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Our good old 10 years wedding anniversary - Haha and both forgot the date.

OMG.. I can actually look at these videos over and over and still have watery eyes. How time flies. I was browsing though my You Tube channel and yes, we both overlook the wedding dates. LOL

Looking back to the 10 old years, I miss the moment of meeting friends as we see them on Facebook and whats app more often now; so do family members. Sorry for not connecting as much as I want to, as I really need some personal time. Thanks to friends who make an effort to gather and suiting this crazy mummy timing.

How my brother and sisters, nephews and nieces grow. I can't imagine them jumping on my bed at their age now, as I would probably sleep on the floor looking at the broken bed. ;)

How our parents hair grayed, and we are now the parent of 2 lil kiddos. I am still missing my grandma although it has been a long since she left.

How many jobs we have done over the past 10 years, trying of new ventures, ups and downs financially, success and failures, happy and sad moments, be it in relationship, work or parenting. Thanks for those who has been a real support during our tough times; and had learnt from those who stayed away.

It has been a wonderful journey, and yes -  mind the newly weds, if someone tell you good marriages are the one that never argue, I can prove the statement wrong. For with arguing and screaming with sense, it built trust, appreciation and creates the relationship. We work for it. Classes, communication, advice, try and error, laughter and tears. Really no short cut.

We are still learning with our marriage. Now with plus 2, everything comes in a package. So travel takes 4 to bingo (which means more $$ output), food x 4. and your time are now divide by four! Haha. Basically, kids wants your attention and hubby too.

Above videos are our keepsakes. What about yours? Take some time to reflect your happy moments. Forget the sad and move on. Weddings may not be for everyone but just live at our own pace, for comparing our life with others may lead us overlooking happiness that lies in front of us at every moment.

I had been crazily busy with my job, with the kids and thanks to hubby who always make sure I did take a break from my phone and housework to watch a movie with him at night. Thanks for friends who continuously remind me to have some "Me" time.

Have you watch "Passanger"?

A short synopsis "On a routine journey through space to a new home, two passengers, sleeping in suspended animation, are awakened 90 years too early when their ship malfunctions. As Jim and Aurora face living the rest of their lives on board, with every luxury they could ever ask for, they begin to fall for each other, unable to deny their intense attraction... until they discover the ship is in grave danger." 

After the movie, we conclude and agree that every couple should live at their own pace, and love at this moment is what matters. Choose to love the one that loves you. Why looking for new or uncertain love when you have the current love, right here - to be loved. 

Happy Anniversary, Love. Thanks for blending in with all my spontaneous crazy activities and trips, thanks for being calm when I scream on my hormonal change, thanks for disciplining the kids so that I can scream less, thanks for lots of surprises, the wise advice so that I am keeping track. Many more happy days and years to come.

xxx Jessie 

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