Sweet like Truffles.

On the 9th of April, we took Truffles home with us. Kawaii settled really quickly into his furever home and we were told of a little puppy that needed to be fostered stat or he might end up with fear aggression. On the first Sunday of Kawaii’s departure, Flo and I made our way to…

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Kawaii Goes Home.

Today, Kawaii leaves the first home he has ever known – the Rennetan Home. I don’t know if he really understands that he’s leaving, but I believe he has a gut feeling and has been a bit more mopey the last few days. Also, he’s been taking every opportunity to claim belly rubs from us.…

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Down and Out.

Arroooooof!! It’s me, Kawaii, again. I’m back with more tales of my life with my fosterers, Natalie and Florian. Last week, I fell ill with Kennel cough. It isn’t a very nice sickness to have because it got me feeling quite tired. Natalie tried to wrap me up like a burrito to keep me warm…

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Maroon 5. Matilda. March.

It’s been an exciting month. Earlier this March, Florian asked if I was free one Thursday. I was. And so, Thursday turned into date night at Maroon 5‘s one-night-only concert here in Singapore. Flo managed to get some tickets at the last minute so away we went! It was my first time inside the National…

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Cooking with Love.

Since the 11th of Feb, when my world suddenly seemed bleak for a moment, I feel a world away to how things felt to be only a month back. Funny how a single month can change so many things. Right now, I feel like I’ve found my centre. That’s not to say I wasn’t happy…

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Rose-scented Watermelon Cake.

One of the things I’m most grateful for, and happy about, is time with my BFF. Pearl and I have known each other more than half our lives now and we’re both grown up together, shared secrets, travelled together, cried on each other’s shoulder over boyfriends, watched each other get married… Life got in the…

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Lung King Heen, Hong Kong.

Celebrating Mum’s birthday on a special mother-daughter holiday was an experience. What amped up our visit to Hong Kong was lunching at 3-star Michelin Lung King Heen, a first for us both. Being typically ‘Kiasu‘ (afraid to lose), I booked way back in November last year. My previous solo trip to Hong Kong, I’d tried…

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