Last weekend, we gathered around the table yet again for another cook-in dinner with friends. Last month, we had Dad's braised pork belly and Mum's chap chye. This time, we settled on Beef Stew and Focaccia. Since there was going to be 10 of us, Dad and I decided to split the work and each … Continue reading Recipe: Beef Stew
Seeking the Rainbow has been taking up most of my time of late, but I realise how important as well it is to make time for family. The second half of last week was well spent, and Florian and I bid goodbye to the weekend spoiling ourselves. In fact, just being with family has spoilt … Continue reading Spoiling Ourselves.
I was listening to Maroon 5's latest single 'Memories' and some of the verses made me think of our little ones. There's a time that I remember, when I did not know no pain When I believed in forever, and everything would stay the same Now my heart feel like December when somebody say your … Continue reading Memories Bring Back You.
29 September 2019, Florian and I celebrated our first anniversary. It's been a whirlwind of a year as many of you may know. We had a whole lot of highs, and a huge hit-the-ground low. Still, we're standing together, stronger than ever and looking forward to another year ahead. I expected this anniversary to have … Continue reading We Are One.
The Italy series have finally come to a close. I wrote most of my Italy posts back to back over a week or two in order to keep my mind occupied. Since then, I have been doing a few other things. For one, I mentioned in my post 'Love and Loss' about a little something … Continue reading Seeking the Rainbow
25 Jul 2019 - Thursday. Flo and I took it easy Thursday morning, before finally setting off to Noto. We'd seen videos of it's gorgeous clear waters and found out that there was a walking trail linking about 3 beaches together. So crystal clear! The beaches weren't as crowded as many of the others we'd … Continue reading Noto; Ortigia; Taormina, Italy.
The struggle to not keep looking back is real. A few night ago, I laid in bed crying inconsolably over our babies once again. I cried because I had convinced myself in that moment that I was the reason they are no longer here. Perhaps I could have done more. Only I was to blame. … Continue reading Steps Forward.