Sunday, 14 January 2007

Slow Sunday...

Today is a slow sunday for me. Woke up to send dad out to the LRT and then came back to have breakfast. At 11am, I headed out for a much needed haircut. I've been struggling and contemplating on where to go for a trim - nothing fanciful as I need to leave the hair long-ish during confinement as I heard short hair causes irritation esp with the chinese custom of not having to wash one's hair for 10-14 days (?). My gd friend Eil advised to have a length long enough to tie up to last for the week or two. Good advice, me thinks!

I decided to go to a nearby hair salon in Atria. I've never stepped in thr since secondary school but tht place is still open - i guess it isn't bad, huh? I went in and told the lady abt my trim.
She looked at my hair and said "you have oily hair". -_-
"No, It's because I haven't washed it for 2 days" (I lied, it was 3 but no point causing panic among the staff, huh?)
45mins later, I came out with a fresh newly cropped hair and I must say I'm pretty happy with the RM49 spent! I have been going to haircuts tht costs more than 10 times more previously (I permed my hair..) so this is actually quite good.

I then went over to look at some clothes in a boutique and found a lovely empire-cut top (for normal ladies). But since it's empire-cut-ish... it suited me well for my new-body! And looks classy as well. I've been having headache on wht to wear these days - Especially to work. I've been wearing too unfashionable clothes to work these days. N has been calling me "MOMMY" (much to my amusement)... cos of the "aunty clothes" i've been wearing. I can't help it. I can't be buying Maternity clothes as they usually are quite big and I've not been putting on much weight.. or they are downright auntie.. or 3rdly, the nice ones i felt were abit on the pricey side. No, i am not spending obscene amt for clothes i'm only wearing for another 5 mths or so.

Then after that, I went over to Planete Enfants to get my hands on 3 Baby Einstein vcds. I know it's early but since i'm around the area and they were having a promo - bought 3 vcds for RM48 only. Got Baby Mozart, Baby Galileo (discovering the sky) and Baby da Vinci (from head to toe).

Got home and popped Baby Mozart into the player.. and boy, that was a boring 15mins (the amt i can endure). Eil told me babies love them. I sure hope so! She said it's an interactive vcd and you should spend time with your baby pointing to him things that are going on on the VCD. I hope i can do tht! I have a feeling i might doze off halfway. But we'll see... I hope the other 2 are more interesting!

Then got home and spent time doing my 2nd most favourite thing - SURFING (the net)!


Daphne said...

tsu lin... come buy the baby einstein dvds in bangkok - so cheap (it's fake)100baht each. Marwin has heaps. It's good to plonk them down in front of the TV and do your own baby things (ie. clean bottles, sterilise plates etc.) Marwin has Baby Mozart too.
Hmm... your attention life span the the VCD seems to match a baby's. Marwin would watch for 15-20min at most before calling out for me. Think I will sit down with him and watch when bigger.

Tsu Lin + + said...

Ooooh... tht sounds nice! Maybe aunty Daphne can get one for my baby! I'm also looking for "Veggie Tales : Lord of the Beans" dvd. DO they have it there? Looks quite fun.
Yeah, I heard from my friend tht you need to sit with baby as it's such an interactive VCD (those einstein collections).


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