~The insights of crappy Jasmine gal~

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Overseas i desired..

Was having this conversation with my mom.. I asked how will she feel if i just commit suicide or just go to another country?

She said she had expected that (predicted by some fortune teller) and that i wasnt supposed to be in her life.. Haha.. My prediction by another fortune teller was that i need to go overseas.. So true, right..

Mom asked me to pls sell away my stuff if i am going to leave soon.. All my novels, toys, etc etc.. so many many things taking up her space.. Yea.. i agree.. Who want to buy my Hello Kitty wedding couples pairs that i had to stuff myself with mac meals for 8 weeks to collect one?

Game for today: Throw rocks at boys

13 Comments:

  • maybe you can kill 2 birds with 1 stone and be the mistress of an overseas CEO, haha.

    but must study first, at the university of Tai-Tai 101. To be tai-tai not easy ok. You must know how to spend money, no more shopping at neighbourhood.

    By Blogger BluishSky, at 9:57 AM  

  • Christopher: of cos i know how to be taitai.. shopping at neighbourhood now cos no money mah.. got money of cos i will go taka, paragon.. Hmphz..

    By Blogger Jaschocolate, at 10:07 AM  

  • when got will, got way. Just go and hop on! overseas studies will be an enlightening experience. :)

    anyway hor, the fortune teller tell ur mum u won't live with her? but that's so odd! most ppl will leave their parents behind eventually...

    By Blogger Ang Ku Kueh, at 1:05 PM  

  • AKK: The person said my bro will be in my mom's life but i wont..

    Overseas education needs money leh.. why i dont have and having a loan is not pretty for me...

    By Blogger Jaschocolate, at 2:26 PM  

  • Overseas... heh... I must come home soon though... Must be in parents life.

    My mum told me that a fortune teller told her that I would soar like an eagle and my sis would ride in a sedan chair. heh... Dunno what that means... Think I'll go blog about it.

    By Blogger Postmaster-General, at 4:39 PM  

  • Get yourself a student loan, then you can go overseas liow. It's a great experience living in another country, another culture. Makes you respect and miss Singapore more than you'd expect. I am not sure when I'll ever return home ...

    By Blogger MyOrangeSweater, at 9:23 PM  

  • I no need eat Mcdonald's but still can get the Hello Kitty. Cousin gave me one. :)

    Go overseas and experience a different culture and lifestyle. Go c c look look but home is where the heart is. Take up a loan lah.

    By Blogger lancerlord, at 11:37 PM  

  • Postmaster: Wow..your prediction is so chim.. your sis in sedan.. better ask clearly lah..

    LynneP: Not sure when u will come back = respect and love Singapore more mah.. you are contradicting yourself

    Lancerlord: I hate you.. i eat mac till i sianz that time.. I am thinking of loan too but my brother is not working soon so i need to help..

    By Blogger Jaschocolate, at 12:43 AM  

  • Well, it's one of those dilemma, when in Singapore, I hated it .. the crowd, the hate, the lack of opportunities. When I am away, I actually miss the warmth, the people, the convenience ... cannot have the best of both worlds.

    By Blogger MyOrangeSweater, at 3:53 AM  

  • First of all, please say you're kidding about the suicide stuff. (If you're not kidding, please call someone for help).

    Assuming you're kidding, going overseas can be fun but challenging. A foreign culture is at once intriguing, and uncomfortable, but it will stretch your mind a lot.

    So would being away from your mom. I don't know you or your mom or if she jokes with you but it didn't sound so nice. I hope it's just a temporary rough period and things will be brighter after its over. I went through a period like that with my mom, and after a while for us both to grow up (even moms can grow up more), we were better than ever.

    I saw your question on my blog and it was a really good one. I'm still thinking about it a little. I like Israel, but as I said, being not-home is hard (I'm supposed to feel like home here, but I'm really still so American inside). What intrigued me was your saying Singapore felt safe, and I'm thinking about what it means to be safe, where you live, etc. I might do a post on that later.

    Hang in there.

    By Blogger Gavriel, at 4:05 AM  

  • Lynne: Well, i guess that's life.. There will always be choices and the best you can do is not to have regrets with your choice..

    gavriel: Thanks for your concern...Dont worry, even if i am not joking about suicide, i am still too much afraid of pain to actually do it..

    I agree that a foreign culture will do my mind some good.. but i will need to earn some money first..

    My mom and i have always been interacting in this way.. Maybe we are just born to be more indifferent to stuff and to be sarcastic? i dont know and dont care anymore..

    By Blogger Jaschocolate, at 1:31 AM  

  • goin to overseas eh? good for you girl. i hope everything goes well for ya

    By Blogger insanityiscreativity, at 8:45 PM  

  • Kelly: Still too soon lah.. still need money..

    By Blogger Jaschocolate, at 10:37 AM  

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