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We Had Joy, We Had Fun, We Had Seasons In The Sun!

After our lunchie, we adjourned to Lakeside to "look-see"... never know that there were so many new houses here with fantastic view.  The lakeside was indeed very beautiful, I must go there once more, the scenery is indeed breathtaking.  Reminded me of some China scenes...

Back to my post, we didn't stop at the Lakeside to take pictures, the hot weather was not encouraging either... could easily get sunburn stopping by the side... Best to go in the evening...All we need then was a cooling place to have some kind of "fun"....
  Two are "missing" in this picture..
One is the photographer and another left earlier.... 
Let's get ourselves seated comfortably...
Printed out a few chinese songs.... 
Let's get the ball rolling, Elin!
Sam Hui's song is one of them....
Not sure what made me laughed...  maybe having some problem with the chinese lyrics!
After all, I am a "banana...."
Fann Sing.. Lau Toong...
Woh Lei...Toong Loe.....
Well, at least someone is singing here...
Thank you Boon for capturing these pictures!
Too bad you were not in the pictures la!
Singing Alan's Tam Pang Yau *Friends*
The chorus was just too fast for us.....
hahahaaa...
The Potential Singers...

Ok, let's sing the last song...
Auld Lang Syne....
One for the album!
Thank you, Elin, Nancy, Adeline, Jenny and the Lee Sisters...
Of course not forgetting "Datin Tan" who took all these pictures of us!
THANK YOU!!



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  1. This is the sort of thing that would keep you all happy and young!

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    1. I believe it does.. age is just a number.. hahaa

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  2. wow, this is indeed a very nice activity!!! someone plays the guitar and the rest sing!! how many of us are still doing this?? such a great bonding!! look at all the young ladies there, I can already hear angelic voices singing in my ears already!! :)

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  3. Oopssss!!! Commented on the wrong post, awaiting approval some more. Tsk! Tsk! Too many rounds, all confused... LOL!!!

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    1. Too many rounds of what, Sir? Whisky on the rocks? hehehe..

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  4. wah got singing summore! very fun activity in the evening!

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  5. Nice! It must be fun. So next post would be on the lakeside view is it? ^^

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  6. Can see that all of you have joy & fun. Everyone is seriously doing their part.

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  7. So when is the next get together to have some more fun, songs and laughter, lol....

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    1. Who is the next to retire??? hahaha... Wait for May Tan... go to Boon's house again!

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  8. Wonder Mama Kucing like to sing anot, can go sing sing with Mama Kucing if she likes to sing, hehe...

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  9. Wow, jamming session some more! I wonder what will I do when it is my turn to retire. Hopefully I can earn enough to retire well before the retirement age..

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    1. Sure you can! I have confidence in you.. hahaha

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  10. Wow! wow! wow! Can tell from the photos that all of you are having so much fun!

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  11. wow, didn't know you can play guitar! i'm impressed!

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  12. How wonderful! Such a loving group of beautiful ladies having so much fun, I wish I could hear you sing! And you play, Claire. Maybe you could do this a few times a year? To stay in touch.

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    1. Yes, I hope we can stay in touch even though we retire..

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  13. Wow very happening activity and gathering wor, especially you holding the guitar, hou yau ying!

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    1. Cham mm tor... hahahaha... hope there will be another session soon!

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