them....Reasoning works best!!!