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He will, he will, he will!Karen
With a devoted and capable wife behind him, I think KK will be strong enough to see everything to completion. The sky’s not falling down anytime soon. And things will eventually seem brighter.I had my problems in both undergrad and grad school days. For instance, someone ran away with ALL my cash savings in the 1st year of grad school and I was worried sick that I had to drop out (GBP 35 on the streets of London, and US$70 in my bank account in the US) - I was a big time worrier and whiner, but it eventually worked out after a lot of unnecessary stress. I stepped on toes and I found out who were my friends. Looking back, I think I needed to emotionally relax, count my blessings and believe in hope, instead of living in constant fear and cynicism and being a drama mama. This was not the first problem and it certainly was not the last, but this was one of the times when I eventually had the maturity and time to look back, and I can laugh about the misadventures.I’m undergoing another of my low points right now – some days are so bad that I go into depression – I’m sorry that I vented on a couple of classmates and hope that they will be magnanimous – I don’t want to be seen as the “crazy woman” – however, my experience and logic tells me that the problems will pass and no matter how dark the days, there are always the sweet moments to savour too. =)Lots of good wishesPearlyn
to paraphrase bob the builder's tag line: can he do it? yes he can! :)have faith.
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