Resilient

Resilient. That is the name I got when I attended the Encounter Retreat in our Church few years back. I've been out of the radar for almost 7 months now, I think. I have a lot of reasons. But the bottom line is, probably the main reason is that I think I'm losing the passion for fashion. Losing the passion for my dreams.
Before you get angry at me and throw crumpled papers at my face let me defend myself. Its not I didn't do anything to re-gain it, I did, a lot of times actually. I tried to do a rebound. I tried to dress up every Sunday or even at work. I tried taking photos again for this blog. I tried to write about my summer vacation. I asked my fiance to edit my photos so I can start writing a new post. But may be we always come to a point that we just stop dreaming for a while and we wonder if those dreams would really come true. Its like you're losing hope and all you wanted is to see the future. We get tired of waiting for the right time.




But it's just amazing how God can change everything. How God can give you another hope, like a 101% hope that all you dream about will come true. Only if you trust Him and only if it's according to His will. He has His perfect time It is just amazing how He made me realize that all I need is to have a little faith, even if its like a grain of mustard seed.
 Actually I don't know if I'm making sense here, but I hope I do. I just want to share what I felt and that I decided to be go back. Even if that means 2 blog post a month, or try to send my sketches to a fashion school or designer, or try to make fashion accessories again. 

I guess we always go back to were we belong.
 To what we are made for. <3

A Free Spirit

Took this photos about 4 months ago, when me and my Fiance are looking for the best venue for our special day.I'm feeling bohemian that day(as always.. hahaha) so I choose to wear this floral chiffon dress and a demin cover up vest. :) 

Country-Rustic is the Theme!

Back to blogging this Tuesday evening. I just want to give you all a short and quick post before I get back to work. These past months, me and my fiancé were too busy in preparing for our wedding. (So yes, this is the reason why I'm missing in action on my blog for the past months.) We've chosen a date and agreed with the theme. Then we attended wedding fairs for us to have an idea on the suppliers we need and how much it would cost for us to achieve the wedding of our dreams. Biggest part of the preparation is to choose our wedding venue and caterer. So far we've been to 3 venues and caterers. Almost three months had passed and I can say that preparing a wedding is really tiring (physically, mentally and financially). You'll be overwhelmed with the ideas and different suppliers. There was a time we got headaches in computing and estimating our budget. But there are also perks of making the preparation.