It’s been quite some time since I last posted something. How are y’all doing? I just ended my stressful test period, time to relax for a bit then back to my pile of assignments waiting to be touched. Some of my butus are going to leave soon. I feel really really sad and depressed. I’m excited about flying off but the process of applying is not making anything pleasant. Here’s a picture I took at the clubhouse. have a good day everyone!
Until then, au revoir.
” Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none. ” – William Shakespeare.
Sorry for not updating. I have been really busy lately.
I’ve been very engrossed in fictions and true stories about cancer nowadays.
My recent read, The Fault In Our Stars ( I know I’m outdated, I just got my reading mojo back, don’t mind me ) is a truly motivational story. I can’t wait for the movie. John Green is great writer in my opinion. His other books are also really good, most of them on the New York Times Bestseller’s List ( I’m not promoting anyone here ).
and some of my friends are applying for the Fall intake. By the look of it, the process looks really tedious.
We just did an awesome job not dying – John Green -
I apologize amply for my sudden lapse in blogging. I really do. Well, it’s already past the New Year. I certainly enjoyed the whirlwind in 2013. Met possible lifelong friends, reconnected with the old ones as well as bonded really well with the family. I sincerely thank everyone for making it a memorable year. After my finals, I hopped on on a flight to Hong Kong. It was a last minute thing. When we arrived, it was really cold. Without any further ado, I shall just let the pictures do the narrating;
We also went on a fairy across to Macau. Lovely architecture and marvelous egg tarts.
This update wasn’t as long as I expected, I apologize.
The journey of a thousand miles begin with a single step.
- Laozi -`
It’s been quite a while. I apologize if I haven’t been posting as frequently as the last time. Finals are in a week. After that, I should be able to post more frequently. I had the pleasure of going out with the best friend this week. We watched Catching Fire. It was a really good movie, though I wish they would stop inserting such dramatic cliffhangers. After that, we went to Wafflemeister! I didn’t feel like having ice-cream so I had waffles with strawberries and whipped cream. I opted for the small one just in case their strawberries were sour and thank god for that.
have a great weekend. Till then, adieu.
Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen – Ralph Waldo Emerson -
Hello! It definitely has been a while since my last post. I have been drowned in assignments and tests to study for every single day last week. Hectic as hell. I deeply console myself that this semester will end with a few more weeks. Can’t wait hehe
You haven’t lived till you’ve had the taste of pizza
Hopefully I’ll update more often but no promises since finals are in two weeks.
Sleep is such a luxury, which I can’t afford – Robin Sikawar -
I am on a roll this week, another food adventure! This time with my best friend who just got back from National Service after three long months. We were in the KL Golden Triangle radius ( KLCC – Pavilion ). It’s been a long time since I really went out and so many new places have sprung out since.
Waffles from Wafflemeister, KLCC. Good stuff.
Petit Roll from Chez Recamier, a patisserie in Isetan.
The waffles was the bomb but the Petit Roll didn’t taste as good as it looks.
Then we hung out at the park for a while, a peaceful place. It’s more beautiful at night though.
Look, there’s no metaphysics on earth like chocolates. – Fernando Pessoa
Do we eat to live or do we live to eat? If it was me, I wouldn’t want to leave the world so soon without tasting all of the food that I am bound to like/love.
After class, a lovely friend of mine came to visit. We decided to have tea at Coffea Coffee, since the both of us were unusually not hungry. It was a pleasant experience, lovely place, beautiful decor, great service, good drinks and lovely food. The ambiance was pleasant, very quiet in fact. I rate this place a good 7.5/10. Recommended if you are looking for a place to finish your book, or to just simply enjoy your cuppa coffee.
Happiness is part of who we are. Joy is the feeling – Tony DeLiso -