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Dear Beloved Readers~

Ms Aya is here to blog about wishes~! <^ε^>

First let me ask you: What do you think of wishes?

In your opinion, are they childish? Foolish? Useless or perhaps, for dreamers? And do you wish upon a star?

Your answer: ________________________________________________________________________

Well, I used to think wishes are childish and fake, in the sense of false hope. I’m one who has little faith and belief in life therefore I don’t really wish for anything. You can say that I’m afraid of disappointment. Besides, I feel that wishing is not practical because it numbs us into just believing and not actually making things happen with our own hands.

However today, the tables has changed upon stumbling this book. ↓

I’ve read only the summary of the fiction. It’s a story about a woman who is leading a not-very-expected, in fact lousy adulthood. One day, she dredged up her wish list which she has written in her teen years. Reading her old wish list has made her realized how different things has turned out for her. Her initial goals were not fulfilled and life isn’t what she had wished for. With that, she embarks on a journey towards her dreams, getting back on track to her real goals in life.

Sheep didn’t buy the book because for one — Not fond of this sort of books. Second — Sheep is about to go through the same journey! (Laughs)

What I’m trying to say is — As we get older, circumstances change and we tend to drift away from the things we really want in life. We stray from our path and eventually lead to places we don’t like or sometimes — nowhere at all.

We may have noted down mentally the goals and plans however, we kick them all to one side and make excuses not to fulfill them.

“I’m scared..”, “I’m alone…”, “It’s not good enough…”

All sorts of excuses that creates stumbling blocks ahead of us that we no longer see our destination nor do we know what we’re making excuses for.

I guess.. Some of us make wishes because we want certain things so badly, regardless of how silly or impossible they are, we hope for divine help.

Or use this as a motivation to keep us going.

Sheep has to admit, sheep’s drifting and making excuses all day long to the point that sheep’s giving up before trying.

So yes, I need every motivation I can get — even if I have to believe in making wishes and praying for them. <T_T>

Ok now that has been said… Don’t mind me, I’m going to list some of my wishes here!

Some of them.<^ε^>/

And maybe 2 years from now, come back to this entry and tick down what has been achieved as well as remind me some stuff. Pretty much like a time capsule. <^v^>/

You should try it, for kicks. (Laughs) It can be all kinds of wishes, for yourself, family — anything!

De? Here goes~~ <^ω^>

I wish… ↓

my whole family to always be safe from physical and spiritual danger.

my A blood uncle will finally get married..so that I can have A blood cousins! <^x^>/

my brother to preserve the way he is and have a good girlfriend whom he will eventually be married to!

for Malaysia to have four seasons! Snow, especially~! (Laughs)

attitude of people to change — for the better!

to start an online business with my blog, PaperDiaries.

to be the most honest, sincere and genuine blogger.

to be a good role model! (Laughs)

to be loved once I’m worthy and deserving.

to be able to live with myself no matter how pathetic I may be.

to find my bishie and to only love him alone~! (Laughs)

I will not settle for less or more than I want. Will not succumb to greed!

to always see and go to that direction no matter how far I am

to grow long and healthy hair!

to grow *a-hem* bigger boobies!
to keep fit and below 45kg!
help others when I’m capable.
to have a few true friends whom I can love and take care of.
to be independent and wise!
to be a little more (as in just a  pinch) out-going.
to be fluent in writing and speaking!
to be more lady-like!
to retire in a country side..somewhere in New Zealand sounds good!
for Auwlithe to live as long as I do! ↓
….to have faith in God and people.
[ . . . ]
This is my list for the time being. (Laughs nervously)

Before I go and continue the rest of my Sunday, my last wish here would be…
All of you to lead a happy life with no regrets! \<^v^>/
Ja, baa-bai~!
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24 comments so far

1.  krayle
August 15th, 2010 at 8:50 pm

A lovely post from Sheep-chan!

I think that although half of our wishes will probably not come true even if we try our best, it’s still very important for us to make wishes and keep believing in them, and have faith in God to have the best plans for us, because where would we be without hope, right? Coz even if we don’t say it out, there are always things that we will wish for. Sheep-chan’s list is an example of that, because by reading through it I saw many honest and simple things that many others would definitely want for themselves or their family, such as wellbeing of your family. Perhaps we don’t wish or pray for those things because we take it for granted? But when we list it as a wish, when it does come true, wouldn’t we have more hope, and be more grateful?

Okay that was a long rant of a paragraph >< 御免, 皆さん!

So I guess what I'm trying to say is that, don't lose faith Sheep-chan. there will be good days and there will be bad days, but may you continue to hold fast to hope! and ganbatte wish working to fulfill your wishes!!! ((: we'll be behind you every step of the way! ^^

2.  bubuchacha
August 15th, 2010 at 11:08 pm

I think you have already achieved some of those miss aya!

if you dont mind, i’ll copy paste those:

to be the most honest, sincere and genuine blogger.
to be a good role model! (Laughs)
help others when I’m capable.
to be fluent in writing and speaking! I really love your way of writing ms aya, its not tiring to read and it is very informative! You’re really fluent in English as well, it seems so natural.

goodluck on your wishes! hope those will be granted in due time!

