So be it

It's hard to get decent sleep when you have company. The company of your cousin and his Extra Terrestrial partner that is. I don't mind the company, just the noise coming from the TV that they both watch. Fast foward night to morning, and you get a sleepy eyed April who for the first time, is late for work. Sigh...damn I long for privacy to type longer entries. I can't say no to Chih Seng or E.T. for letting them both utilise my laptop and my car. Haih....Patience April...only a few more days of work.

I had a talk with a friend last night quoting that guy A had reasons not to speak to me. I respect Mr.A's decision. I haven't been exactly close so to speak nor come close on par with his philosophies and ideologies. If he had reasons to keep a distance, I understand that. It's easy to misjudge a person when parties have been separated from contact, whereby then we would only rely on being speculative. We just don't have the kick that we use to have and I don't think there is anything wrong nor will both of us lose out. Now since this feller is to my opinion, rather sensitive, what I have quoted here in anyway holds me responsible of accusation. it is just a thought of myself where by no action (this entry shall not be considered one) has been committed. So there be it. *I kept my promise didn't I?* And if Mr. A does read it, please take this as a respectful gesture of not to go on ranting on it =) Thank You.

damn it's late....


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