Thankful Today: Beginning, Clean, Read, Light

Last month, MamaJ asked for support for her photo blogging challenge. I thought it was quite interesting and so I signed up for it. I won’t be posting everyday, but on topics that I have interest in. 3 days of December have flown past, but I was too busy to find time to blog. So now I’m doing up the first 4 days at one go.

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Beginning

Our ROM
Our ROM

We celebrated our 5th ROM anniversary last month. The beginning of our life as Mr and Mrs L. I’m always thankful that I have met Chubby in life and we started our journey together. Thereby giving birth to our two adorable kids. We have our ups and our downs, especially these days where the tension with my MIL is getting a tow on us. Nonetheless, I’m sure we will take it in stride and walk down the remaining journey together.

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Clean

Loi @ Playground
Loi @ Playground

After visiting the playground near my Mum’s place, I’m really thankful that the playgrounds near our area are still decently clean. I remembered the playground for my estate area use to be quite dirty when we moved in 2 years ago. However, I noticed that they have trimmed the trees around the area and clean it up. So now its much cleaner. However, I still prefer the bring the kids to this playground which is a little further but slightly bigger.

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Read

Miss Loi
Miss Loi

I’m thankful that there is lots of bookstore in Singapore with decent supplies of children books for the kids to read. Even if I can’t find them, I’m also thankful that Internet connectivity is good such that I can purchase my books online and at a relatively decent price. Children books can be quite expensive and they outgrow some pretty fast. So we are also grateful of the libraries that is in almost every “town” and is often well stocked with Children books.

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Light

The Kids @ MBS X'mas Tree
The Kids @ MBS X’mas Tree

Christmas lighting are up all over the country. I’m thankful that we stay in a little country that celebrated X’mas. Yes, it burns a hole in our pockets, but the Christmas trees with all the lighting definitely brought smiles to the kids.

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