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The hubby quit his job in July 2013 and started his own thing. After months of sheer hard work, it resulted in this.

I am extremely proud of him. I’ve seen how he has grown in his role from the Director of Engineering (his previous job) to CEO in a company he built up from scratch and I feel very happy that all his hard work has been validated. I’ve seen all the things he had given up, like sleep for example, in relentless pursuit of his goals and it makes me very very happy that he’s slowly seeing some fruits of his labor.

Its not easy to start something new, I’ve seen the challenges that he had to overcome and his tenacious nature really shines through. His mental strength in dealing with stress and new challenges is quite aspiring to watch. No matter how many things he has on his plate, he always manages to pull through. Sometimes, I look at his ToDo list and I think to myself, OMG! he needs to clone himself in order to make that happen! Somehow or rather, he always gets the job done. He’s very busy all the time and sometimes he has very little time for me but I know that I’m always in his mind and that he looks forward to coming home at the end of the long work day, for food, cuddles and a listening ear. It makes me happy that I can do that for him.

I’m elated for him that things are going so well and I hope that for the rest of his life, he can continue to do the things that makes his heart sing even if it is sometimes at odds with the things I want.

Hup Hup my dear husband! I will¬†always try my best to be as supportive as possible. You ROCK! Its 2am now and his plane has just landed, can’t wait for him to be home! Wheeeeee!



Achievement unlocked!

This week has been the best week of 2014!

I have not only, gotten all A’s for all my assignments in the language class I’m taking, but also have been accepted into a Masters Program in Educational Psychology. The former is worth mentioning because I took a college class partly to ‘switch on my engines’, in preparation for graduate studies. It’s swell that I’ve done well, because it gives me greater confidence in doing well for Graduate School.

I’m really excited and grateful for the opportunity to return to school again. I aspire to do more with my life and I feel that this is taking a HUGE step in the right direction. Once again tho, I must remind myself that the journey is as important as the destination. While I want to graduate well academically, I must make sure that I fully enjoy and embrace the learning process.

I’m enjoying the lovely spring weather and looking forward to making a trip back home to my lovely country, Singapore. I miss my family and friends dearly and can’t wait to see them again! Oh, and all the super-yummy-drool-worthy-delicious Singaporean food!!!

I feel so happy that my chest is ballooning in happiness. I’m not sure if that even makes any sense to anyone. However, it does to me!

Special mention must be given to my sweetie pie hubby and all who love me, for their constant support!