Today must be my lucky day 😀 I have just received an email from ReviewMe. They have approved my blog. Whopidee Doo!!!! I can start to do some reviews for them soon. I submitted my blog a few months ago but was not so lucky then. I tried again yesterday and they replied in less than 24 hours 😀 Looking forward to doing reviews for ReviewMe.
We decided to try our luck at Bangsar Shopping Centre as we haven’t been there for quite some time. There were many parking space available and we managed to get one. I guess it’s because there isn’t much to see in this mall, unless you like to watch people 😀 We used to do that last time, just sit at Coffee Bean or Dome and watch those rich people driving up in their big and fancy cars 😀 Sometimes we could even catch one or two celebrities ;D
I used the paste for my vegetable soup dinner and it was pretty good. I didn’t buy any seaweeds because they were rather expensive at the fair. After hanging around BSC for an hour, we had early dinner at Deli France. Fed Ashley her food and then we left the place. Guess it’s really very difficult to go to the mall during weekends, especially when the right time for us (2.30pm) means peak hours. *sigh*
BTW, this is NOT a sponsored post ;D
When I was ‘kaypohing’ at other mommies blogs, I saw this tag and wonder when I’ll be tagged 😀 Ahhhh…then I saw this mommy leaving a comment in my paid posts, asking me to do it and also this mommy has tagged me too;D So, here we go –
Four jobs I have had in my life:
Stenographer at a mining company in Ipoh (2 years)
Secretary at a mailing house in Toronto (3 years)
Head of Admin / Secretary for an engineering consulting firm (9 years)
Maid in OUG (2 years)
Four places I have lived….err…I have only 3 places:
Ipoh (the city famous for beautiful leng luis)
Toronto (the first place away from home)
Kuala Lumpur (the city that never sleeps in Asia)
Four Countries I have been to on vacation:
Canada (does it count??)
Four of my favourite foods:
Pan Mee in OUG
All kinds of beancurds
Four places I would rather be right now:
Shopping on Oxford Street
Shopping in Hong Kong (after reading LaundryAmah’s post)
Somewhere by the beach
Chilling with my good friends in Ipoh
Sometimes she even rest her legs on the table while sitting on the chair…just like a boss (slaps forehead).
I know, I am insane ;D
Of course I am a bit jealous of him. We are eating the same food and yet he is losing more than me! This morning, I stood on the scale again. Yep….still 3kg lost and not a gram more. I thought maybe there is something wrong with my scale. I got down, picked it up, shook it a bit, bang on it and stood on the scale again. Same thing! Sigh…..maybe that’s all I’m going to lose.
I wonder when we would stop this diet. If you have been a dieter before, you would know how difficult it is to go back to eating normally. There is a fear inside you that you would put on weight eventhough you ate just a small piece of cookie. My husband said the first week of this diet is the toughest because his tummy was growling so much. LOL.
The packet of milk has about 1/4 left when I found those bugs. I called their Customer Service right away and the lady who took my call asked me to keep aside this packet and they would send someone to retrieve it from me. A few days later, their child nutrition advisor dropped by. She asked me for more information like where and when I purchased this milk powder. I told her I bought it from the medicinal shop nearby. She took the packet back for testing and will keep me updated on the results. Before she left, she also gave me a bag of goodies –
A cute bag and t-shirt for Ashley and a box of dug*o in its new packaging. The nutrition advisor called me up last week to keep me informed of the outcome. She said their lab found a tiny hole at the bottom of the packet. Guess that explains how those pesky bugs were inside. I still have 3 packets of milk powder unopened. Must really check them thoroughly ;D. Luckily the new packaging now comes in a box so there is extra protection. Scary!
Come, Wet, Go, Head, Cookie, Shoes, Doggie, Sit, Bubble, Milk, Chair, Book, Dirty,Auntie, Uncle, Cheh cheh, Kor Kor,Ball, Nice, Soup
Besides calling us Daaaa di and Mi mi, she also knows Kung Kung (grandpa), Mah Mah (paternal grandmother), Por Por (maternal grandmother), Yee Yee (her aunts). My mum taught her how to say Tesco and today when I tried to teach her the word “shopping” (my favourite word), she said “Tasco” *slap forehead*