Asna was hanging out in my room. A conversation we had made me reach out to the time capsule (a plastic, semi-transparent, yellow storage box with a blue lid my mom had gotten me a very long time ago) that I've been keeping since I was young. On top of it was a thick ring album filled with pages and pages of photos of the smaller version of myself.
The largest picture was a less flattering photo of yours truly as a baby. I blurted out:
I went to Ferragamo again last weekend. I always like visiting the store to see the kinds of colors they have at the moment - especially for the Vara.
While spring and summer colors are nice, I often look forward to what fall and winter has to offer. I asked the sales associate whether she knew what's coming for the next season and when, but according to her, they haven't gotten a lot of information and the fall colors aren't coming anytime soon.
Was still curious about the colors, so I went home and online to search for clues on the Ferragamo website. Then I saw this:
Did you know, that you can now customize your Vara?!
After the night he landed, the first place we'd brought my brother to was Akihabara, the otaku haven. But before any serious touring can be done, though, we reckoned it'd be a good idea to have breakfast first. Reza and I thought we should just go to Siddique, a halal Indian and Pakistani restaurant that's located along the main street of the district.
Other female members of the household have been bugging me to buy new bedsheets. I didn't think it's necessary. Really, how many bedsheets do you need? Not that I don't appreciate nice, crisp new bedsheets - I do! But I try to keep the quantity minimal, for I've a fear of compulsive hoarding. The idea of having too many and utilizing too little gives me a headache.
Then I thought, maybe I should buy new ones and let them gradually replace those I no longer intend to use. But here's the thing, buying quality bedsheets isn't easy, simply because they don't come cheap.