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Just blah....

I love blogs hopping but used to not having a blog myself. Reading others' interesting blogs is so much fun. And now I have a blog of my own, I can't think of much things to write except for Naomi. Com'on, my life is all about Naomi nowadays. Looking after her myself and because of breastfeeding, I seldom leave her with anyone else. So, everything happened in my daily life now is all about Naomi. That's why I can only write more about Naomi. I seriously envy about those bloggers who have brilliant ideas to write about and most of them are very good at writting and expressing. Me, never an expressive person, not in real life too.

Papa Sze always commented that I am an amiable person, not expressive enough and can't be a good manager. I seriously agree with him. I used to work, my relationship with my subordinates was very good, sometimes it was too good that they didn't take me seriously. It was not a good sign to a superior. And I quitted. No no no, that's not the reason I quitted. It was because of Naomi again... Though I feel like working again, what about Naomi?

So, it's all about Naomi....

5 Muaks:

sss1979 aka Nicole said...

once again.. i must say u are popular.. I got tag from me.

beckysmum said...

Me too, as I started become a SAHM, all my life is about my daughter! BTW, Naomi very cute laaa...

Rachealliang said...

luckily, i have no blog.. if want me to blog. my head will explode!!

and my previous jobs (day time as an account exe for a cement co. night time worked at pub as keyboardist and guitarist) so both jobs do not required me to write and write.. just knowing 12345,+-*/and what chord to play that all!!

Viv.. we always support you!!! we love your blog! keep writing!!!

Vivianz said...

Rach and becky,

Thanks!

The New Parent said...

Hi Viv--It does seem like it's all about the child when you have a little one (smile). Though, I do find being around a child amazing, at times you need a break to clear the "kiddy cobwebs".
Keep writing and thinking about your relationship with your child and letting us know.

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