Yesterday was HB off day and I took leave as well. Now that his on perm night shift.. we don’t get to meet each other often.
So, just mere few days to CNY, we are cleaning up the place and decorating the house!
But, first. LUNCH!
Pasta with mushroom soup. My favourite. 😋😋
Our front door! Kitty decor from Hong Kong.
Small living room. The pussy willow from chinatown really jialat. Overbloom already.
Dining area. This pair of hello kitty I got it from the bazzar outside Chinatown Point.
1 more working day and it’s holiday again! ✌
It was really reallly awesome cos this time round we finally manage to ballot successfully the NDP tics!! Even though its just the preview only but really! the emotions were like…
Totally as happy as striking the lottery! Been trying for years! So, this time round, the NDP is still held at the floating platform, we parked at Suntec City and walked over.
We got seats at blue zone and definitely a good view to me! Reached around 4+pm i think so still plenty of seats! Waited till 530pm for the actual programme to start.
This is Desmond Ng performing Xin yao, i remember he sang 小人物的心声 & Kopi-o. HTB was like that was the best local song ever ok!
The Kallang Wave!!!!!!! Damm exciting one.. you gotta standby your ass, make sure you get up in time otherwise you will be the one that breaks the momentum. Its fun lah!! Something that everyone can do together and without any guiding!!
quoted from Wikipedia:
The wave (known as the Mexican wave in the English-speaking world outside
North America) is an example of metachronal rhythm achieved in a packed
stadium when successive groups of spectators briefly stand, yell,
and raise their arms. Immediately upon stretching to full height,
the spectator returns to the usual seated position.
Now the red lions.. its so exhilarating and dangerous!? Pretty hurtful to their legs as well, the free-fall.
ahhh.. the moment im so proud of.
Mdm Speaker Halimah Yacob gracing
Performances put up by the pioneer generations. So cool!!
After the National Anthems..
and today on 9th Aug, Happy Birthday Singapore! I miss you Mr Lee Kuan Yew.