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I Left My Heart In San Francisco

BYE BYE... my six months stay has come to an end...

My flight was at 8pm and we reached the airport around 5pm.  It was just forty minutes drive away from our place to San Francisco airport, even if I had forgotten to take something, it won't be too late to make a detour.  LOL... Anyway, nothing was forgotten... I just left a piece of my "heart" behind, literally... LOL... 

Actually I came back quite some time already, the conditions were still stringent then.  At the check-in counter, they still need to see my Home Quarantine approval letter; and PCR test certificate apart from the usual passport and ticket.  Thank God, all went smoothly..... and soon it was time to bade farewell to my love ones.
Bye... mummy, daddy....
Unfortunately no.... he didn't bring along his passport!
Ok, next time then.... 
Meanwhile... Mar-Mar got to go...
Reached Penang airport via Singapore after a long flight...
Since I had Covid in US, I was exempted from home quarantine...
And I was "freed" after doing RPK test....
It took around half hour only and I was out from the airport...
Time to ravish Penang food!!


  1. I am sure it was heartbreaking to rip yourself away from your cute grandson, so so sad. Bet you miss him a lot every day - if I were you, I would just apply to stay there permanently - dunno about the US but I hear in countries like Singapore, dunno how true this is, they even give special consideration to parents to come and stay with their working children to babysit for them like they will give them extended visas to stay as long as they like!.

  2. your grandkid has grew up alot, healthy & chubby face boy! I believe he can now come to visit you after the border opening on last month.

  3. I love the pics of you and the baby! I know you will miss him so much!

  4. Lovely photos. Hope you will be able to see all of them again soon.

  5. After 6 months helping to take care of your grandchild, it is not easy to part with him.


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