Sometimes we ask questions, when we actually have the answers. What were we exactly expecting? A different truth? A kindly truth?
Everyone says they want the truth, but of course. But sometimes we secretly wish truth isn’t that harsh. How many can actually take it, or accept it as it is instead of seeking another perhaps more favorable truth?
- Alfonso Cauron, director of Prisoner of Azkaban (via popgoesthepatronus)
haha am amused
Just did some spring-cleaning.
Found 5 strips of panadol, all almost full, forgot I used to be a panadol junkie last time. Well at least I don’t eat them anymore. But they’ll come into use sooner or later.
Some things I don’t know whether to throw or not, are most people hoarders too? There are so many things that have memories attached and some emotional value, such that even if they are useless it’s difficult to just see them as merely ‘things’, or junk.
Spring cleaning is strangely therapeutic somehow, maybe because there is a semblance of order, even when all else is a mess.
Papa is wants to build a treehouse, now he and mummy are surfing the internet to look for treehouse ideas haha super amused. Will be cool though, maybe it’ll be like a sanctuary. Unless they are planning to make it into a permanent mahjong room. Hopefully not lol. Ok they’ve decided on something like this but with less balcony space and one set of stairs. Haha hope he’s serious it’s starting to sound like a lot of fun.
Lacking the adrenalin rush that should have came with the run. All I want to do is just sleep everything away.
It is always easier to say something, words can be beautiful but that is all that they are. To really mean it, believe in it and do it… It is a totally different matter.