One random topic. How far do you know yourself so that you can distinguish very surely things you will change and things you will not? I have been thinking about it the whole day and as a pace of training if will try to jot them down. Here you go;
(ps: all in random order and may mounting up as time goes)
I know I will never:
- Lose my faith.
- Have cats.
- Be too old for cartoon movies, dancing under the rain, and act all silly whenever the mood strikes.
- Brave enough to ride a motor bike. I am happy just to be the passenger who will repeatedly yells " slooow dooowwwwn". But never, ride it on my own.
- Admitting that "regret" is normal. But moving on is a must.
- Get sick of a sweet french kiss. Especially one that has "pauses" in the middle because I cannot stop giggling when doing it.
- Eat Indian food again.
- Stop reading and writing and adore music and art. I did not regret that I fail on my violin and piano classes when I was a kid. Was too active, not that "genius" and too goofy back then. I ended up as one music lover anyway.
- Change my last name. If it matters much for the spouse, I will hyphenated it; Tressabel Hutasoit- XYZ. If...
- Let anyone define who I really am.
- Color my hair. I am so proud of the dark as the night color. Will never ever dye them.
And at some stage, I know I will:
- Be too busy decorating my own house I will have no time to blog as much *big grin. After that, my posts will be all about home decor. (# in my Bucket List)
- Cook. Not the easy ones but the "rich with twists and flavors" Asian cooking. Oh dear Grandma, please bear with me.
- Get wrinkles under my eyes. I laugh a lot. This is the risk.
- Understand that the whole thing is not about me. Like the first chapter in Rev. Rick Warren's book: Purpose Driven Life: It's not about you.
- Have that one particular book published ( which reminds me of this so hard to wrapped up those chapter!)
- Be in that pilgrimage tour to Israel. Mom, count me on this.
- Have my own family. Be one godly, loving woman for one man, be the type of a mother who will always hover on my children's back (haha!), spoil them with love, do anything for their education.
- Discipline the yoga class again (oh wait, this has to start next week!)