We've bought a new coffee beans a few days ago.
"Let's goto sleep earlier tonight so that we could wake up earlier tomorrow, then we could make us some coffee with the new coffee beans soon!!!" Dearest said to me that night.
We laughed and of course we didn't go to sleep right away, quiet evenings are precious to us, we went back to our regular daily activities instead: I went back to reading a book, and he resumed his hunting over new technologies information.
I am still reading "The Zahir" by Paulo Coelho. I read it half way through whilst I was in Australia, and then pretty much stuck after got back here in Kuala Lumpur.
Here's some interesting paragraphs to share:
"It is always important to know when something has reached its end. Closing circles, shutting doors, finishing chapters, it doesn't matter what we call it; what matters is to leave in the past those moments in life there are over. Slowly, I began to realize that I could not go back and force things to be as they once were: those two years,which up until then had seemed an endless inferno, were now beginning to show me their true meaning."
"We could spend the rest of our life saying that we love such a person or thing, when the truth is that we are merely suffering because, instead of accepting love's strength, we are trying to diminish it so that it fitst the world in which we imagine we live."
This is a novel of obsession.
Pretty good read. Hope you like it too. :)
P/S Aussie trip's blog entry updated, more photos uploaded! Click here to view.