…continue from Chapter 4: My Worries(1)
The followings are some of my worries that I don’t even remember what kind of responses he gave. Can’t really recall much. Sometimes he didn’t respond to it as it’s just something that you can’t give a definite answer when the time hasn’t come yet. Also sometimes it’s just my ramblings and rantings only hahaha… It just passed by like that.
1. You want me to move to Singapore still not enough and want me to move to Perth summore. I will have to start my life all over again. I don’t like this feeling.
2. You want your children to grow up in Australia but you are based in Singapore, that would mean when children come I won’t be in Singapore with you and instead you send me to Australia with the children. So unfair!
3. You are so much older than me, by the time when we have children you will be quite old already. Will you be able to chase them around?
4. Please keep my contact safely. In case something happen to you I will know. I don’t want to be in the dark not knowing anything. No one knows about our relationship for now and there won’t be anyone that can tell me about it if something really happen to you.
Point number 4 is my biggest fear and it happened. My big mouth!
Basically that’s all. I can’t remember anymore. I thought I can recall many but it seems like they are indeed fading.
To be continued…
Comments on “Chapter 5: My Worries(2)”
Love, passion and some other “stuffs” in life cannot be rationalised through reasons, logic, etc. That’s why a lot of ‘intelligent’ ppl ended up in divorce
Try listening to your heart and trust your instincts.
Best of luck. I said ‘luck’ cos when I got married – I really did not know what I was doing! 😉 But I’m happily married now (to my spouse, work and kayaking!)
Fh2o, hehehe… yeap, indeed. That’s why I didn’t press for answer from him.
start a fresh one… forget d past.
Kaching, DUH~ need you to say meh?
ehh… i wan to make sure that it stay fresh in ur mind. ahahahaha…
“start a fresh one… forget d past.”