Wednesday, April 28, 2010


Question :
 How does one write an average of 2750 words per day, keep up to date with the news, both local and international, run a valiant race with technology, settle travelling and immigration details (urgh!), squeeze in quality time with the family and canine furry siblings, live life a little and find some time in all that chaos for some peaceful reading whilst resisting the urge to keep one's eyelids open with a toothpick, yet stay sane once all the dust settles ? *note #12354 to self : quit whining*

Bleh .. as an aside, I've been just obsessed with Simon and Garfunkel these days. So many of these bring back feelings of nostalgia, so very reminiscent of my childhood ...

From The Graduate :

I used to sing Scarborough Fair ALL the time back when I was hardly two digits old .. nevermind the fact that I had no idea what I singing about back then ..

digressing, this version's just heart-stopping, tear jerkingly beautiful .......the man has got a voice !! hah, Justin Bieber, take that !! *ducks rotten tomatoes*

Okay, so maybe I have found the cure for this self-induced insanity ..... great company, sumptuous food, stellar ear food ..... yums.

Goodnight people ! ( oh hey, it should be morning ...hello panda eyes )


suituapui said...

Simon & Garfunkel? Love their "The Boxer"...and "Homeward Bound"...and "I am a rock". Not really crazy over their "Sound of Silence" or "El Condor Pasa" that many people seem to like. Of course, I love the classic "Bridge over troubled water"!!!

Jovenus said...

Bon Jovi anytime. :)

smallkucing said...

Have a nice day ahead :)

hanseong said...

"note #12354"? a little unimaginative today, aren't we? =P

Joanna said...

@STP :
Haha, I don't like "Sound of Silence" either... a little too dark for me ... :P

Lol. I love Bon Jovi...*sigh*


@Jared :
LOL. Ah, rumour has it a certain number just walked in to the National Number Welfare Council and filed a complaint for unprovoked prejudice ... I think he said his first name was 123, family name 54 ...? =p