I set up my laptop, sat on the floor and find myself instead watching videos, looking for upcoming concerts to watch, talking to my room mate and all of a sudden asked myself – “Why did I turned on the laptop again?“. Richie called and then I realized I have to make some post tonight.
I’m trying to catch up with some posts here on my blog. I’ve been in hiatus for quite sometime now, even having the feel of my camera seems like ages that I last touched it. Anyway, so much for that. ^_^.
These photos of Haelina, was a pre-birthday sesssion taken at Singapore Botanical Gardens (favorite place of yours truly).
This is a way too late upload. A lot of things came unexpectedly, including me getting lazy to go out and shoot. I just kept on looking at some of my old pictures and wonder when I will be able to go out.
On the positive side, yey! I’m back! 😀
This was a very short but fun session knowing this pretty, pixie, little niece of mine who sometimes doesn’t want to be carried by us other than her mama and her Ate Sally. I remember I only get the chance to carry her when I had a food. LOL! Anyway, this little darling will understand soon why we want to carry her because she is just so irresistibly cute.
A themed photo shoot for my niece Ashlee’s 1st birthday.
Finally able to post this pre-nup session of my cousin Ann and her husband. These sets of photos have been waiting for me to post it here.
I can’t decide whether to make a post for the last day of 2014 or just leave it but when I begin to think back all the good or bad things that happened to me I decided maybe it is just right to take a tribute to the year that has been good to me.
Our final province destination – Oslob.
As stated we head on straight to Oslob for reasons of going to its park and whale shark watching (even though I can’t really dive and take pictures with them, I left it to husband but unfortunately he’s not into it…hahaha).
The purpose of life is to live it, to taste it, to experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience. – Eleanor Roosevelt”