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Pre-Christmas busyness

The past week has been moderately busy yet unbelievably tiring. But it was definitely a week of many firsts.

Had a good time nuah-ing at LK's house and discovering rock band. Lol.. Realized i missed hanging out with lots of people though. hopefully this season of my life, i'll learn to manage my time and reach some kind of equilibrium.

Had a Christmas mini dinner on fri - Sharon, Isabel, Ai and Jean's friend Eileen came over and we cooked! It wasn't totally like 100% awesome food, but think it was pretty good if you knew how gabra it truly was. But I really admire JEANNIE POK for being so game, sporting, positive and having such a large capacity to host and be so giving =) it was really fun - i really enjoyed just sitting back and talking to Bel and Sharon. Wah.. feel like i learned alot of stuff just in those few hours alone.

Topped the week off with shopping date with Darius and Zhini!!! =D Had great great fun catching up with them - miss you guys! Not to mention that Darius intro-ed us to this flea market at NAFA (Middle Rd) and I spent $50 bucks getting 2 jeans, a scarf, a jacket and a top! =) Hoho.. And of course, enjoyed just hanging out with Darius and Kang twin 1.. Felt like could just start talking to them even though haven't seen them for goodness know's how long.

This week gotta work work work. But I'm really excited about Christmas and waiting to catch Sheila in this ultra-confidential drama! Jiayou Jang!


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