Thursday, June 3, 2004

For Those Who Seek

My wonderful, beautiful and intelligent wife has finally found her way here. But then, it's no big surprise. Not for one so resourceful as her. And beautiful. Did I mention wonderful? Hehheheh!

Actually, it was never a big secret. When I first started blogging, I told Mae my intentions - to keep an online journal. To write down the things that happen in our lives. For posterity. For friends and even family to keep up with our antics. And more importantly for Baby to discover when he grows up one day.

Who knows, someday Baby might grow up to be an angry young man who feels that the world is all against him or that nobody loves him. And then he finds this blog and discovers that once upon a time, even before he came upon the world, his parents' lives revolved around him. And he learns that his parents have loved him even before they met him. And perhaps then, he would realise that his parents would always love. Unconditionally. Until the end of their lives.

That would be a nice thing to stumble upon.

I gave Mae the URL to this blog when I first started blogging. But Mae, being Mae can never remember any IT-related thing. But now that she's found it, I'm glad she finally made it.

Take a bow, honey. :)

22 comments:

  1. Oh wow, that was really heart warming :) :)

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  2. This is one of those entries that makes me want to cry - seriously.
    /been lurking for awhile now

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  3. *aww...*
    *waves furiously at Mae*
    (provided she knows how to click this Comment button... ;) )

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  4. Kev: That is a mean thing to say.
    I will show her how, just in case.

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  5. And before we know it, both of them starts posting and writing entries together. ;)

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  6. Gina, i'm sorry then... :(

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  7. HHHHHeeeellluuuiiii Mae!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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  8. haha, Mae finally gets to see James' handywork on the net ;) he adores you, and baby noodle, the whole world knows it :)

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  9. a reader of your blogJune 4, 2004 at 1:48 PM

    Hello Mae !! now u have an extra reason to love your man more !!

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  10. So now Mae realises what all the photo-takings were for! :lol:
    I think it's a wonderful idea, keeping a record for Baby :) As a sentimental person, I kinda wish my parents would have done that. But they're very unsentimental people, so it would be too much to hope for. My mom can't even remember whether she gave birth to me in the morning, afternoon, evening or night -- and I was her first child!! (The time of birth is not in my birth certificate coz I wasn't born in Malaysia)

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  11. The whole experience gets that way a lot, Sarah! :)
    Aww Wei Yi, didn't mean to make you cry there... :)
    I'm sure Mae will "hi" you guys right back when she finds her way back to this blog again.
    Yes Kev, Mae can be a little too IT-unsaavy sometimes. :lol: But you're gonna get me killed for saying that!
    Strizzt, Mae is a woman of few words. Heh! *ahem*
    Yes honey, listen to this clever Kurang Asam fellow. :)
    I think we learn from our parents one way or another, Irene. Like your parents, mine too didn't leave me any records except for some photos here and there. It's up to us now. :)

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  12. awww... this is sooo sweet, I'm getting a cavity.

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  13. wow. you know this brought tears to my eyes.
    like. so wow.
    wow.
    wow.

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  14. Um... I do tend to get a little melodramatic sometimes, minishorts! :)

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  15. Woooo....this sort of reminds me of the time when dad wrote me a six-paged love letter - I was in Australia then. :)

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