Saturday, October 09, 2010

A Married Woman

Hi, it's been long. I wonder if anyone still visit my blog :)

But all ish good.

Life has been really really busy as you can see from the duration of my disappearance.
Blame that on my job. Seriously, working life really sucks out a big chunk of my private time.

Anyways, a brief update of my life. (just in case some are still reading)

I got engaged early this year during Chinese New Year. I bet this is not news already.

What's new is, I got married a month after that :) and no, I'm not pregnant.

We had moved to a new place, with a new environment where I am known as Mrs Wong around the neighbourhood.

Let me tell you the story of my R.O.M day.

I was supposed to register my marriage on my engagement day. But, smart me, left the most important documents (i.e: birth cert) at KL. *slap forehead big time*

Mr Wong was disappointed big time xD but phew, luckily he still wants me.

Again, all ish good.

So we flew back to Sarikei again to register my marriage on the 25th of March which I learnt later that Amber Chia got married on the same day in Bali too! =) and she's a Decemberian too. I wish I'm as successful as her...

I realised something though.

Throughout this 5 years of relationship, we went through loads of hardships - LDR, break-ups, arguments, fights - you name it, we got it. But it is because of all these hardships, our love grew strong and stronger each day.

I don't care how people are going to look at him anymore because I've finally realised that to be able to spend the rest of my life with someone who always put me above everything else, someone who is willing to sacrifice anything for me is what money can't buy.

We still say I love you to each other, not because it has become a habit, but it's because we STILL love each other and I truly appreciate that. =) I wish to maintain this "culture" and pass on this "culture" to our kids.

I sincerely thank GOD for sending me an angel into my life. To love me whole-heartedly and to care for me of all time.

I love you, Mr Wong.

Thanks for being a great husband and all the love that I receive from you every single day is the concrete evidence that I made the right choice, for the first time in my life.

Looking forward to our wedding ceremony sometime next year I hope =)