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Labour Day In Kuala Lumpur

Today is Labour's Day.. A day to stop labour...any labour especially in the house...that is why I "ran away" this morning from the house.... A time to rest....

No proper post to publish because it is difficult to post up pictures using iPad.
Yes, I forgot to bring my laptop along with me when I ran away.... But I remember to take my iPad....

I was in One-U this afternoon, lots of sales going on there....70% in some shops... Such a Big crowd in the mall today...

I am very happy now...not because I bought a lot but because I didn't spend anything for myself...unbelievable but true....

Temptation is strong but I am stronger .. The wallet remains the same, as of now.... Still another few more days to go.... Lets wajt and see....

Meanwhile.... Its time to ZzzzzzZzzz..nite!!


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  1. Pandai lari la you, why not Penang :(

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  2. I also bought a lot of stuffs today . There was sales everywhere.

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  3. You have a lot of willpower, Claire!!! I am glad you take this day to do nothing and just have fun and rest! We have a Labor Day, but it is in a different part of the year.

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    1. Oh how come it is not the same internationally? hhmmmm...

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  4. Take leave on Friday and there goes a whole strectch of holidays for 4 days. Makan marathon kat KL.

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    1. hahaha... I have eaten a lot... so I came back today!

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  5. Hi dear.. Am on leave today.. G's starting his first day at the nursery.. Mum's not taking care of him liao by the way.. Hope you enjoyed your holiday..

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    1. Oh.. .so now you are sending him to nursery.. hope he will settle down soon.. I know how it is like to be on the first week to a "new" home...

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  6. Hah!!! No photos? First time ever?

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    1. Yes, first time ever.. cos using ipad.. cannot load...

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  7. You are wise to enjoy without spending!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral

    =^..^= <3

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  8. Claire, I found out the only way is to lock myself at home. I would not spend more than RM100/week. breath in breath out for the temptation.ahhahah

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    1. waahahhh... so cham! I think I won't be able to do that.. I rather walk and walk... hahaha..

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  9. Temptation ah claire...omm omm omm

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  10. hahaha.. using iPad to post a blog?? yeah, seriously it will be quite challenging.. i don't have iPad but an iPhone, even so demotivating to just want to type comments in blogs, ah, small keypad but fat fingers always give me trouble~~ and not forgetting Blogger is so unfriendly on iPhone..

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    1. Yes, yes... cannot upload pictures from the photo album... so if there is no pictures, that means I am using iPad...

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  11. I was at one u on may 1st. Too bad didn't run into you. Hope you enjoy the rest of your stay in klang valley.

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    1. Oh really... I guess I can only depend on you calling me out instead of me calling u... :)

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  12. Enjoy your stay! Shop til you drop!! ;)

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  13. 1U always crowded, hard to get parking lot!!!

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  14. I live so nearby that place....walking distance actually.
    Anyway I was mourning my loss yesterday.

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    1. Oh dear... really? I must go blog hopping now!!

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