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Tiramisu is supposedly viewed as a pick me up according the the Italians. I’ve always felt it encapsulates love in its taste so perfectly. The immediate taste of sweetness and chocolate followed by a subtle taste of bitterness and coffee that brings a small smile to your face.
The past is the past and should remain in the past but we dig it up from time to time. I’m glad I can now reflect with a sense of bittersweetness and a slight smile on my face. I hardly captured the day in photos because I was busy living in the moment. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
The church where a simple prayer that was never granted.
God had other plans for my future but was kind enough to let me live in the moment of happiness and see it to its end.
All kinds of sweets and none were as sweet as her.
My heart melts every time she smiles at me.
Walking on the Cloud.
The sets were $100 each and I could care less. That was one of those small details of the perfect date I envisioned. She didn’t ask for it. I wanted to spoil her with something unforgettable. That’s just the way I am.
59 floors above one of the greatest cities I have ever been to, I wouldn’t have wanted to share this experience with anyone else in the world but her. The food was delicious, the view left me breathless, and she made my heart flutter.
Dreams transforming into reality.
As a hopeless romantic, I have dream scenarios and all the small details play out in my head thousands and thousands of times when I daydream. With no plans set that day, fate/destiny/life decided to just take over and made everything fall into place. I got to experience my dreams in real life.
The gateway to happiness.
If my memories existed as rooms, this would be the entrance to one of the most beautiful rooms ever created.
hope you had a great Valentine’s Day. Alone, with friends or with your significant other. Today is just a day!
2. When the first iPhone (like the ORIGINAL one) came out in 2007, it was sold exclusively at American retail stores only. Due to the reselling of the iPhones online for insane prices (some went for about $1000 USD), Apple made it a policy that proof of American citizenship or proof of phone usage in America was required. While a lot of the stores didn’t even both following through with this (I recall a friend of mine walking into an apple store in vegas and buying 6 of these). The store I went to in Seattle did follow this policy and refused to sell to me right before I was about to buy it. I was pretty shocked cause I didn’t know of this policy. So I convinced my family to take me to another store, and again I was asked again to show ID right before I was about to purchase. So I made up some bullshit that I was a student from Canada about to enroll in the University of Washington so I don’t have ID for them. LOLOL. The guy who was making the transaction could see through my bullshit but he was chill enough to sell the phone to me anyways. Just over 5 years later, the world has changed. Apple has dominated and changed the mobile phone and smart phone market, and is readily available to almost every country in the world. The store I went to (as seen in the picture) doesn’t have a crazy line up anymore and the iPhone is currently in its 6th generation.