May Day

May is always a blessed month for me. There are so many things to celebrate this month. This year is  extra special as I got to celebrate both my birthday and Mother’s Day… Continue reading

Day 9:… the last one left!

No, this is not about the famous mystery novel, this is about the conversation that I had with my son last night. It started when I was reviewing English with him. m: Mummy,… Continue reading

Day 8: Thank God it’s FRIDAY!!

almost 12 hours of outdoor activities, my legs are still wobbly, my head hurts… I’m not trying to pull a fast one, but the below pictures should pretty much sum up the highlights… Continue reading

Day 7 Part 1: Perahu Kertas

I got this in the mail last week! a dear friend has kindly bought and sent it to me… **thanks a mill, mbak Renny** 2 days later, I finished reading the whole 400+… Continue reading

Day 6: Wisdom words

you never know whom you can learn your life’s little lessons from… In my case,  is this little boy.  He taught me to appreciate myself…. (“mummy you’re the prettiest” – on the day I had a… Continue reading

Day 5: Woot woot!!

Tomas has finally given his blessing. I’m going solo!! I’m starting to feel giddy already….

Day 4 Part 1: The god that is Hyde

and his band L’arc en Ciel is going to grace the stage of Singapore Indoor Stadium on April 28, as part of their World Tour 2012. This would be their first performance ever… Continue reading

Day 3: The Jackson’s Fever

Little M has had Michael Jackson’s fever for quite sometime already. According to him, all the cool boys in his school are. So, thanks to Damien Chong and Aloysius Chung a.k.a 2 members of… Continue reading

Day 2: Time in a bottle

I was browsing through old family photo albums and I found these. Introducing…. my handsome papa                              my pretty mama… Continue reading

Day 1: Intro

WHAT? daytripper365 is a compilation of random notes, snapshots and doodles of things (big & small), that I love 🙂 and hate :(. & WHY? in an attempt to make my mundane life… Continue reading