Happy Chinese New Year to everyone! Especially to those peeps who are loyal, faithful readers of my blog and also to peeps who keep on giving me huggies, but never identifying oneself. Lol.
Today was a fun day for me, except that my darling ipod, Pinky Winky, just chose to rest for this particular important day, the first day of CNY. I seriously dunno what happened to it, batt low. But I just charged it a few days ago, and yesterday when I listened to it, it was still fine! Until today. When I just realised it snoring in the car. Hmph! *grumble grumble* OK. Enough of grumbling. I just can't live without my Pinky Winky, especially when I have nothing to do in the car. -)
First stop was at my mother's side place. My favourite place. Heheh. Everyone gave big reactions when they saw me. Maybe it's because it's been a loonnngg
time since I wore a cheongsam. Since p2/3! =)
"Whoa, qin sui!" *in hokkien*
"My darling granddaughter is so pretty!" *kiss kiss* (that was my grandmother saying in hokkien) =))
"Happy new year!" *fishes out the two oranges*
"Whoa, you so big already!"
"Whoa, you look so different!" -_-;;;
And all those greetings and receivings of angbaos.
The tidbits and the little things were nice to eat. I fear I might gain a few kilos after Chinese New Year. Whatever. I can go to the gym and burn the fats! Lol.
We played blackjack.
I only won $2. Lol. Better than nothing right? =P
Second stop was at my father's side place. Not really close to them. But okay okay lah.
Again, the same things happened.
The big big reactions.
"Whoa, where you buy this ah?"
"Whoa, you look like one of those celebrities!"So flattering
. *blush blush*
Then, followed by the usual greetings and the collection of angbaos.
Then, makan time. The feasting of the tidbits and all.
Then, dinner time. Oohh lah lah.
Finally, it was time to leave after some smoozing.
Third stop was at the dunno what temple. The only thing I liked was I could pat the dogs roaming around the temple. =)
Alright, it's VERY
late now, and unusual for the princess to stay up so late. I gotta go catch my royalle sleep. I lurve the angbaos I've received, especially my father's one! So cool. It's worth it kneeling down in front of him and saying 10 of those auspicious words before getting his angbao from him. =))
And again, a very happy new year to all. Heheh.