I know it’s late, but at least better than nothing noh?
It’s the little things you do before Chinese New Year. The “little” things that you do count mount up to “lots” of things to do once your to-do-list comes out from the oven.
5ive things I did with photos..
Getting a new shoe-racks from ikea and do-it-yourself at home. #Without breaking any nails# *tsktsk*
Hand-washing your family’s clothes. Each & every of it. Mostly those bought from Thailand. You wouldn’t want to know how long they hand those clothes in their shops don’t we?
First thing I did after stepping on the weighing machine and realized I was 50-freaking-kgs, with my big-wide-terbeliak-eyes-opened, I put on my shoes and get on the treadmill. Up-to-date, I have lost 3kgs. (although still think I need more workouts and keep fit that way~)
One of the most important ritual – Going temples to pray grandpa & relatives who had passed of course.
The best of the best a day before chinese new year —>> Grandma’s cooking. We love simplicity. #Tapi apepun, sambal kena ade, kalau tak, tak sah makan reunion dishes#
*There are obviously more things we ought to do.. i.e. wash the curtains, wipe the glass doors, windows.. bla bla bla so on and so forth. The best moment, it’s to put on new clothes on the official day itself and hit got angpaos. *ngekngekngekngek*