Month: August 2012

For Better And For Worse And For Granted

Yesterday, Naomi and I celebrated our 6th anniversary with a dinner to remember -which is the whole point of anniversaries, I think – to do (or eat) something memorable. We are still crying tears of joy remembering the food. I can’t believe how lucky I am to have spent the last six years with Naomi, stumbling through thick and thin, for better and worse, and more importantly, taken turns to take each other for granted. Tweet

The Twitter Singapore Pledge Moment

It started a month ago, when I asked Tan Chuan-Jin over Twitter what his favourite part of the Pledge was. We then had a few conversations off Twitter about ideas for getting Singaporeans to participate in the Pledge over the National Day period. After that, mrbrown, myself and a few friends thought it’d be great if the Minister for Manpower could lead the Pledge on Twitter. Then, since he was on board, we asked (persistently) our classmate to ask his boss, the Prime Minister of Singapore, if he’d participate. As you can see in the selected updates below – PM Lee tweeted just once. Still, we are thrilled to have helped orchestrate this whole thing. Follow the #PledgeSG hashtag Follow the #iamsingaporean hashtag Don’t forget to share your thoughts at Pledge.SG Tweet