Friday, February 10, 2012

Blessings, Hello Mckenzie Hael

It's weekend here (Friday & Sat).  Started the day by watching some podcasts at ITunes U photography catalogue.  Watched Nat Geo Live photography and was inspired.  Checked my twitter account and sent messages to my longtime friends.  Brainstormed with them on creating a blog showcasing various inspiring topics or experiences.  Through this, caught up with my friend Rye.  Now, we're waiting for the ladies to come up with a catchy relaxing name for the blog.

Blessings come in different forms.  It may be like you getting promoted or you passing an exam, be it like an academic one or a driving exam.  Being healthy is considered a blessing.  But for our couple friends Myk & Myrtle, having a baby is one of the best miracles of life.  Just recently, Myrtle gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Mckenzie Hael.  Happy for both of them.  Such wonder of being human is very much celebrated.  Congratulations to you guys.  Thank you God.  Welcome to our world Mckenzie, can't wait to see you soon.

As Rye and I exchanged ideas and some short stories about what happened for the past few months.  We decided to push through with the blog writing/posting idea.  I thank God for being blessed with lots of friends.   Though sometimes we tend to get busy with our own lives, we just really need some time to catchup with each other. in order to fill that space between us  Have a coffee or tea.  Chat.  Just like the old days.  Now, with this new idea, I hope we can keep each other updated/inspired or simply informed of whatever is happening around us.

Then, by lunchtime, Monet and I went to DFC for a fun trip.  Just wanted to test the portability of my new ThinkTank Airstream bag.  We decided to take bus 53 to see how comfortable it would be if I'm going to travel with this bag.  And everything went well.  Then we had lunch at an Italian restaurant, Carinos (used my RakBank bling card again for a free main course, thanks :)).  Here are some snaps I took.  Cheers!

1 comment:

  1. Very nice photos, dude. If you're looking for an interesting subject for stills, might I suggest researching "ferrofluids" It's a relatively new and interesting liquid material that responds to magnetic fields in a unique manner. The pictures of it and the videos on you tube are really interesting and would make an intriguing study on lights and shapes.