Monthly Archives: November 2013

The wonderful world of wonders

I’ve always had questions that annoyed the heck out of people ever since I was young. Because many things don’t make sense to me and I just had to get that itch scratched ya know?? So I’ve decided I should start a category of Wonders and post them whenever I have one.

This book caught my eyes when I was in Virginia earlier this year and instantly knew I had to buy it. Not as good as I expected it to be, oh well questions are good, just not the answers. Still quite an interesting read tho.

 

 

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Fffr…Eeked Out

I visited the Singapore Arts Museum recently with rather high anticipation but only to end in much dismay with its current exhibition. The museum itself however, is a beautiful historic architecture building which was once a Catholic Boy’s School built in 1855. Love it! Anyhow, I felt disturbed by quite a few of the displayed artworks, unsettling. I just didn’t know how to appreciate them or perhaps not open-minded enough I guess. But feeling disturbed was never something I would have expected to experience. =\

It’s always good to know what’s out there tho.

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Buzzzzup????

Yippeee!!! I’ve got 20 followers in 11 posts! Not too bad huh? Aight, been too long since my last update and I have to apologise that I don’t have anything interesting to post today as well, but rather just a quick update to let interest parties know what’s going on. I have not abandon this website, of course not. But I’ve been pretty low and busy because of my dog’s illness (cancer’s spreading and she’s only got a few months left), so.. don’t really have the mood to post anything yet. I should get more time next week onwards, hopefully I’ll have some good updates for ya. I did bookmark a few interesting stuffs tho. So, cheers! I’ll post again soon and get this site going. =) xx

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Dying to Live

Do we live to die, or die to live? If there is no death, then there would be no life either, isn’t it?

Not easy. Whether it is the knowing of someone dying or someone had died.

I first experienced it when I was 15 and I made sure never to be close to anyone ever. I was free until I was introduced to the cutest little shaking puppy all caged up in the middle of my home one day. The thought of the pup missing or die haunts me everyday since. Frightful. But she changed my life.

13 years later, I was told that my pup’s time is running out, anytime from weeks to months. Painful. It’s not gonna be easy yet I don’t want it to end. When the pain goes away, you start to get used to it, you move on and soon you forget.

Why did she come to my Bodhi tree?

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