My sister’s wedding lunch is a 12-table affair at the Fullerton Hotel. Great opportunity for the wedding couple to spend more time with the guests, which was the exact intention.
Here are some of my favourite moments:
More images can be found in my Flickr album here.
I’m off to a 7-day vacation in Hokkaido. I am glad to have this break because so many many things have happened in my day-to-day life that I have no time to pause and enjoy life. Office work, photo projects, music stuffs, Mayenne. Actually, I doubt I will have a relaxing time there too since it’s a guided tour and so the itinerary should be rather packed.
Sometimes, all I need is time to do nothing – and yet not feel guilty. What do I mean by that? Well, for instance, while I am holidaying now, my office workers have to cover my duties, my photo clients have to wait a little more to get the photos, and Mayenne will not see Daddy (and Mummy) for a while.
And while I appreciate having breaks, it does not mean that tasks will go away. When I return to Singapore one week later, I’ll have to catch up on office tasks, on editing photos. Not to mention a little poorer from the holiday spending.
But really, at least it’s a break away from the routine, to experience new cultures, to appreciate new scenery, and most importantly, have a break. All the daily tasks can wait. After all, I might have to do them for the rest of my life.