3 years ago, I had a dog…

He was an amazing dog. He made me laugh with his adorable antics. He made me angry when he did his business all over the place (once he actually pee-ed ON MY BED). 😱 But mostly he made me a very happy human being. And it was something special to me; because before he came […]

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Words to the Haters of the LGBT Community

Just recently Singapore celebrated Pink Dot, an event for the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual) community. Which is actually quite a considerable feat but my little island! And after the event, some friends shared how some ‘haters’ came and tried to discourage them from “being gay”. Then there is a certain dude who said he wants […]

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Baring My Soul On Why Announcing My Engagement Was SO Difficult

Mark and I have been dating practically since the pleistocene  times; people just say we’re practically married. Well, we almost really are married now. Mark proposed about a whole month back in Japan. (Read post here!) But I didn’t make it public, for one very simple reason… I myself couldn’t accept the fact. It might sound stupid […]

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#GeraTravels: 21.03.2016: Forever and Ever, Babe

21 March 2016 – Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan So from my previous post, Mark and I officially made our way to Hokkaido! It was about 3 degrees there; strong winds and snow-filled streets! Put on our layers, booted up… And off we went!!! So since we’re in Japan, simply must have some Japanese fast food right? Believe […]

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#GeraTravels: Post-foodpanda Vacation Begins!

Just some time last year, Mark and I spent 2 weeks in the lands of Nippon as celebration for his graduation! This time… Well, he claims it’s to reward me for all the work I put into my work at foodpanda. 🙂 Yes, Japan is evidently a favourite choice for the both of us. And […]

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No, I’m Not Pregnant – Just Not Too Smart…

Few days back I posted a status on Facebook about my stomach pains… Other than the very sarcastic “Congratulations!” and “So when can I be godparent?” – I had a number of very loving friends who were genuinely concerned. One of them positioned herself in my life to bring me to unconventional places to eat. So she was all, […]

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From One Bereaved Daughter to Another

Just some time back I was talking to a friend who had lost her father. It was both easy & difficult for me. Easy because I knew somewhat what she was going through, I lost my own Daddy when I was a little one. Difficult because it tore me apart every time; while I was […]

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