Hi there! I’m Samantha,

and this space encompasses my personal milestones made beautiful in His time. Combining my flair for easy-to-read writing and my love for photography, here you'll find me sharing the thing I'm most passionate about - travel, food, fashion and my conversations with God.

*P.S when God was blessing others with the gift of height, He left me out realizing that great things come in tiny packages, so instead I am gifted with endless energy and a big wide smile to get through difficult times.

Forever & always, a child of God. Through this cozy little virtual haven, I hope each post inspires at least someone out there with my life stories.

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Disney Dreams

Most little girls, grow up watching Disney Movies & dressing up as Disney's princesses. You name it, you've got it. Not Me. Never did I had such a childhood. Actually, I secretly don't mind having such a childhood. But nah, my family was much more realistic, I don't know why. I never dressed up nor took part in those 'Princess Contests'. Well, I should man! haha. I was so cute then! -.- HAHA!

Okays, but ahems, back to REALITY...
Princesses. HAHA.
Never will we be one...

In Singapore, dressed in those huge dresses walking down Orchard Road. You will get stared.. yes, for the wrong reason.
Okay, that was literal.

Even those lucky girls who were born with a silver spoon, I mean as 'Princessy attitude & behaviour' they have, they won't be able to survive! Don't even think of Singapore.

Having said all those, I think it's always good to keep a Disney dream alive.
I love disney. I mean, I'm not into it, but as girls, always good(:
haha! In future, I will let my daughters dream a disney dream and I will dress them up!
I find it damn pretty can!

I mean afterall, no matter what, when they grow up, they will learn...eventually.
I don't think that will pop their 'Disney Dream' bubble.
Even if by then it does, at least... at least... at least, they have got a Disney Princess childhood. A memorable, pretty one!

Doesn't prepare them for the future I must say, BUT, since growing up's gonna be so tough & harsh sometimes, why not just enjoy your childhood.


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