Friday, April 10, 2009

Wondermilk Cafe

Finally, our third year classes are over. I had a day out with my friends. We went to this cafe that I've wanted to go to since forever, not only because it sells the yummiest cupcakes I've ever eaten, but also because of its selectively vintage/shabby chic decorated setting.

I was really excited to be there, but somehow, the excitement was daunted by something that came up that I don't want to talk about here. The problem with keeping a blog to have people you know *in real life* visiting, is that you can't let out your feelings *which is what a blog is supposed to be a purpose of* without hurting someone you know.

Anyway, what I went through today just affirmed my self-code of keeping to myself something that I want to do and go somewhere I want to by myself so that I can actually feel the euphoria and be in high spirits throughout. In case you readers don't know, I like to keep to myself and go about on my own. That gives me the freedom to do whatever I want, go wherever I want and be happy, without being a burden or worrying about a burden.

I find this really difficult. That's why from day one, I trust no one but myself. But I guess I don't trust even myself now. I dont' trust myself to be able to be a good friend.

I don't have a place to let out everything cramped in my heart, so I'm letting it out here.

{Edit : I gotta STOP posting emo entries before I hurt someone }

Ok, enough of flooding you with my emotions. Onto the photos :

{ Wondermilk Cuppacakes ♥ }

{ I had two cakes - chocolate something + blueberry cheese. The cakes were absolutely moist, rich and flavourful! And the creams too! I love that they are bite-sized, not large like some kiasu cupcakes are like. }

{ Some old-school wares like stationery, notebooks and vintage toys }

{ Cookies ♥ I bought two a chocolate one and a crepe-like one }

{ Interesting back-drop at the counter -- the waiter-guy kept looking curiously while I took photos XD }

{ A signboard beneath the counter table }

{ Vintage/retro junk food + CDs *not sure if those are CDs* }

{ More vintage/retro goodies --> there's a tub of dolls }

{ Chalk-board menu }

{ Vintage setting + deer *the place is sprouting with them!* }

{ The cafe also sells clothes --> Blythe photos & vintage children book pages on the wall of the fitting room + BAMBI wooden chest and chalkboard drawing in the fitting room + washroom sign }

{ There were lots of handmade stuff too, like pin buttons, necklaces and laminated birdy pins }

{ Awesome wood-cut flower neklaces with hand-painted details! }

{ Cardboard boxes cut out and drew on }

{ Cool masks + hand-drawn wall art + fabric wall decoration }

{ Last look : Decorated wall outside the cafe }

8 comments:

Shelly Rodriguez said...

This place looks AMAZING! I wish there was something like that where I live, sigh!

CinnamonCrane said...

EVERYTHING looks delicious and cute, vintage, chic *O* hehe kawaii

I wish there were places like that in México

mimi said...

sorry...girl..

my intension just want to bring you there...and have no other meaning..ya...sorry for didnt consider your feeling and spoil your mood..

sorry..forgive me please..(@_@)...

Sing Yee said...

Let's not dwell on this anymore. Maybe I shouldn't have written about it. But pouring it all out did make me feel better. Somemore, I did get to see the place and enjoy a short moment there. :)

mimi said...

haha..anyway..you should write out...hehe..at least we know your feeling..hehe..anyway..sorry ah,,and hope you like it..(^_^)

smile back..(^_^)

Sing Yee said...

Ei.... Don't apologise liao la. I feel bad eh. XD Let's smile and think happy thoughts, although how I'm gonna do that with exams looming, I don't know... T-T

Agnes Sim said...

where is there?

Sing Yee said...

Hi Agnes. This cafe is at Damansara Utama. :) You can visit there blog here.