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What a Fast Saturday! Time really flies like it is only twelve hours per day instead of twenty four!

Woke up at 8am - sent girl to school without brushing or washing my face... (smelly.. who cares!)

8.30am Reaching home, mum called to go for breakfast... (quickly brushed and washed face then)

9.30am After breakfast, sister came to do my hair... straightening... free of charge! nice leh....

11am - watched our Malaysian men doubles played their game in Japan Live.... lost again as expected....

1pm - sent my girl to Jaya Jusco.... rushed back to watch Lee Chong Wei played and won the singles set....

4.30pm - drove to Jaya Jusco and went shopping alone while waiting for girl to finish her movie at 5pm...

6.00pm - We took dinner in Black Canyon.... took our own sweet time and then suddenly remember have to go church and Labbie was not fed yet!

7.10pm - Reached home, fed Labbie, took shower to get ready for church. Labbie barked cos she wanted to do "business".... quickly took her out and thank God, she did her "business" very fast indeed....

7.55pm - To church on time... hahahaa...

10 pm - Here I am .... blogging away... heaving a sigh of relief that I can finally sit down and do my own private stuff...

11pm - hmmmm...what shall I do.... wanna go Jive? Disco? *yawn* .....

Better go to sleep, Auntie!! Saturday Night Fever is not happening anymore......

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