Their problem

I’ve losen weight about 9 kilograms or 20 pounds since August 2015. I think before eating such as calories calculating. Exercise in both Cardio and weight training are included in my method to reduce weight. I feel healtier. 

Actually, I wasn’t overweight in the past. But 9 kg has given me the new image. The drastic change happens to my face and body. Unfortunately, not my big calves. They are very hard to minimize because theie shapes came from my genetics and I hardly do anything about it.

However, someone talked to my face about it and made me feel less confident wearing short skirts. At first, I felt sorry but then I felt like why did I have to be sad. I am luckier than those who can’t walk by themselves. I shouldn’t be down because of some bad attitudes. And then I recalled seeing this quote from fashion icon, Iris Apfel.

I was never hurt by what anybody said about my clothes, because I dress to please myself. If somebody doesn’t like what I’m wearing, it’s their problem, not mine

Yep, if you don’t like some of my body parts, it’s your problem – not mine.

A Word A Week Challenge – Vibrant

A little red shoes.


A pink brush and a mirror.


A couple of green bears on snow.


A shining stars.


A wild red sheep.


A pair of big-eyes red cats.


Sue has posted the word for this week challenge which is ‘Vibrant‘ and I decided to approach it by using my Ricoh R6 for taking macro photos of my earrings. I think these small things have their own character along with a vibrant color.

Yesterday, I was purring

Despite never owning a cat, I think I’m quite obsessed with this prideful creatures. I liked looking and taking photos of them whenever I’ve got opportunities. I also love to buy things related to them. Therefore, I quite have many items of them.

Yesterday (4th May), I went outside to start the 1st session of water color painting classes. I didn’t plan to purr (ah-huh), but it began with t-shirt and then bag. They were followed by watch and earrings.

Besides those stuff I wore yesterday, I had this book in my bag too. It was about the God of cats called Pandada which is written by the same cartoonist as this book series, ‘When my head turns to be a melon‘. Didn’t have a chance to read it yesterday so I just finished it today. Loved it!

god of cats


In additions, I created the video about the sleepy cats for A word a week challenge – sleep as I posted in the previous blog. Moreover, I added my purring with the new cover photos for my Facebook timeline adapted from the below photo.



After my yesterday’s full of cats, I felt a bit guilty for our Shih Tzu (Kookkai) so I tried to spend my time with her while visiting our grandma today. Taking her to see the sea for the first time and ran about 2 minutes for a few photos (It was one of furiously hot days in Thailand so 15 minutes outside could burn you and your dog too).

Thanks to my brother for this shot.

Thanks to my brother for this shot.