My obsession with the Sylvanian Families. I badly need a wooden type of display cabinet for my growing collection. Ow….where are you, my cabinet? I need you for Sylvanian 😊😊😊
Caught this Japanese movie on the doctor profession, and I was glad that wasn’t really centred around the ER/doctor-nurse/doctor-patient issues. One part of this movie brought my attention to memories. In a particular scene, someone was dying. And it seemed that his best memories were during his younger days with his loved one. Oh……and he just wouldn’t forget that particular moment!…Oh…such an endearing thought, but at the same time, I felt sad when I watched that scene. I hardly hold on to memories of my mid-20s. I can remember my pre-20s and early 20s very clearly, especially during those periods when I was in NTU, not NIE. Those were such memorable moments, and plenty of dreams and loves……I believe that we can control our memories. And decide what we want to recall. I, have a very poor memory, in reality. I cannot seem to remember many things. Maybe, my best memories stopped at age 21. Hahaha……
No, I am not such a pessimistic person. In fact, I think that there are still plenty of dreams and loves around. At least, I think, there are. For me. Am I a goon? Never mind, I am not concerned about that. I am just a happy self, believing in dreams and hopes in loves. Why not?
I am first a person. So I choose happiness. Happiness is my choice. Thinking of happy things is my choice. Looking forward to many good times and things is my choice. Taking the steps and being focused in my happiness is my choice. I know what makes me happy, and what makes me not. I like to see the Sylvanian Families, and so I have many of them. Likewise, with people. But well, in the process, I’m sure that we do meet up with people who are just not happy. With whatever. And it is universal. Well, do I even have time to be unhappy?…since I’m in such a squeeze for time, happiness is definitely my choice! 😜😙☺️😊
Words from an android: Being overtly emotional may serve as a stumbling block, whereas being overtly heartless may create misunderstandings.