Marking ended early today. The 4 days turned out great after all. Caught up with a few friends and made new ones too. Our conversations always revolve around kids, work, food and travel. Anyway, the initial plan was to hit the beach for a swim, but my body decided that it was that time of … More Tiong Bahru Bakery
Holidays are so precious, to me at least. Time to catch up, rejuvenate and enjoy food. Cute marshmallow cloud with hot chocolate. They cost $7! Eeeeps.
Weekends in July were mostly spent on crafting lesson plans, making resources and marking. I tend to mark before I dive into lesson planning since it’s quite mindless. But the answers pupils regurgitate can sometimes crack you up or even stab you deep inside, forcing you to question your abilities. Like, “I thought we went … More July in Film #1.
We wanted to talk over good coffee so I picked Loysel’s Toy from my list since we had a great experience at Papa Palheta last year. I love numbers with 5 or 8. Their kitchen at the back.
I hesitated to take photos with my film camera this past 2 months because my 50mm lens is officially broken. I can still take photos, but I have to be extra cautious. Tuna Sandwich at Simply Bread.
I had a cafe date with my gorgeous cousin on Tuesday.
I know I often express my fondness of cafes, but we really love having dessert and tea while people watching or conversing. So we paid The Book Cafe a visit last weekend!