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Live Life As If There Is No Tomorrow...

I just read this email forwarded by my friend Adelyn. I had a good laugh and it eases my painful morning. It mades me realized life is just as beautiful if you can hold on to another day of goodness and to let go of the ugly moments just like this wonderful woman here:


An elderly lady was standing at the railing of the cruise ship
holding her hat tight so that it would not blow away in the wind.

A gentleman approached her and said, "Pardon me, madam.. I do not intend to be forward but did you know that your dress is blowing up in this high wind?"

"Yes, I know," said the lady.
"I need both my hands to hold onto this hat."

"But madam, you must know that you are not wearing any panties and your privates are exposed!" said the gentleman in earnest.

The woman looked down, then back up at the man and replied, "Sir, anything you see down there is 75 years old. I just bought this hat yesterday!"

Lessons To Be Learned!..........

It is always true to the saying that you always learn from your mistakes. I recently found out that my newly installed expensive induction hob which had been giving me some problems (appliance suddenly stop heating during operation) even after it had been sent for repairs could be due to human errors instead of being faulty as I had thought to be.

After reading the user's manual which had just been given to me after many phonecalls, I begin to suspect that there is not enough ventilation to cool down the hob and so the overheating protection device shut off the operation. And I see that the requirements and specification for ventillation installation are not being followed.

So whose fault is it? Pointing fingers won't solved the problem and I hope this will serve as a lesson to all who are involved with this kind of matter and also to remind those who are still ignorant.

Lessons to be learned :

1) The interior designer must always ask for a manual for a built in specification including for the ventilation before any work is done on the kitchen design.

2) The salesperson must always make sure that a manual of the new hob they sell be provided to the customer or the interior designer to prevent further problems like this on both party.

3) Consumer must make sure that proper ventilation specifications are being done to the cabinets or tabletops before giving the green light for renovations.

Problems: Consumer like me this keeps complaining to the company when the hob keeps shutting down sometimes. The company keeps sending their technicians over. Now my interior designer has to do some changes to my kitchen cabinet.


After.....the drawer being taken out for changes........

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