I recorded today a reading of a favourite poem of mine: Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll. You’ll recognise the poem from Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Poetry allowed, aloud and out loud: There are always differences between voices in tone, emphasis, and expression when a poem, or any text, is read aloud. It is quite an ordinary, unremarkable … Continue reading Poetry Aloud: Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
This is from the time I was a stats student. It was a trying period that turned into a fond memory. I was repeating a unit. But this time, we had a new professor. This was a snapshot of the day of the welcome barbeque. ** Sausage Sizzles It was spring and the campus was … Continue reading Sausage Sizzles!
Happy New Year 2019! I wish you happiness and a year where your dreams take you on wild journeys to the skies and beyond-the-skies. I have always found the phrase ‘the sky is the limit’ quite targeted towards non-astronauts and not very inclusive of dreams, hopes, and ambitions that go further than the skies, of which I … Continue reading Dining Out: Dim Sum at Canton Lane in Belmont
November was a busy month filled with late nights on caffeine, a lot of killing my keyboard with Ctrl+S, a good amount of procrastination, intermittent bargain hunting (with Black Friday and Cyber Monday happening), surprises, faces from the past, and a few dining adventures. It was an odd sort of a month characterised by a … Continue reading Friday
This has to be the best butter cake recipe I’ve tried. Seriously, it’s the best. The Mrs SK Ng butter cake is the holy grail of butter cake recipes out there. I’d be butterfingers if I let it slide without serving up a piece here. On another note, too many Kitkats I’ve had of late. … Continue reading Baking: Mrs SK Ng’s Butter Cake