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Definition of Passion: a strong affection or enthusiasm for an object, concept, ect

Yesterday, I wrote out an extremely long post about my trip to the Fort Canning Park. Sadly, I assumed WordPress autosaved it for me, but alas, it was not so.

man's gold and nature's gold

Dirt lines

Dirt lines.

I enjoyed walking though Fort Canning Park (FCP). Even though Singapore’s touted as the “Garden City”, and has much greenery almost every where one goes, it is difficult to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and truly immerse one in nature. Unlike the Botanic Gardens, FCP is much quieter and gives one a sense of serenity, which is hard to find in our fast paced lives. I spent 3 hours there, walking, appreciating and snapping away. Read the rest of this entry »


Okay, so my post title says it all.

Pure fun for two whole months. WHOOOOOO!

Anyway, this is going to be my first recipe post. Pathetic, yes, I know. (by the way, it’s one a.m. in the morning here, and I just baked these 5seconds ago. So you can more or less tell how i’m really going to live life crazy these few months πŸ˜€ )

Sooo, let me tell you about today.

ItΒ  didn’t start off very promising as it was pouring really heavily in the morning.IMG_3092The mood in the canteen, where everyone was assembling to take the Chemistry paper, was of restlessness, excitement and anticipation. It was the last paper for most students, so although everyone had their textbooks on the table, not many were actually reading it.


Lyn in a sea of blue

Only the super hardworking ones were still doing this



After the paper, which ended at 9, the whole hall broke into cheers and applause. After four years of working so hard for this examination, it was finally over! Read the rest of this entry »

The last time I went shopping was a really, really long time ago. I can’t even remember when I last bought something (other than groceries, that is). So after lunch with D- this afternoon, I went to Kitchen Capers, which is literally just outside my school. Convenient, huh? πŸ˜‰

Anyway, I love Kitchen Capers. Unlike Phoon Huat (another store that sells baking goods), Kitchen Capers sells things that are more for fun than for practicality. I went there once before and bought the prettiest muffin pan liners πŸ˜€

So when I stepped into the store, I think I was feeling a little deprived, so I bought a few things that made me go ” OH MY GOODNESS, I LOVE THIS!”, but probably wouldn’t use very often. Yikes. So let me show you the things put a smile on my face (and a hole in my pocket) today.

Edible ink. Great for decorating cookies!I've been wanting this for ages.Lookie! :D

*sweeps dust off blog*

Hi there. Missed me?

Okay, so I haven’t been blogging for nearly a month now. Blame the crazy O level examinations. It’s going to be over in a week’s time(!!!!). Gosh. I really can’t wait for freedom to come on the 13th of November! Finally, I will have enough time to bake, to photograph and to enjoy teenage-hood.


Although this is supposed to be a food blog, the food part of the blog hasn’t been really obvious. :/ ah, my bad. It’s not going to stay that way though, because I’m…


Actually, I joined in July, but I didn’t have enough time to participate in the challenges. But that’s in the past, and I’m super excited to be able to participate in the November challenge! WHOOHOO.

Anyway, I do have some pictures from random events. Thank goodness I have an outlet to release my pent up frustration. If not, I’d probably be stuck in the mental hospital right now. And no, I am seriously not kidding about how stressful preparing&sitting for the O’levels are.

Preparation for the Graduation ceremony. Like our hats? :)

Preparation for Graduation Day. Like our hats? πŸ™‚

Mum bought me sunflowers to cheer me up

Mum bought me sunflowers to cheer me up


Memories of Cedar

I’llΒ  be back real soon!:D

Daring Kitchen