• FOOD,  OUTFITS,  TRAVELOGUE

    Unglued Craft Fest & Jeff & Dominique’s Revisited

    We went to the sixth annual Unglued Craft Fest earlier this year with Jeff & Dominique. Held at the Plains Art Museum, this festival was filled with performances, cool crafted items, interactive exhibitions, as well as a peek into the art galleries of the museum. Let’s get Unglued! Me, Jeff, Dominique, & Ottie. Dominique’s holding a newly-purchased catnip toy! 1) I loved the small dinosaur planters from the booth facing the performers! Had to resist the urge to buy them because they would be confiscated at customs. 2) Ottie back when I used Snapchat because Instagram Stories hadn’t come out yet. 3) This was where Dominique bought the vegetable-themed catnip toys! Cute workshop…

  • OUTFITS,  TRAVELOGUE

    Patriot

    To tell the truth, I’m a little envious about the intensity of patriotism certain people possess. It’s a trait not often seen in Singapore, although perhaps it may have something to do with a certain panopticon effect inevitable when everyone is separated by no more than six degrees in this little red dot… I don’t know if I can say that I’m proud to be Singaporean, when being a citizen of this country was achieved merely through a series of coincidences which enabled me to be born to parents birthed to the children of immigrants who happened to make the trip down from China so many years ago. I can,…

  • OUTFITS

    Throwback to Winter

    I’ve been putting off my travel photos for way too long now, and am going to attempt interspersing them with more recent ones just so that these photos find relief from languishing in the deep recesses of my archives. This was probably my first outfit photo back in the Ottie’s hometown in February this year. I think I was very excited to see the snow, because we’d visited during the ebb of winter and had been warned multiple times that I may not be able to have my winter wedding. I liked the notion because it alliterates. Stole myself a boyfriend sweater for winter. It was lovely to stand in between…