Downtime


Saturday Downtime

Nursing a migraine on a Saturday is not the greatest activity for the weekend. But what can I do if the throbbing pain would not even allow me to stand for just a few minutes? And it's raining like crazy outside!!! Luckily Mcdonald's is just few minutes away and I was able to walk before the pain got unbearable. So it was me and the tv the whole day. Watching Man VS Food was not a great idea either-- it just made me wanna go out and get a steak or a slab of baby back ribs plus mashed potatoes. So what better thing to do on a lazy rainy Saturday afternoon than snuggle under the covers? After massaging my forehead with some minty Chinese ointment, I dozed off and woke up just in time for dinner. Thank God for weekends. That was indeed a long nap, migraine's gone.

And while browsing the web, I came across this- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/20/introverts-signs-am-i-introverted_n_3721431.html -glad to know I'm not alone in my own little world.

And oh, tomorrow's the first of September! Pretty sure there'd be one person on FB who will quote that famous song for his stat tomorrow. Word. Happy September y'all!

Normalcy


My first event, Singapore training program

I cant think of anything to blog at the moment, but while walking around Xinyi yesterday, I just came to a realization that there really were a whole lot of things that I missed out on when I was working irregular hours. I have just come back from a short business trip to Singapore, but lately my weekends have been lovely days dedicated to sleeping, equally dividing alone time and spending some with friends. Not that I was not able to have that kind of life over the last 2 years, but it was really rare to have a regular weekend, more so a normal life. Although I hate that I usually have more time to ponder on all other things, I try my best not to think. I'm hoping for more weekends like these.  Thank You, God, for making sure things are well. And it's my lola's death anniversary, happy 4th year in heaven, lola :) Sana you're proud of all the little things I do.