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Practically Two Months Later..

I wholeheartedly apologize for not blogging, well, it’s not like many people read my rambling anyway. I’m not going to make excuses, but I can say that I have been EXTREMELY busy. 146 more words


Day One Hundred and Eighty Five - Just Happy for Any Reason

I went and assisted on a photoshoot today, then pretty much relaxed the rest of the day away. I finally listened to Young Guns new album Ones and Zeros, which I have tried to listen to before and struggled, but somehow on shuffle it became easier. 76 more words

365 Challenge

fullmoon meltdown (26/52)

Everything begins with an idea. Everything.

See the little tiny bits of neon pink in there? That’s the idea that set this page running. I saw this colour in the art shop forever-ago. 259 more words

Mixed Media

her prematuredly scribbled wall of a wise artistry

like an impossibility

the mysteriously familiar
‘angerest ghost’
like my own colorful shadowface
of an ‘inquisitive ‘ nomadic soul

and the symbolic demon… 96 more words


Short Fiction in Esquire Malaysia: The Mamak Detectives

I wanted to try writing an Armchair Detective tale and I was influenced by Baroness Orczy’s Old Man in the Corner. I thought it was fun just to have wannabe sleuths figuring out a crime from one of Malaysian’s most patronized places: the mamak stall, where all kinds of topics are discussed, debated, and proven.


Road trust

I’ve recently passed my driving test in the hardest test centre in Great Britain and started driving a company car for my work travels. My disappointing driving skills reminded me of my observations about… 437 more words