What are the three most memorable moments — good or bad, happy or sad — in your life? Go!
This is a very tricky question, as there are of course many stored in the subconscious of my head, as photographs in my hard drive and shared with others. I can’t pin point to which one were the most memorable (yet?) so for now I’ll grow with:
- That moment when I finally learned to love and embrace myself, and tell myself I’ll do fine, even if I’m stuck in a shit storm.
- When quarter life crisis stuck me hard and I realized uncertainty is all I’ve got to move on ahead.
- This is my 701st blog post on this blog. Yay?
When I think of the word treasure, what comes to my mind is moments. What more else is cherished than by those great moments of life? Be it with loved ones, an achievement or just simple observations or events which brings a smile to your face. As the saying goes (author still unknown) Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
This was taken during my morning runs at SGNP, an old man making this little kid walk and wave back at anyone who looks at them, which the kid quite enthusiastically was obeying. Grandparents (here presumably) do like to start them off early aye? 🙂
My days are usually nothing spectacular especially off lately. For this challenge I’ll share some pictures I took since some time and finally one which I snapped which was long overdue.
College building aka jail
My precious with home PC next to it.
My home building
My other precious ie bed.
Road outside my colony and near my collge.
College, when not at home sleeping or doing something useful
Reminds me at times (or all the time) how broke I’m
Just some plants
My mobile phone
Outside my building
And since this is a new pic which was overdue as I said, the happening place near my home. A local cafe establishment called Fizzy which I witnessed growing while it grew itself. I’ll have to add it to the few posts where I
always procrastinated didn’t get the time/opportunity to capture it. This place had become a part of my life and for so many others/ After all, going there since the day it came up all those years ago.