Monday, March 30, 2015

30 Days of Thanksgiving - 23/30

Last week was a sad week in Singapore. Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore, passed away on Monday (23 March), and the nation is in mourning. +3 and I queued up to pay our respects at the Parliament House on Thursday, after 5 hours of queueing from 10pm to 3am. The state funeral yesterday was a solemn affair. What needed to be said about the man was said.

Today, I am thankful for a man who contributed much to Singapore's success. I've had a good education both in the classroom and while traveling the world. I live in a clean and safe environment and have many opportunities to succeed and thrive. 

My life is good, and I am thankful.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

30 Days of Thanksgiving - 22/30

Home made poo spray. Pooping will never be the same again!

Yummy was the one who told me about it and it seeemed relatively easy to make so I got the stuff needed and got round to making my own poo spray.

Take a spray bottle, add rubbing alcohol, essential oils and water, shake it up and ta da! Poo spray.

So how you use it is to just spray into the toilet bowl before pooping. Few sprays is enough to coat the surface of the water in the bowl with essential oils. Poop, wipe/wash, flush. And instead of smelling your poop, it'll smell so much nicer cos of the poo spray!

I like to use peppermint and rosemary, and I've combinations which include citrus scents like lemon and orange. Such a brilliant idea. Hehee.

30 Days Of Thanksgiving - 21/30

Eeks I'm lagging behind on these posts and so much has happened since my last entry.

Am thankful that I have loving in-laws and that trips back to +3's hometown are actually quite enjoyable.

We went back for 4 days during CNY, and apart from the journey which was quite tiring, spending the holiday in Tasikmelaya was really quite nice.

Spent a lot of time just hanging around at home and chatting with family, or going to eat mee at various noodle shops. Laid back and relaxed.

Took a walk on one of the days to +3's high school and ate at a small noodle shack that had yummy yummy noodles - mee bakso ayu - which was beehoon with soup and meatballs and you add ketchup and vinegar and some crackers. Slurp.