NO one can foresee misfortune coming your way. There are people who pass away at a very old age, and there are those who are gone even before they even glimpse the first light of day.
IT has been almost one month since I found out that my wife is pregnant. Earlier this week, I brought her to the obstetrics clinic for a check-up. Apart from the happy result that showed both my wife and the foetus were healthy, I picked up something very important.
I am the classic example of a busy Cambodian middle-class man living in the suburbs of Phnom Penh. And in nine months I will become a father at the nubile age of 25.
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