The start of my January produced a very sickly old me. This week, I was down with flu, irritable cough and a horrible laryngitis but I forced myself to work still because I know it will be a busy week at work. There are old doctors leaving to go for another postings and new ones to train. But even with a little sniffling nose, I manage to smile when your Monday is greeted with this sweet treat from a colleague going to a new posting.
This is a cupcake from Plain Vanilla. I wanted to try their cupcakes before but never got the chance. They have this cute shop in Tiong Bahru which I hope to visit soon.
It was also time for Naj’s last dose of his 6in1 vaccination. We were so happy that he growing so tall and heavy now. He can fit into his white Converse sneakers that his Tita Cath gave him and that we found his green dragon neck pillow again (Thanks Aunt Ping!)
I am such a proud mama that he just let out a yelp when the vaccine syringe hit his thigh then no more cries. Such brave little boy! I cannot emphasise enough how important it is to get our kids vaccinated. Don’t believe the lie spreading around about vaccinations are bad for our children.
Here are a round-up of links I found online that inspired me this week that you might enjoy too:
I miss eating balut! Look Americans reactions when they were trying to eat ballet (developed duck embryo)
Our pope suggested some New Year resolutions for all of us.
How to Pack the Best Lunch Ever
Ways to know the open door is from God
Difference between needing and wanting a person
10 best places to retire. Yes! Dumaguete was in it. I agree.
What every college girl should know in entering college
Why we need to move in our places 5 times in our lives.
What is the one trait that will destroy a marriage
Biggest Discipline Mistake of parents.
Jesus is not a vegetarian.
Ways to build your child’s focus and attention span.
I will be off to mass soon and we will later go to a little barbecue party for our housemate’s mom’s birthday, And yes, I am feeling much better. Thank you very much.