Oftentimes it’s hard to resist the temptation of negative criticism over social media, especially if it’s someone you know or closely know at that, thinking whatever sermon you have is for that friend’s own sake when in fact it’s just so you can get it out your chest how wrong he was. So instead of telling it straight to his face you just post it as a status or tweet it to show on your feed or whatever medium you think appropriate indirectly telling how obscene he looks or how stupid his action was or even just how irritating his number of selfies are.
This trip was very random, and just like all the other activities we’ve accomplished for the past months, it was done because it was random and unplanned. We thought we might see flowers since it’s almost spring time but to my disappointment, there aren’t. Though it didn’t hide the fact that it’s a nice place to just unwind and of course, take pictures:
Thanks to my trusty 8tracks that I was able to relive Pharell Williams’ Happy after I probably didn’t notice it the first time I watched Despicable Me 2. I just recently found out about the #HappyDay last March 20 which is the second International Day of Happiness and Pharell together with the UN Foundation challenged all the countries to make their own rendition of the song. Check this one out from Australia:
So I was working on my mac when suddenly I decided to sneak up on me.