I really want to try Lomography. I’ve been planning to start taking pictures using a “toy camera” or a lomo camera for the longest time but I haven’t got the chance to start.
Well, Doms wasn’t very keen in allwoing me to try lomography. He told me “magsasawa” lang ako with lomography. But for me, I think it’s worth trying.
I will be buying this toy camera first as well as a 35mm film and try to play with it first and have it developed this weekend.
Designoops (9.90sgd each)
Then, when everything turns out well, I will buy one of these cameras and really get into Lomo already.
ToLNe (85 sgd)
This was a long overdue post. The reason: my brother took a while before uploading the pictures. Anyway, during our short Pinas vacation, we also met with our emcee, Virma Magbanua.
Virma was our chosen emcee because I like how she talks when I called her up. She was nice and easy to talk to and she has a bubbly personality. We discussed the flow of our wedding reception and I love her ideas and her suggestions.
I really excited on how Virma will host our reception. I’m very sure that she will be very good and our reception program will be a blast!
Now, I’d like you to meet our ever “makulit” and “masiyahin” AE from Oasis, Sharon.
Sharon was the one who took over my account when our previous AE left the company. I must say, she did a wonderful job in covering everything. She readily replies to my emails and she answers them in details. The other day, she emailed me and she was asking if everything is OK with the wedding preps. Now, that’s what I call “ma-alaga”!
I am really blessed that my suppliers are all cooperative. Thanks God for this blessing and I hope that everythig goes well on the day of the wedding itself.
I’ve been thinking and thinking of an additional souvenir for our wedding. I searched endlessly in different blogs of what we can add. I want something cute, personalized and has a double purpose, meaning souvenir + place card or escort card.
And I found this:
I love the idea of pinwheels as an added souvenir. It’s colorful and easy to create. I’m planning this to be our DIY for the wedding. Since I will be in Manila a week before the wedding, I can occupy myself with doing 200 pieces of pinwheels with my mom, sister and other friends.
I also found this wonderful idea to add with the pinwheels, RIBBON WANDS!!!
My guests can wave these ribbon wands as we go out the church. This will look amazing in photographs and it can be fun to DIY as well.
I am very excited to start doing my intended DIY projects. If only I can find a place to buy round and smooth dowels here in Singapore. Oh well, kung wala, BBQ sticka nalang!
Yesterday, I got off work at 6:15 pm. That’s the usual time that I go out, wait for my friends in the office lobby, walk going to the bus stop and wait for bus 183 going to Clementi. All of these activites happens for a span of 25 minutes. So, by 6:45 pm I should be waiting for the train going to Jurong East already.
This didn’t happen yesterday.
We were waiting for bus 183 for more than 30 minutes! When the bus came, the bus was full and crowded because people accumulated in the previous bus stop already. The travel time from Science Park II to Clementi MRT took 47 minutes because of heavy traffic jam in the NUS area.
I totally hate my afternoon yesterday!
When I went down in Jurong East MRT to transfer trains going to Admiralty, were we live, the security train door where I was didn’t open and I have to walk to the next train door just to get in the jam packed train.
What a nightmare!
I was shaking because of hunger already when I arrived home. Good thing Doms cooked and prepared dinner already.
To avoid this thingofajig to happen again this afternoon, I will be leaving for home at exactly 6:12 pm instead of 6:15.
The first ever Youth Olympic Games was truly a memorable Olympic games for me and Doms. Last Saturday, we waited for almost an hour in queue just to get tickets to the boxing games in Suntec City Conventions Centre. Since nothing was left to do but wait in line, we instantly became friends with the people in front of us and the people at our back. When the event organizer said that it was time to open the counter for more people for the boxing game, we became more thrilled!
What made us more excited were our tickets. We got a free Visa Debit Card just by watching the game. The card was loaded with free MRT Train and Bus rides for the whole day. Weee!!!
Inside the convention centre housed stores and activity corners as well as memorabilia sections where kids and guests can go to know more about the Olympics. Doms and I went inside one of the halls where the boxing match was held and the boxing ring approched us with great bright lights.
My first instinc was to take pictures of the hall. Doms suggested we take our seats first and have the picture taking after the games.
We watched around 7 matches with players coming from different countries. A lot of people were cheering their players but there were also a lot of people like us, just watching and experiencing the games. So just as promised, Doms and I had photo-ops with the stores outside the hall.I immediately posed in this life-sized YOG lettering.
Checkout our picture with Merly and Lyo. Thanks to Nicole for taking our picture. After the games, we met Nicole and Teddyy for movies and dinner.