I was also thinking of doing a wish list last week, what a coincidence! :)

3.  dino
August 16th, 2010 at 11:54 am

Make a wish list is good! Sometimes, when you feel you are at a lost, by reading back your wishlist can makes you think “hey, I still have things to do or hope for” Especially on purchasing stuffs. Like, handphone for example Haha! I make it as my wish list every year. Lol. And the feeling you slash those statement when you done it, is awesome. ^^ i’m sure we ALL completed half of our thousands wish lists that we made since many years ago. Haha. This is a nice post sheep chan. About my wish list? I have to list it out in my blog, because i’m greedy lol

4.  Abbe
August 17th, 2010 at 7:47 pm

Hello there!

I stumbled upon your blog when looking for a review on the Ice Cream phone and came to love it.

I just have one teensy tiny question: can’t you speak Malaysian? or Japanese?
’cause I thought you could speak English, Malysian, and Japanese. I’m asking this question because I read from one of your tags that you could only speak English.

Please reply!

From,
Abbe

5.  Ms Aya
August 18th, 2010 at 11:09 am

Dear Krayle-chan

Ara? No glomps this time? (Laughs) (.__.)

Coz even if we don’t say it out, there are always things that we will wish for.

Perhaps we don’t wish or pray for those things because we take it for granted? But when we list it as a wish, when it does come true, wouldn’t we have more hope, and be more grateful?

Baa…Sono tori da!

We take things for granted. Every day, every time we wish for something but never speak out and really ask for it. I think that by telling or letting someone know, it makes one wishes real and exist, by that I mean — imagine if we never said anything about it. No one will know we have such desires and wants, or even good intentions right? Maybe if people know about our wishes, some people can help or take you there. XD

Haha…Can’t quite articulate what sheep is trying to say so hope Krayle-chan understands sheep’s language!

Thanks Krayle-chan for always being so supportive of sheep! When we do meet, sheep will treat Krayle-chan to yummy food! But have to see the condition — No no..shape of our bodies first…Might have to eat oats if oats if bad shape… (x__x)

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Dear Bubuchacha

Haha, for those wishes..I want to be good enough to earn awards! (Laughs)

Just when I thought my writing is horrible..Haha, thanks Bubu! Will do my best to simplify my words! Haha~

Oh yes, I read your message but can’t reply at the moment. Poupee is unavailable. (_ _) Get back to Chacha soon?

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Dear Dino-chan

Baa~!

You really love keitai de su ne!? Have you ever thought of taking a part time job at a handphone shop? That way, Dino can play and experiment as many handphones as she can!

Haha…Wishes are never ending..there will always be something new that we want, ne? Will check Dino’s wish list when free~ Haha, one of the wish for sure is — To see Mao and Shinee live! (Laughs)

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Dear Abbe

Heylo~

Questions are welcomed. (Laughs)

Well..I can speak Malay but not very fluent with it. Reading is not a problem. As for Japanese, I’m still learning so to be safe, I don’t want to declare that I can speak Japanese at all.

Thanks for dropping by. So you bought the ice-cream phone? (.__.){?]

6.  Abbe
August 18th, 2010 at 8:33 pm

Ooooh! Thanks for replying! Finally confirmed that thing. Anyway, to answer your question, I didn’t buy the ice-cream phone. Mother didn’t agree. Haha. Well, anyway, thanks again for answering my question. I’ll continue to read and support your blog. I even read the 2008 papers. Haha!! (Please don’t think of me as a stalker, ok?)

From your very avid blog supporter,
Abbe

7.  Ms Aya
August 18th, 2010 at 9:52 pm

Dear Abbe

It’s no biggie. (^v^)

And won’t regard you as a stalker. In fact..blogs are meant to be stalked, I guess. XD

Thanks for your support~

PS: Aw…She didn’t agree? Too expensive or what? (.___.)

8.  Abbe
August 19th, 2010 at 8:08 pm

Well, it’s not too expensive. It’s just that..I’ve already got a phone. Three, to be exact. So, I pretty much think you already know the reason why she didn’t agree, am I right?

Hehehe.

From,
Abbe

9.  krayle
August 20th, 2010 at 3:19 pm

*sneaks up*

*GLOMPS!!!*

nehehehehe~~~~

Don’t worry, I understand what you mean. Because you don’t tell other people what you wish to happen, perhaps it is in their power to help you make it real, and then the opportunity is missed.

Sometimes just putting your wish into words also makes it more solid. Like you’re recognising that it’s something you really want rather than just leaving it as an abstract thought that you keep brushing aside… or perhaps that’s just for me lol!

Perhaps we will have to eat grass hahahahaa oh nooooooooooooooooooooo or we can go to the ramen restaurant! :D it is AWESOMEEEE i just ate it a couple of weeks back for the first time and I’m dreaming about it!

