Blooms in this bleak pandemic

Celebrating a decade of marriage! ๐ŸŒน Excuse the messy extension. ๐Ÿ˜†

Oh my, what a mess we’re all in now. It’s mid-July 2021 yet we’re all still deep in this pandemic. This blog was initially created with the intention of sharing about my personal experience with beauty products & (at that time) discussing eczema with fellow bloggers. It was early 2016, the time when it was still possible for me to go on my daily life with minimal dependency on computers. So it makes sense then that on my free time, I would ‘escape’ to this blogsphere and write away….

Fast forward to now, this global health crisis forces us to stay home for months. (and months, and months later…) Whether I like it or loathe it, my current life depends way too much on devices; WFH for hours on my laptop, checking the phone for yet more work updates, food delivery rider whereabouts, keeping in touch with my family, buying essentials aaaaand so on…it makes coming back to the laptop to blog seems like a chore. Plus I’ve recently been actively journaling in my Gratitute Journal so sharing my personal thoughts and opinions online becomes redundant. And may I also say, irrelavant? Since I’m turning more & more private as I get older.

Yet anyways, I like to dedicate this blogpost to all the blooms and the babies I’ve been blessed enough to have got during this bleak time of our lives. Some were bought fresh from the neighbourhood supermarket, some fresh from local florists online. Either way, I am genuinely thankful for all of these pretty flowers for turning our little home a little prettier & more cosy. ๐Ÿ˜Š

with free KOSE serum samples
18(+1, thank you Happy Bunch!) red roses bouquet for our anniversary in May.
my post-Covid recovery petite bunch
Belated birthday flowers from mom. ๐Ÿฅฐ
On my birthday last year, just right before finding out we got Covid. Bittersweet.

If you’re still here reading this, I wish you a safe, sane and healthy days ahead. May better things happen to the Earth & humanity, soon. ๐Ÿ™

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