"Jacqueline Koh
Plant your own garden and decorate your own soul, instead of waiting around for somebody to give you flowers"
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Sunday, February 13, 2011 || 3:25 AM





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'Do you know where the idea of a labyrinth first came from?
It was the ancient Mesopotamians (lol sounds like hippopotamus right). They pulled out animals, sometimes humans intestines. And they used the shapes to predict the future. They admired the complex shapes of them. The prototype for labyrinths is, in a word - guts. Which also means that, the principle for the high hedges and complications are all inside of you. And this correlates to the labyrinth outside.'

Derrick drank too much the other day and left me to handle a client alone. Pretty scary, made it informal yet still maintaining the professionalism, and tadaaaaaaaaaa, I got over it! & I think I did a pretty good job :}
Great experience, hehe, Life is 10% of what happens to me & 90% of how i react to it

I'm starting to believe that sex is very important in a r/s. In today's society, people are going fast forward & hold a totally different viewpoint about many things and their viewfinders and growing bigger and less focused. People skip steps, processes, traditions and stuff like that along the same line.
I mean if they say love is mainly what keeps a r/s going, tell me one marriage which survives with the couple without sex?