Emi and Jaja were cat-sitting the kids over the weekend as we were away for a much-looked-for short trip down to Malacca. As the two ladies are regulars at home, the kids were not skittish at all with them. Emi took the opportunity to do some practice cam shots with a few of them with … Continue reading Cat Sitting
A couple of weeks ago, a few members of the Malays Married To Expats Group decided to meet up at Mont Kiara. Venue? Where else but at the Starbucks….unfortunately, a few of us were still away for the long Chinese New Year holidays and so only three couples arrived for the coffee. (Left to right) … Continue reading The “Malays Married To Expats Group” Meets
The first time George arrived in Kuala Lumpur, he was pleasantly surprised at how modern the airport was. Shiny, stainless steel and glass gleaming. The drive out from the airport towards home was a breeze considering that the KLIA Expressway was a 6-lane carriageway. Some parts of the highway is an 8-lane of dual carriageway … Continue reading This Is Malaysia
This is a kind of belated Chinese New Year post but I guess it is better be late than never. The neighbourhood was relatively quiet for a Chinese New Year celebration unlike last year when there were several neighbours had their open houses with fire crackers blasting away. We had fire works as well started … Continue reading Enter The Year Of The Snake
I was checking my blog’s search words today and found these! …”entering the vigina in a penis..” Dude, let me get this straight. First, I CANNOT wrap my head around the idea of shoving a vigina (I was flipping the Oxford looking for “vigina”) in a penis…because…errr…it is just not a done thing. Second, … Continue reading Dude, You Can’t Even Spell It Right!
I wonder whether kids know how much parents really sacrificed in terms of money, from the day of conception to the day they turn 21. Let me count the ways: Days after the conception, after one missed period: RM25.00 (pregnancy kit). Visit to the doctor to reconfirm pregnancy: RM100.00 Expensive dinner for comfort food after … Continue reading Leave The Drama At The Door, Kids!