I was browsing through the websites this morning when I came upon an interesting site known as Ian Leaf Britain. You can go ahead and click on the link to find our more information and especially the take on living in Great Britain. I have attended my second sister’s wedding to a Caucasian in Southampton last year and she should graduate from her PhD programme by middle of next year. It had been 5 long years since she left Suchou, China to study in Britain.
Today is a public holiday and I plan to have plenty of rest to recover from my flu. Work can wait and making money is not as important as having a good health.
I was immediately down with flu after eating a yellow tim sum bun filled with egg yolk and oil! Yucks! And the tennis coach liked it so much, he recommended it to my spouse and specially waited for this item. After having 2 of such buns, I began vomiting and threw out all the buns and their contents. This could be due to food poisoning, but according to the doctor, it was due to infection. So, he gave me anti-biotics, cough tablets, phlegm tablets and cough syrup for $66. I also did not enjoy the cruise; slept throughout the entire cruise except for dinner and breakfast on Superstar Libra for the second time round. Did not watch any shows either.
Last Sunday, I went for Fit for Life to collect a free goodie bag for the first 500 visitors at SPICE, formerly known as PISA in Penang. Inside the bag was a packet of wet towels and hand sanitation gel in a small bottle that you can keep inside your handbag. I also bought myself an RM 10 bag of soya powder packet, The Star newspapers plus other goodies like cream crackers, etc. Also went for a free bone density test that states that I have osteopenia, the beginning of osteoporosis, but I think the test is inaccurate and not valid as I take calcium supplements and drink Nestle Omega 3 milk almost every day.
I sold more than 150 stamps still stuck to envelopes yesterday for RM 25 which is considered very cheap as I get them free of charge, having tear out from letters of tax invoices, etc from various companies. It was banked to my Public bank account and on the same day, I couriered it out to Sabah via City-Link. People are not rich, but with the little that they have, they are willing to spend on their kids or for their hobbies to keep going and having interests of hobbies. I gave her extra stamps since I have collected more from the time it was listed on mudah website for her sincerity. There are many con artists lurking around mudah looking for easy cash by cheating people like you and me.