Share Your World: a Singaporean Nightscape

The Marina Bay area is stunning at night.  Loving Husband and I had a stroll on the promenade on Saturday while waiting for Darling Daughters who were at the Esplanade: Theatres by the Bay, watching the Stuttgart Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet.  It was a balmy evening, rather festive with cyclists, pedestrians & live music from an al fresco cafe, enlivening our walk.

In the spirit of further sharing my world, here are this week’s questions & my answers to Cee’s Share Your World .

What do you consider is the most perfect food for you? (It can be your favorite food to something extremely healthy.)

I think the perfect food is the one I am enjoying at any point in time, whether it is a hearty bowl of steel cut oats laden with fruit, or a decadent croissant, buttery, flakey yet chewy, or a mess of colourful stir-fried vegetables, or a scoop of the creamiest ice cream chock full of nuts & dried fruit & marshmallows & assorted goodies. I endeavour to enjoy every mouthful!  I try not to eat when I’m rushed, or to feel guilty when I’m eating potato chips.


Are you focused on today or tomorrow?

I’m better at living in the moment these days, so my answer is Today.

If you could interview one of your great-great-great grandparents, who would it be, and what would you ask?

I’ve never had adult conversations with any of my grandparents.  I would love to speak with each of them and get to know them.

What did you appreciate this past week?  

I had a good writing week, and several interesting conversations with WordPress Friends.  I feel invigorated and inspired.


Feature Photo: Fullerton Hotel (on the right) on Marina Bay, in response to Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge, Scale.

20 Replies to “Share Your World: a Singaporean Nightscape”

  1. Singapore is a great place for icecream. The one you have photographed looks delicious. I like the look of that plate of vegies too. I’m intrigued – what is the yellow vegetable?

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    1. It is great weather for ice cream … although having said this, I find eating ice cream in cooler weather less frenetic as one does not have to worry about melting and dripping quite as much!

      The yellow vegetable is yellow zucchini.

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        1. Ah! you have a vegetable garden!
          I find that they taste quite different from the green zucchini. Softer & finer in texture. And they add a nice colour to casseroles and stir-fries as they keep their colour well.


          1. Now you’ve really got me curious. I will look for the seed next time I go to the gardening centre. I had been thinking I wanted to plant some zucchini this spring.

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  2. Very lovely shot of the cityscape at night! Love your attitude towards food 🙂 I also try to stay more in the moment, concentrate on Today than Tomorrow, because we never know what the future holds and worrying about doesn’t help at all.
    Would also love to talk with my grandparents…

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