Just attended another wedding where we had played a positive role in! Very happy to see them married after a year and a half together! Had a great lunch at Megu Hall, Singapore Flyer where they held their wedding.
The sight of them walking hand in arm together in their wedding garb brings back memories….
Every couple will have their differences and difficulties. I am glad they have decided to focus on bridging differences and overcoming obstacles to build a lifetime together.
It is well known that KP is a model husband. The guys like to joke that he “spoilt the market”! He would go back home each night to to pick Pristine up from her workplace (or wherever she is), and drove her back. She lived in the west while he lived in the east. And he had been doing this everyday since they started dating…. The girls are really envious! =P
Whatever it is, I am glad they have made it to the red aisle, but there is a long journey ahead…. Jia you!
Tip: Reaffirm your commitment to each other through regular and consistent expressions of love. COntinue to date each other even after marriage!
Two friends quitted their respective very respectable jobs and decide to go backpacking across the Americas last March. It has been 8 months since they left this sunny shore and move on to even sunnier shores.When I first heard about it, I was so envious of them! “Wah! So Lucky!” was the thought that popped into my head. But they weren’t just “lucky” people who ‘managed’ to go on a year long vacation. They were determined people who made a commitment to pursue their dreams, and had the perseverance to GO for it and have fun doing it! I mean, most if not all of us could be doing it, but how many of us can REALLY do it? Honestly, even for a self-professed travel lover like me who had backpacked in Europe and have lived overseas for a while, shudders at the thought of this (all the planning, the ekking out at foreign lands, the physcial and mental demands..etc..) even while my heart thumps with excitement at this adventure of a lifetime.
They were supposed to be back in a year’s time but all that traipsing across continents witha lot of unexpected expenses have eaten into their travel budget and they may have to cut short their trip. Of course instead of quietly resigning to their fates, Dannie and Yilin have come up with a great idea! They have compiled a series of their travel photographs into a beautiful calender to raise funds. Read all about their adventures and mishaps at http://danyilin.blogspot.com/. Truly, they embodies the spirit of living. I really hope they can continue the rest of their journey and bring their sense of fun and adventure to us through their photos and blog postings!
If you admired their spirit and have enjoyed their photos and blog posts, do show your support for fun and adventure by purchasing their calenders at $40 each (including shipping to Singapore). Christmas is coming. http://danyilin.blogspot.com/2009/10/2010-limited-edition-go-calendars.html