Miss CX and Miss Solicitor
Posted on Monday November 10, 2008 at 11:58pm in Anything
For those of you who didn't notice, I am back home in Hong Kong for three weeks at the moment. I haven't had a holiday for a long time and I am definitely enjoy my time not thinking about JVMs, Java Plug-ins and Java Webstart. Thought I have to admit that having bring my Blackberry I do find myself checking work email during the day time.
Anyway, visiting home is a bit mixed feeling for me. Althought it's great to see my parents (even my mom has a blog!) and my sister, but wondering around Luk Yeung makes me feel a bit weird and uncomfortable. Maybe I remember the good time I had with Miss CX, and all that happens afterwards. I don't want to eleborate too much, but things just doesn't work out and I do feel pretty sad about it.
I was having dinner with Dr & Dr W this weekend, and Dr W. has a very good observation for me: It's fine to concentrate on your career, however you have to consider that most girls at our age who is still single are career minded and definitely won't have time to entartain the idea of migrating to another country. She has suggested that I should consider moving back to Hong Kong for a while and see what happens.
That certainly has crossed my mind. I think the last couple of years has proved to me that I would like to meet someone like Miss CX, and I am not sure whether someone like her exists in London. I had so much fun with her and I had that falling in love feeling with her which I didn't feel for a long time. Sometimes I wonder whether I should said yes to that question she asked and maybe we will live happily ever after, but I am certainly would not like to pushed into a big decision like that.
In terms of Miss Solicitor, it's another really really bad habit of mine. I push people away when they intrude into my space and I closed up. I think if I actually try harder maybe it would work out. I was thinking of trying to get back together with her, but as my shared class team mate has said, once she's hurt it's not a great advertisment to come back for more - then she start dating another guy that she met in my birthday party - I think that just get a bit too much for me. The moral of the story? NEVER EVER BRING EX TO YOUR BIRTHDAY PARTY.
2008 definitely has been challenging, emotional wise. I had made some bad choices in 2007 and I have suffered for it this year. I just hope that things will improve next year.
BTW, there are two people (Miss PCCW and Mrs. Accountant) who knows for sure who are Miss CX and Miss Solicitor :-) Others are welcome to speculate but you have by now worked out how the system works here.