Gong Xi Gong Xi everyone!
Hope you peeps had a good break during this festive season.
I know I did. It’s by far, the best CNY I’ve ever had ^_^
As everyone knows, CNY is broken down to 15 days. Ahwell, lets not go in order shall we?
Us fockers are never in order… spontaneity ftw!
Uncle Mike and I en route to buying more CNY stuff
=P In this case, the doggy gets the ang-pows !
But before everyone came however, mom & I managed to camwhore first
Yee Sang, a dish traditionally known as being the epitome of prosperity was indeed a must for our family as well. Only that this was our own enormous homemade Yee Sang!
Anyway, more and more people came and I felt so YOUNG amongst all people from the 2nd and 3rd generation.
But whee! I don’t feel like the youngest cousin anymore after Aunt Pauline came. Well, she brought her sons along and I’m the tai kar che (big sister) now!
Apart from being at home, we also headed out to East Ocean Seafood restaurant nearby for lunches with the guests and more. Well, that’s where we usually should there be any special occasions or celebrations ^_^
Oh and remember when I mentioned that this year was the best and most special Chinese New Year I’ve ever had? My heart’s beating again after the fall and well, he’s the reason
hmm.. looks like u really meant it when you said u were gonna.
<3 for going the distance, you’re sucha sweetheart
A 6-hour journey is tiresome I know
Anyway, deciding not to be so traditionally rigid, we went for tea at Secret Recipe much later in the evening instead of the usual Chinese foodies.
I still have 2nd thoughts on this dress but Mom wanted to take a picture of me so yeah. Could it plausibly be too girlie for me? Or does it look alright?
This was taken opposite grandauntie’s house.
What’s even better than having an auspicious double occasion? It was granny’s burfday and we decided to celebrate it together to coincide with the CNY season!
how was yours?