Sticker Nostalgia

I found in my old drawer at my parents' place a bag of stickers I collected as a child. Among them I found beautiful flower and bird ones, which I think actually belonged to my mother.

I also discovered some "special" ones. The kinds that allowed me to trade them for other valued stickers.

Remember, scratch and sniff stickers?

And furry ones?

Simple Fare

We are here at least once a week. For simple, delicious fare at value-for-money prices. There are literally 2 Chefs, both young, and from Ipoh. After a few years of patronising this stall, we have made friends with the family that runs this place. We've seen their children grow from newborns to little tots that run around the place every evening. We tell them when we are feeling under the weather, and the auntie that helps out will recommend the "right" foods to eat, among other remedies.

I have to have their Claypot Chicken every time I am there. I've never tasted better and I have since stopped trying at other places. Even proper restaurants.

Interestingly, we once saw KF Seetoh of the Makansutra fame with a whole table of friends. They were tucking into Drunken Prawns and other specialities as Seetoh gave a running commentary. Of course I was kind of eavesdropping! haha.

Taking Shaggy Home

After collecting this lovely shaggy carpet from a Freecycler, I realised it was a shade darker than the one I already have at home.

So I passed it on to another Freecycler, who loves it. Shaggy has a new home.

Freecycle Rocks!

A new place to call home

Turning 30 has made me want to do new things.

This Dollop, after much deliberation, is one of them :)