Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale 

Malaysia July 2016

Cloud Forest, Singapore April 2016

Cloud Forest, Singapore, April 2016

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Cloud Forest, Singapore 

This is my favorite place in Singapore. I first saw this place in a movie whose title I don’t even remember, but I remember saying to myself, I would definitely go see the place for myself. And early this year, I did. 

When you’re looking down from the edge of some place, you get a different view and perspective on things below and above you. Hopefully it’s always a good one. 🙂 

Have a lovely week! 
T. 

On Thinking and Writing

Kinetic Rain Sculpture, Changi Airport, Singapore

The Kinetic Rain at the Changi Aiport is a beautiful thing to watch. It had a calming effect on me. If I had more time, I’m sure it would’ve inspired me to think. 🙂 

I miss thinking. 

I have not been writing, not even reading except for online news. Most of my time the last three weeks has been spent doing things a mother is supposed to do. I’m not complaining, it is just a fact. 

I did have a very short break when I went to Bangkok four weeks ago,  but it wasn’t a leisure trip. This time I will have a few hours of quiet as I plan to just stay in at the hotel for the whole afternoon and evening before my flight to Kuala Lumpur tomorrow. 

I look forward to reading and be inspired to write again. 

Wish me luck. 😉 

Have a good life

I’m back from a much needed break. I went to Singapore and spent time with friends, visited Gardens by the Bay and took photos of the flowers in the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.

I had promised myself and my husband that after this trip, I would focus on working on a project that needs my undivided attention for it to be completed this year. This means I have to forgo my hobby of writing for now, and that means no WordPress.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you enjoy viewing these photos I took in Singapore. Until we meet again. 🙂