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My, my, it's Friday!

Ramadhan Mubarak is here, yo!!!!

Actually, it's been here since last Saturday (22nd August) and without any of us realising it, a week has passed since it started. Only another 3 more weeks until RAYA!! Yay. Seriously, I feel like a kid again for being excited about Raya. But I should save some of the excitement for closer to Raya.

Anyhow, this Ramadhan is showing promising signs of good and happy times especially among family and friends. I think I should take this opportunity to tighten the knit of kinship while delving deeper into spiritual uplifting. How dramatic. But yes, that's what I should do. Life is, afterall, very short and unexpected.

The weekend is just around the corner! Can you smell it?? It's smells like, char kuey teow and tau fu fa... err. Actually, no. What I'm getting at is, I'm going back to Hippo this weekend! Yay. And to top it all off, Monday will be a Public Holiday.


Clearly my mind is not where my body is right now. It's on weekend mode!

So that's what is planned for the weekend. But next week promises a few nice evenings with good friends. Break fast with Nomy (my old choir mate), a paid dinner in a hotel by my hotel contact, breaking fast with Pole Princess & PinkStar, and break fast with Dieselfire (who I have not seen in MONTHS!!). I'm so excited...! Oh, have to remind myself to give PinkStar the goodies from Pangkor (so long overdue. Meeps!).

And with that, Happy Friday, y'all!


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