Saturday, April 25, 2009

My feet hurt!

Today was tiring and exhausting but very fulfilling.

We woke up very late - around 1030am and lazed in bed till around 11. Then we brought our little ones downstairs for a nice training session and play-time. The garden was very inviting and although it was nearly noon, it wasn't warm due to the refreshing breeze that rustled the leaves constantly.

After that enjoyable session, Alan and I showered and left for lunch. I was craving for curry noodles so we drove all the way to Kepong to a 'restaurant' which Alan has eaten at before. It was a very good suggestion - we had a huge bowl of curry noodles each, filled to the brim with fresh and succulent seafood (cuttlefish, lala, mussels, big prawns, fish slices) and supplemented that with roasted chicken drumsticks. Wow it was very fulfilling and the curry noodles only cost RM13/bowl!! Can't believe it!

We drowsily drove to 1-Utama to burn the rest of our Saturday. We went to Craft Haven and bought a Scrapbook and some stickers. And then went to shop for some clothes and other little necessities. Our last stop was Jusco to pick up some fruits (read: 5 apples, 1 box of durians, 1 big bag of grapes, 2 grapefruits and 2 Chinese pears). hahaha.

Now we are home and I am cooking a simple dinner of porridge...

Friday, April 24, 2009

Our dinner last night

Last night I cooked mah babie a delicious dinner (if I may say so myself). Before I headed downstairs for my swim, I popped all the ingredients below into the rice cooker and switched it ON.

1 cup of water
1 cup of uncooked rice
1 tbs of sesame oil
1 small chopped onion
1 smashed ginger (2 inches)
2 cloves of smashed garlic
1/2 chicken stock cube
1 uncooked chicken thigh

And when I came up, the result was FRAGANT GARLIC CHICKEN RICE! *claps* how easy peasy can it be??

Of course, I supplemented the meal with a steamed pomfret (with sliced chillies, garlic, ginger and sauce) and also a huge bowl of potato and leak soup (with milk). I can't believe it put together such a yummy & nutritious meal in so few steps. I like~!

The husband gave many nods of approval as we tucked in. :)

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Updates of Stalker Saga

My faithful readers,

Here are some juicy updates to a recent saga that has hit me and my husband, my close friend and his wife. If you haven't been following my recent posts, a quick summary will certainly be useful.

There's this mentally unstable person who is spreading vicious rumours about me and my male friend, alleging that we are having an secret affair. She is frantically in love( does she even know what that means) with my friend and now alleges that I have "stolen him away from her", entirely ignoring the fact that I am (a) happily married and (b) physically living in KL, Malaysia. Apparently, she is also blind to the fact that he is getting married this year to a girl he loves and has been dating for a long, long time.

So ANYWAY, this person is scary and has been stalking me on my blog as well. Posing as two different characters "love-u" and ":P" Of course the nicks were not chosen with creativity but then again, we should not allocate her too much respect in that department.

Well, once I got wind of the vicious and totally untrue rumours, and had my pristine reputation slooshed in the muddy longkangs of KL, I decided that enough was enough. My husband and I have handled the case over to the police for follow-up.

The police have subsequently determined that the online stalker(s) /has the SAME IP address (therefore concluding that they are but one miserable person) and also this person lives in Singapore. Worse still, this person works for MOE and/or was using an MOE account to send me very "interesting" messages online. Hell, even the location of the person, whilst sending the stupid messages was even identified. Does the intersection between Nicholl Highway and Bras Basah Road ring a bell? hahaha I am sure we all know who this pathetic cow is now right?

Now if you are so ballsy (also to be read as "stupid") to spread rumours of my friend and I and even dare to write all those untruths on your blog then own up lah. Copies of your blog have already been submitted to the police for further investigation as well. All these serve as proof and evidence of defamation, which will come very handy in court.

This "game" has become so fun now that the ball is in my court. haha. Alan and I have decided to leave everything to the police. We will press charges when the time is right. So tune in next time to find out how the Malaysian taitai will sue the skirt (oh no she doesnt wear skirts) / pants off this miserable unstable wretch!

Monday, April 20, 2009

My fruitful Monday

I am back from town. Went there to sign (many) documents regarding the bank loan for the purchase of our new house. I have never initialed so many papers before - now I know what a superstar feels like. ;p

Then we had a buffet lunch at the ground flour of Alan's office building. Ahhhh very good food - especially suitable for two starving people. The bbq meats just kept coming (mutton, beef, chicken, prawns, squid etc) and on the buffet table was a wide spread of salads and stir-fried items.

Now I am waiting for my only lesson of the day, afterwhich I will bathe the smelly little pooches of mine. hahaa.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

love-u and :P BUSTED!

To love-u and :P

My husband and I were told by the police that you are the same person and they have gotten your IP address. This case is now pending police investigation.

The Scene of Devastion

Alan and I took a well-deserved two hour nap today after dog training and a couple of episodes of a HK drama. As I opened the door stealthily at approximately 6pm today, the below was what met my very eyes...
The aftermath of Silent Devastation

Terrorist One

Terrorist Two still maintains an innocent facade - but HEY he unwittingly left a piece of evidence on him...

Dinner was about exploring something new again. We wanted to hit the charkuayteow stall we had seen in the morning but it was closed. We then popped into this quaint little Jap restaurant (the name is too long to be remembered). I didn't bring my Iphone and hence the lack of pictures but I had kimchii ramen (nice!) and Alan had a sashimi set. We also shared a california maki and also the Jap peas. The bill came to be about Rm60 after a 20% off. ;)

Saturday Sins

Ahhhh A day of pampering with my laogong. We woke up relatively early at 9+am and then headed to The Gardens for a leisurely-eaten breakfast. In order to pursue health, we dropped the idea of eating our usual meesiam at Toastbox and tried something new - scallop porridge at the eatery at the basement of The Gardens. Nice and yummy. Of course, we added a sinful supplement (like a deep fried bun) and some comforting soya bean milk.

With around an hour to burn before our facial, we hopped over to MVMM to walk around. We bought some sour plums and then popped into Harvey Norman. Mission Impossible III was playing on the big plasma screen and I just stood at the entrance of HN staring at my idol..

Soon, it was time to enjoy our much-coveted facial and we headed to Cres for a 2 hr pampering session. Yay.

It was almost 3pm when we emerged, refreshed and rejuvenated. With stomachs growling, we settled for a quickie meal at Penang Cafe. Alan had his usual laksa (more hum pls) and I had lam mee. Nice!

Bill kept us waiting for ages in La Mode. It was a busy day for him. Alan and I trimmed our hair and he rewarded himself for a long week at work with a hair spa as well. It was almost 7 when we left the salon.

The GPS brought us in circles but finally we managed to find Eastern Delights Restaurant - a restaurant that serves up steamboat (normal or porridge form). You don't get the porridge steamboat (if I am not wrong) in Singapore and this was the first time Alan and I savoured it. We ordered some ribeye slices, fish slices, pork slices, fish balls, fish paste, fu zhou fishballs (the ones with the minces pork inside), pork liver slices, scallops, water cres and pumpkin slices. The porridge turned out flavourful and very, very delicious. Although the bill came up to be around Rm100, we decided that we would DEFINITELY come here again!