Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Six Months

"What one month already?"
how I was asked by a friend
about a MSN personal message
The MSN message I put there six months ago was "1 month :)".

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The first of the many cards I got from her every month.
Time really flies. It felt as if both of us had just started being together yesterday. Before we could even realised it, it has been half a year, or exactly 184 days since the day she gave me the all-important word of "yes" to me.

There have been ups and downs throughout this period, but there wasn't a time either one of us gave up. We had plenty of choices then; we can just end everything and move on with our lives. But we didn't and never wanted to take that option. Instead, we worked together mutually to solve whatever misunderstandings between the two.

I don't want to make this entry sound as if our relationship is only full of sadness and emo-ing session. We have had our fair share of happy times together as well. The only down point to that is, it didn't last that long, as some of you may suggest. However, those sweet moments don't necessarily have to be spent only when both of us are together physically. I sensed that the three days we spent together last month somehow have made us much closer and have since, moved on to the next level.

Yes, I know three days is really a short period.

This is the price you have to pay when dealing with long-distance relationships. More often than not, we will not be able to provide both physical and emotional supports when one of us need it at most since we are not together. On the contrary, both of us have came this far and it would be a silly idea to throw it away just like that. There is nothing else that I would trade this with, and confident with her and myself that this will work out eventually.

"Happy 6 months, baby"

:)

14 comments:

michelleg said...

happy 6 months too baby.. =)

kh said...

ya.. 3mts more then baby will be born

CRAPPED!! said...

Wow....kinda makes me regret that I jumped ship before leaving for japan.

Damn...I was so confident that girls in miniskirts everywhere would blind me. Sigh...if only I hadn't jumped ship....

Anyway, hope that your kids(if you ever have one) won't be any taller than you. One lone coconut tree is enough...don't need a whole plantation.

zhenhui said...

happy six months too,baby..
loving you always,calvin..

mmuahhxx



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haha :)

amalina feel so sad said...

goodluck!dun be like me..

Reena said...

Happy approximtely 18.5 years of my life having you as my cousin (:

and no i will not kiss you cos that is gross. XD!

calvin said...

@ michelleg:
=)

calvin said...

@ kok hong:
three months is too fast. seven months from now sounds more appropriate =P

calvin said...

@ CRAPPED!!:
never mind. you learn from past experience. so now, you still habour hopes on sushi girls? or you have reverted yourself to satay girls already?

anyway, if i were to open a coconut plantation, you will also benefit from it. i will give you season tickets for the plantation. that equals free coconut juice, and most importantly, supply of santan throughout the year.

calvin said...

@ zhen hui:
you had left a wrong comment in the wrong box at the wrong time to the wrong person.

sekian, terima kasih.

calvin said...

@ amalina:
thanks and good luck to you as well :)

calvin said...

@ reena:
you should do an entry to commemorate our 18.5 years together as well. i will be waiting for that entry, and not your kiss *bluek*

=P

KOKahKOK said...

wahsai, 3 mths too fast? behtong nia! itchy guy you are! So......if 7 mths from now, i guess u "son" will be born in the same mth as mine! hehe....

Think carefully before "ACTION" hehe....don't gv pressure on ur baby ah! come naturally la hehe

chao~

calvin said...

@ KOKahKOK:
of course three months is too fast. have you seen anyone who gave birth after being pregnant for only three months? anyway, just to reconfirm with you that my son will not be born that early :)