I had a pretty interesting week. I had to do the
Also, I went to do my Chest X-Ray at Sea Park earlier this week.
It was so cooooool. My first X-Ray. Hahah. I’m such an excited rabbit. She asked me to change into this blue robe that only covers the front. I had to stand facing this mechanism against the wall and pose like a little chicken . She reminds me of my dance instructor, straightening my back and putting my hands at my waist, elbows forward. Then she asked me to breathe in really hard and hold my breath when she gives the signal.
After that, mum had to go to the bank to do some stuff for my visa as well. In return of the whole day spent on my visa documents, I had to wash the car in the evening. Fair trade. I kinda do enjoy washing the car once in a while. (I repeat, once in a while.)
I went shopping with Dee last Friday too, wearing my favourite beanie bought by my close friend from Singapore. While shopping, I found this really pretty white laced corset bra at Forever 21. It costs RM40… Oh why..
When we stepped into H&M..
Dee: We’re gonna focus on finding a cropped top first.
*2 seconds later*
Dee: OH MY GOD, THAT DRESS SO CUTE!!!! OH MY GOD!!
Life with Deirdre Wong.
Anyway, we couldn’t find any nice cropped tops since it’s Autumn/Winter season everywhere (Gee, why bother when it’s Malaysia) so I gave her a cropped top and a pinafore skater skirt for her birthday. She fits the cropped top perfectly. D: Lucky girl for being so petite.
After my meeting with my college counselor, mum, sis and I headed to Petaling Street. I drove from college since mum just put medicine in her eye.. I hate driving in KL. There was this maroon Proton.. Moronic driver.
I’m starting to enjoy taking photographs with the retro app on my Samsung S4. Photos turn out pretty nice.
Famous wanton mee at Petaling Street.
This is only a quarter of 1 out of 3 aisle. They even sectioned the wigs according to colours. Pretty cool huh? We found this HUGE costume shop somewhere in Petaling Street. They had soooooo many things there, it’s unbelievable.
That’s a real electricity hazard there.
So nostalgic. I used to have a fish lantern to play with during one of the Mooncake festivals.
Super cute magnets. I like the fish magnet.
Tea Set. I picked it out It was only RM39.90.
I wouldn’t have guessed these were nail polish if it wasn’t for the tag.
After Petaling Street and Central Market, we headed to Pavilion.
While visiting Daiso, we saw a lot of new weird items.. This porcupine glove mop thing is quite adorable.
Anyone wants to be a doggy? LOL.
Corn Cutter was one of the weird inventions they had here. Others were tomato slicer, potato cutter, garlic skin remover………… Endless weird inventions.
Betty Boop Phone cover.. I don’t think I can fit that (Let alone my phone) in my jeans shorts pockets.
Ohh ! Last night when we were at SS2 night market, we finally picked up the mini rice cooker. 1 each for me and my sister. She lives in NZ, and I’m about to go to NZ to study.. This would be the easiest and most convenient object ever.
Mine’s the cat one, while my sister’s is the one with the pink flowers.
Till the next entry! (:
Catch up on what I’ve been doing for the pass week.
Had Penang-style Curry Mee for breakfast.
Mummy bought bak kua. Yum yum. (Well, not the whole stack, of course. That’s insane! Haha)
Shopped a lot, we walked a lot for 3 days straight, and there’s this cool tailor outlet with a huge button as their door handle.
We dropped by Uniqlo the next day, and guess what we saw? This furry leggings are so ugly, but felt so comfortable. LOL. There’s another one with multicoloured Aztec print.
It looked way too classy for a chicken rice restaurant. LOL .
ODD is the word for the shop. Those are really weird long sleeved pajama-looking clothes.
Tofu Cheesecake from Komugi. YUMMIEST TOFU CHEESECAKE. Actually, I don’t think anywhere else sells TOFU cheesecake. It’s so divine, you guys just have to try it out yourself!
Till the next entry. (: