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YES my new year 2012 resolution kind of start on late January....I am being lazy at this moment. Enjoying the very last moment because February going to start busy again with graphic & craft job.

I have 10 simple lists for pressure, just to lead a simpler and better life and at the end of the day just be happy. I am blessed for another year to come, surrounding with wonderful friends and families.

Nothing more important than to appreciate small little things that I took for granted all this while.

Cheers All & God Bless ///syam


Abiggaill said…
Woot woot!! Aunty Syamm dah layan Adele! :]
Little Syam said…
semestinya.... I was soooooo in love with her...

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