September breezed by knowingly, yet unknowingly. I had just come back from the Bloom Women’s Conference in KL and landed straight at home to attend a beautiful wedding at Parkroyal on Pickering. Then I was off to the Design Film Festival, spending my hard-earned money on Barbicania, 808 and Iris, three films I really enjoyedContinue reading “When September ends”
July was a jam-packed month for me, but in a good way. I kicked it off with loads of self-exiled writing at home during the first week, and treated myself to a Friday night with my Homies and a Saturday day out. I was at Sentosa’s Palawan Beach, followed by chill time at Tanjong BeachContinue reading “July reviewed”
May is always a big month for me. It marks the end of the first half of the year, and is halfway to the finish line. It the chance to get things right in the second half, and to reset from the midway line. My best friend was born in May, and when I wasContinue reading “June is only the beginning”
My 2015 kicked off with a bang – literally. I celebrated my New Year’s at Keppel Bay with a bunch of good people and enjoyed 360-degree views of three fireworks going off concurrently. We had cakes, tea and coffee at midnight at Prive, and it was a moderately quiet affair in an extremely upscale marinaContinue reading “The Last Day of January”
Island dreams Causeway lives Crossing streams Different teams. Kampung boys City girls Dotted lines Different worlds. Border fights City lights Kampung mice Chicken rice. MYR SGD Dollar one Ringgit three Island wide Nation’s pride Brother’s arm False alarm. Majulah Bolehlah We’ve come so far Shooting star.
suntec will steal your soul with its polished floors and marble cold air-conditioned walkways with underground tolls the fountain of wealth is waiting to swallow you whole it’s waiting it’s waiting to swallow your gold hush now, be careful feel the flapping coat of the man in the underground link he brushes past you rushingContinue reading “Suntec will steal your soul”
I had a crazy November, caught in a flurry of activities, spinning in the vortex of a tornado called do. I only had time to be in between small pockets of rest, before it spun again. I stretched myself thin, like skinny pizza dough. I spread myself wide, like jam, kaya, peanut butter on toast.Continue reading “Remember, remember, the end of November”
October was a month that I spent quite a bit of time with a childhood friend. We went shopping and eating in Raffles City on a Sunday night, including a 101 prep talk on how not to shiok sendiri, watching Dracula with a mutual friend from Vietnam, going for a late night hand and footContinue reading “Reviewing October 2014”