Two sisters. One must be brave. The other should be afraid. Be very, very afraid. After all, it is World War II and in wars, nothing good ever comes out of it. Unless we're talking about the benefits that the enemies are getting at the expense of the victims. Synopsis: "FRANCE, 1939: In the quiet … Continue reading Book Review: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah.
I was never a coffee drinker until I tasted the magic of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. When I was young, my dad used to take the family out for supper and it almost always was to Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf at a neighbourhood mall. Back then, life was much simpler and we needn't … Continue reading But First, Coffee.
Can we say that Arsenal are back to their winning ways after clocking another victory after their mid week win against Spurs in the Capital One Cup? Can we base on just two victories and both in different competitions that Arsenal are back to their usual playing selves? Because the 5-2 victory over Leicester City … Continue reading EPL 2015: Leicester City vs Arsenal.
Over the weekend, my husband and I made our way up to a place called Genting Highlands with a free room registered by my mum after collecting enough Genting Rewards points through her endless trips up to their casinos. We left on Friday afternoon, checked in at 3:00pm and spent the rest of the day … Continue reading Of Art and Coffee in Genting Highlands.
Having a pet is the most wonderful thing in your life, because now you have something to share your happiness with (not so much your food since pets don't normally eat human food) and technically, your life with too. But the problem starts when you want to go on a holiday. For those staying with … Continue reading A Visit to the Vet.
Is this a good time to say 'case closed'? Will this be the end of the face-off or is it just the beginning? Here's what transpired over the past three days and the result is as such. What I think of the whole fiasco is at the end of my post. UK Football Association: "Chelsea's … Continue reading Football Update: Three-Match Bans.
Look, even in the licensed photo that I dug out from Google Images shows the same referee Mike Dean booking Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky for a foul during a match against Chelsea in December 2013. It is not a coincidence that Dean is somewhat biased towards the Gunners and probably has a thing for Chelsea. I … Continue reading A Domino Effect.
I never wanted it to end but it did. It eventually did. I enjoyed the book so much that I constantly read it week in, week out. I easily covered several chapters a night. Before I knew it, I broke past the middle of the book. Then I realised that I was done with it … Continue reading Book Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell.
It was a fiery affair for Arsenal during the match against Chelsea, and at this moment, it depends on how you see it and which side you're on. I may be a true Arsenal fan, but I have my opinions on how things should have turned out. And definitely for the better. Everything about the … Continue reading EPL 2015: Chelsea vs. Arsenal.
The process often begins like this: You see a place you like and you start saving up for it. You go on window shopping sprees and make little notes on what you might get, what you could get, and what you should definitely get. You dream of when you finally move in, and decorate it … Continue reading A Housewarming Mission.
Thank God it's Friday, people! Aren't you glad it's finally the weekend again? Unless you're a workaholic and are married to your career... Well, there are those types too, and even then, they still find weekends the best time to get some networking done and connect over a round of golf or two. The best … Continue reading Of Jazz and Feel-Good Fridays.
Back in my heydays, I knew what books I wanted to read. Science fiction and fantasy, but mostly fantasy. Magic and sorcery, elves, invincible and swashbuckling heroes, horses and archers penetrating the dark throne rooms of Middle Earth. Yeah, all that jazz. I knew what I wanted to read so I knew which books to … Continue reading Book Review: All The Bright Places.