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The Season Of Weddings

So I'm done with my wedding ceremony 2 months ago, but the season for weddings is still far from over. So far I've received numerous wedding invitations almost every other weekend.

Today, I just received yet another "red bomb" from my colleague for his wedding early next month. Why do we call a Chinese wedding invitation the "red bomb"? Well, it's like a bomb being unleashed on you because each wedding dinner you attend or cannot attend has to come with the mandatory "Ang pao".

Many good wishes to my colleague, and everyone who just got married or is going to get married soon! Happy marriage life.

A Sausage Named Bob

So I was at Sausagefest the other day with a bunch of other friends for their charity event brought together by the band "A sausage named Bob" and Smart Society, an arts school for the underprivileged.

Sausagefest Event: http://www.isaactan.net/2011/11/sausagefest-charity-event-at-bee.html
One of the stuffs I got from the goodie bags was their CD. Took it out today to listen to it while driving to work this morning, and I felt the songs inside were pretty good. Do check them out should you have a chance. :)


Breakfast At D'Klasik

I don't have a habit of having heavy meals for breakfast when I'm at work, but once in a while there comes a time when I just want to indulge myself in some early morning breakfast.

Just opposite my work place is this restaurant called D'Klasik serving Malay dishes. Well this morning I had the urge to order their Maggi Goreng. To complement the Maggi Goreng I ordered their "Telur dadar". Check out below on what I had this morning. The price came up to be RM5.

It's Christmas In Pavilion

Just a sneak preview of the Christmas decorations of Pavilion KL as seen from the 6th floor. Every end of the year Pavilion KL will come out with really beautiful and elaborate Christmas decorations. This year was no different.

Do check out their giant Christmas trees should you be in the vicinity. Here's to a wonderful meaningful Christmas!