Getting back to work after a long long holiday is a pain in the bum isn't it? =P
Luckily, I am a stay home mom who works go around the clock. So, public holiday or not, for me, make no difference what so ever. But, having Mr. Hubby at home for the past 13 days surely was fun. When he went to work this morning, I suddenly feel lonely. Yes, I have a one year old child that need constant attention and make this house feels as if 10 peoples are staying in it, but I do still miss my hubby!
On to more important matter in hand. Do you ever played Paradise Life on Facebook?
I am hooked with this game. I am not much of a gamer and certainly not a fan of Facebook games that require you to get help from friends or neighbors etc. I am also not a fan of game that takes ages to develop, from a small town village to a big city with skyscrapers and such. I always thought that such games are time consuming and tedious - beat the purpose of playing games in the first place. I mean, we play games to ease our mind, relax. But, in such stimulation game, you have to plan, make strategies - all brains and work; tiring and not relaxing! But then, I found Paradise Life. Can't stop playing since! -_-''
But to be fair, I think, because of it's Paradise vibes, I got the feeling of relaxation of some sort. The game involve a couple that are stranded in the paradise, making te best of it, planting crops, trees and tending to animals.Plus, the animated graphics are overall cute and nice. I love it! How ever busy I was in a day, I still make time to at least feed my animals on the island. Such dedications for a game. Weird how we complaint that 24 hours a day is never enough but yet still find the time to play games on Facebook. Haha, I have to stop whining eh? =P
Go on, search for Paradise Life in Facebook, you know you wanted to! =) Jom sama2 kita ketagih main game ni!
Beberapa minggu ni, masa Mr. Hubby cuti, kami selalu la jugak ulang alik pergi rumah parents kami. Kami ada terjumpa satu warung kecik, di pekan Mantin, yang bila kami lalu, akan kami berhenti. Beli air kelapa dan goreng pisang panas2 sedap! Yumm!
Tapi, sye bukan nak bercerita pasal gerai ni (memang service sempoi dan si penjual yang ikhlas dan ceria). Bukan, bukan nak promote kedai mereka juga. Sebenarnya, nak cerita pasal satu momument bersejarah yang ada betul2 bertentangan dengan gerai tu. Ha, monument bersejarah apa? Sye sempat snap gambar, ikut kehendak Mr. Hubby yang excited juga.
Ha, masihkah kalian ingat? Kedai susu klasik ni? Wah, zaman dulu2, masa kami kecik2 kala time sekolah rendah - susu ni kegemaran semua! Kan? Tak ingat dah nama susunya. Tapi sye ingat dia ada banyak perasa. Lepas balik sekolah, mesti ramai orang beratur kat kedai ni nak beli susu. Seingat sye harganya RM1.20 sebotol. Botol kecik je. Sye memang bukan penggemar susu, tapi susu ni sye akan minum, tapi perisa jagung je. Sebab rasanya tak macam susu langsung! Rasa macam air jagung je. Sye suka! Sila tekan button Like juga!
Dan alang2, kalau suka, add la sye di Facebook yer! =)
Boleh tak promo FB sendiri? Kah3....
Ok lah, anak dah bangun pula.
Sambung lagi lain kali.
Oh, dan kalau kalian jumpa susu jagung ni, tolong informkan kami yer! TQ! =)