Rivers and Fishes

Brunei Blogger May Cho of The Mayden and Shi Min of discofissh | Kampung Ayer, Golden Hour
Brunei Blogger Shi Min of discofissh | Kampung Ayer, Golden Hour, The Mayden
The sun hung low in the sky as Min and I made our way across town to the capital. This was the reunion of two friends which saw the unfolding of a trip -- possibly their last -- to the water village on a Friday afternoon.

In true May and Min fashion, we took every chance we got to take silly snaps during rush hour traffic, ugly-dance to The Jackson Five and shout to Bobby McFerrin. At one point, we spent minutes recovering from fits of laughter as a neighboring driver gawked incredulously at our ferocious head bangs and violent gesticulations during a turning junction. Our dancing and singing didn't stop until the car was parked, the doors locked and our feet hit solid ground.


Monthly Merits: December

Brunei Blogger May Cho of The Mayden
Monthly Merits is a monthly series where I recount and award the month's worthiest moments in merits. Read last month's merits here.

December awed me when it wrapped itself up neatly into a box to stow in the cellar. It was a completion, a resolution, a reconciliation of troubled souls and it was easily one of my favourite months of the entire year. A few of its winning attributes: the holidays, friends, lots of reading and lots of writing.

To put it simply, December was wonderful.

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