Hubby and I took leave on the day our “littler” one turned 2, which was incidentally the fourth day of the Lunar New Year this year… We kicked off the morning with a drive to East Coast Park to have breakfast. She wolfed down the hash brown, and didn’t want to eat the (marginally) more healthy stuff. Oh well, it’s her birthday after all.
Since Jie Jie was in school, little B had our undivided attention. Here she is, confident toddler of two, striding across the sand-patched grass, metres away from the rolling sea.
The sky looked threatening at many points that day, but apart from sporadic drizzles, it didn’t rain too much on our parade. : )
In a nutshell, the drawings were about democracy – a seeing king, as opposed to a blind uncaring one. It got me musing about the former MP who had unveiled the structure, who has become, in a sense, “fallout” from our democratic process.
Overall, it was a pleasant morning, far from the madding crowds who had returned to work. We wondered where to bring the girls for lunch… after a “live” poll of our FB friends, we decided on Privé!
[to be cont’d…]