中秋佳节之际

Last Thurs during our dinner @ Sushi Tei, everyone seems enthused to organise a “Moo Moo Nite 07” (mid-autumn party). Main purpose behind it was to clear the mooncakes we had at home or office, and oso to taste on different flavours.

NL who wasn’t at the dinner knew about such arrangement via our msn chats on the same nite, and so sent an email out to the rest on Mon morning to confirm on the party.

I had oso reserved a brand new box of Tung Lok pandan flavoured single york mooncakes, a brand new box Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurant single york mooncakes, 1 whole pc each of Amara hotel and Shangri-la hotel mooncakes.

Responses were totally negative … as usual.

Nevermind, I brought all these home today … for 妈咪 to share with her friends at the kopitiam/hawker.

It was a ‘super hot’ weather this evening. It might not be that ‘hot’ if I could board any of the 4 packed trains only to board the 5th train which air-con seemed to be down. ~_~

Having to carry all these was ‘bad’ enough, but to squeeze thru to get out of the train … **sigh** … Cun those standing near the door just step out and allow others to get out from the train rather than me rising my voice to say “EXCUSE ME!” after a polite attempt.

Ok, it’s 中秋节 today. Will not let these unpleasant encounters spoil my mood on one of my fav festives.

Looking out of the window, I could see a big, bright, round moon high up on the sky.

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Too bad it was slightly ‘hidden’ behind the tree branches 😦

祝大家中秋节快乐,人月两团圆!

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中秋佳节之际

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