London took on a different meaning for me this time, and i'm so grateful towards the city for giving me perspective on what life can be.
I poured my innermost feelings to strangers i just met over Pimms,
i rode a bicycle around town alone,
i saw babies crying and tourists buying vanilla cones from the ice cream truck,
i saw people relaxing and chatting over coffee by the pier,
i sang to strangers who were having their lunchtime bites at the square and some eventually bought our albums,
i sang at a church without microphones and watched as a mother held her kid in her arms and bobbed along to our tunes.
I went to a sunday market with my dear bandmates and tried retail therapy.
My senses were flooded with the sounds of busking musicians and sizzling food on pans, sight of colourful fruit cups and graffiti walls, quirky hipster londeners selling vintage/leather goods, and felt the warmth of the afternoon sunrays against the gentle summer breeze.
We were lucky to have encountered days of blue skies during our visit in London and according to a friend, it only happens 2 weeks every year.
Life goes on no matter what happens in the head. And i'm glad London taught me that.
One of the greatest comfort i got was the band's support, and for that i am so so blessed to have MICappella's love.
Thank you Juni, Mingwei, Peter, Eugene, Diana and Cal for having my back.
You guys are such gems.