I know I am slow to join the fellow ranks of Instagrammers. But, but, but! I finally got myself an Instagram account after much pestering from my friends (i.e. peer pressure).
Okay, my Instagram feed isn’t all that exciting because I’ve only just started out. But oh well, I’ll slowly work on it.
So… uh… follow me on Instagram @enialeeee?
The closest we'll get to having everyone in the same country
A belated Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, everyone! 🙂
I can’t believe it’s already 2012.
Singapore’s National Day came and gone (it was yesterday). I got the following email from my brother:
Mum & my brother watching the National Day parade (below in the background) at Ritz Carlton
Wah lao. Enjoying THE life, and then come rubbing it IN MY FACE. Did you notice the last line?
BUT YOU OBVIOUSLY AREN’T, SO TOO BAD.
Too bad, you know.
Not even, like, we’ll go again the next time you’re here, or something. I feel so loved. (Sarcasm x 1000)
Because miso mature
And to end this… Here’s another picture that I received on Whatsapp…
Happy (belated) National Day to all the Singaporeans who are away from home (like me), and who have families who rub it in your faces (like mine).
Finally settled down, and Week 1 of Semester 1 ends tomorrow. Lectures have already started, eeks.
Grandpa ushering the year of the rabbit
This is a little bit belated but, here is a photo of my grandfather ushering in the year of the rabbit during my last night in Singapore.
Soon after I returned from my trip to Seoul, I came home to discover that the family went into full-fledge CNY (Chinese New Year) mode. The house had been tidied up, save for my luggage which they were waiting for my to return to clear up. A lot of my stuff weren’t in their usual places, I spent almost half a day trying to find my things.
This year’s CNY was an amusing one. It was the war of the tripods at my grandmother’s (Dad’s side) place. Every year, all my relatives come armed with their stylo-milo cameras. We only take full family pictures once a year, so it’s sorta like a big affair.
Thank you, everyone who sent me their wishes and lovely gifts! Felt so loved! Haha.
This was how I spent my birthday this year. Can’t believe it’s already the new year and I just turned another year older… AGAIN! Sigh.
Kinda can’t help the fact that most people’s birthdays come annually huh? Oh well.
The gang planned a day of roller blading and cycling for my birthday but… unfortunately the weather refused to cooperate with us, so it was Plan B – Monopoly Deal.
About a million and one new restaurants seemed to have sprouted overnight in Singapore during the time I’ve been away. So, I’ve been pretty excited to try them. This time, I finally got to try the all-day breakfast at Wild Honey.
The menu is written on the blackboards surrounding the counter where you place your orders. Very… environmentally friendly? Continue reading