Weekly Photo Challenge: Smile

For this week’s challenge, point your camera at something or someone that puts a smile on our face (or just show a smiling face).

Well, it is quite tricky for me because there are lots of thing make me smile. Picture of my family, my sisters, my nephews, my friends usually make me happy (and also miss that moment, hehe) and eventually put a smile in my face. Beautiful nature and books also play the trick πŸ˜‰ Since I could put dozens of picture, I will just limit my post to some pictures which represent people or things that make me smile (though I still have so much more to post, lol).


Weekly Photo Challenge: Rise/Set

Another late post of Weekly Photo Challenge (oops!), this time with the theme of “Rise/Set”. I know I should revisit my time management especially if I want to be more consistent in managing my blog, so I will work on it πŸ’ͺ🏻

Anyway, for this photo challenge, the direction is to “explore the vibrant, hopeful colors of your favorite sunrise or sunset.”

I must say the sunset in Oia, Santorini, Greece, is still my most favorite sunset experience. There is something romantic about seeing sunset in the middle of the sea, surrounded by beautiful houses and blue sky. I hope I can come back there one day with Rendy (my hubby). Second sunset/sunrise I love is the one in Lausanne, Switzerland. I think I just have special place in my heart for this city, considering I lived there for a year. I plan to go there again with my parents in the next two years after I have a baby (hopefully sometime next year, Amen!) ☺️


Weekly Photo Challenge: I’d Rather Be…

If given the choice, what would you rather be doing, right now?

I started to read comics and novels since I was in senior high school. Growing up, I’ve been expanding my reading, though I have specific book genre that I really like. I have a bad habit of leaving some books unfinished because I am easily get bored especially if I am reading a long and quite a boring book (uhm, no offense to the writers).

So it’s quite easy to answer the Weekly Photo Challenge of “I’d Rather Be…” because the answer is pretty obvious: I’d rather be reading now. Oh, in addition, I’d (also) rather be writing a short story. Writing is something that I tried in the past out of curiosity but now I’m thinking to put more attention to it since it makes me happy. In fact I just sent my story to a writing competition few weeks ago. Let’s see if I have a bit talent of it πŸ˜›


Weekly Photo Challenge: “Scale”

Hey ho! It’s me again πŸ™‚

Another post for weekly photo challenge, this time for the theme of “Scale”! I decided to use picture of Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy, which was taken from a hill next to the port. From above, we can see colorful buildings and boats which look small and cute (it might not be the right word, but anyway). It’s amazing how some things could be perceived differently, depending from which angle you are looking at it. Hope you like this picture as much as I do!


Weekly Photo Challenge: “Temporary”

Sometimes I want to cry looking at my blog which I imagined to be updated regularly, but in the end becoming semi-hiatus because of my laziness (I tempted to defend myself that I was totally busy with work in the beginning). Since I am still thinking what to write in my next post, I will start with my favorite entry: weekly photo challenge! πŸ˜›

Referring to the theme of Temporary, I immediately remember on beautiful Sakura which I (luckily) witnessed during my trip to Japan. Only bloomed in spring, it is one of those natural events that (I think) everyone should consider if she/he gets the chance.