Facebook Memories

Since we’re stuck and could barely move around the city, Facebook reminded me that we were not like that before & that somehow, we will get back on our feet & probably be able to do more exciting things.

That’s Macau Tower behind us. We argued about bungee jumping but of course, I won and we stayed put instead. NOW, I probably would have allowed my hubby to jump but given our irregular blood pressure rates, I don’t think we’re even going to be allowed.

DO THINGS when your body is most capable. Do not delay things that you wanted to do. Live today ❤️

21 thoughts on “Facebook Memories

  1. This post makes me a bit nostalgic too, reminding me of a trip I had a few years back where I wanted to do paragliding and ended up not doing because my then girlfriend didn’t wanted to..
    I guess taking the leap is where the essence lies..

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  2. Aw! I feel nostalgic, too, to those days where we can go anywhere at any time. 🥺 And omg ate! Just thinking about bungee jumping excites me, although I haven’t tried it before. 😅

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    1. Naku you’re young and healthy! You have lots of chances to do it… my husband has become hypertensive, I wish I had allowed him before because now, even we’re on keto, I doubt he’d pass the BP requirement.

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  3. We had very little time in Macau, as you know, so the bungee jump will have to be for the next time. Your advice is great – we must live for now. I suppose the pandemic will change many mindsets and people will be eager to do things they put off before.

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    1. Very true. I am sure a lot of people will have different (& better) perspectives on life post pandemic. Yeah, I remember what happened to you in Macau, it was so frustrating, but YES, lessons learned. I hope you’d document your bungee jump… (for mere spectators like us!) >>>> I am terrified of heights and speed.

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