Robert Sherman recalls back to the song he and his brother Richard wrote, “Feed the Birds,” one of Walt Disney’s favorite songs.
Desperate times call for desperate inventions || Red Pesto Furikake Pasta with a Soft Boiled Egg #thefridgewasempty #culinarymasterpiece
Definitely one of the best hot chocolates I’ve had in Singapore so far || Assembly Coffee, Evans Road #idontdrinkcoffee #stopjudgingme #assemblycoffeesg (at Assembly Coffee)
Dad’s birthday lunch buffet at The Line, brb in a food coma #jessies10thousandreasons #thehuens (at The Line At Shangri-La Hotel)
《分离嘆》|| My grandpa wrote a poem for my late grandma today :’) he plans to write it out properly to be displayed. You guys, this is what a lifetime of love and godly marriage looks like.
Quiet evenings spent sewing are the best nights of all || My first foray into using proper patterns, wish me luck! #jesssewfabulous
Only have 3 tutorials a week and already I feel like a sinking ship.
HOW AM I GOING BACK TO WORKING FULL TIME, HOW???
"Although the journey may be anything but rest, together the road will be much less." #nysc #南洋永发光 #oldisgold (at Nanyang Girls’ High School)
This morning when I awoke to the news of Robin Williams’ passing, I was incredibly upset. And inexplicably, I remained upset for most of the morning and afternoon. Maybe it was because he was such a big part of the movies I loved, and unlike so many other celebrities out there, he seemed genuine. He didn’t seem to be helping charities as a publicity stunt, and when he knew he had addiction problems he checked himself into rehab and was upfront about it.
This clip from Dead Poets’ Society has long been one of my favourite movie moments ever of all time. DPS inspired me, and I believe many others, not just to love and appreciate poetry, but to treasure life itself. It taught us to recognise that we owe it to ourselves, and to humanity, to live out our full potential and to chase our dreams. Carpe Diem, Seize the Day.
RIP Robin Williams and know that your works have inspired a generation.