Summer Raindrops from the Shower


Strolling down the memory lane, my mind was devoted to aimlessly wander before bedtime, and it was the periodicity of my relationship with ‘xanax’. It was tremendous experiences during that hour in your bedroom where your brain refused to sleep but demands to be irritatingly-genius; the instance where your mind splashed abundant of solicitous moments and imaginative ideas at 2 AM.

Momentarily, things changed presently. Despite my lack of sleep, I could easily doze off (without any pills) at any unspecified moment, but in most cases, during late hours.

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Months in Review: June 2013

Couldn’t believe myself that June was finally over! It is now coming to the second half of the Year of 2013, which also marks the age of 5-months-old for ‘Coffee and The Sky (CATS)’. Yay! That’s awesome! 😀

Cheers to entire CATS lovely loyal readers out there, and warmest welcome to all new readers! Million of thanks for all the love and support!


Also raising my cheers to June, and here’s what happened.

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The Greatest Wealth is Health

The Major History

I spent some time reading on the net about maintaining health and how to live a healthier lifestyle. I have to admit myself that my body is vitally prone to sickness. Statistically, I noticed I will most likely fall sick just about every month, until I comprehend I was so immune to all sorts of medications. I can fluently list down scientific names of medicines if you ask me. I’m good at it. Even my doctor said so. It’s like I’m working as a pharmacist.

My family doesn’t come from a perfectly healthy background too. My mother was an asthmatic patient, and she suffered migraine periodically. My father had heart attack in the past (with minimal eye vision due to stroke). Despite their older age, to me, both of them seem strong and fit compared to how my body works. Mummy can still do most of the housework on her own; simultaneously taking care of my grandma and her grandchildren at the same time. Daddy is still capable to drive alone during the day and go for his jog every single morning even when he is fasting. Unimaginably, they are my superheroes.

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