Happy Birthday Mrs. Kao


So many things can change in 365 days.  Your wardrobe, your levels, your connections with the people around you, who go through these changes similarly as well.  Adjusting is probably the most difficult thing to do, but we’re blessed with the ability to mold into our surroundings if we choose to.  Things change, but there are always constants.  Plug in the right numbers into these life equations and your resulting outcome will be nothing less than exceptional.

I look at my mom and she takes hit after hit.  But she stands there with a smile on her face knowing exactly what I knew six years ago.

She makes no mistakes and she’s one bad ass bitch.

“Be patient Lawrence”

Happy Birthday Momma Kao

Blame her for all the things you hate about me  (happy face).

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2 Comments

  1. beautiful post !

  2. lawrence! i got a macbook =) finally.

    ps: i like this post.


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