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Bloggers' Meet Sweet Memories

I was looking through my photos folders this afternoon and I came across these pictures and they brought back wonderful memories!  Bloggers' meet-up for the first time for me ever since I started blogging in January 2008.. almost going to be 6 years! 
 
Guess who?  
Remember meeting this famous mother and son in 1Utama in Dec 2009..
A very brief meet-up cos my son has "jetlag" then...
                    This picture also needs no introduction...
Such sweet ladies with Small Cat... that time he was really small, right?
Not looking at the camera cos he was busy with something else...
something more precious..
hahahaa....
On the very same day, we met up with Cynthia and her Princess...
They came in the evening after work... 
Too bad we didn't have time to linger longer...
I remember receiving a phone call from my SIL..
"Pestering" us to go home for dinner!

Well, looking back and now, we truly have gone through a lot, didn't we?  
If not mistaken, these pictures are at least 3 years or more.... 
The kids are bigger now whereas we ladies STILL look the same...
(if not younger....)
Life is very fair, right? 
hahahahaa.... 

Comments

  1. Ooh so nice, i haven't met any of them yet haha :p

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  2. Hey!!! We also met for the first time in 2009!!!!
    http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2009/11/23/hi-hi-bye-bye

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  3. And in 2011, we met in Penang...
    http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/tonights-the-night

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  4. And in 2012, you came to Sibu...
    http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/all-that-is-good

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  5. So when will I see you again...???

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  6. knew all those famous mums. haha. yaloh, their kids all grown up. Time flies. All those sweet memories.

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  7. I look younger now. *perasan* :P

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  8. ken: cos you are based in Penang!! :)


    stp: is it 2009? then i got to dig dig again! :p

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  9. Not much change in you too. Young as ever together with the ever ready smile. Sometimes good to browse through old pictures and bring back sweet memories. Cheerssss!!1...

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  10. stp: wah... you have all the records ah... anyway.. my first meeting with the ladies bloggers for the first time in KL... another post will be the men.. hahaha... you, eugene.. bananaz.... siapa lagi? cannot recall much nowadays... so when will you see me again? lets wait for Wee Kean to decide... if they go, i might follow... :)


    rose: so you know them all, right!


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  11. cleff: i also got a picture of you.. but u sure wont let me put up one.. i know.. hehee..


    irene: yes.. one day both of us must take a picture together!!

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  12. oh how nice!! it's always such a good pleasure to meet up with nice blogger friends huh?? hmmm, i have only met Mama Kucing and Small Kucing, and yeah, that Small Kucing was still a baby back then~~ haha!! sweet memories for sure :)

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  14. Hi Claire.. nice to meet you back in those days.. it's a blessing to know you! how time flies...

    p/s the comment deleted by author was posted by me.. suddenly realised I was using my bro's account.. hehehe..

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  15. Time for you to meet them again?

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  16. I only meet you this year 2013... hehe...

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  17. Kathy: i dont feel old... Hahaha


    Cyn: yeah... Time flies

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  18. Mun: meeting up can be fun.. Hope to see you one day...


    Sharon: yeah... So far yours is the latest...

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  19. Hah, sure bring back lots of good memories!

    Why not you plan another meet up with these people at the same place, take the photo at the same angle, then compare then-and-now photos? Hehehe~

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  20. Hayley, that is a good idea... maybe we can gather more bloggers to meet up too! :)

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  21. Ohh..that photo brought back a lot of sweet memory. I thought that was my first time meeting mamarazzi too, if not mistaken.

    Then met you at Ipoh and we went for a short vacation to Sibu. That's awesome!



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