Finally!! I couldn’t just post just a thank you so much people for all the wishes and love, because I have been waiting for this day for year from the last year. Though I know I’m getting an year older I was glad I turned atleast then I would be looking as a grown up kid not a kid anymore. I may look like my daddy but i have my mom’s attitude shirt. Maybe I will keep writing about this birthday till my next birthday arrives, as this birthday bought me all I dreamt off. The cake cutting that I always wanted to happen as the clock struck 12, happened this time after 21 years of wait with the count of the not at all birthday with the count down with me screaming to count it myself and yeah.
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Two lovebirds who married each other after serving in World War II passed away within hours of each other last month, after sharing one last nap together just days before. Isabell Whitney and Preble Staver put their love story on hold when the United States entered World War II. The two sweethearts met during a blind date in Philadelphia before they signed up to help the Allies in their efforts—Isabell as a nurse in the Navy stationed in Maryland and Preble as a Marine, who earned a Bronze Star during his tenure. Five months after the war concluded, Isabell and Preble reunited and married on February 15, 1946, the beginning of a more than 70-year-long union.
I may look like my daddy
Growing up my Chinese was way better than my English. I still remember how I had such a hard time trying to recite A, B C and dad used to use a ruler to hit my hand and mom would always had to rescue me. After that he sent me to a mission school and the rest was history. My brother had it easy… hahaha My parents are some super amazing people. Growing up I only saw them fought once and that when we couldn’t find the padlock of our house when we rushing to catch a movie. Other than that, it was my brother and I being beaten up!
My dad is complicatedly simple. When he was posted to the port in Sandakan, he was the person-in-charge to sign off anything that needed to be imported into the district. My dad never ever took advantage of that post. In fact, I remember people used to send hampers, Brandy and whiskey to our flat but dad would reject them all! My brother and I used to imagine how rich we could be if dad had taken advantage of his position. But the downside is we would never become believers but spoilt brats! Dad is really a very simple man. He never asked for more than he deserved and he is never envious of what others had. He was always very contented with the portion God allotted to him.