HI all. I have to start with a greeting that doesnt start with SORRY (for not updating my blog). To say gathering cobwebs is now an insufficiently satisfying description. To say “life is slowly ebbing out of this blog” seems much more appropriate!
Oh, forgive me already! I am being literally busied out with planning for our upcoming nuptials (under the eyes of God, no less). We are busy with last min preps as usual and I just developed a sore throat yesterday and a flu tomorrow. Yes thats right, the first few flares of flu are popping up.
Didnt I read somewhere that when you are stressed, your immune system starts to go down the drain too?
I am trying hard not to stress about anything but I do have that shred of OCD-ness in me, like Ee Ling says, IT MUST RUN IN THE FAMILY….hahaha….sibling wise only.
To sum up the activities of my life during my non-existent blogging for the past week, I had a terrific (wait, thats an understatement) – FANTASTIC hens party – where I was surrounded by my caring and lovely girlfriends who all made an effort to be there and help out with the whole 2 day 1 night affair. Special mention to Lee San who came ALL THE WAY down from Singapore (again and again) to grace the event with her presence. Thank you dear!
A big thank you to my gals who wrote cards, made home made cards, brought the food etc – and to the greatest Maid Of Honour, Ms Tan, who pieced the whole thing together- managing 13 guests via email and the sorts is NOT easy, I Know. Buying the props, preparing the games, and the GIFTS – were awesome. I love everyone of them!
Let me try to do a picture summary.
I was greeted with a fabulous veil and magic fairy wand AND angel wings before I even set foot in the room. Other guests at lobby tried not to stare when I walked in with that garb. Then I was ushered to our room on the 9th floor.
We decided to eat before games, so here we are posing at the table. From L-R: Laura, Pei Li, Juliet, Angeline, Joanna (hidden), Shirley, Winnie, Julia, Leesan, Nellie and Annie.
There was a lot of hugging and kissing during this time – so wonderfully loved and blessed I am!
My once in a lifetime Hens Party is definitely going down deep in the books of Sue-Ann’s memory lane. I loved each minute of it and it would not have been possible without my mates. MUCH LOVE to each and everyone of you!