This was another “unplanned” trip. Long story. However, one day in July, Drew goes — “hey if you want to come home, you could by September”, and I would not NOT go home. I hadn’t gone home in two years (since I moved to Dubai), so it was just right for me to push through, even if it meant going back to Dubai without Drew and starting from scratch in terms of adjusting with long
I am the least person I’d expect to write a relationship-related entry, but alas. There aren’t a lot of married couples I know that are like us. Maybe that’s a good thing, because it’s not for everyone, certainly (our ways — not marriage. Although yeah, it isn’t for everyone too, lelelel). Drew and I have had many, many, many, many, many ups and downs (sometimes it surprises me how we’re still together — but I
Heads up : This entry is all over the place! Bear with me. It was years ago when someone left a comment on my Tumblr asking, “Why do you always like to announce that you liked something ahead of everyone?”. I always thought it was because I wanted to prove to people (mostly to myself) that I wasn’t hopping on the hype train. In my thirties, it dawned on me that it was because I
This post is two months late, boohoo. It was a Wednesday when my darlings, Carlo and Vince, messaged me to ask if I got a confirmation from work that we’d be off for Eid. I said, “Yes, on Sunday”, and they go, “Alright, let’s go to Singapore!” LEL. If I’m given an opportunity to go someplace, trust me, I wouldn’t say no. I didn’t have funds so they paid for tickets (my share of the
Second trip with my loves Carlo and Vince! This was also definitely unplanned since we “decided” we weren’t going anywhere during the Eid Break, but lo and behold, less than a week before the break, there we were, making plans. Those make the best trips, don’t it? Like Singapore (blog post up soon), I also didn’t know what to expect out of Hong Kong. The weather was a bit of a culprit during this trip,
It’s been awhile, hasn’t it? It wasn’t on purpose, trust me. The whole blog revamping thing came over me, not impulsively — in fact, the thought’s been standing outside my brain door for almost a year now, but I keep putting it off due to budget constraints, which I’m still strictly under, by the way, just YOLOing through it, and then getting anxiety attacks because of how careless I’ve been in the spending department. Ugh.