This were pictures taken some time ago, back in September 28th, when it was still warm and we were doing 'spring' (suppose to be fall) cleaning. We didn't have a lot of things up yet in these pictures, and by just looking at the pictures, it reminded me how Pipi was still so tiny! when Pipi was sooo little, she was only as long as toilet paper roll. Ah.. so cute!
Dad has been an avid fan of my blog since he discovered it. Hello Papa! :) I know he would enjoy these pictures of our new place. Who could have thought a blog is an effective way to communicate and stay in touch.
First picture is the master bedroom with a detached bathroom outside, which I failed to take a picture but who would want to see a regular bathroom with the toilet bowl first thing visible to your eyes.
Sad to say that everything you see here is from Ikea but the good thing is the curtain is from Target. Haha nothing fancy... just playing matchy matchy here.
The view from the entrance. On the right is the large built-in closet.
The second bedroom with an attached bathroom. I chose to hide the adjoining vanity and wardrobe area due to FENG SHUI reason... yes that's me, sometimes I'm quite superstitious. I believe if there's water flowing down the drain and if you use the bedroom often, you will lose your fortune slowly. That's why Chinese believe that you should shut your bathroom door or shut your toilet bowl, so that your wealth will not sip through the draining hole when the energy flows through. Any feng shui practitioner out there? Please correct me if I am wrong.
It's all organic here for my plants, since I'm growing them myself, I might as well go au naturale. So here you see, organic soil, organic pesticide, organic plants.
The tomato plant, however, is a failure. The flower buds are everywhere but it won't turn into anything. I think we don't have enough sunlight, especially this time around when daylight is shorter. It's still growing though and I'll keep it until next summer just to see if it will be a potential fruit bearer.
Our next project is to get a patio set and then, we are set on that part of the apartment. Then Yew Wai will have his big toy to play with and I'll have my place to eat.
Papa, make sure you show this to Mommy.