I used to think over on things/people I had and lost and wondered why they didn't stay or how silly some slipped away. It bothered me for awhile and while I was listening to a podcast from TD Jakes, this was what I caught.
Many relationship weren't made to last...
God will send people in your life for a season cause you needed them at that time in your life
and if they walk away,
don’t stand at the tomb of what used to be and cry over what was because if you had needed them for the future they would have stayed!!
All that left couldn’t stay and all that stayed couldn’t leave!
What a clarity!
eating in korea, lunch course, natural kitchen market o, prix fixe, solely on restaurant korea 6/24/2015 01:14:00 PM
HOWEVER the doorman didn't greet me, instead an A4 notice acrylic stand apologising for their off day (of all days!).
Feeling flustered, I hurriedly texted my friend who was on her way and a couple of minutes later, she appeared to suggest a plan B.
We then decided to cross the road to have fresh Market O brownies but when we got up to their restaurant, Natural Kitchen - brownies we non existent (it was on the menu months ago according to my friend who frequent the place).
So instead we settled for their lunch course/prix fixe which turned out to be a delightful pick in the end.
For 25,000won per pax- it was a steal at this upscale part of Seoul.
Operating hours: opens 11:00am (with break time at 15:00~17:30) closes 23:00pm.
Directions: Sinsa Station (Line 3) Exit 1, walk straight to the bus stop and take bus #4212.
3stops later, you'll see Market O building on your left.
line friends, line friends cafe & store, sinsadong, solely on shopping korea 6/22/2015 12:53:00 PM
The cafe sits at the basement with an array of cute omaiiiiiikawaiiii packaged desserts/macaron with every nook and cranny in between that screams, take-me-home~~ in which you might oblige with take-my-money-naooo~~~
The highest floor are clothing for kids and adults that are inexpensive with prices starting for 10,000won for a t-shirt with patches and embossed printing!
I squealed inside a million times before coming out and I think you would too!
Situated at the main street along Garosugil and almost at the start when you turn in-it's hard to miss!
Directions: Take the orange line to “Sinsa” (Line 3), and get out from Exit 8 (Garosu-gil). Walk all the way straight till you pass a huge Tous Les Jours bakery on your left and when you see Missha (a cosmetic company), turn in left into the street!
That’s the main street.
We woke up to a rainy Saturday morning, I mashed some over ripped bananas and made a banana cake. After that, we sat down for breakfast of cereal and milk.
It started pouring heavily when John decided that we should take the car out for a shower.
...and so we did.
With a freshly brew coffee in hand, we took the escalator down and into the car and out to the streets.
I came home to my sago pudding, a jar of nata de coco (in lychee syrup) and finally remembered that I didn't strain the gula melaka before storing it (hence the impurities pictured).
That retro ping pong rice bowl was gifted to me by my aunt, she had 10 now 8 and I sure hope I was clear about my intention to inherit it all in the near future.
4:27pm - The rain has stopped and we have pork ribs soaked ready for a bakuteh dinner. Such a lazy day, I hope the night picks up!