Finally, my sis gave birth to her second beautiful daughter. Here's a little detail I've received:
Birth date: Monday 28 December 2009 Time: 03.03 AM Her nick from me: BF (if only you knew what I mean haha)
First injection. It looks so hurtful :(
Very cute way of sleeping hehe...
With her daddy...
Here's a few status update from family and friends in Facebook
Peap Tarr: Hey Kanha Big Congratulations on the Newly Arrived Baby early this morning , Happy Day Indeed it must have been that Italian food ! hahah Sambo Samphors: 'Welcome to the family!' Phossdey Sambo: my baby niece arrived at 3:03am ... 2.95kg ... 52cm ... lips are like her mother's :D ... she is very active one ... Moon Sunsky: Good news for the family, new member is coming now haha............... Tito Inn: yeah Baby is already delivered. Now on the way to hospital. See u soon nak bong n kmuoy srey :D So happy coz we can make it after waiting for a whole nite... Phossdey Sambo: my third niece is coming soon!!! yeay!!!!
I don’t fancy comments on ME~* that much. Apparently, I’d avoid any talk in contact with comments. I believe, each and everyone is different and is good in one’s own way. Neither you have to tell nor advise, nothing could be done. One is still a one.
“You’re just too much into yourself”, I received. I don’t protest, I don’t deny. But let’s face the fact. Who doesn’t place themselves first? Try me, every decision you make always comes with a reason for yourself. A man asked his girlfriend for a break up. He said, that’s for a better life of her since he sure can’t afford her luxurious life she ever wanted. You see him putting her needs before his. Adorable, isn’t he? Let’s go deeper; he made the decision so just to put himself out of obligation. Now, how about that? You can reason, he sees the impossibility and continuance would result no good. And living a luxurious life would make her happier. He’s such a cutie eh? But then, her happiness is his, so it’s for his happiness that he chose to make her happy. Ah huh! Now, do you see what I mean? Well, it doesn’t matter. I’m just saying.
Being in my mid 20s, I feel totally old and cranky. I doubt the rest feel the same. Simply, I spot myself getting so annoyed and irritated easily with any single detail that goes wrong from my perspective. But believe me, I have reason to back it all up. Yesterday, I had the boy at my home get my car cushion washed. It came back with the very same stain I told him to get rid off. His reason, it’s the salty sweat that the dried clean couldn’t do. It’s not sweat deary! It’s the spilled food which I was hoping the SHOP could clean and not coming back to tell me nothing could be done for the job the SHOP suppose to do. But the stupid part is, that boy accepted that stupid stain and gave them my15$. Worse, I found the window switch broke. What does that part has anything to do with the cushion? He answered me, ‘I don’t know’. Tell me, it’s one hell of a reasonable answer. I looked around and found one car accessory lost. I told him to find, he couldn’t. I later found and fixed it myself. Damn! Of course, I didn’t scream at him no matter how much I wanna get this anger out of me. Simply, I held those angers inside and told him to do a better job next time. Before that, I reminded him not to again place my car to the gate way because the car is too low that every time I get out, it scratches the bottom part, unless I backwardly get out. This morning, he just had my car turn to the gate way.
Remember when you were a child and a loose tooth was an exciting event? Remember how you pulled at it, gradually loosening it up until it finally fell from your gums, into your hands and you slipped it under your pillow with excitement knowing the tooth fairy was well on her way? Why isn't that same excitement present in tooth loss dreams?
One reason is because we are adults now. Whereas childhood tooth loss meant transitioning from a child to a grown-up, adult tooth loss means transitioning from a grown-up to growing old. Growing old puts us face to face with death and few people find much excitement in that transition.
Of all the dreams I get requests to interpret, tooth loss dreams are in the top ten. Actually, they are not so much requests for interpretation as pleas for reassurance. There is something very disturbing about these dreams--not only in the content but in the emotion that comes along with them. And it is in the emotional content of the dream that we find the biggest clue to its interpretation. Below are some ideas designed for helping you discover what those emotions may be and what those lost teeth might symbolize.
Loss of Control, Powerlessness and Vulnerability
The next time you dream about losing teeth, before trying to figure out what it means, ask yourself how the dream made you feel. Oftentimes, it is not the dream of the teeth falling out that creates the disturbance to the psyche but the feelings that accompany the dream. There is often a feeling of helplessness, of powerlessness--the teeth are coming out and there is nothing the dreamer can do to stop the process. Sometimes teeth fall out, sometimes they are simply missing, sometimes they crumble away. Whichever way they make their exit, the dreamer is left with not only a gap in her smile, but a hole in her heart when she awakens.
Fear of Change, Future Anxiety, Transition
If feelings of loss of control, helplessness or powerlessness accompany your tooth loss dream, the dream is typically acting as a mirror of a situation in waking life. Dreams of tooth loss coupled with anxiety reflect a fear of change, fear of transition. Ask yourself if there is some transition that you are fearful of making.
Fear of Failure, Embarrassment
Sometimes tooth loss dreams point to a fear of failure or embarrassment. In waking life, when people lose teeth, they often cover their mouths when talking or smiling. Is there something you want to do but are afraid of undertaking because you fear you'll look foolish if you fail? Or is there something going on in your waking life that you feel you must hide or 'cover up'?
Financial Insecurity, Malnutrition
Losing teeth in dreams can also point to insecurity about finances. In physical waking life, teeth are what we use to take in sustenance, to keep our bodies fit and nourished, and they are often lost when malnutrition is present. In order to take in nourishment we must be able to 'support' ourselves. Are you worried that you will lose the ability to take care of yourself or are you already not taking care of your needs? Nourishing ourselves comes in many forms, not just our bodily needs--we must nourish our minds, spirits, and hearts as well as our bodies. Is there any aspect of your life that feels like an empty hole?
Fear of Abandonment
Tooth loss dreams may also symbolize a fear of abandonment, of being left behind with no recourse. Look at your relationships and see if any of them are leaving you with feelings of insecurity.
Loose Lips Sink Ships
Another interesting way of translating tooth loss dreams may be a fear of giving away too much information, a spilling of secrets, or a fear of being lied to.
While most of these translations sound pretty grim, keep in mind that these are all symbols of how you are feeling. They are not prophecies of doom, or omens that all of the fears you're carrying around are on the verge of coming to pass. These dreams, like all others, are report cards from the psyche, clues to how our consciousness and unconsciousness is handling the events of our waking life. Understanding their nightly messages helps us more successfully navigate our daily activities--even the ones that scare us or fill us with feelings of dread.
I looked at her, she went on about her trouble. I looked at another her, she went on about how busy her life is. I looked at another her, she went on about her heartbroken. I looked at another her, she went on how happy is her life. I looked at another her, she went on advising me. I looked at another her, she went on and on and on and on... I was just an ear to them all. I look at myself, I start to cry and it goes on and on... I'm not asking for pity. I'm not asking for the acknowledgment of my sadness. I'm not asking for anything. Just let me cry it out and you can go on with your trouble, your life, your happiness, your heart broken, your advise again. I'll be an ear again too. For now, let my tears heal my soul.