I've recently been thinking about Christmas and how it is a season of giving.
Ahem! So I thought of my 2014 Christmas wish list in case you would like to make it come true. :-)
Here is what I've been "wanting" (note: just want, not need).
1) An external hard drive with terrabyte space
2) New Nike Rosheruns for women
3) A new laptop (Macbook air?)
4) New wardrobe or cash to buy new wardrobe
5) Have the whole house repainted in time for the holidays
6) Mobile speakers from muscians friend
7) Airconditioner for the two other rooms in the house
8) A bike
9) Annual gym membership
10) A new bag
Hi there, Santa! Are you reading this? I really hope so!
Advance Merry Christmas to everyone! Ho! Ho! Ho!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Being so toxic these days, I went back to old adage of "When Life Gives You Lemonds, Make Lemonade" and then found myself amused at how this saying has evolved depending on how's your attitude in life.
The Original Version:
The Other Versions: :-)
For the Segurista Person:
For the Free Loader:
For the Narcissistic:
For the Weak of Heart:
For the Carefree:
For the Happy Eater:
For the Strong-willed:
How about you? What will you do when life gives you lemon?
Posted by Vina P at 1:59 PM
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Just a throwback on our memorable trip to Macau last June 2014.
We went to Macau without expecting anything. We just wanted to see the sights of the city and enjoy every bit of Macau history. With this in mind, our feet led us to a wonderful trip amidst a beautiful city with fantastic sights, sounds, smell and even taste!
Our very first stop was at the St. Paul's Ruins near Senado Square. The scene here is so romantic and peaceful. I loved how the church as if suddenly shows itself as we took a turn from where our hotel was. The impact of the church's ruins was great and I could just imagine how beautiful the church would have looked like when it was still intact.
After St. Paul's, we went to Senado Square and took advantage of the free mini-concert by this band in the picture. I listened to them playing for a few minutes and was inspired by their jazzy genre and wonderful instruments. They must have known about pro line, I wonder! Too bad, we had to move on and dig deeper into the city.
Here is a picture of a typical wall that you can find in the streets of Macau. That blue and white design is distinctly Macanese.
And of course, another thing I couldn't miss while in Macau is their famous egg tart. Love this to bits!
Sorry for cut this short. Will continue with the Macau stories soon!