i’m feeling like a busy bee these few weeks... all for my etsy shop of course :-)
There are so much researching and preparation work for every idea, i ended up spending a lot more time running around town (and on the internet) than on producing the work itself. But... i’m also enjoying every minute of it. Come visit!
Instant noodle with egg and a piece of leftover otah from lunch, coffee
Looking through my previous posts, i realised that i have to control having instant noodle for breaks... the intake frequency is too short. Scary! i guess the only consolation is i don’t usually finish a pack by myself, and for this i take it that only half of the unhealthiness is being consumed :-)
coffee (one of the rare days that i don’t feel hungry at all!)
Coffee and this photo of padi field reminds me of how much i missed my regular coffee during my 10 days stay in China. It was a rather last minute decision to go on the trip and i didn’t have time to stock up enough coffee to bring along. Little that i know that it was almost impossible to buy coffee, let alone the kind that i’m used to drink in a small village. The common beverage in the village was chinese tea. We were served tea at every house we visited, or even when we were just passing by. The village people were very friendly and they love to chat, inviting to tea was their usual way of welcoming guests.
i feel very lucky and honored indeed to have it being featured under the front page of Blurb’s Staff Picks for the past few weeks and it was also elected as Book of the Week following its publishing. Exhilarating for me, it is!