Went on a shopping spree just now. Got cuff links & a tie for Iceman’s groom suit, bought my SKII moisturiser, bought a whitening mask (first time i’m trying it… getting married is making me vainer than usual), bought a Biotherm makeup base for my mom… and got samples (and a free umbrella) from SKII & Biotherm! Yeah!
My best buy? A pair of shoes that cost $12.90 from Heatwave. They should be able to match my evening gown… and ‘cos they’re so cheap, I don’t mind buying another pair if I find something better. Else, these should work too. Yippee!
I love shopping sprees. Wee!
P.S. We’re also looking for a cravet for Iceman’s tux for the wedding… didn’t see any at Robinson’s… or maybe I missed it. Any idea where has a good selection of cravets?
P.P.S. Searched online and found a shop that rents out cravets. Heh.
Sigh… bonus is coming next week… I asked HR to type our bonus letters faster so we can get them earlier… but she said she’s not superwoman. Hehe. (HR, I hope you’re reading this). I’ve been eyeing this LV bag for the past month… I know it’s rather common ‘cos I always see ladies carrying it on the MRT… but I find it really nice!
Sigh. If only HR could type an extra ‘0’ before the decimal point on the letter…
I’m also eyeing this Sony Ericsson T707 handphone… the specs aren’t as good as my Nokia N82 but at least it has 3G, unlike the LG Icecream flip phone.
I need big bonus, HR. BIG BIG bonus.
Last night, I tried what Kelwin taught previously in order to add a line spacing between the paragraphs. I tried for 2 over hours but ultimately failed, and I ended up sending an e-mail to ask Kelwin for help again. When I came to office this morning however, the line spacing was there between the paragraphs! Gosh! I checked my codes and I have no idea how it happened. Unfortunately, together with the line spacing, there’s also this rather big gap from the title of the post, to the post itself. Sigh. I give up… more space is better than less space.
Anyway, here’re some cute pics my dad took of Horlicks and Pinky over the weekend.
To distract Horlicks from eating my mom’s orchids, my dad thought it was a good idea to let her eat the pandan leaves. But she couldn’t reach… so my dad placed a tool for her.
I’m told that after Horlicks came down, Pinky followed suit but we don’t have photographic evidence of that. Heh.
Pinky, next to his favourite DHL box.
Horlicks, full after a meal of pandan leaves.