Friday, March 24, 2017


I was about to go out and get a bite to eat - then it started raining again. FML

I had a nice long nap after coming back from the most tiresome work trip ever.

I don't know how to explain it - it was tired from the amount of complaining I heard in the flight. I mean, it was a great set of crew overall, but there was just SO MUCH BITCHING. Wergh. So much drama when really, there shouldn't be any at all.

I think that some things were just blown out of proportion - by a certain person.

I mean just because you don't like how other people are working, doesn't give you the sudden right to pinpoint every. little. thing.

Yes, not everyone will perform to your so-called "high standards" all the time - but then again, you work like a little shit, too. So what "high standards", I ask?

I've been on the receiving end of that particular someone before, so on this flight I was cautious to stay out of her way. During the trip I did end up working two sectors with her, but it two short sectors so I handled that quite magnificently, if I may say so myself.

I tried my best to keep a positive mindset, because being in a negative one will only occur negative vibes all day. Ah well.

But at the end of the day, my purser realized that it wasn't the all the other crew problem, but actually it was THAT particular person's problem with everyone else.

Have you ever met a person who has a hate vibe so strong, you could smell it from across the room? Yup. It was THAT bad. Every time there was no prescribed service, everyone else would literally avoid that person like the plague. I think everyone might have just wanted this trip to be over and done with as soon as possible because of that person.

Saturday, March 4, 2017


Marriage goals. Or marriage resolutions.

Do married couples actually make these? I mean, each year people make resolutions, but do married couples have yearly resolutions for their marriage? I'm just wondering.

I think every couple's goal is to have a successful marriage, but what exactly gauges a "successful marriage"?

Awan and I don't have any specific goals, but I'd like to think that getting our own place is kind of a goal that we can tick off our list.

Tomorrow is our 4th year anniversary.


I can't believe we have been married for FOUR years already!

People around us are getting worried about the absence of children in out lives, but really, we're OKAY. People love jumping to conclusions and making assumptions about this area of our lives. It gets annoying really, trying to explain ourselves. So right now, when people as me "when are you going to have babies?" I answer them "Tonight!"

That'll shut them up.

But I am super excited to report that I am actually cleared to actually get pregnant because I just signed on as permanent with my company! Whoop2! BUT not anytime soon though! Maybe the earliest by the end of the year or latest by next year because our Nest is not done yet.

I am hoping to move in at least by April and maybe work as much as possible to set aside money for when I actually am preggers (still got to pay those bills!). There's so much to think about if you want to provide the best for your future children. Maybe it's just me. I see other people popping out babies like no hassle - no worries about money and all that. I wonder how they do it.


I rarely post from my phone on this platform - usually its dayre for on the go posts but I figured since I've posted there already, it'll be redundant anyway.

So we've been working on our new place slowly due to finances. We've been wanting to start since last December but due to my move to the new company, I didn't have a full paycheck just yet.

So right after our bonus this month, we threw in everything we have to the home. We didn't even buy each other Christmas gifts!

So far we went shopping for lights - who'd knew it was so fun!!! Initially I was overwhelmed but I told myself to chill out and make it a fun experience, so lo and behold! Power of the mind, honestly.