With all the cherry blossom trees turning green, we were meant to chase more flowers in bloom this season. Cherry blossoms out, tulips in!
When snow started falling like kisses from heaven, I stood and looked up for a good three seconds before a snowflake caught my eye — my first snowfall. Continue reading “Kisses from heaven”
So I write.
For the longest time, I’ve been pushing this because of the intimidating task of writing my back logs which dates back to Summer 2017. And now it’s almost Spring!
But, as it is for everything in life, it all begins with a single step. 😊
So I write once more.
I’ve been in a hiatus for I don’t know how long now. Continue reading “Life Lately”
Many things I’m thankful for last year — from the extraordinary to the mundane; from climbing Mt. Fuji to having the opportunity to call Tokyo my home. Ushering in the new year with a grateful heart, resilient spirit, and a mindset that’s ready to face whatever lies ahead. Cheers to 2018! 🥂
“Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” -DT
I would probably consider my 21st year as a milestone, a major turning point in my life.
At 21, I landed my second job, moved to one of the world’s most populous cities, climbed Mt. Fuji, and became a better version of myself. It wasn’t easy, and it will forever be a work in progress. But as in any metamorphosis, it’s a painstakingly beautiful journey. Continue reading “Turning 22 in Tokyo”
From Kamakura, we rode the Enoden line to Enoshima, a small island off the coast of Kanagawa Prefecture. It was almost sundown when we arrived, and we were immediately mesmerized by the golden sun reflecting the ocean. We spent a considerable amount of time basking around the shore. Continue reading “Weekend: Enoshima sunset (2/2)”