Back to updating backdated entries!
Looking at my March 2011 folder, I realised that I've got only a few albums and I cannot remember lots of events that happened then. This is what happens when my camera died totally and it also goes to show how reliant I am on a camera in capturing the moments in images and for documenting these memories in words.
Some time in March this year, a bunch of colleagues from the same zone gathered for a buffet lunch at Merchant Court Ellenborough Market Cafe on our common off day.
That was the first time I made an appearance when it came to such gatherings of zones. In the past, my off days were always spent giving 2 to 3 sessions of tuition. I had to make an exception this time as it was a gathering cum farewell for one of my colleague whom I had great working relationship at the branch.
The following photos are taken from my tagged photos on Facebook.
It was a pretty huge turn out.
While updating this post, I realised that for one of the rare occasions, I do not have photos of the food! All the photos are in viv's camera and I did not even get them from her till now.
I've been to Ellenborough Market Cafe twice before this and you can see more of the food spread here and here.
Here's what I wore:
♥ Tokyo Fashion double layer flutter sleeves dress
I'm sure you're wise enough to know that the model above isn't me.
♥ Green Petals bird and flower necklace
♥ DMK nude chunky heels/ clogs
As you can see from the outfit photo above:
1. I seriously don't look as good as the model in that dress.
2. The dress looks a tad sheer and lightweight.
I've to wear a pair of shorts underneath just in case a gust of wind blew.
3. I've gotten my Canon S95 to replace Fujifilm Loyal Pink Bimbo.
I felt so handicapped without a camera that I just had to head down to buy a camera after the buffet.
4. If you're observant enough, you would also see that the background of my mirror outfit shots look different.
I moved back to my maiden home when the hubby was overseas at that time and that's my bedroom with the many bottles of Absolute Vodka (not mine ok?) lining the headboard.
Since you've seen a little of my bedroom from the mirror, I'll let you in on one more view of my room -- the ceiling.
The collection of vodka which signifies someone of legal age to drink is a stark contrast to the ceiling of my room which seems to hint at a child's room.
Glow-in-the-dark stars and planets dusted the path from the door to the the light in what I imagined as the "blackhole".
I put these childish stuff up when I was still in school and even though I've outgrown them, I would not want to waste time and effort climbing up and down the ladder taking them down. Maybe my future kids would love to visit my parents' place coz of these glow-in-the-dark stars.
I'm a little too used to updating events by the month on my blog and since I've switched to updating events as each individual event for 2011, I find myself writing about so many random stuff that trails off topic.