- My Origin Story from the 70’s- thanks to my mum’s meticulous diaries
- My Greatest Worry is that Health Insurance Terms & Premiums Keep Changing
- My Partner’s Thoughts on Aging
- Horrified by the attack on Salman Rushdie
- Aging Sucks
- One of My Mum’s proudest moments as a kid back in 1957
- What are the three best decisions you’ve ever made?
- I Don’t Like the Saying ‘New Normal’.
- Was the Pre-Smart Phone & Pre-Globalisation Era Truly Superior?
- For Those Who Grieve? The Unbearable Pain Does Diminish
- Being Human
- Why I Always Reach For Food
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Tag Archives: US
Was agitated by the crowds at Compass Point (I just call it Sengkang Mall). The noise didn’t help. There was an event going on where some local personalities were on the loud speaker trying to sell electronic good like TVs … Continue reading
Update July 2013: The revamped IMM is my top choice at the moment. What I wrote previously: Forget about Johor Premium Outlets which needs to get it’s act together if they want business to continue. Prices are just way too … Continue reading
This was from way back in late March when Cold Stone Creamery first opened and I was so excited to try an authentic ice cream from the US, but somehow it slipped my mind and it’s taken me months to … Continue reading
Things you don’t see/hear in Singapore & visitor from Boston, Jim’s Observations (via Expat Bostonians)
Fascinating post by Crystal that I had to reblog. I love seeing Singapore, from a different perspective. My friend Jim recently wrote about his trip to Singapore, and he noted that he rarely if ever heard police sirens. Which got … Continue reading
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLiqvZOP8TY&feature=popt00us08] I didn’t realize how bad the oil spill was till I saw this. It is pretty horrifying how our Oceans are being polluted. Even more horrifying are reports that the spill is spreading faster than expected. And why is … Continue reading