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Went to Shasha's house yesterday. Sending Gegurl (Amoi) she had ordered and frangipani I've planted for her. Brought my kids along and Syamil are such an amazing navigator, my living GPS that I can always rely on.

Located at Sg Long she stays at housing area called Windsor, red brick house design. Her blog was name after the housing area. And that was how I met her through blog and she also attending my book binding workshop.

Lunch was served with platter of foods and desserts. And she tapau me her muffin, banana cake & yummy chicken too. Syamil, Arissa and me had a great Sunday. We went back late noon with full loaded of foods. Thanks Shasha for being such wonderful host:)


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