They say it’ll be over. They say time will come. They say we’ll meet again someday. So, I hope we can catch up! It’s been 803 days, Daddy. I miss you. Continue reading Hi Dad!
Dad’s energy was endless. He’s the best example of living life to the fullest. No regrets. Left us a legacy we’ll never forget as long as we live. Continue reading Dad’s WOW #5
I’ve been talking about this small initiative of We Are Social Singapore for Father’s Day on Twitter but since I really love this project, I’m keeping its awesomeness here. Basically, a Tumblr site was created to host those #Donttellmum moments that you share with your dad. So you can share via tumblr or on Twitter by tagging @happydadsday. It was Daddy’s second death anniversary yesterday … Continue reading #Donttellmum
Don’t worry, there’s still tomorrow unless your case is terminal. Continue reading Dad’s WOW #4
To be no.1, you got to be different. To be different, you got to be yourself. Continue reading Dad’s WOW #3
Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step in your life. Tip toe if you must, but take a step. Continue reading Dad’s Wow #2
Bet you heard about “everything is possible,” but for my ever handsome Dad, whenever nothing is sure, grab the opportunity! It’s time to shine! Continue reading Dad’s WOW #1
When my sister and I arrived to see dad’s dead body, we rushed to kiss his hands and I sneaked in and put my hand near his armpit like I usually do before we sleep. His hands were already cold but where I placed my hand near his armpit was so warm and I kept my hand in it for a few minutes before it … Continue reading More than a heartbreak
I know I’ve talked about the background of my dad’s personality and lifestyle in my blog post about how tweeting helped my dad but I know I owe this story to my dad’s friends who are worried about us and about dad. You might not have been able to join him in his last days but I know dad knows how much you value your friendships … Continue reading My dad is a happy guy.
Once I heard this from a friend, “that’s the good thing about time, it flies.” “It’s funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back, everything’s different”. From my old blog (Sept. 2008): It’s so amazing how time flies so fast. How the handwritten became typewritten, how Betamax became DVD, how penpals became phonepals and eventually became textmates, how porridge was made … Continue reading Grew up fast.