I am not a child anymore. But what I
can do is to journey you through my childhood experiences and how I thought about it then. So, while I open my diaries and start writing and reminiscing about all my entries, you just sit back, read, learn, and enjoy. :)

"Define children, and you are defining innocence." ---Me

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Crying Over Spilt Milk

Have you ever heard of the saying, 'Don't cry over spilled milk?' Well, my sister did a few days back, literally. She dropped the cup because it was so hot and began wiping it with the rag. We don't know exactly why but when she explained, her face turned into a deep frown and she cried. It was so hilarious, we couldn't help laughing. She curled up and cried. But a few minutes later though, she laughed along with us. Here's a picture of the latter:

As you can see, the milk which was spilt was Milo, and the girl curled up is my sister. I just thought it would be rather amusing to see the saying actually literal.

Moving on,

Here is a family friend who seemed to find her own daughter who she named, "Doll".

Doll and Bing Joy says 'hi'. Doll waves.

Doll relaxes on the lap of Bing Joy.

 Bing Joy helps Doll walk.

 Bing Joy cradles Doll.

Bing Joy and Doll says goodbye.

See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that in heaven their angels always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.
~ Matthew 18:10 ESV


  1. Cheers to Bing Joy and doll.

    When I saw the spilt milo, I remembered the time I was cooking instant noodles and the boiling water spilt over my legs. Until now, the marks are still there. - Just saying - Happy blogging =)

  2. hi klaye. thanks for the regular visit on my site. about the newest member of the family, it's a he dog.hahahaa. His tummy looks bigger than his head because he can't stop from eating. Even the cats leftovers aren't left unnoticed.. hahahah

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