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The small things in life in a few paragraphs and snapshots

Things To Do Before You Die

on April 20, 2013

Hello, hello 🙂

How is everyone doing? All is well, I hope 🙂 I have missed writing this weekly note as I was caught up in prep activities for something that I have been thinking about for the last six months or so. What that is, I will tell if/when it happens. It is one of the outstanding things to do on my “Things To Do Before I Die” list that I wrote more than a decade ago, which includes solo travel to Europe (checked), watch Liverpool FC play at Anfield (checked), watch U2 concert (unchecked), set foot in Africa for a safari trip (unchecked), publish a book (unchecked), marry a decent guy so I can have a cute chubby little Hazel Grace (yes, that is what I will name my daughter if I get to have one) (unchecked), pilgrimage to Jerusalem (unchecked) and a few more things.

So, before we get to the photo of the week, why don’t you think of the things you want to do before you die. Then write me back and share your dreams with me. I read somewhere that if you want to make something happen, share the goal with other people so that they can remind you to keep up the spirit in pursuing it. I think, at least, we need to give it a shot so that we don’t have regrets or keep wondering the what-ifs.

Now, the snapshot. Did I mention that I was to attend a wedding of one of my closest friends last week in Bali? Well, I did and I was a makeshift wedding photographer for that big day. I am not sure if the bride and groom are happy with the result, but thank GOD for Snapseed! Anyway, I have a few snapshots which I think are safe to be shared here and will not breach the privacy contract 😀

Here they are. Have a super weekend!

#1: The aisle.

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#2: My dinner spot.

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#3: Bali beach when I left the next morning.

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