Monday, November 30, 2009

On the Start of a Journey

Without thinking highly either of men or matrimony, marriage had always been her object; it was the only honourable provision for well-educated young women of small fortune, and however uncertain of giving happiness, must be their pleasantest preservative from want.
- Austen Jane, Pride and Prejudice: Ch.22

A lot of us believe that university is the time where we start searching for a partner. Because by the time we graduate and started working, it would be quite difficult to settle down. I don't know how true this fact is.

But from what I've came about, there were already at least 10 couples in my batch, amongst themselves; and who knows how many else who has their partner not inside the medical school. It seemed like everyone I hang out with are either coupled, or are in the midst of dating.

Apparently, a lot of the seniors have been proving it to be true. And I just saw the amazing pre-wedding photos of my buddy. May she live happily ever after.

All I could do was to admire how pretty she is...


Somewhere there waiteth in this world of ours
for one lone soul, another lonely soul -
Each chasing each through all the weary hours,
And meeting strangely at one sudden goal;
Then blend they - like green leaves with golden flowers,
Into one beautiful and perfect whole -
And life's long night is ended, and the way
Lies open onward to eternal day

Sir Edwin Arnold 1832-1904

14 Jujus:

manglish said...

you'd better believe it...otherwise u will end up like me..AHHAAHAHHA

Twilight Zone said...

i thought you wanna post your lovely photo taken on the bridge??

Evann said...

Ha... Well I don't believe in marriages. At least not yet. :P

the happy go lucky one said...

yeah i think its quite true, bcoz we dont get to know so many ppl after graduation, unless u r very sociable :P

Gratitude said...

I hv alwiz found the marriage vows at the altar to be soooooo fake, esp the "till death do us part". Divorce is such an "in" thing nowadays.
+Ant+

Medie007 said...

manglish, you're regretting?

Twilight zone, no way that's gonna go public, not when this blog has been anonymous all along. bleah. speaking as if no one has seen me before. hahahhaha

evann, marriages are magical.

Medie007 said...

happy go lucky, yer... why post-uni life so siens one mei?

gratitude, only those who doesn't believe in marriage thinks it's over-rated. agree agree?? :P

CH Voon said...

nice nice photos...

yalor... it is true... else u will end up like manglish hahaha

Bravebear said...

I don't believe in marriage. But would like to try it too if i ever get the chance :p

A gown for 2 plssss~ Tux is overated for gays~

Susan said...

lovely photos.. almost magical.

KY said...

Now we see the "Negative" Anton!!!
Marriage is such a beautiful thing, and also a starting of disaster...hehe. Nice photos BTW.

Medie007 said...

CH Voon, u good la... got a family d. :P

Bravebear, oh dear... haha. start looking for bridal shop. gotta find one that u like most. :P

Susan, yeaps! love these 3 the most. :D

Medie007 said...

KY, seems like we're seeing a negative u too. but u're like the tai kham cheh so many times, u shud've known it's magical wat. :P

bluesoul said...

omg... :P