Thursday, February 26, 2009

Where is the love?

Hi MB, originally uploaded by Hina :-).

I'm starting to wonder if I'm blue blooded.
I'm so fucking confused about everything.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

frosty morning

frosty morning, originally uploaded by Tetsuya Blues.

I really love this photo......

Sunday, February 22, 2009



Today, we pray, for the victims of the Victorian Bushfire.
And we shall remember every one of you, our Australian.


Wednesday, February 18, 2009

One night...


One night, we went to have dinner.
We were put into this small little table,
in this small little restaurant.

The table is in the middle of this cozy and warm lit place.
There we ordered something.
And again we get soup of the day...

There are voices and laughters all around me...
Sitting in the centre of the place,
you get to listen to all sorts of things and
you get the 360 view of everything.

A gentleman came in, and alone.
Which was the climax of the whole night for me.
I kept looking at him.
I didn't know him, I still don't.
He smiled.

He started with two glasses of house red.
And as well, soup of the day.
He was looking very decent, tall, balancedly mascular,
and most of all he gives me a sense of security.

There he finished his soup,
risotto, I thought, I want risotto too.
Our food was fairly fast,
everything we ordered were just here too soon.

While our chattering and food eating.
He patiently waited for his risotto...
And I started to feel like we are friends.
I was trying to keep up with his risotto,
and I just asked the waiter, if the risotto was coming yet...
It was in Chinese. I don't think he can speak Chinese.

The dish is finally here.
It was peaceful to watch him eat, alone.
I can't stop peeking.
I felt just so harmonious, with all the melody in my mind.
The charisma, was fascinating me.

He slowly finished the risotto.
Then sat for a little.
It was as if I know what he was thinking in his mind.
It was, like I know something.
But I do not, in the cruel reality.

Check please.
I didn't want him to leave that soon.
But what kind of a pervert was I if I asked him to stay....
I thought.
A stupid coward I was.
Before I know, he'd already signed his name on the bill...
taken his card back and moved his chair back to get his night moving.
I smiled. Said "Bye Bye", and watched him leave.

This night have been a re-occuring aftertaste for me.
Hence all these absurdity.
It was a wonderful experience.
I had a great time with him.
So long, dear friend...


Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Yeah, I like this.

Yeah, I like this., originally uploaded by Hina :-).

Yeah... nothing to say.

Monday, February 02, 2009

Baby born with 12 fingers, 12 toes

16:00 AEST Sun Feb 1 2009
By ninemsn staff

Kamani Hubbard suffers from 'polydactyly'.
Doctors say the condition is common but the extra fingers are normally never fuctional, as Kamani's are.

A baby boy has been born in a US hospital with six fingers on both hands and six toes on each foot.

Kamani Hubbard was born three weeks ago with "polydactyly" — a genetic trait that leaves people with extra fingers or toes, FOX News reports.

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And while polydactyly is considered common, doctors say Kamani's fully formed and functional extra digits have made his case one-of-a-kind.

Kamani's father Kris, who had the stubs of his sixth fingers removed shortly after being born, was the first to spot his son's abnormality.

Mr Hubbard said polydactyly ran on his side of the family.

“Some family members have had six fingers [that weren't] completely developed," Mr Hubbard said.
"But not the toes."

Doctors at Saint Luke's Hospital in San Francisco where Kamani was born said there was no reason to operate.

“It's merely an interesting and beautiful variation rather than a worrisome thing,” Dr Michael Treece was quoted as saying.

“I would be tempted to leave those fingers in place.

"Imagine what sort of a pianist a 12-fingered person would be, imagine what sort of a flamenco guitarist, if nothing else think of their typing skills."

Kamani's mother Miryoki Gross said she was still trying to absorb the news.
“I heard nothing before I gave birth so I'm still in shock, kinda,” Ms Gross said.
Prenatal ultrasounds failed to show the extra fingers and toes, she said.

"[Kamani] looked so normal they couldn't tell, they told me he was six pounds in good health, that was all they said."

I would feel so blessed......