Live through this
And you won’t
Welcome to my first postcard playlist: aka songs inspired by random scenarios I see around. Don’t you just wish you can conveniently send a playlist along with a postcard just so it matches the mood? Kind of like a singing birthday card, I imagine, but those types you can fit maybe about 8 or 10 songs in. And pluggable to earphones.
That would be grand, wouldn’t it?
Adventure Island, Southend-on-Sea, Essex
White Cliffs, Dover
Castle Hill, Dover, Kent
Hadleigh Castle, Benfleet
Tower Bridge, London
The Roman Baths, Stall St., Bath
Perran Sands, Cornwall
St. Ives, Cornwall
Tintagel Castle, Cornwall
If you follow me on twitter you’d notice that these photos were originally posted there. I’m feeling lazy to come up with new photos, heh. That, and the fact that I only have my phone at the moment, so my usual backup-choose-edit-upload-post habit on my laptop isn’t as easy to do with about 1000 pictures running.
I’m still here, and am really not very excited to come back to my reality at the moment, but I’m sure it will pass.
I went through a really weird mental roller coaster ride the past months, and contrary to how some people normally manage extreme emotions, I have remained quiet and decided to pause and simply re-organize my thoughts. That meant being a little less outspoken as well on all my social avenues and limiting my activities to what I want to keep me human.
Intrinsic compositions–sports, reading, entertainment, work, relationships and dog. heheh
I’m okay now. I’m so much better now. I’m back. Took me a bit of time, but I think I’m back.
I have a secret: there are two reasons that excite me when I go to dragon boat trainings on the weekends. One is, well, dragon boat trainings+being with everyone, and two, is this view:
There is something so oddly satisfying about catching up on your breath and gazing at these structures while sitting on a boat in the middle of the river. Everybody sees them from the roads, but not everyone gets to see them while sitting on a boat. Imagine that feeling of extreme vulnerability coming from being so spent exerting all your effort from training, and then you look up and you have these beautiful views inspiring you.