It’s been 17 days since my previous post (Do read it first, before reading this). I would explain the reason for my delay at the end of this post. Haha, so read on till the end! After Do I regret going to poly or taking a diploma in accountancy? Of course not! I don’t regret … Continue reading Reflecting on my poly days: Part Two
This post is about my polytechnic education and experiences. I think it's the right time to write about it especially since it's the graduation season now. Congratulations to all of you! To some, polytechnic education was just a stepping stone towards university education. To others, it could have been their greatest achievement in their life. … Continue reading Reflecting on my poly days
I was six when I realised that my family was not perfect. Six years later, I realised that the normal, let alone perfect family does not exist. Each family has its own hardships concealed by all that wide smiles. They have issues that those glossy photographs hanging on the walls aren't going to show. Anyway, … Continue reading Mummy and Appa
"po This is going to be a really light-hearted post with completely no purpose. Or maybe there is a subtle purpose. It's actually a lead up to another post but I don't want to spoil too much for you. Anjadi kuppeh aka Anjack according to Urban Dictionary refers to Tamil male gangsters. From my … Continue reading Anjadi Kuppeh and Kuthu songs
I just came back home after watching Kaatru Veliyidai. I liked it very much. I know some people tend to say that they love the movie just because they don't want to admit that they exercised bad judgment when deciding to spend money to watch that movie in theatre instead of waiting for the TV channels … Continue reading Kaatru Veliyidai, Ray-bans, and product placements.
In my first post, I talked about two other times where I was reminded that the clock was ticking. I am writing about one of it in this post. When someone's heartbeat has stopped, it means that the person is no longer alive. Simple. But when my mom told me over the phone that Aatha's … Continue reading This one’s for you, Aatha.
This is going to be the most interesting post because this is the first time I am writing somewhere outdoor(I don't consider trains to be outdoor). I am actually at Khatib waterfront (Lower Seletar Reservoir) with the wind blowing against my face and the sun shining so bright. Well, it's super hot too. Thank God they … Continue reading Crows can sing too!
I have realised that I don't have the time to write two posts a week and y'all probably wouldn't have the time to read two posts a week too. We're all busy people, watching videos of clingy pandas, cute dogs, and red velvet pancakes recipes on Facebook. Haha! Or maybe that's just me. Having completely … Continue reading Confession: I can’t accept compliments.
Other stories include: The NUS dream, You are pretty. Attached. How are you going to ever get married if you are successful?
The past week has been quite exhausting and overwhelming. (Note to self: As tempting as it may be, do not write a blog post when you actually have a midterm test the following week). I am honestly taken aback by the kindness of strangers and friends. I greatly appreciate all the encouraging words that y'all … Continue reading So what now?