Month: January 2016

Sensational Butterflies (Visuals) | London Exhibition 2014

I happen to take a lot of photos but for some reason, only share about 10% of them! I was going through my digital camera the other day and found these photographs that I took over a year ago but had never looked back upon since. I went with a good friend and her classmate (at the time) to the Sensational Butterflies Exhibition in London, located in a tent right next to the Natural History Museum at South Kensington. It was fascinating seeing as I actually despise moths (I have a fear of them) but these butterflies were vibrant and had a life of their own 🙂 (I also sensed friendliness that I feel is never possible with a moth…haha!) Anyone else take photos and close the book until a few years later? Enjoy!

I have a conscience.

My mind had not really sparked a light for wanting to write anything in particular these past few months as I was so busy prepping for an array of things. Things that do not concern writing, after all writing is my side hobby, my side job and somehow, something that I have become accustomed to quite quickly. Although, I will say there is pressure to release written material when I am no way a writing professional and needless to say, it is not everyday that I have stories to tell, feelings to spill. But should I feel bad about that? Well, no of course not. Except here’s the deal: everyone has expectations. You have expectations for yourself, as do your parents, siblings, friends and lover. You will also have unconscious expectations of all the things around you: the food you eat, the music you listen to, the places you go. It happens. If the feelings meet or even go as far as to surpass the expectations, you’ll feel fulfilled, joyous, exhilarated. However, if the expectations are …