Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Turn my head with talk of summertime,

Listening to Phantom of the Opera soundtracks isn't really going to get me through the upcoming semestral examinations, but it does put my mood on euphoria.
It's an exact time frame of two weeks before freedom comes running back into my arms once again ☺
(Oh how I yearn for 3 May 9am to come)
But life's been sweet, and work hasn't been too much of a toll compared to last semester oddly.
Here's to more photo adventures, picnics, RAG, carefree gallivanting and DIY crafts for the next three months 

Sunday, 3 April 2011

Swing chairs and ramen,

Perfect Friday night spent collecting the DSLR-on-loan from school (photo worthy moments to come, hopefully), Ramen and and lounging on our favourite wooden swing @ Holland village after attempting to find a seat at The Daily Scoop.

Fooling around with the lenses after dinner

Sleepy asian eyes
Great closure to the stressful week, which marked the end of all projects and presentations for the semester 

One more month and I'll be able to embark on the much-dreamed DIYs and picnics and photograph adventures, really cannot wait. (Not to mention intensive Rag committee and operations meetings)

Jalan Merah Saga
Chip Bee gardens

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Black and white,

Was looking through my old photobooth pictures when I saw this picture of us from a year back,
(Black and white tone aptly captures the nostalgia of our carefree days)

Really miss the times where we could just spend half the day bordering (see footnote) between serious talk and giggles, and I'm guessing the love for polaroids is still very much evident from these below!
Even though university seems to be drifting us apart 
Love how some evergreen jokes never turn old.

Products of our secret collaboration with her mum for her birthday surprise, belated but still worth it nonetheless, Happy 20th birthday once again girlfriend ♥

Footnote: Typed bordering on insanity at first hahaha

P.S. Meeting the girls next week, plus Skyping with Karen, cannot wait!

Polariod credits to Audrie
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