Thursday, July 02, 2015

A surprise update

I haven't announce my pregnancy news on my blog!
So here I am, already at 27 weeks pregnant, starting my third trimester. So far so good, I have been feeling great with no annoying symptoms like nausea or feeling lethargic or even constipation and frequent trips to the restroom despite drinking a lot of water. By now, I am still walking fast like fleeting on air! I still dance and do yoga daily, as well as doing whatever I want with my cute belly that Lg gave it a nickname "poochie". I have no problem climbing a flight of stairs, it's a way to train my glute!

I really watch what I eat though! I don't have unusual craving for unhealthy food, I limit my intake of salty and sweet food! I eat one avocado with a cup of milk to start my day, I occasionally snack on dried figs and dried apricots, and eat one cup of Greek yogurt topped with Chia seeds every afternoon. I also eat walnuts with a cup of milk at night before going to bed! I prefer to eat a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Besides eating healthy and balanced meals, I focus on getting enough nutrition for my growing baby, so far my baby is growing strong and healthy! I am gaining decent weight too!

Here are beautiful pictures of my baby, for now I called my baby Lc, aka Little Critter!!

I am writing a diary on my pregnancy about my changes and thoughts. I will consider to publish some on my blog next time. 'Til then!

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

After Utopia and Imaginarium at SAM

We went to the Singapore Art Museum for the After Utopia and Imaginarium exhibitions!

There was a 28th SEA Games event in Singapore, so we passed by some displays of the event!

Spotted the Utama's Cat, aka the Lion, just outside the museum!! The moment I entered the museum, I was stunned to view so many amazing artworks from the After Utopia exhibition!

" In naming his fictional island 'Utopia', writer Thomas More conjoined the Greek words for 'good place' and 'no place' - a reminder that the idealised society he conjured was fundamentally phantasmal. And yet, the search and yearning for utopia is ceaseless humanist endeavour..."

Letters From The Forest (II) by Donna Ong exhibited a 19th century antique desk with accompanying chair, two LED dioramas from cut illustrations in wooden boxes, stuffed bird, antique letter cases with cut paper butterflies, antique frames with found photographs and old books, magnifying glass, compass and bottles.

Annexation by Jitish Kallat. "An imposing and somewhat menacing sculpture, Annexation's surface are festooned with motifs of flora and fauna...The shape of the sculpture references the humble kerosene stove, a source of energy and light for many residing in India's rural areas. Here, however, it is charred, its blackened form alluding to industrial waste and a spent resource, while its surface depict an allegory of a constant and daily struggle for existence, with birds and beasts from a prelapsarian Eden, annexed into a deadly coil of predator and prey."

Resting and hydrating ourselves before seeing more exhibits.

Cabinet by Gao Lei. "Gao Lei's Cabinet functions almost as a mini-city unto itself. Set into three chests of drawers are twenty-four peephole boxes, containing images based on two bodies of Gao's earlier work: Building No. 35, which is comprised of photographs of figures in a deserted building, and the Scene series, which features random characters inserted into various landscapes referencing the artist's native China..."

Sembawang Phoenix by Tang Da Wu.

 Where have we located our utopias? How have we tried to bring into being the utopias we have aspired to? How do these manifestations serve as mirrors to both our innermost yearnings as well as to our contemporary realities - that gnawing sense that this world is not enough?

Sitting (detail) by Kamin Lertchaiprasert. "Sitting comprises 366 carved figurines, each seated in a meditative posture...This meditative repetition encourages a certain stillness and looking within oneself..."

Once Upon This Island presents a series of contemporary works by Singapore artists exploring the stories and lives that surround us and abound on this island-nation..."

 At the Learning Gallery, made our own front door cards.

 Self Portrait (No More Tears Mr. Lee) by Jason Wee, made from plastic shampoo bottle caps.

To the Imaginarium: A Voyage of Big Ideas.

Let's Make! Studio by Izziyana Suhaimi.

 Greenroom II: Interstellar Overdrive by Vincent Twardzik Ching.

Don't forget to remember the forgotten.

Dream House by Lee Jeeyoung.

That's all of my SAM trip! Enjoy!

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Singapore Zoo and River Safari 2015

We went to the Singapore Zoo on my birthday and I got free entry tickets for both the Zoo and the River Safari!!

I also got a badge to wear and got 10% off for purchasing food or souvenirs! Plus, I was greeted "Happy Birthday" by every friendly zoo keeper who saw me! It's pretty amazing!

Saw a fluffy White-Faced Saki monkey when walking on the bridge of Treetops Trail!! It's their feeding time!! Below the bridge is the crocodile's territory!!

Walked passed the Otter Cove!! Watching them lazing around, scrubbing their back!! Also visited Tapir, an interesting animal that look like a pig, an elephant and a panda!! I adore them!

Spotted a huge Cannonball tree!! The flowers are so pretty!!

Visited the White tiger!!

Visited the Pygmy Hippo and spotted a baby hippo next to her mama!! First time we've seen the red river hogs too!! Quite pretty, eh?

At the Australian Outback, watching kangaroos and koalas!

Watching the Splash Safari show!

Next was the Elephants at Work and Play show!

At the Primate Kingdom, each primate species has its own island, with a landscaping of trees that might as well be castles from where these tree-dwellers rule.

Got a free ice-cream treat because it's my birthday! I like berry-yoghurt!!

Went to feed the goats and see the ponies!

We walked through the Fragile Forest and spotted a group of lemurs cuddling together, super cute!

Walking along the Tropical Crops!!

At the Wild Africa area, spotted giraffes, rhinoceros, pumas and meerkats!

Also spotted cheetahs and zebras!!

Chilled out at the Frozen Tundra, watching Inuka, the polar bear! Also watching a wolverine sleeping!

Walking to the River Safari just next to the Zoo! Oh, guess how I learned to climb trees like Koalas?

Walked through the Exhibits at River Safari!

Hopped onto the River Cruise!

Visited the two adorable pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia!

Not forgetting to say "Hi" to the Red Panda too!

We were rushing for time, so we didn't have much photos of the River Safari! If you're interested to see more pictures of River Safari, please click Here and Here!
Those posts are my previous trips to the River Safari!! Enjoys!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

The former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

We went to visit the former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station as it is only open on public holidays! We've never been there before, so we decided to come and have a look!

We took a bus there and walked for a while before we reached the station.

It was crowded, as expected, even though the weather that day was very hot!

We walked around to explore the station.

Most of the rail tracks were demolished, only a small section was preserved!

We like to explore all the nook and cranny of places we've been to!

The demolished part has now become a vast grassland!

Found a small rail track that not so many visitors noticed!

Walked along the corridor!

That's all for our visit! See ya!