Or more commonly known in Singapore as Lantern Festival or Mid-Autumn Festival.
This day occurs on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month and it's full of legendary stories that most of us (racially Chinese) would be familiar with. It's meant to be a romantic festival for couples because they enjoy a lovely night together under the full moon after having some tea and mooncakes. BUT, I am not here to tell you about the lovely-dovey stuff about this Moon Festival. I am here to lament about the fact that this is the third Moon Festival that I did not get to spend with my favourite boy. :(
But then again, even if we were together in the same city, I don't think we would be sharing a mooncake under the moon. :(
Anyway, I think I'm feeling terribly moody about today because my morning started with one horrible message I had received from someone. But I've finally found the courage to do something about my extreme discomfort and told him off, which is great! Hopefully I won't have to hear from him again. #MoonPower