Le Suicide Edouard Manet, 1887. A little more than a year ago, to be more specific, last October - I thought I was headed towards a "right" direction. I was somewhat more proactive in my social life by meeting new people who were closer in physical proximity to me and being more engaged in a … Continue reading Past & Present / Gratitude & Lessons Learned.
I'm fortunate enough to be able to visit once per year, and even though Vegas gets overwhelming at times and always too static and dry (it is the desert, after all), it still has a special place in my heart. I was recommended to Hattie B's Chicken when I met up with my friends the day … Continue reading Food & Travel: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. (Part II – Casual Eats)
Wheatfields with Crows Vincent van Gogh, 1890. It's been a while. I know, I know. I'm regressing back to the state where I'm about to put "writing" inside a drawer that I'll open once in a blue moon. I'm trying not to do that, because I genuinely enjoy the time that I spend typing away … Continue reading Food & Travel: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. (Part I – Fine Dining)
Café Terrace at Night Vincent van Gogh, 1888. It feels quite foreign to write something after being silent for so long. It's not that I didn't have thoughts about writing throughout my absence, I did. I believed that I was incapable of writing something adequate enough - not for anyone else, but for me. Life has … Continue reading Temporary Escape.
Wheatfield Under Thunderclouds Vincent van Gogh, 1890. I've always been a fan of focus, as it symbolizes personal commitment, resolve, perseverance. It doesn't matter who or what the attention is on, it just exists. The only difference is the "why" as it varies - perhaps out of passion, out of morals, even out of peer … Continue reading Past & Present: Beautiful Distractions.