Winter is coming!

August 29, 2014

I did it! I gave back to society - small and tiny efforts but still something nonetheless. It was physically exhausting but what I contributed is nothing compared to the hundreds of people out there doing way more extreme things to raise funds such as pushing a brussel sprout uphill with his nose (Stuart Kettle Just Giving).

The experience of meeting new people is so fun! Cheering and laughing and motivating all the participants! The vibe and determination is contagious! It's an indescribable feeling.

London Triathlon 2014 CR UK Cheer team

Maybe karma was staring down upon me while I worked my ass off trying to give back to the world.


Or somehow, this summer the universe has been on my side. :)

A rare sunny day in Hyde Park, London

I had 4 amazing days which wrapped up summer for me as the rain and bitter cold has creeped up upon us in England (I had to add a little fancy english there). Yes, it is ONLY August but the weather has been unforgivably grey!

I'm a strong believer in karma and fate. I don't think I am superstitious but the rules I live by are simple;

1) Whatever you do comes back to you - You get what you deserve. 
2) If it's meant to be, it will happen you can't avoid it. If it's not meant to be, you can't chase it.

Those two rules are not excuses to be lazy to just sit back and let life "happen". No, I think both the rules work together to complement each other. If you work for what you want, you'll be rewarded and if it's meant to last, it will. The second rule teaches appreciation, persistence, timing and to learn to let go graciously.

Sunset from the 69th floor of the Shard

I have a big heart that loves to love. (Yes, my brain thinks it's a little stupid and disagrees with my heart often) I love people, i love animals, i love knowledge, i love things, i love good emotions, bad emotions, sleep, pizza, food, food and more food and more sleep.

I met someone this summer. A rather strange event in my life which I would never in a million years have imagined would ever happen to me. It's... wonderful. To try to put the occurrence in words would be underwhelming and oversimplified.

I am impressed to meet someone so alike in character despite being brought up in a different culture and speaking different native tongues. How???

I wish we could have more time together. I haven't laughed so much with anyone else in the longest time, like I did when you were here. ;) But like I said above, I'm a strong believer of fate and of karma. Good things come to those who do good, and if time allows hopefully we'll get to spend time together again. Otherwise, I've got these special memories to cherish for life!



Pizza aux champignon au fromage et au cochon.
S'il vous plait.
C'est delicieux!
Bien? ;)




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