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How Did I Spend My 11/11/11?

Date: 11-11-11


Today is a very special day, because it is 11/11/11. So I spent the whole day sleeping because the night before I slept late so I woke up around in the afternoon. Maria texted me that if I wanted to meet her at night to spend 11:11pm with her so we can make the big wish! After being online for several hours I went to camwhore, because I needed new photos, here's one of them!

Met with Siying for dinner at Manpuku Japanese Gourmet Town at Tampines 1 around 8pm.
Head down to Marina Bay Stands to fetch Maria because she cannot find her way back. LOL.

At 10pm, we headed down to Orchard Road to shoppp!! and visited H&M.
Maria tried the black heels.
I don't know why, but I think the boots are hilarious! Wahhh #likeamodel



We then settled down at Macs, and wait for 11:11pm to come. HAHAHA For the grand wish. It's very exciting la! Because I met her quite late, we have very little time to shop and also was afraid that we might miss the last train.


SO MY WISH FOR 11:11 is to STAY HELTHY AND HAPPY!
I don't know why, but I extremely hate flash shots cos they make my face look oily.


and I will conclude my post with this last photo!


SO HOW DID YOU SPEND YOUR 11-11-11?

Oh yea, check out
Maria's new blog! :)

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