What had happened during the past 2 months? Pictures speak louder than words, agree? Here goes
We celebrated our boss’s birthday with a special Udon birthday cake from Yiling Confectionery. My impression of such 3D かわいい cakes will just be bad on the taste buds but I was wrong. They make good cakes at reasonable prices!
Soon after, it was the last day of our intern (again). Off we went to Fish & Co. at IMM. We were so hyped over the lunch but we left with a huge disappointment – not with the food, but with the service. I sent a complaint and through some missing communication in between, the manager called me within 30 minutes of my submission of a second feedback. Jensen. He was patient and professional enough to explain and apologize for our misfortune. One of the most important thing was that he sounded genuine. It actually felt like he holds the service standards of the Fish & Co. at IMM with high regards – no joke.
Sure wish that our fun little interns had a great time here and brought valuable experiences with them as they head back to school
Then again, who can forget about the food that we have in the office. Oh man! FOOD!
As the holiday mood seeps in, I met up with 2 of my ex-colleagues for a different type of ramen at Marutama Ra-Men (The Central, Clark Quay) for a catch-up and our little Christmas gift exchange. How time flies when you are having fun gossiping away and pin-poking at one another *lol* Can’t wait to meet up with you – Esther and Michael again. Mr. Tan and Mr. Ang, I hope you will not put aeroplane the next time we are suppose to meet ;p
Christmas shopping was madness as the big season draws closer. I received the most number of presents this Christmas and spent also the most on presents. Like they say, the more you receive, the more you gotta give (haa). Nonetheless, this is one of the most fun Christmas ever as far as I can remember (^-^)v
It’s a mini Christmas potluck dinner with the pack of rats on Christmas Eve. Little 一心, with her adorable smile and cute gestures, was no doubt the center of attention that evening (and the one with the most Christmas presents).
There were lots of food and booze too that evening. We had beers, red wine, champaign… *hiccup* The catered food from Hans was not bad! Delicious homemade pasta too ^^
It was present time at 8:30PM. We were too anxious to wait until Boxing Day to open our presents. Some of them had been sitting there since November! The owner of the house distributed the presents and then we started tearing those wrappers apart like scavengers! OK, I might have exaggerated that a little… The presents were gone sooner than I could remember.
That marks the end of 2010 with the exception of my New Year’s Eve. Nothing spectacular for New Year’s Eve – just some home cooked dinner spread and lots of TV and hibernating in preparation for the new year ;p
How did you end your 2010?