Seriously?

I could barely hear her above the loud hum of the server fans.

Frowning I raised my voice “What?”

Her right hand flailed over her head and gestured for me to go over.

As I approached her I could see her checking the rack anxiously.

“What did you say?” this time I was merely inches away from her.

She looked up from her squatting position, wide-eyed and replied “It’s gone.”

I jerked my head and glanced at the server rack.

There was a gaping hole counting up to the 5th row from bottom.

 

Who dare to move my server?

Nostalgia

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Nostalgia”

Sometimes you can discover gems in unexpected places~ Found Hikki’s 2002 DEEP RIVER album few weeks ago… Imho her works in this album is the pinnacle of her songwriting journey, esp the single Deep River which held so much memories and meaning… that defines who i am…

nostalgia

Book Review: That’s What Friends Are For by Marcie Steele

Genre : Women’s Fiction, Romance
Format : eBook
Rating : 3/5 stars

Thank you NetGalley and publisher Bookouture for this ARC copy in exchange for an honest review.

Hmm… honestly I’ve finished this book months ago yet the story was vague as I remember. I need to take a look at the blurb to jog my memory a bit.

Sam and Louise have been best friends since they hung their coats side by side on the first day of primary school. Now in their thirties, they’re just as close, but life is a little bit more complicated…

On the outside, thirty-something Sam seems to have it all; the gorgeous husband, the beautiful home and the flourishing business. But things are not quite as rosy as they seem. So when handsome stranger, Dan, walks into her life, Sam finds his attentions hard to resist.

Louise might seem like life and soul of the party, but her outgoing exterior hides her sadness about the heartbreak in her past. She just wants someone to love – but all Louise gets left with is a quick fumble with an ex at the end of the night.

When a glamorous face from the past returns to shake things up, things get even more complicated for Sam and Louise. And just when they need each other the most, they’ve reason to wonder whether they ever really knew each other at all.

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