Food. One of my favourite topics. The last birthday was all about food and food and friends and families. The birthday was last month’s the 20th April. I was 18 again. Three cakes within the 48 hours! And, of course, more food, friends, families. (The 3 Fs) Birthday Eve Dinner The birthday kicked off with … Continue reading I Forgot to Blog About My Birthday
Christmas Eve Dinner G and I decided to host a simple dinner on the Christmas eve. Simple because it was a pot luck dinner instead of a full cooking session which we had done in the previous years. No turkey and fresh oysters this year as well. Prices have gone up and wallet is thinner. … Continue reading Happy Holidays
It has been a long day for G and I today. He was busy with his client’s coaching session and I was in a meeting with a client who is now soon fast to be a friend and hopefully, a business associate. It was amazing at how things just happened. Several months G and I … Continue reading What Legacy Would You Leave Behind?
I am truly lost for words on how to say farewell to this friend. A humble man who had dedicated his life to rescuing, saving and helping stray cats, Pak Ngah Ben was a well known man among the circle of rescuers. He had rescued so many strays, cared and nursed them back to health … Continue reading Farewell To A Friend (Tribute To Pak Ngah Ben)
PART 1 – The journeys of past I was inspired to write down my thoughts today after reading a blog by the CEO of Marriott International, Arne Sorenson. He asked a simple question – “Do you remember your first road trip or even your first trip on a plane?” What a thought provoking question. I … Continue reading Do You Remember Your First Road Trip Or Even Your First Trip On A Plane?
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