Yes! I know! I've been terribly lazy in updating my blog!
I'm sure you're wondering where's the write up on Thailand. It'll come. At some point.
I've been working at Le bistrot for the past 3 weeks or so, and I've been keeping myself busy with thought; thinking and planning about the present and future. I sometimes wonder if I put to much thought into it, and if things dont't work out, man... it's gonna be a bummer. Nevertheless, life goes on, whatever happens eh? I mean, to know that God loves me (and you!) is enough for me to keep on going.
Mean while, here's some old pictures I took with my Nikon D70s that my dad has generously bleesed me with for my birthday.
I finally found a lazy sunday afternoon to pop open the Classic Rutherglen Tokay with someone!
I really enjoyed that day. Away from the crowded streets of town. To just sit down, and enjoy a bottle of sweet dessert wine with a friend, and to discuss and ponder about life and what not. It's a day to be remembered. And I look forward to more days like that.I love how Clayton's expression described the entire affair. A lazy sunday afternoon.
Here's a picture of my mom's Thai Laksa. It's not like any other laksa I've had in Singapore. Three reasons: One, it has no coconut milk in it, which allows the flavours of the chilli paste to come through strongly. Two, I have it with salted vegetables, chives, parsley and lime, a delicious combination which my mom serves it with. Three, it's made by my mom.
This is also my first attempt at framing a picture.
A day out with a friend...
Well, that's it for now.