Saturday, August 21, 2010
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Thursday, June 24, 2010
Every now and then, nature manifests itself as if to remind us that some of the best things in life are still free. It's just so bad that man often forgets to take time to commune with nature. He's being too busy being an adult, unmindful of the beautiful things around him. How many times does Mr. Busy Man affords himself an hour by the sea looking at the sunset? Not many...
I've always loved nature but sadly, I work all the time.. 12 hours a day; 6 days a week. But I never missed looking
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
How fast time flies! thumbnail sketches was my favourite blog supposedly but my other blog sallys musings took most of my blogging time - - -which is not often : (
I have posted most of my drawings on my other blog which should have been here..well anyway, I'll just transfer some of them here ....where they belong. This one here is my favourite...
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
2. that bathroom thing
3. have coffee (and biscuits if hungry)
4. I haven't thought of this before: I always look at my reflection in the mirror (hand-held, oval) to check if I look O.K...I tend to have eye bags if I spent too much time at the computer. So I'll be sitting on my bed holding the mirror, and turn left. Why left? Because when I turn right, I would be facing the window and the foliage outside would make my face look greenish. ..so I turn left. I would still look like me but at least not like a creature from Mars or from the set of Twilight.
5. breakfast (and more coffee : (
6. dress for office
7. actually, there's no number 7...at the office, there's no way of knowing what happens next...what with talented techies and smart ideas bumping like protons gone wild...no, just kidding... it's true about the first one though.
Thursday, March 12, 2009
I found one bookmark as I read Alone by Rod McKuen. It was a poem which I wrote years ago on a notebook page...and (don't laugh at me now) it goes like this:
the hills are calling
i hear it in the wind
and smell it in wafts of ylangylang blooms...
somewhere at the foot of the hills
I didn't write it for someone special..I was just smitten by Rod McKuen's poems and tried to write one...