If one day the heart decides that architecture is enough, big cities is enough, busy and rushing here and there lifestyle is enough and you no longer find me anywhere in my small sunny island, you’ll probably be able to find me living somewhere on a higher altitude. A place with more solitude. A place where….
I get to wake up like this.
Few things to work on …. My relationship with sun. I miss them in Winter but not here.
How much bigger does this tree needs to be before it can give more shade???
There…. Much better! 🙂
I don’t know if you remember this but few years back (actually, many years ago)… Facebook had this phase of quizzes.
I remember sitting 4 hours straight in front of the computer to just do these quizzes.
What kind of planet is suitable for you?
Who is your inner Disney princess?
How are you most likely to die?
When are you most likely to get married?
Who is your inner villain?
Your inner seven deadly sin.
You get the drift don’t you…
I remember one of the quizzes was called How Green (environmental friendly) are you?
It really is no surprise that I got red, the total opposite of green – how can people sleep without aircon!?
If what I wore is to be used as a measuring scale of how environmentally friendly I am, then, it must be fate and not coincidence that I decked out here in Green and Red. I mean, instead of taking the quiz again, you can just take a look at me. *flips shawl*
More green than red. I’d like to take that as a good sign!
If you must know, I was genuinely picking the tea leaves.
I’ve always wanted to try drinking green tea from fresh tea leaves.
Like how the Koreans consider fresh octopus to be: fish em out of the water, rinse em, dip em in pepper sauce and while it’s alive(!) put it in your mouth and eat em. I would like to join the fresh from the source business.
Pick the leaves, steep it in hot water and drink. No, I’m not ready for alive animals, thank you!
🌏: Pagilaran Green Tea Plantation, Central Java, Indonesia