Have a read through this - http://www.viralnova.com/regret-when-older/
Bereft Where had I heard this wind before Change like this to a deeper roar? What would it take my standing there for, Holding open a ...
Hello hello from the cutest cupcake store ever! Not only is it cute but totally functional thanks to free WiFi. I just had homemade b...
Before the ASN Conference for architecture students I walked around Regent Street and wondered around Carnaby Street. Didn't realize th...
Sunday, 20 April 2014
Saturday, 19 April 2014
I am not going to try to make myself look like the angel by saying I did not laugh and kept my composure the whole time. If anything I was told by my mom to keep it under control when I was laughing, or more like crackling like a witch. Before you ask, no, I did not listen to her.
But, the Book of Mormon, was actually a lot more worthy of tears than laughter. The story line, in the simplest form, was about missionaries who were sent out to destinations to convert people to this new religion laid out by the Book of Mormon.
Friday, 18 April 2014
London called and I came to say hello. Would have been rude not to.
First stop? Pinkberry - standard. The second and perhaps the best? Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It was like yesterday.... in Canterbury late july/ early august getting my apartment sorted when all of a sudden the Olympics were the big thing. Had to be a part of this experience. Because who wants to miss out on history in the making? So I did.
Almost two years later now and the buildings are still there with all their glory. The stadium, the copper box.... the velodrome... the orbit, my love to hate aquatic center. All have gone through slight tweaks and maintenance, but they are there.
What has changed though are people. I have changed. Relationships changed, friendships... what I thought was significant back then is so meaningless now. And vice versa.Two years can change a person's perspective on everything and anything so much. It is part of growing up and learning life.
Looking back at 'then' and evaluating 'now' I shall leave you with the photos of London2012 and 2014.