I’ve been having a sub-par weekend, with a combination of gastric pains, nausea, headaches and backaches plaguing my otherwise usually good health. I’m feeling better, but still very weak and not up to doing or eating anything. My mom – best mom in the world – has been quietly nursing me to health, and we’ve… Read More Parallels with My Best Friend’s Wedding
I’ve been away for a while, but I’ve always been around. The past few months have been hectic with work, travelling and the festive season. I can’t believe how quickly time has flown by and that the Christmas holidays I have been looking forward to are sadly over! Here are some of my favourite memories… Read More 2012 – A beautiful year
I haven’t disappeared, I’ve just been caught up busy with work, meeting friends and travelling. For two weeks, I’m at home. Home home. Sunny, tropical home. I can’t even express how happy I am to be here and to be surrounded by the love of my family and friends. The feeling is so familiar and… Read More Home
As it’s summer in London, I have had quite a number of friends who came to visit (thank you all!). It’s brought me a lot of perspective to see everyone here in the same city and to catch up on our lives and what we are up to. Right now, my best friend of all… Read More The Best Friend comes to visit
As of today, I have been living in London for exactly a year, and I marvel at how quickly time has passed and how it has already been a year. I’ve officially taken myself out of my parents’ payroll and I’m a fully self-sufficient adult; I’ve paid my bills, my rent, my food, my clothes… Read More 1 Year in London
When Paris lost the bid to London for the 2012 Olympics, I felt their pain and wondered why they didn’t win. I felt like they deserved to win, primarily because they seemed so much more passionate. Oh, to see their sad French faces. But aren’t I mighty glad now that I have made the unprecedented… Read More London 2012: I was there
I came back from work one day in February and saw that I had a parcel from Amazon delivered by my mom. It was a book called Obstacle Illusions by Stephen Hopson. Stephen was born deaf and went on to achieve success in many different aspects in his life, never once making excuses for himself… Read More Our flying lesson!