Archive for May, 2010
How have you been the past week? I’m officially through with my first week of classes, and am still surviving, thankfully! It’s been a tiring week, filled with heaps of rain encounters (running under extremely heavy rain), working hard on completing my assignments before-hand and well, spending time with the best friend! Also, I’ve been tapping deeper into the world of Illustrator for my design assignment. Let’s just say I’m trying to produce a really good piece of artwork when my knowledge of it is close to zero? Well, maybe 5 out of 50. ;) Haha. I’m pretty much clueless anyhow!
As promised, here’s the third part of the amazing photoshoot from the other day! I’m so sorry for taking so long to post it all up. :) But, here it is:
And that’s the end of the funtastic photoshoot I had during my short semester break. :) I hope all of you enjoyed it as much as I did! Now, it’s about time I did some spring cleaning in my room. Heigh-ho, heigh-ho!
Happy sunny Sunday, lovelies!
I love: The boy!
The two of us went out on a date (one of those special dedicated nights for the two of us by us.) during my first week of holidays, after a long while of stressing and living our busy lives since the new year. It was a really good day out nonetheless, just putting aside all the other things. The day consisted of heaps of catching up, laughing, sharing of thoughts and well, almost everything, really. That’s one of the things that I truly love about him – the fact that we can just be so open, and be ourselves with each other, sharing everything, and talking throughout non-stop. We had a fun time taking some Polaroids after dinner and it came out really well, too. At the end of the night, the boy surprised me with the most gorgeous bouquet of flowers ever! And plus points for him as well because they’re my favorite flowers. :) It felt amazing just to kick back and savor our relationship, together.
A little corny but ah well! ;)
And just yesterday afternoon, together with the boy and his dad, we caught the Thomas Cup finals at the Putra Stadium, here in Malaysia. It was a really exciting experience and to share it with the boy, it was all the more better. If there was one sport that I’m good at, it’ll definitely be badminton. I used to be able to run short distances (sprinting) but, I was better at badminton. Plus, it’s a really fun game. ;) What’s your favorite sport?
Oh, and I’ll be posting the final collection of photos from the photoshoot that I mentioned previously in maybe the next post? The internet has been dying on me, that’s why. Boo. So, do hang around, darlings! Have a lovely week ahead, while I get ready to leave for class real soon! :)
My right shoulder is still as red as can be. Aloe vera helped a little in soothing the other parts but this right shoulder is a little too burnt for a quick-heal. Let’s hope it gets better as time passes. I hope that all of you have been having a splendid week this time around. The weekend is finally here and I’m more than excited, really! It also seals the first week of my holidays but it’s been great thus far. Am trying to find the time to start on my other holiday projects and to continue sewing my skirt, hehe. Time has been flying too fast and I’m not very good at keeping up with it – too much catching up and all sorts. Will see what I can get done by this week. :) Fingers crossed, definitely.
Well, as promised – part deux of the photo shoot the other day up north. Have a feast, darlings!
This is a little update to last a few days, and I’ll be back with more updates (like part troix of the photo shoot). There’s just so many things and pictures to share! Time needs to be a little more friendly, I say!
Have a happy weekend, loves! :)
Together with my three other girlfriends from uni, we headed up north to have a fun and random photo shoot despite the scorching sun. We had planned for this trip a while back and it finally materialized. However, little did we know how hot it was actually going to be. The minute we stopped next to the field and got down the car, sweat already started dripping down our faces. It was crazily hot. I’m more than certain that if I had put an egg on the ground, it would’ve been cooked. Even so, that didn’t stop us from shifting all our props to under the tree – our only source of shade. After surveying the place a little, we started snapping away while the other two got their make-up done.
This is yours truly;
We only lasted for about 2 hours and then decided to call it a day because the sunlight was too harsh on the photos taken, which was quite a waste, plus the heat was rather unbearable as well. But in any case, we got quite a number of lovely shots, so it was all good. We sealed the day with a scrumptious meal of chicken rice at the town nearby which was located quite far away from the field we were at. It started to pour so we quickly rushed back into the car and soon, we were driving back home on the highway.
All in all, it was a fun-filled trip that had much adventure along the way. From the planning of the venue, to random conversations in the car, and finally, to burning in the field under the scorching sun, and driving back home – it was all so wonderful. Definitely a great start for the first week of holidays! Though I’m now busy applying some freshly cut aloe vera on my body to cool down all the burnt areas. Ahaks.
One of my favorite shots!
Well, more pictures to come up in the next post! Oh and to add, I’ve already started on my little Polaroid journal. ;) Do stay around till then, beautifuls.