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Bought a big plate, blue porcelain from Pasar Karat, Johor Bahru for RM35

Certain day when I just reheat the food for brunch, the big plate seem very useful

I normally skip my lunch due to long teaching day.
Instant food at any nearby place seem convenient enough.

I love succulent plant, but it always die eventually, so
I bought 2 fake plants from Material shop, good for prop of my product photo shoot:)

The basil seedling

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Lady Windsor said…
to be honest..i really like the alas meja old newspaper tu..kat rumah memang i guna alas tu..simple and praktikal kan...:) and of coz pinggan pun cantik juga..rasa klasik!

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