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Today a bit malas (lazy) to write long long, so, gonna post pictures instead. I uploaded these into my FB account and thot that I could share some of them with you. Stop sneering at me! You've had one of these moments yourself....admit it! :-) Sometimes you forget time (and hunger) when playing at the park. For the kids, they can continue playing till the cows come home. For me, there's this very short track around the playground that I walk round and round and round and round and round and......till it's dark. I find that very therapeutic! I thot this was a really unique shot taken at a rather unusual angle of a pair of....SLIPPERS! I don't know who walked away without his/her slippers but it was there and it was ALREADY QUITE DARK outside! The great thing about this park is that it's neat, quite nice, big and not many people are there during the weekdays! They don't need expensive toys. They need sticks! For some reason, kids' fave position is always upside down. Isn't it great to be a kid??? LOL! I don't remember ever flying a kite, really. Sometimes I wish I could. The kids were laughing, parents are laughing....sigh...beautiful!! I love this picture! Aren't the clouds nice nice NICE??? Was at my in-laws' house when they went on their holiday in Australia. I was just standing at the balcony and then saw the perfect model for my handphone camera.....a FLY!!! Just sitting there....modeling and waiting for me to snap a picture.....hahahaha! When the going gets tough, what do you do? You LAUGH, of course. It's the best decision, after all, isn't it? This is a book belonging to a friend of mine and she kept insisting that I should take it! I really need a good laugh, actually. :-) I stay very near Patrick Teoh's Damansara Village steamboat restaurant and have never been there. This is the first time we are there and the food was delicious. A little pricey but the food is good. Love the steamboat soup! The kids kept on eating fishball and all those processed food....dunno why. The chicken and beef were not popular with them. But all the better....the adults can have that!
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