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So its march 2010.
I’ve been away for a few weeks: wire-less.
A lot of things happened the past month and I couldn’t care less to blog about them. Yet, I thank u my dear blogger friends who have dropped by despite the silent from me.
Hmm..Chinese New Year was spent in the hospital visiting my father who had an accident while using a parang. Deep cut in the hand. Lots of blood and he lost a few veins. Incident time: 4pm. He was only taken to the hospital around 8pm the same night by mi hubby after he fetched me from work. Gosh..i wish we were back earlier that night. But there were no way of communications. Thank goodness J was there that time. By the time everything was settled (my father admitted to SMC), it was 12 midnight. The next few days were spent by all of us taking turns visiting him in the hospital.
That was ChineseNewYear.
School holidays were also working holidays for me, fortunately. A good one and a half week away from work was healing and refreshing. Our office premise did a lot of facelift. That explained the unusual holidays given to all staff.
No extraordinary activities or recreations took place, since we have to take care of a very special patient at home then – father. Hehe..he was doing fine but it will take time to heal and I can see that he is getting bored with the limited things he can do with the big bandage still attached to his hand.
And so, it’s mi hubby and the kittens who kept me company all the time. I couldn’t get my hands off them.haha..they’re getting bigger. All 7 of them. I love them too much. Maybe its because they’re the kittens of our lost cat..whom the whole family never had enough of. We loved him too much. And now we love his kittens wayyyyyyyyy too much.
What about Valentine’s Day?
Hehe..nothing special. I have a date with the whole family since all of us went to visit father at the hospital. J and I actually managed to bite a lunch at my favourite food stall in 1B (while the rest of the gang went shopping) and we were served by an ex student of mine who whispered to us “Happy Valentine’s Day”. That was cute.
The rest? – is history.
Let the March-ing begins!!!