Thanks for nominating me @itchyfeetdonica, so that I can have something to post lol. Even though I’m such an experienced SHPer, can still run out of SHP ideas. Here we go.
1. What supernatural power would you want to have?
To have Doraemon’s Anywhere Door so that I can go anywhere within seconds.
2. If you could choose your birth place, where will it be, and why?
Doesn’t matter, but maybe somewhere with a fairly open passport at least.
3. If you could go back in time to meet someone from the past, who will it be and why?
I got a list of musicians in mind but tbh I don’t really know what to say if I met them though, learning from their works is already enough. So this question can be easy to answer, to meet 15 year old me and tell her buy bitcoin…
4. Which childhood memory is your favorite?
Role playing with cousin, grandma got a lot of nursing kits at her place.
5. What are the three things you notice in the opposite sex first?
Lips and shoulders haha
6. If Life was a music, what song will yours be playing ?
Pearl Jam – Alive
7. If you were arrested with no explanation, what would your friends and family assume you had done?
Stuck at border/customs? Get into a fight with border control officers?
8. In one sentence, how would you sum up the whaleshares platform?
hmmmm….dunno. I’ve tried the site but don’t really think it’s anything special.
9. What’s the funniest Wi-Fi name you’ve seen?
Get your own WI-FI
10. What’s something your brain tries to make you do and you have to will yourself not to do it?
Not much I can think of, maybe eating desserts?
I’m too lazy to nominate people now, anyone, pls feel free to join this challenge!
#SadSunday tag is created by @flipstar. “Sad music makes me happy.”
I love sad music, sad music heals me. Maybe that’s why I’m specially into post-rock, a rather emotional genre, mostly instrumental, without vocal. Sometimes can be depressing but powerful. It doesn’t make me feel depressed, but in contrast, it makes me happier somehow. I can feel a soft touch of my soul every time I listen to post-rock (yes, I listen to them very often, maybe every day).
Raw emotions, raw energy, I hope you like the track and can feel it too. One of the most famous songs in post-rock I think, Mogwai is also one of the most known post-rock bands probably. I like the song, or if there’s no vocal, can be even better, but the vocal of the song doesn’t disturb luckily. I have an extensive compilation of post-rock songs to share, thanks to #sadsunday, I’m gonna share them out in the coming weeks!
Feel free to join #sadsunday and share your favorite sad songs, no matter which genre it belongs to!
Hey, have you ever seen churches specially for kids? In Côte d’Ivoire I saw a few. Apparently it’s common there, kids learn (mostly) how to dance in the church, so that later they can dance in the church.
I always think churches in Africa are much more interesting than those in Europe. Those in Europe seem a bit doring, all the mass seems so serious to me, maybe because I don’t have religion. But those in Africa are so festive, people dress up in colors and dance along the mass. It feels more like a party.
Church is simple, made of bamboo.
This girl wants to be in the picture with me. I felt so glad whenever people want to take pictures with me in Africa. ^^
Now I understand why most Africans can dance so well, they learn it from the church since young.
So that later they can dance like this, awesome, isn’t it?
Recycling some old pictures just for once. Think they might look good when putting together.
Funny thing is that I’m actually more of a city person than nature person, I prefer city trips and always love those big cities, especially Asian big cities, such as Tokyo, Seoul, HK, Bangkok etc. Surprisingly, still can find some photos take in the nature haha.
Can you tell where those pictures were taken? Some of them are easier to recognize than others.