Archive for October 2012

Clifton, Bristol.


It's ironic to realize I haven't really explored Bristol by paying a day trip despite having stayed here for 1.5 month. I spent this period discovering many much further places - Bibury, Bath, even to the extent of flying to Germany. However, this Saturday my girls and I decided to settle near, just so we would still have time to rest on Sunday. We wandered around Clifton with our free express bus card in the morning and proceeded to the famous Bristol landmark, The Suspension Bridge. I'd say all in all it's a very great trip! :) The only drawback was the unbearable weather. It's not at all difficult to acknowledge the weather change starting this week. It's almost close to zero at night! I had a constant feeling that I was going to be blown away by the intensely strong wind that contributed nothing but uncomfortable chill. This winter, I'll really just want to stay in, hibernate and get up only when spring knocks. 

Anyway, it's so happening here in the UK for Halloween celebration! On streets you will see many youngsters walking in gangs attending parties with different make-ups and costumes. It really is fun! 

Happy Sunday, folks! 

love, M



I will not be Taylor Swift's die hard fans, but I certainly enjoy her songs too much. In fact, she's my all-time favorite. There's this sense of originality, of playful, catchy, sweet and absolutely phenomenal melody lying in all her songs, and every time I play them, I can't help singing (at least humming) along with her. I didn't actually thought she's that good until one day I randomly downloaded all her songs in wish for some surprises. It turned out that I instantly got magnetized and I often feel amazed how a tiny fragile girl like her can have such great impact on the music industry. On a side note, my friend, June is also very influential in making me love Taylor's songs so much! :) Oh dear, do you still do?

RED was released Monday and I grabbed a copy. I wouldn't say it's bad, but it's not too surprising as what I had expected. Nevertheless, there're several songs I really like. Additionally, I really really love those photoshoots she had for this album. It's just so vintage, so her, so classic. 

True story, sis. 

Oh my earring! ;) 

I love the acoustic version of this because her voice is so pure. 

This is equally awesome too! Catchy, lively and interesting. 

My favorite song! This photo's also the best for me. I always prefer quiet and sad acoustics. 

You should go watch the music video for this song here. It's shot in Paris, and it's so romantic! But I think it'd be better with a clearer story line. Maybe some soft kiss scenes too! ;) The last line, On a Wednesday in a cafe, I watch it again again... just keeps replaying in  my head! 

The other songs are fine, but a little normal. But all in all, I love the album! :D

Some red accessories to go with the theme, hehehe! 

Cheers x

love, M

Autumn in the UK.


This post is certainly flooded with shades of yellow and orange. Need no guessing, autumn is (almost) here! These were taken in my school. Adore the beautiful leaves and trees! 


My flowers are blossoming! 

love, M