Decision!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Decision

I have arrived to my conclusion

Too many directions

Too many diversions.

 

Putting my foot down

Don’t drag me in your confusions

No more, no more

This is my decision.

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In My Thinking Mode

(Hanie blogging from her 12th floor chilly hotel room, and still feeling miserable)

Woke up around 6 am and couldnt sleep. Kept on tossing and turning in bed and thinking that here I am in a city where I usually enjoy visiting, and yet not this time around. Too much on my mind.

By 8 am I decided to go out for a little walk about in the area, and do some thinking. I needed to go out and detach myself from the issues and try to look at them from another perspective.

Kitchener Road and the surrounding area are not exactly a prime area for some simple toast and coffee. Majority of the restaurants are Indian restaurants and cafes. Usually I dont mind some teh tarik and roti canai. But not today. I needed my comfort food like rice porridge, kaya toast, nasi lemak, meehon sup. Things like that.

I ended up having watered down laksa kari nearby the hotel. At least the coffee wasnt that bad.

Have I reached conclusions to my thinking? I think so. Needed to get the desired outcome met by today.

Being Away From Home

I have been away from home since Thursday and now in the Lion City on a business trip with a client, bringing along The Teenager.

Miserable. Thats how I can describe it.

The business negotiation is already a tough one and I am missing George badly. I also miss my furbabies a lot. This is tough, tough, tough.

George took the trouble to fly down on Friday evening and went back on Sunday evening. It was a short trip and I was glad he did. The stress of the trip was beginning to take a toll on my health but seeing him makes everything else seemed so much better.

I have been contemplating on what God was trying to tell all of us -client and me-on why all these issues and challenges we are facing now. I know there are a few lessons learnt here. They are good hard-hitting messages. It is tough to do fire fighting.

But, keeping to our motto – Life is too short- I need to plan for something for this client which hopefully makes her life, her family, and mine easier. And less stressful.

In the meantime, I need sleep. And dream of my husband. And the kiddies.

And dreaming of our 2nd anniversary this coming weekend.