Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Victorians: From Diwali to Chap Goh Mei

This is the 950th post, and easily the last major ‘checkpoint’ before the next milestone of 1000. As I think about it, I realise that the whole thing about journalling, about blogging, is centred around two areas: the experiences that make up your life, and the people who bring about—and give meaning to—those experiences.

These are some of those people who've stuck around over the years:

30 October 2011

Kishan, Diwali breakfast/brunch at his house last year.


With Danial, Jon, Kishan and Kishan's friend, Matthew.

4 November 2011

Jon, the great 'unconstitutional' illustrator, VI Library.

Jon and Miss Shanti.

The visionary INTP look, Form 6 Biology lab, VI.

26 December 2011

Fang Hai and Kishan, after post-Christmas brunch at Nirwana Bangsar Baru.

31 December 2011

Jon and Kuhan, after Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Times Square.

With Jon and Kuhan, in suitably Christmas-sy colours.

3-7 February 2012

With Victorians Jeru, Kuhan, Fang Hai, Jon and Kishan, Sauce@Esplanade, Singapore.

Jon and Kuhan, Tanjong Piai, Johor.

Jon and Kuhan, on the Sinaran Selatan from JB to Kluang.

18 February 2012

Jon and Kuhan, convinced we need a real cocktail party, Royal Oak at Jaya One.

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