I AM SO BACK! Yup. After three months of vacation slash career hunting slash soul searching, I have finally decided to give up (for the meantime) the SG life with siblings. Of course given the opportunity, I would have wanted to stay there. Singapore is such a nice place.
Anyway, I'm back to square one.
Thoughts kept running as I stepped on the plane going back. It felt like I have nowhere to go. I have so many plans in mind. Plans that weren't there before when I was working. It was just stupid of me not to think about these things when I still have the resources to make them happen. Life is just...abstruse! Lol
Next step? MOVE
ON FORWARD! Yep! That's how life is. You fall down, you get back up. You lose this time, you win the next round. I still believe that life is fair. How you face life makes the difference.
While I am already enjoying my comeback, I still miss Singapore sometimes and wish I'm still there. Aside from my siblings and my sisters-in-law, what I miss the most are the places there that I have already considered my sanctuaries.
Famous for its unique design, the Henderson Waves is definitely one of my favorite jogging places when I was in SG.
I usually spend at least three hours here just running and listening to my music. I would stop at the middle of the bridge and would look at the view, trying to clear my mind as the day ends. At the end of the bridge, a drink vending machine awaits me. I always make it a point to bring at least a dollar and 20 cents in my pocket for energy drink.
My favorite park among all the rest we've been to. Nothing special about it actually but the view is just spectacular specially the sunset. If you will go there in the afternoon, you would see a lot of amateur photographers trying to capture a good shot of it. As for me, I only had my phone when I took this. I usually go to the place just to run. Not that bad, right? :)
While I was in SG, I have also developed that love for beaches. I dunno, it just feels so serene when you're looking at the sea and hearing the waves reach the shore.
Another jogging area that is close to the sea, the Keppel Bay is where all the rich's boats are located. LOL
This is also where the infamous Reflections at Keppel Bay, an expensive residential establishment, is located. And just a small trivia, my brother was part of the team behind that structure.
There's this wooden path going to Labrador Park in this area where I regularly take. I don't know how exactly far it is from here to Labrador but it usually take me an hour to get there. I would stop for a while to take photos and to stretch my feet then run my way back home.
I guess the best outcome of that 3-month journey was my physique. LOL Obviously (as in really obvious!), I lost so much weight and got slimmer. I honestly didn't notice it until my mom prompted me. Yeah, before, I was running to be fit but later on, I was just running because I love to.
(Sigh) Hopefully I could still come back in SG soon. I hope when my mom goes back this November, I'd be able to join her. Oh well, that'll have to wait. This time, I should focus on what career to pursue. Hopefully better than the previous one so I can start with all my life plans already. And I am so excited about it. Weee! :)