Inside a cab on my way to the office today, me and the driver are having a morning conversation and when we are in the middle of the crowded highway, he mumbling something, opening a window and wave his hand out to the cars behind us telling them to slowdown. He start driving into the center of the midline between the highway row, he stop for a while, open the driver door and pick up this little kitten and put her onto the front seat next to him. He apologized for doing so and continue driving slowly.
He saving life and he apologize, left me quite speechless. Not because I dont like what he did, but among those cars, no one has done so and no one know how long the kitten has been throw into the street.
When he think he saving a lil kitten, the truth is he saving a lil bit of my lost soul, reminds me about unconditional kindness. I’m the one who should say thank you sir 🙂
PS. I clean the kitten and look, behind the mud we can see the cute face which found comfort on my lap until I reach the office. What a great feeling to start a day with.
It is still raining when I walk outside today and somehow this rainy season has bring me into the edge of my heart. The scent of the humid air just reminds me of you. Too much.
I wonder is it okay to have this feeling? just a sad feeling without felling ungrateful at the same time? I just miss you and no other explanation needed. Simple as it is.
I miss you H
Hoping this year will become a prosperous and a happy year with a stamina of a horse #eh
just captured this one on my way back home
Dont like the new office located in traffic area that much but I love everything that I can captured from the 19th floor
Some people walk the straight and narrow | some walk the rocky road | Some get the silver spoon and some get the heavy load ~ Bryan Adams
Day by day is full of challenges and today I get a bumpy road full of rocks and a beautiful fallen leaf. Our life could bumpy and beautiful at the same time, you can lay back for a while but don’t stop walking
how can a fallen leaf could be this beautiful…
Many times, friends & other people who see me using my pocket camera and know I love taking pics will always suggest me to change it into a big camera. The big one is good if you want to learn or become professional they told me. Big…. they even dont know the name ‘grin’ 🙂
At this moment, this cutie is good enough to accompany me, the body is compact and the battery can be recharge not like her previous sister that eat 4 x A2 batteries, with some zoom and several primary setting… hey I still love my old Kodak too for its setting variances. Of course size does matter as it has become one of my special consideration for my traveling days.
Oh well, anyway I have my own reason though and I’m sure I will have fun with this one too 😀
PS. Feel free to let me know for your camera option, would love to get another insight ^^
Moi – Sanur, Bali
Mbok Dayu with the flowers 🙂
Simbok – the hand that welcome me everytime I’m back to Sanur, Bali
Today, one day in another year, somehow I gotta say it that I’m thankful for those chances that have brought shimmering colors to my life, I’m thankful for those hands that always push me higher and reach me when I’m kinda lost.
Hey, I’m saying thank you for everything & everyone that have shaped me into the way I am now
This man is the owner of Warung Kusamba, I’ve meet his wife last time I visit so this time is his turn to take a pic 🙂
Warung Kusamba is just a small hutch there in Sanur beach, if you enter through Segara gate you just need to turn left for a while, pass through a rock stair down , they are the 3rd or the 4th tent from the corner. The place might be shabby but this tent give you great food sea fish specialties with a price only for 10.000 rupiahs (1 USD).
One plate will covered rice, cutted fried veggies, sambal mata, 3 stick of sea fish satay, 1 pepes (steamed sea fish) and a small bowl of fish soup. For me its yummy indeed and there are moment I get back there in a row ‘nom nom nom’
PS. Their specialty is goes with the sea fish and there are some pork satay if you like 🙂