39 • Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Female / Separated / ID: 10816246
Seeking Male 33 - 45 For: Friendship, Marriage
Last active: over 12 months ago
Dancing, Family, Cooking / Food
Barbecue, Seafood, Chinese / Dim Sum, Thai
Other, Pop, Religious, R'n'B / Hip Hop
Aerobics, Biking, Cycling, Jogging / Running, Swimming, Yoga / Pilates
Romantic Pilot: Seemingly star-crossed lovers Allie and Noah can't seem to get it together. They're deeply in love but run into trouble at every turn, thanks to meddling families and other relationships. However, the story of their love, written in the eponymous notebook, proves that it really does conquer all -- even age.
After Forever Ends by Melodie Ramone :Orphaned by her mother and brushed off by her dad, fifteen year old Silvia Cotton had lived a lonely life. That is until 1985 when her father moved the family from the Highlands of Scotland to the Midlands of Wales. It is there she was enrolled in Bennington, a private boarding school, met the charming and rebellious Dickinson twins, Oliver and Alexander, and her regrettable life was changed forever.
Locked into a fierce friendship with Alexander and lost to a whirlwind romance with Oliver, Silvia found herself torn away from everything she thought she knew. Married too soon, she moved with Oliver to a rustic cabin deep in a Welsh wood and embarked upon a life she'd never planned for, surviving on hope she never knew existed and faith she never knew she had. She made her way through university and onto a career, only to surrender her ambition to raising her children and living a life that was strikingly "normal". But what is normal? Certainly not what ensued in the wood.
True love, faeries, friendship, loves lost and gained. Old magic, fate, doubt, strength and courage, Silvia's story could belong to anyone, but it is her own. Simple yet extraordinary, told in retrospect with wit and candor, Silvia recalls a life of joy and sorrow, laughter and tears. As she unravels the tangled web of her days, she reveals the secrets that exist in an ancient wood, how hearts given freely can become the stuff of magic, and how true happiness was never any further than her own back garden. (less)
Eating out is very common in Malaysia. The biggest part of the population seldom cooks at home. The main reason is that eating out is generally cheaper than buying ingredients at the supermarket and cooking your own dishes. Another reason is that eating outside is part of the Malaysian (and other Asian) culture, there is no better place to get in touch with friends and relatives than during a delicious meal. Most dishes in Malaysia are either based on rice or mee. Malay dishes often contains beef, chicken, mutton or fish; but never pork as Malay food needs to be halal. Chinese dishes often contains pork. Indian dishes are often vegetarian; and they never contain beef (though Indians do eat chicken, mutton and fish). Most dishes will be served with some vegetables; either mixed through the dish or served as a side dish.
“When I find myself in times of trouble, mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be. And in my hour of darkness she is standing right in front of me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be.
Let it be, let it be, let it be, let it be. Whisper words of wisdom, let it be.
And when the broken hearted people living in the world agree, there will be an answer, let it be. For though they may be parted there is still a chance that they will see, there will be an answer. let it be.
Let it be, let it be, .....
And when the night is cloudy, there is still a light, that shines on me, shine until tomorrow, let it be. I wake up to the sound of music, mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be.
Let it be, let it be, .....” ― Paul McCartney
formal, religious in some occasions and casual on weekends..
“We’re in this together, and isn’t it fun?” is your general outlook. You’re the type to crack a joke at just the right moment or toss a witty, lighthearted remark into a conversation before it turns too serious. Down to earth, warm and good-natured, you make people feel happy and good with your attempts at humor. This is a very likable type of humor to express, but be careful to make sure someone isn’t feeling hurt or excluded by what you’re joking about during conversation.
“Every time I go out the front door, I discover something. This is a city on the cusp of change—and it’s exciting to be a part of that.” Anywhere with my loves one just next beside...
Inter-cultural relationships provide the opportunity to gain an in-depth appreciation of other customs. Celebrate the festivities unique to your partner’s homeland or religious tradition. Spend time getting to know his/her family. Savor the foods from your partner’s native country. You don’t necessarily have to adopt all of your significant other’s cultural practices. However, willingness to understand your partner’s culture demonstrates love and respect.
Whether you’re curled up in front of a roaring wood fire, gazing at the stars from the deck of a luxury safari-style tent, enjoying a relaxing couples massage in elegant Spa Anise or sharing an intimate moment over a divine dessert from an award-winning menu, few things are more romantic than getting away to a Spicers Retreat.
I consider my personality adaptive and logical. I look for the best path to achieve my goals and do my best to make decisions based on the information I have at the time. Even my humor is based on perception, and I’ll adjust the way I behave based on the family I am with, in order to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable. “ Being adaptive and logical is considerably more family oriented than being fun-loving.