My heartfelt thanks to pinaymamasg.com for making my first Liebster post possible. It took five years-plus having a blog up to be included in the chain. In any other avenue, say on social media, I ignore chain requests. But for … Continue reading Hump Day Liebster
Remember those jokes going around the social media about “returning” 2020? The beta isn’t great, it needs a reboot, so on? Well, we’ve used up two-thirds of it. Even if it was possible, a cosmic return-exchange isn’t going to happen … Continue reading Sweetness in a Slice of Rejected Pie
I was craving a thriller so I searched for a “literary thriller” online, my definition being one that delivers suspense and twists without sacrificing depth and flair. To my surprise, a list I consulted included Emily Fridlund’s History of Wolves. … Continue reading From the Bookshelf: History of Wolves
It has gotten warmer; the sidewalks, the lawns, the nearby park are adorned with vivid blooms, swathes of lush greenery. Life amidst a climbing death toll worldwide. So in this beautiful time of the year, we are all being asked … Continue reading A Memorable Spring
Here we are, in year 2020. Festivities are done with and most of us have “gone back to reality” (as if vacations and celebrations are all but dreams), but I’m still compelled to greet you, readers. Happy New Year! This … Continue reading Happy New Year!
I’m writing this post from Singapore. Here because of my partner’s work, am helping him out a bit. We are staying somewhere in the city centre, Chinatown area. Am delighted. Enjoying the bustling urban vibe, adorned with tidy green parks … Continue reading Notes from Singapore
We’re meant to be celebrating Thanksgiving here in Canada, but fall has the distinct feel of the new year to me. There’s an awareness of endings and beginnings. Sure, it doesn’t have the frenzied countdown to midnight and blare of … Continue reading Autumn
Airports, they’re fraught places, aren’t they? Contained yet sprawling domains, brimming with intense emotions. I was mulling this over last time I was in YVR, welcoming the lover from a trip. Just the right occasion for this thought to occur, … Continue reading Notes from the Airport