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Thank You For The Foodie Gifts!

I went to two different places to collect my goodies this afternoon! One is from the Pos Laju office.. I bet many will be able to guess who I received this package from....
Such a sweet pink casing box....
Overseas Always Classic...
I haven't tried their mooncakes for many years now...
Since my late hubby passed on, I never buy from there anymore..
They are famous ... for their "high price!" 
I couldn't really afford to buy boxes like those days....
So... I am very grateful that this family sent me such wonderful goodies!
No need to mention name here... 
Just click the word "family" ...
And the name of the Generous Sender will appear.. LOL...
Another place I went to collect my goodies was from Ipoh Garden...
Someone bought me a box of cookies...
And brought back all the way from a 13 hours flight country... 
Thank you so much, ladies... 
One for buying it and one for bringing it home for me... 
I will bring these two Goodies with me for a trip this weekend!!
 YUMSSS!!!

Comments

  1. Small kucing and mama kucing! haha

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  2. Truly blessed. Nom!!!...Nom!!!..with a cup of Oolong tea. Remember to bring your Oolong tea along, hehehe!!!...

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  3. What a lucky Claire!!! The "family" sent to you but not ME!!! Sobs! Sobs!

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  4. Wahhhhhh!!!! I also got the mooncakes. Hehehehehe!!!! Had baklava in NZ, too sweet for my liking.

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  5. ken: you forgot papa kucing! :)


    irene: thanks for reminding me!!

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  6. TM: oh oh.... come, i give you tissue..


    STP: remember to think of them when you take a bite! :) I never tried baklava before.. must be nice then!!

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  7. @Anay...dare not send to you la coz will bikin malu only. The ones Letchumi made ones are much much much more nicer leh

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  8. Wah.....so good! Got people sayang.

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  9. wow, that's nice of them..
    I used to receive and so I usually give away as I don't take a lot of mooncakes.

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  10. kathy: oh like that.. i also want home made ones.. hor!


    chris: i come sg, i sayang u then! hehe...

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  11. sharon: you sound like STP now.. hahaha...


    wenn: my kids love.. so I will be taking them along with me on my trip.. :)

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  12. yalor, so lucky.. busy to go collect your food goodies nice people sent over to you.. i don't have, sob sob.. haha!! :D

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  13. Sk: you are beginning to sound like somebody... Hahaha..

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  14. I guessed who sent you the Moon cakes!!! So very nice to do!!! And the cookies look lovely, too. No one deserves it more than you, Claire!!!

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  15. Thanks Ginny... All my frens are very nice..God bless

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  16. Then i must add tsk tsk, then more like STP, whahahahahahaha.....

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  17. Sharon, you also imitating him.... Haha...

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  18. So generous of Mamarazzi to send you the mooncakes and your friends for buying and bringing back some cookies for you.

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  19. Mun: yes.. They are nice bloggers from all over..

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