The marriage life of an angler

It’s been more than six months since I last blogged.

Quite a few reasons why. The most obvious would be that blogging simply isn’t that popular anymore. These days you have to upload short catchy videos for fast consumption to get the metrics.

The less obvious would be marriage life and new commitments. If it’s one thing I learned, it’s that you tend to slow down on fishing when you get married and that isn’t a bad thing.
Strange right?

Most anglers tend to say it with a grimace but once you truly grasp the meaning, you will find out it is more than just fishing. Married life means you do more things with your partners together. You go house shopping, furniture shopping, dinners, outings, holidays and more shopping. In my case, we do a little bit of fishing every now and then too.

And then there’s prawning. We have been visiting Sembawang Hai Bin Prawning (Singapore) quite a bit since it is quite near our marital home. So far so good, we generally do quite well at the pond and they do release quite a number of medium to big prawns which is good. I find the water and prawn quality also better. If you're at the north, then it is certainly a good prawning pond to visit.

Back to life. For now, I look towards the future and what it will bring :)


Happy Wife, Happy Life

Comments

Anonymous said…
Welcome back!
Glad to see a post :)

Missed reading the blog, still avid follower, checking every 2 weeks or so

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