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Friday, February 15, 2013

A simple yet relaxing Chinese New Year Holidays

Sorry for the long hiccups as I was totally on my 'tong tong chiang' mood because I can't wait to sleep rest at home. This year was rather a peaceful and relaxing festive celebration for me, as I did not want to do any cooking at home, thus me and family had planned to settle our reunion dinner at a restaurant which we did. Manage to skip the cleaning part..**hooray**

People will tend to ask and think why I am such a boring person, come on is a big celebration of the year, right? Well, if you know my daily routine job, you will definitely understand why I choose to recuperate at home, partly to rejuvenate my weak body. I also need to regain my 'qi' when the holidays end. And if you don't know one of my ears is having a tiny problem. When I come across a very loud noise, I can feel something is poking my eardrum which makes me feel extremely uncomfortable.Sigh...sign of getting old.

**A pot of daisies at my house** Now, my house no longer looking bored, right?

Hubs and big E headed up to the north with in laws but I did not follow. So, small E and I have been camping at my parents' house for the past four days. I always feel good when I am back to their house. For a very obvious reason, I am always the apple in their eyes..LOL!! 

And the rascal has been destroying granny's orange not one but many but Granny still act cool. She has been too kind to her. If me, I would have taken out my 'magic wand'.


May everyone has a jolly and fun CHINESE NEW YEAR!

23 comments:

  1. Best Chinese New Year - spent with one's loved ones with peace and quiet all around. Relaxing, not tiring!

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    1. Yes..very relaxing. I am enjoying those moments.

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  2. Oh, I remember my daughter treated the mandarin oranges as balls - my mom, too, acted cool and ignored her. Mine was so spoiled!

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    1. LOL!! Those oranges are too soft to be treated like a ball. My girl poke and squeeze the juices out.**must spank** lol

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  3. Eat out is wise option if too tired to do the cleaning and cooking. If one day my MIL mogok, I will ask my whole family to eat out also.

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    1. Hahahhah...I think ur MIL will be very happy to cook for everyone when all of you gather together to have a lovely meal.

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  4. hey Ling, I do not find you a boring person, in fact you are such an interesting gal.. either you are doing this or that, going here and there tasting good food, baking, cooking, taking care of your princess-es, joining food competition, attending events... WOW! and the list goes on..you are a REAL Multi Tasker if you ask me and doing a good job too!! Hurray for LING!

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    1. Hahhahah...live life to the fullest since I am a boring person. Must find something to do, so that mushroom don't grow all over the house.hehehheh

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  5. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you & family :)

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    1. Same to you, Yen. Happy Chinese New Year!!

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  6. I totally understand what you mean about having to take a break during CNY. I'm not like that but it's good to hear you're recharging you chi. :)

    HAHAHA

    Your magic wand comment made me laugh out loud Good one.

    Your daughter looks adorable in the photo!

    Happy Chinese New Year to your and your family Yee Ling! :)

    Gong xi fatt chai!

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    1. Yes, if not enough Chi,I will go havoc. Just like loosing a pair of hands. Worst if I got sick, I still have to get up from the bed to get the girls ready to school. That's why have to take good care from getting sick.ehehehheh

      Ooohh..magic wand.heheheheh. Very powerful one. Guess your mom will have one back then.

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    2. My mom didn't have a magic wand.

      I guess I was a little too naughty for that to work.

      She had a magic *LOG*.

      It's the metal tube from a vacuum cleaner. I don't think it worked really well though. ;)

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  7. Those flowers are gorgeous! Happy CNY to u too, dear!

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    1. Thanks Shirley. U have a wonderful CNY celebration,okay.

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  8. gong hei fatt choy!

    had quite an easy and chillax CNY even though we worked pretty much during the festive break from home.

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    1. Gong Hei Fatt Choy, Eve!

      Even though you guys worked pretty much, but I am sure you all enjoy all the fun and laughter moments together.

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  9. Husband's up North but you stayed put here, you pregnant ah?!! :D

    Happy Chinese New Year to you and family :)

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    1. Ahahhahha...I always enjoy staying at KL.

      Happy CNY to you and family too. Cheers!

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  10. We also like staying at home and didn't go anywhere during the CNY holidays. Just sit at home like in jail but still enjoyed it :) Lil E is so pretty!

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  11. Gong Xi Fa Cai Mummy Ling! Those flowers are lovely! I bet your garden looks beautiful with this flowers.

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