Saturday, October 25, 2008

A short passage for a friend!

I found a meaningful Chinese passage on my friend's blog.
Thought about my ex-friend when I saw this passage ..




Akira 思胜 said...

要开心呢!!! ^___^

nice9 said...

Your friend really good in writing...
Be happy~
Take care

Teddy said...

how r u ah Princess BB? busy studying ah? hehe..

Anonymous said...

dun think too much.. there r lots of things cant b force..

YinYin said...

Akira : yea...just thought it is meaningful .

nice9 : hey ^^ thx

teddy : yea...i m fine..and busy for assignment always

anonymous : yea..u are right....

Barbie said...

Yin Yin Princess? I have no idea what this post is all about =( Ur ex-frn? Where is s/he now dear? You 2 lost all track of one another? Do you think of making up with one another again? hmm... no need to answer if you don't feel like answering dear.

BTW, how come BB didn't go and say Hi to Barbie? Miss you so much, and that's y I'm here again. Hope u are hanging on well there, and take care, my lovely princess! <3

YinYin said...

i am so sorry baby..i was busy ....MIss u so so much^^

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