QUICKIE:
seeing the name on the 1st class honours list... and that name belonged to me... i thought i'm truly blessed

of aeroplanes and theresa


i have always loved travelling... and am proud to say that i come from a generation where aeroplanes are being used more often than buses.

me and aeroplanes, we go way back... had a 'frequent flyer' remark on my boarding pass once... sat on miserable 'a day and a couple of hours more' flights four times, and there was a time between 2003-2005, being secluded to a swarm called Curtin Miri, these gravity defying vehicles were my keys back to civilization.
i've used this mode of transportation more often than most of my peers, well until recently...

theresa has gotten a job as an air stewardess for air-asia and will prolly have more flying hours than me in no time. theresa gettin that job will also mean that she'll b based in KL, so calling her for laksa early in the morning or our regular once a week shopping would be a little hard now. damn, i'm losing (according to vero) my regular booty shaking partner 2

sure i'll miss her and her company... i mean who wouldnt.
a free spirited girl who is comfortable to be with...
a curious lass who views every angle of the world with awe...
a dog lover lk me
and a wat-u-c-is-wad-u-get gal with a big heart...
heck i'll miss her a lot...

it seems like i have known her for years though in reality it has only been two years. two oh-so-memorable years...

it's kinda hard imaginin her as an air-stewardess, mayb bcuz i'm her fren and i noe her too well, bt i guess if she puts her heart and mind in2 it she'll make on hell of a great flight attendant.

owh n guys braced yourself with the huskiest, 'sir please fasten your seat belts' coming your way...
oh trust me, it doesnt get huskier than that...

just between theresa, vero, shell, aaron, fab and i... thank goodness they don't haf the word 'oneness' in the in-flight announcements... phew to that. :)
we'll definitely miss you theresa. hope to c u either on land or air real soon...

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