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I’ve been doing a lot of Duolingo French lately, just for fun and for practice. I honestly miss taking classes and learning new things.

Anyway, I just wanted to share with you some photos from the past week (mainly weekend). Enjoy!

The sunrise early last week
The sunrise early last week

Having a balcony has been a great improvement in my lifestyle. Leisurely morning cups of coffee and phone conversations with my mum put me in a clam, centered place to begin the day.

Things like relaxing morning and the unexpectedness of the two photos below help me remember to keep sight of the little things in life:

The sandwiches may be fresh and hot . . . someone will have to let me know because I'm not brave enough to find out!
The sandwiches may be fresh and hot . . . someone will have to let me know because I’m not brave enough to find out!
Nothing like planning ahead - good work, Singapore. Worse comes to worse, you finish early and surprise everyone!
Nothing like planning ahead – good work, Singapore. Worse comes to worse, you finish early and surprise everyone!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Along with having a lovely visit with Mitch’s mum in Singapore, I spent some time exploring the Tanjong Pagar neighborhood, which is probably my favorite. It’s full of small businesses, coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, Korean bars, boutiques selling wedding attire, an amazing bookstore, and numerous asset managers.

Merci pour votre temps!

“Oh what a beautiful morning . . .”

Things that made me smile this morning P1020775

The musical Oklahoma! was remarkable not because of the depth of its story, but because of the joy openly displayed and the excitement it garnered from the audience. Musical theatre took off at this point, thanks to the talents and dedication of Messers Rodgers and Hammerstein. Oklahoma! is, perhaps, too cheery and too bright to truly reflect daily life, but Curly McLain’s opening song, “Oh What a Beautiful Mornin’,” certainly captured the beauty of today’s sunrise.