Best In Yoga
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
The Man Who's Been Doing Yoga For Three Years: Have you been doing yoga for very long?
The Guy Who Used To Be A Professional Dancer: Hmm... Three months.
The Man Who's Been Doing Yoga For Three Years: How often?
The Guy Who Used To Be A Professional Dancer: Once-- sometimes three times-- a week.
The Man Who's Been Doing Yoga For Three Years: Wow! I can't believe it. I've been doing yoga for more than three years now and you're even better than me.
The Guy Who Used To Be A Professional Dancer: It's not a contest. Excuse me, I need to shower now.
Best In Body Jam
The Lady Who Always Takes the Front-and-Centre Spot: You hit my hand.
The Guy Who Used To Be A Professional Dancer: I know. That's why I said sorry twice.
The Lady Who Always Takes the Front-and-Centre Spot: Oh did you?
The Guy Who Used To Be A Professional Dancer: Yes. And by the way, why don't you try to dance on the beat next time so that you don't collide with other people?
Best In Body Pump
The Lady Who Gives Everyone The Attitude: You have nice legs. They're shaped very well.
The Guy Who Used To Be A Professional Dancer: I know. Thanks.
Saturday, March 12, 2011
My very good friend, Kris-belle Paclibar Mamangun-- one of the most awe-inspiring dancers I know-- as Zaia in Cirque Du Soleil's ZAIA at the Venetian in Macau.
Love and miss you both, newlyweds!
I am very, very proud.
Monday, March 07, 2011
I didn't get to play on the beach today, like I had intended to, as soon as I stepped out on to my Tung Chung flat balcony, when I woke up this morning. But that didn't stop me from enjoying the calming presence of the sun, the invigoratingly crisp and cool spring air, and the smile-inducing clearness of the day. This doesn't happen 365 times a year. I am grateful that one of the few times it did, is on my day off.
view from my rooftop
Oh! And the birds are chirping too, singing along to Babs...
On a clear day
Rise and look around you
And you'll see who you are
On a clear day
How it will astound you
That the glow of your being
Outshines every star
You'll feel part of
Every mountain, sea and shore,
You can hear from far and near
A world you've never never heard before
And on a clear day
On a clear day
You can see forever and ever and ever and ever more.
Welcome, spring! Thank you for coming. Thank you for coming today.
Wednesday, March 02, 2011
Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned. I had a whole Mc-f*cking-Wings platter. That's loads of calories and, not to mention, saturated fat. I would say I am terribly sorry, except, I only did it so I could practice my Cantonese.
Mayonnaise gong dong wa hai salad jeung, dan hai hai McDonald's, kuy dei giu mayonnaise, dai gai jeung.
dai= big; gai= chicken; jeung= sauce (cos they use it for McChicken, the burger)
Ngoh yi ga hoi chi gay dak.
Mayonnaise in Cantonese is "salad jeung", but in McDonald's, they call mayonnaise "dai gai jeung"
From now on, I will remember.
*Thanks to Lawlawt for checking on my grammar. But Lo c William, I had very, very minimal help, I swear.