10.  Ms Aya
August 22nd, 2010 at 6:45 pm

Dear Abbe

Ah..I see…XD With so many phones, it’s no wonder. Unless you trade or sell the others away…But for an Ice-cream phone..it really depends how much you can love it. Wouldn’t want you to regret selling/trading your old phones away. (^-^)lll

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Dear Krayle-chan

Nehehehehehe sounds like a perverted granny! (Laughs) (o_o)

Ditto! Krayle-chan understand sheep language! I shall award Krayle-chan!

Mmm…I think it’s good to eat grass! Because it can help us to vomit out bad food or even toxic from our body! I see Auwlithe does this all the time!

But we must do this in privacy! (Laughs)

Haha…Ramen? Oh gosh, don’t tempt me, you~! XD

11.  Abbe
August 23rd, 2010 at 12:22 pm

Yeah, well, I don’t like selling stuff. It’s such a waste of time for me. I’m too busy with this thing I consider evil: SCHOOL, hence I cannot afford to do this sort of thing. You’re lucky you’ve finished school. Curse my evil school!

From,
Abbe

12.  Ms Aya
August 24th, 2010 at 11:10 am

Dear Abbe

Selling isn’t so bad. I mean — imagine turning the things that you don’t like into money! Sure they can’t fetch much value but a little extra petty cash is good..so that you can buy other goodies! But I get what you mean by waste of time and not liking to sell. I have a TV which I have been saying I want to trade/sell away yet — it’s still here..collecting dust…depreciating value. (_ _)lll

Schools are…dreadful. End of story! XD

13.  Abbe
August 25th, 2010 at 11:48 am

You think school is dreadful too? (Well, most children do, so…)

Anyway, my parents, as usual, won’t agree because they say I’m too young.

Hehehe.

From,
Abbe

14.  Ms Aya
August 26th, 2010 at 9:06 pm

Dear Abbe

Oh well.. perhaps when you’re independent to make your own decisions, there will be much better and lovable phones. So right now, save your money for that! (Laughs)

15.  Abbe
August 27th, 2010 at 9:48 pm

Yeah, I guess you’re right.

Oh! Just last Monday, one of my phones broke and we had to drop it off a phone repair shop.

A man working there said that there were little chances the phone could still be fixed.

And my mom said that if it couldn’t, I’m gettig the ice-cream phone!

Hmm..

From,
Abbe (:

16.  Ms Aya
August 29th, 2010 at 12:55 am

Dear Abbe

ooo~~ A chance there~~ (Laughs)

But you better think carefully whether to spend your money on a new phone. Haha~
Hope the best will happen for you, Abbe~

17.  Ginos
September 2nd, 2010 at 1:39 pm

Hey I live in NZ! its not really countryside, it does have alot o cities and stuff, but it has the most freshest air and forests and no dangerous wild animals like australia has.

18.  Ms Aya
September 2nd, 2010 at 10:01 pm

Dear Ginos

Cool! A Newzealander! XD
Well living near the forest would be pleasant~

The weather there is mostly cold, isn’t it? (^-^)/

19.  Saruchan
September 2nd, 2010 at 11:05 pm

This post makes me so soft and fluffy inside :)

20.  Abbe
September 4th, 2010 at 8:50 am

Hehe. Thanks! The phone didn’t get fixed. But, my mom didn’t buy the ice-cream phone. She bought the Lollipop phone instead. But, it’s alright. I like the Lollipop too. I thought of making a review next month, once I get to know the phone better. Hehe. (=

Thanks for all your entries. ( Which gave me alot of inspiration. )

Hope that your blog may become one of the most successful blogs ever.

From your very thankful reader,
Abbe

21.  Ms Aya
September 4th, 2010 at 11:31 pm

Dear Abbe

Lollipop! How sweet!
Yes, you should write a review if you can. A lot of Lollipop fans would really appreciate your contribution!

Thanks a lot for reading and good luck with your phone and review!

22.  Abbe
September 5th, 2010 at 9:36 am

Haha! Thanks! I hope they won’t find it boring and useless like other LG Lollipop reviews. You know I was searching for a review via Google and I noticed that the reviews were just copied from one another. Like, one review said that LG is aiming for the younger generation and another review just repeated what it said. Very, very, useless. I hope my review won’t be copied, too. I was also thinking of attaching a video of the phone. Will that help to make it less boring? I mean, you are really good at making reviews and stuff.

Please reply!

From,
Abbe

23.  Ms Aya
September 6th, 2010 at 7:57 pm

Those type of reviews are mostly about specs and its features such as how many mega pixels is the camera, e-mail function and so on. They don’t go in depth and get personal in the way they explain how it’s use or how good or bad it can be.

Anyway, use your own judgment to review. Honesty is always preferable. Ok?

24.  Abbe
September 9th, 2010 at 6:53 pm

Oh, God, you are amazing. Haha. I love your advice so much! Thanks so much!

From the most thankful girl in the world right now,
Abbe

 

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