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Feel So Happy Meeting with Two of My Cousins After Almost 4 Years

I have social anxiety, but I don’t feel it with people I’m comfortable with like my cousins. I practically saw them grow up, being the much older cousin. They were the cutest toddlers. It’s true what they say about cousins … Continue reading

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Lovely to See My Cousin After More than 2 Years

We met for a buffet at The Straits Kitchen Hyatt. The quality of food is good and the service very polite and attentive. One of the staff, Huri, took the effort to redo the teh halia (ginger tea) for my … Continue reading

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Thomson Plaza: Interesting Signs & Sights at a Retro Mall

This mall has been around since I was a teen so even though it’s changed quite a bit after being renovated it’s cool to see some old stores going strong.

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Pink Blue Morning Sky

So beautiful at a quarter to seven a few days ago. So glad I forced myself to get up and resisted the urge to sleep in.

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Playing the Piano Again

I’m feeling so happy today. I bought a new piano book at Yamaha (the old time piano studio that still exists in Singapore after all these years). Playing something new helps me assess a different party of my brain, the … Continue reading

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Best Spot at Jewel: We love the French Toast and the View

Haven’t been to Jewel in ages. When we are here, we keep returning to Fun Toast for the view. It’s also not too atas or expensive.

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Tried the Dark Meat Hot Chicken Burger at Shake Shack

Been bombarded by images of this on food blogs, so their social media campaign worked even though I only go for breast meat usually. Seeing the pinkish hue of the meat after I took a bite put me off. Also … Continue reading

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My Sinnamma

My mum’s younger sister is, in one significant way, like me. We are both childless by circumstance. I know for sure that my aunt always wanted kids, but in a selfish way I’m glad she didn’t or I wouldn’t have … Continue reading

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Joined a Long Queue

Seeing the queue get longer I was enticed thinking this must be the best wanton noodles ever. It’s a Singapore thing as often it’s true. The owners were young and friendly but it couldn’t compare to my favourite Kok Kee … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Like Trying Out New Food Places for The First Time

I’m often disappointed. That’s why I keep going back to the same places. I found the Fish and Chips at Big Fish, Small Fish expensive too, at about S$18 including a drink, service charge taxes etc. it might be more … Continue reading

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