the blue planet would look prettier in pink

my life is kinda standing still at the moment. sometimes it even feels like i’m going backward.

try not to think too much or too negative, i redirect my attention to these beautiful pink pictures found via

i think that’s one of the most beautiful cake ever seen. 


i’ve never tried macaroons. this delicatessen isn’t widely known here. i’m still searching where i can buy one. will it taste as good as it looks? 

a friend of mine isn’t quite a fan. but ‘to like or not to like’ remains to be determined. by me 🙂



do you judge a cake by its sugar-coated cover


admit it, how often do you have assumptions about people, based on their looks? 

i do that now and then. 

and we all know that’s so wrong. beautiful people don’t necessarily have beautiful mind. plain-looking people may lead a full and remarkable life. what they are is so irrelevant to what they look like.  

beautiful looking cakes, to me, usually radiate ‘crime scene do not cross’ vibe. i don’t often find one that is delicious, especially wedding cakes. as if they are designed to look good but not to eat well.

what’s up with that? you are a cake. it’s your destiny to satisfy my palette, is it not? 

anyhow, what i learn from being a liverpool fan, if anything, is to have faith. i’m still in search of a pretty looking cake that is meant to be consumed, orally not visually. i want an eye candy that can actually be candy. 

and i still hope that my beautiful, 4.0 average friend can be more considerate, and less self-absorbed to her friend. 


image from country living