I’m just going to continue compiling short stories of Asna like this OK!
Asna was chilling with my brother. At one point she was nagging at him for being 25 and not having a girlfriend. She told him that he should be married with kids by now.
This coming from her… even our parents aren’t bothered.
In his defense, he told her that even Cikyong doesn’t have kids yet!
“Maybe she’s secretly pregnant, you don’t know!”
I think it’s just that she aspires to become Aunty Asna, you know.
Asna wants me to build a snowman
First text I got when I reached Hokkaido.
Asna gives advice
While I was in Sapporo, I texted and ask her if she’d like to travel with me in the future. Instead of getting a favorable reply, all I got was a brief text suggesting me to do otherwise:
Asna reacts to hero kitty
Me: Hey, have you seen the news about the cat in Russia, Masha who saved a baby?
(Read the story of how Masha the cat saved an abandoned baby from freezing to death.)
Asna: Yeah! The cat is so kind, right? She’s sooo cute!
Then she started talking about what she read.
Asna: The cat was so worried when she saw the boy being taken into an ambulance, right?
Asna: The boy’s going to grow up to think that the cat is his mother. Nanti he’ll say, “Awww, what a cute lil mother! You’re the cutest mother in the whole world!”
She smiled sorang-sorang.
Asna can’t run on the treadmill
Out of the blue.
Asna: I wish I can run on a treadmill.
Me: Run la.
Asna: But I can’t go on a treadmill.
Asna: Because I don’t have back pain and I tak sakit shoulders.
Me: Why must you have back pain to go on a treadmill?
Asna: Because only people who are sakit can run on the treadmill! I saw it at the place Mama did physiotherapy. When I see the patients run on a treadmill, ugh, I feel so jealous of them!