Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Welcome Back To Ipoh

My sister came back for a short holiday to visit us. She will be here for around 2 weeks and I will be taking her to "eat wind" here and there, now and then. Starting from tomorrow, I will be playing tour guide again... maybe taking her to the same places as I did with my Canadian friends last 2 weeks. LOL.. my tour guide job seems to be ongoing....

Besides welcoming my sister back home, we also love to "welcome" the goods she has brought for us. That is the best moment... the goodies and our pressies.... Here are part of the things she gave us...

the foodstuff...

her own grown walnuts in her house in CA
fresh and nice...

34 comments:

  1. Clair: Looks like she brought you a nice haul of presents. Have fun on your trips around town.

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  2. Claire oh Claire, you've been sooo busy these few weeks! Busy entertaining all your friends & family from everywhere HOH! Not sure are you tire or not... BUT you're definitely happy ever! Hope you're having a fabulous time with your sis!
    Cheers, Kristy

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  3. Home grown? wal lau eh? What are u going to do with them?

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  4. fishing blog:yeah, will have a merry time ahead till she goes back..


    kristy: never ending entertaining and makan-ing...hahahhaa...


    kathy: yes, on her trees in her garden.. just now cracked some open and eat la.. fresh!!

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  5. So many goodies. Mmmm walnuts, love it.

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  6. My dear friend...thank you for your words of comfort and the reminder that our Lord is always in control. Please know that I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

    xx

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  7. That's nice. Hershey's chocolates. Always the best gifts to give. Those walnuts look great. Have fun being a Tour guide...:)

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  8. sjb: me too..love them chocs and all


    lynette: lets continue to uphold each other... thanks..


    mrstupid: must go diet first..hahah...

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  9. wah......i want to come back leh.. long time din c her..miss her

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  10. wow, so many goodies :D coincidentally, i'm waiting for my guest to arrive from the States tmrw ;)

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  11. That means she has a very huge garden to grow those nuts. :p

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  12. a lot of items she carry over. not over weight at all?

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  13. cool Claire. Got be a licensed tour guide :D can eat wind while at work :P

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  14. CA? California? So you have a sis in the US. Been there before? My missus would buy those nuts but I'm not a fan and I find it tedious having to crack them with a nutcracker. Lazy lah... Hahahahaha!

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  15. i miss ipoh food T.T especially the famous kaya puff!! oooohhhh.... and many many more...

    haizzz... eat eat eat, eat only i know! =.='

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  16. Remember sister, if you are lost in Penang, please let me know,i will go and show you the direction, this weekend, no problem.

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  18. you have a sister in california ? patutlah.. i always read about your sister in the US :D

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  19. you have a sister in california ? patutlah.. i always read about your sister in the US :D

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  20. you have a sister in california ? patutlah.. i always read about your sister in the US :D

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  21. Beside welcoming a person back home, everyone (old or young) will be most welcoming the pressie ones bring back. That's lot of fun.

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  22. looks like your enjoying yourself being a tour guide wor!! hehe. i mean not bad lah right? get to play and eat ma!! hehe.

    jen

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  23. That's quite alot of food! i love walnuts, nice to eat as snacks! ^^

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  24. wahsei...first time i see so big walnut lah....from canada imported sumore and home grown...geng ler

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  25. Voila...homegrown..yea as Kat said what are you going to do with them..make sure share with us..hehehhe

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  26. have a good time with your sister and enjoy the makan makan again!!!

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  27. Wow, home grown walnuts....nice to bake walnut bread leh....LOL!

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  28. home grown walnut! wahseh...

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  29. So many goodies... mebbe you shud pass come to Cynthia so that she can bake some walnut cookies for you! LOL...

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  30. Wah home grown nuts! So cool! looks just like those that chipmunks would have loved! Hehehe... Really salute you, to be tour guide again. It's definitely not easy to be driving around here and there..

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  31. I see a Hershey chocolate. Sure lots of goodies for you to eat. :P

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  32. wah.. I wish can ask her tapau my sister and family back too.. hihihi....

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  33. hehee.. walnuts.. yes, very fresh.. i hammered a few yesterday.. next time when i migrate there, i will plant walnuts too! *dream first*

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