I am seriously running out of things to blog, but today at an event i met this reader, Syikin, who came all the way from Mersing just to meet me in person.
She told me that, even though she knows that i don’t have any new updates on my blog, she will still refresh my blog several times to see if she miss out any pictures in her previous visit.
Lately i have become very complacent with my life and generally believe that there’s nothing i should worry about and any problem will just sort itself out in the end. Complacency in a bad way that is sort of like leaving soiled dishes in the sink and think, ah, they are just gonna bathe each others while i play Candy Crush.
Also nothing particularly spectacular is happening in my life right now so i assume my work is pretty much like a fire fighter’s. When there’s no fire i just clean some stuff, do some chores, eat some pizzas, rescue some kittehs, and focus on being glad that there’s no actual fire happening and i am still being a good, responsible fire fighter! Respect all careers!
So y’all are gonna hear from me when there’s a fire. Good bye.
Except that i have decided that today the blog is not going to update itself so i just set fire on your kitchen on purpose. You are welcome.
Anyway i went through my entire iPhone archive to see what kind of pictures i haven’t posted, and found some pictures of a photoshoot i did for a boutique called Mirror, in Tokyo.
The final selected pictures are in this blog post, but here are some behind the scene shots!
Two beautiful sisters/owners of the boutique. Sometimes i really wonder, is this ratio of beauty normal in Japan?!
With the crew
Aya the hair-make artist
Hair style How to!
On the roof top
I call this hair style the Tan Sri Limkokwing Hair.
(After all it wasn’t a fire it was just a spark. False alarm.)
(I shall call an arsonist.)
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