Thranduil all up in yo face. What a babe.
I have not posted such a long thread of pictures in a really long time. This shows how there have been no recent occasions as to warrant the use of my camera, and how much I have missed snapping pics!
We don’t usually celebrate Christmas, but we do use the advantage of the public holiday to spend the day together as a family :)
1. Brought Rosie to Desa Park City in the morning for a stroll. Silky, as usual, couldn’t come along due to her super headstrong personality & hard-to-control factor.
Begging for food, as usual.
Our usual stream of selfies.
And our most attractive sisterly faces.
Playing cards to kill time.
We love the dogs as much as we love newborn babies. #nokidding
Chel started directing this spontaneous and random couple photoshoot for Mum & Dad.
And this candid photo is my favourite photo yet :)
2. Headed off to Blue Cow Cafe at Plaza Damas for brunch. Pets were allowed outside, which was one of the main reasons we chose to have brunch here.
3. Watched Police Story 2013 as our Christmas movie. Wasn’t that Christmas-y to be honest. The plot of the movie was just weird to me, LOL
4. Had dinner at home.
5. Currently waiting for Chel to adjust the subtitles of Elf as our last movie before bedtime.
Merry Christmas! :)
My migraine is finally gone thanks to meds. Still unsure whether I’ve dealt with the root of the problem, though.
My mum’s put Christmas songs on repeat for the entire day. Totally feeling the festivity <3
Been surviving on oreos and bread the entire day, though I’m starting to regret because my tummy’s starting to growl.
Working 10 hours a day during weekdays still doesn’t feel like it’s been a very productive holiday, but it sure does beat sitting around at home doing nothing. I probably should pick up reading/writing/drawing or something during the weekends.
Pottermore is covered in snow & I’m actually so excited about that.
The boy is coming up in 6 days yay!
I love how Mean Girls quotations can make it anywhere in any situation <3
So I got pickpocketed today when I was at KLCC with the family. One minute I was holding my hotdog for lunch, and the next when I reached into my bag to take out my phone, it was missing. Retraced my steps, asked the cashier at the bakery, went to the concierge to ask if anyone had turned in a missing phone but I knew it was all useless. Once you lose something in a public place in Malaysia, the chances of you getting it back are extremely slim. The thing was that my bag was still clasped shut when I reached in to take my phone out. So it either dropped out from the side of my bag through the gap, which seemed quite unlikely because my phone was lodged pretty deep in my bag, or someone reached in and took my phone as it was seriously REALLY crowded today. And even if I HAD dropped my phone on the ground, whoever picked it up didn’t turn it in or chased after me to return the phone back to me. So I went and lodged a security report & went to Maxis to have my stolen sim card terminated and replaced it with a new one. Was pretty upset the entire day today.
I’m really disappointed and at the same time not really surprised at the lack of honesty in people. I won’t jump to the conclusion of saying it was a Malaysian or foreigner who took my phone, but basically, whoever took it- SHAME ON YOU. I just got this phone in July, and sent it to be fixed that took a month’s time, just customized it YESTERDAY with floral stickers and NOW it’s gone. FOREVER. THE FRUSTRATION. URGH. I obviously do not so well with Samsung Galaxy S4s. Maybe this is a calling for an iPhone, haha.
I’ve always wanted to decorate my room with lights or stars or something, so when i found fairy lights on sale at only RM12.90 i bought them and made the most crooked heartshape in the world (tried to spell my name but it wasn’t even readable), haha. Happy holidays! :)
So this came in the mail for me. The collage of screenshots during all those moments when Skype froze really turned me into a puddle, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
So this is pretty much what my weekdays look like for Dec-Feb.
6.30am: Snooze alarm
6.45am: Get up
7.30am: Go to work
12pm-6pm: WORK WORK WORK
6pm: Go home, dinner, sleep
Working 10 hours at a childcare’s centre is no joke. Thank god for the sufficient number of staff there because otherwise I think I would just die from exhaustion. My current work requirements don’t really take up a lot of physical or mental strength, it’s just that being in the same place for 10 hours a day kinda does tire you out, even when you’re not really doing anything.
But it’s cool. Still a pretty nice workplace, excluding the sad pay.