Live in the Sunshine, Swim the Sea, Drink the Wild Air

That's exactly what I'm going to do *grin* I'm off to Bali. See you guys on Saturday! 0 comments

I'm officially Singapore's best female crab eater!

Then again, I was the only female in the competition.

It was slightly embarassing, but really fun. Thanks for all your support guys!

Looking intimidated before the start
Enjoying the crabs

Still looking glamorous

The three crabs devoured :)

My biggest supporter


So I'm Back

I went, I saw, I wondered.

Unlike the many people who have gone before, and came back raving about Japan, the place held little charm or magic for me. Here are some pictures anyway.

(Collagen soup ramen. A very bad idea)
Look who I met in Tokyo :)

Lovely vintage stores

Then there was the crowd at the airport due to the flights suspended by the volcanic ash.

Travelling is great, but it's even better to have someone to come home to...
too bad i'm here for work and not for play.


Whizz Through the Weekend

Saturday was the day we pretended we were on holiday. I love doing that. Don't you?

You might have guessed, it was wakeboarding week again!

There was a wakeboarding wedding photoshoot happening at the same time, which was pretty cool. The guys were wakeboarding in suits, while the girls had neon coloured skirts on!
The workout on water was quickly followed with a thai food feast!

And a lovely tea with lovely ladies (and milkshake)
I somehow found this shot magical.
if you round up, it's the weekend already.
~ a friend's facebook status

I'm not sure i'm looking forward to this weekend though. It's the start of another kind of crazy. 0 comments


Hello, how was your long weekend? I know for those of us who had a really long week, the long weekend probably seems like a distant memory. Mine does. But let me reminice about the Easter weekend.

A bunch of us set off bright and early on Friday morning to take a ferry to the sunny island of Batam.

There, we met an amaging group of young people who encouraged my heart and taught me what it meant to give all that you have to the Lord.
We played games, sang songs, and learning from the Word together. As we taught them new activities, they taught us a new language.
We visited the kampongs together. Bringing gifts of food to the poor and conducting a cell group together. You cannot imagine singing praises to the Lord in a tiny wooden home, with no electricity, packed with youths (and an 80 yr old granny with a toddler). Memorable, you bet.
We also had the opportunity to pray with those we visited.
Sunday was the day we conducted the children's programme at the church. Check out the cute penguines with tummies filled with treats that each child got to bring home.
We also got to witness a water baptism in the local swimming pool.
We even had a home cooked indonesian meal!
It was a blessed time.

Hope your Easter weekend was fabulous too.

Blog Find

Been awhile since I shared a nice blog find with you guys.
I stumbled onto Le Love a few weeks ago and have been following it every since. It overflows with stories of love in all its forms, raw and honest, yet beaming with hope. 


Current thought

we tap endlessly on little plastic squares
it makes a difference 0 comments