Thursday, October 21, 2010

From Hawaii with love

Dear sisters ....... I thank you from the bottom of my heart during this time of grief. Eventhough I have been so quiet lately, you still come around to send me words of comfort. I know these kind of caring and thoughts cannot be faked, you are all truly beautiful human beings. Sorry to cause you any worry, I will strive to live a meaningful and truthful life and help the less fortunate around me.

Hehe, speaking of beautiful human being, I have been resisting the temptation of one extraordinarily handsome fellow for the last little while. Please allow me to repost his very relaxed (and even semi-sexy) photos from Hawaii. Gosh, I keep thinking whoever interacted with him over there didn't even realize how super super lucky they were! Thousands of women soooooo wanted to trade places with them, how 'fate' plays in life :)

I love this sheer white top with super long sleeves! Definitely not for someone who has 'dishwasher' written all over her forehead, like me :)
Ahhh, soooo wish I could also dip my feet in that pool, WITH HIM of course :)
Hehe, check out those sexy hairy legs @@
Sigh, gentle and delicate like a woman, strong and sexy like a man! Perfect!
Have you seen a man looking this good riding a bike?

or to that extent, holding a coffee crossing the street?

Always love him in sunglasses and ...
sweater over his shouders, so resorty-looking!
Thanks to maron and kiss from BYJGallery


annacronism said...

Hi, sis Jaime.
I hope you are doing well. (Even though I have dealt with the kind of pain you feel, right now, it is still hard to know what to say to you, at this time.)I will just tell you what a wise woman once told me; "The pain of losing a loved one doesn't lessen, with time, we just get more accustomed to its being there." (Those words helped me a great deal in dealing with the loss of my mother.)
On a lighter note, sexy is definitely the word for Our Charming Prince in these pics! And I don't know of another man on this planet who could drive a pink Cadllac and still look so manly, (and dreamy, of course); do you?
Take care, dear.

jaime said...

Dear Anna,

Thank you so much for your advice. I am sorry for the loss of your dear mother too. Yes, it does feel like a hole is punctured into your heart and no matter how much it heals, a scar is still left there. I remind myself that I still have to take care of my other old parent and my own family, I have to look forward and do my best.

I agree with you, looking at the smile of our prince gives us so much joy and warmth. Hehe, it doesn't hurt that he looks super sexy too :)

Thanks for dropping me a comment and please take care!
love .... jaime

yudi said...

Dear Jaime,

Thank you so much for still trying to entertain us in this time of grief. I just sent you an email this afternoon, please check.

The good thing about Hawaii is that I haven't been there yet, these wonderful pictures will definitely make my future trip there much more fun.


Lin Chen said...

Hi Jaime,
How are you?
Long time not writing to you even I always read your blog at least weekly.

I have just watched Hotelier again and missed our prince so much. The miss is so strong that i feel pain. I am not sure we have news from him, how his health now, what project he is doing.
Thank for your blog where i can find some news, photos to know that he still there, healthy and handsome as ever.
I miss you and all our lovely sisters even though i rarely dropping notes to you.
Always there, the Love to Bae and to you.
Lin Chen

Anonymous said...

Dear Jaime and Bae sisters:
Greetings on the first day of Daylight Saving Time.
I hope that everything is fine with you and that you are evolving toward the next level of peace and acceptance in the mourning process.
We care for your health and well-being.
Sarang Hamnida,