As the museums are having this free entry for all Singaporeans and PR thing and we were just nice looking for some activity that doesn’t require us to spend much money, the guys decided to have a museum trip to visit the various museums~
In the end, the 2 game freaks – Shrine and Gui were late and I was left waiting alone for 20 minutes! Now let’s take a listen to my stupid friend’s excuse -.-”
Gui: There is road construction all the way from my house to the MRT station!
Me: You were already late when you boarded the bus, so that’s not an excuse! You were playing game, right?
Gui: No, you listen… When the lift door opened, I saw many oranges on the ground! Then the uncle asked if I could help him carry these oranges to 12th floor, so I picked the oranges up and brought them to 12th floor… When he opened the door, there were many oranges on the floor again! So I …
Me: You might as well say when the lift door opened, there were many watermelons instead! Then you gotta carry them one by one up to 12th floor!!!
And then when we finally reached town, excited to finally try my Jollibee, it did not happen.
What happened was I was supposed to try it with Lyn, but because someone in Clique (I forgot who) happened to mention about it few days ago, and the conversation went like this…
Me: Oh I’m going to try with my friend.
Shrine: I also wanna try leh… Let’s go together lah.
Queen: Okay lor. I also haven’t tried before.
So everyone was on about it, which is why we planned to have that for lunch before heading to the museums. And since they all said they wanna try, I supposed they were ready to queue for it, because the estimated queue for Jollibee is 30 minutes to 1 hour?
But who knows upon reaching, they dropped the idea because the queue was too long and they did not wanna wait. Double -_________________-|||
I’m not angry, just disappointed. Especially when people make me look forward to something and I thought I could really finally try/visit, but it turned out to be a “false alarm“, and it’s not because that it’s closed or something, it’s just because of the queue, which has already been very much expected.
Many parts of the museum were closed due to renovation/revamp, so we only spent like less than an hour there. But we still managed to find some interesting stuff inside, like this lighting setup that will automatically light up in a certain order when someone sits there.
Moved on to SAM8Q and due to the Children’s Season, the place has been converted to more of a kids’ place~ Lots of kids in there and lots of kids-oriented exhibitions/activities as well.
Finally went off for our dinner at Victor’s Kitchen! I would be really disappointed if it’s closed because it’s the next thing that I was looking forward to after not getting my Jollibee!
So famished because this was like my first meal of the day after being too disappointed to eat my lunch, so I was busy gobbling the food up, hence the lack of food porn.
Did lots of walking in a day after we walked all the way back to Orchard again~ Accompanied Queen on a lingerie shopping at la Senza and I was very much tempted by all the pretty pieces definitely!!!
I really didn’t intend to get anything, but because they were having promotion for getting 3 pieces and Queen couldn’t find her desired third piece………
So I think it was fated xD
But I totally love it when I tried it on! While Queen was heading to the cashier, she even exclaimed to me, “I am so happy today!” And I can totally understand that!!! It’s superficial but what matters is it makes us really happyyyyyyy~! Hehe!
Off to buddy’s house again and the guys bought Moscato and beer just like Thursday night, except that I did not drink this time round because I gotta wake up early the next morning for JB trip~
Crossed the border with Jeong, Tim and Lyn again on Sunday morning and because we gotta rush back for NDP practice in the late noon, it was a rather short trip~ Visited Sutera Mall instead of KSL this time because I was missing (self-proclaimed) 干爹’s shaved ice!
It’s very much like a normal fried snack actually~ And Tim couldn’t stop munching on it because he claimed that anything fried is nice -__-”
Shopped around Sutera Mall and snacked a little more before Lyn and I rushed back for our practice. Overlooked the time and we ended up being pretty late =/
Went down to the parade square again after revising the dance steps and before we even get to walk through our formations once, we practised with the music and it was quite a mess! But I enjoyed dancing in the rain (:
Then after the dinner break, we were given our new position for the first formation, which means yes, the very much unwelcomed changes again. I mean we were all so familiar with our previous formations by now after so many practice and at times like this, I really hate changes coming in! But I know there’s bound to be more.
The new formation really messed us up big time because not only do we have to walk a much longer distance to the next formation now, it’s also quite an odd shift! It’s no longer a straight diagonal line up or linear line that I can easily identify and worst of all, I am walking solo with no one in front of me to gauge.
At least last year the whole block of us would reverse, walk down and move left/right together, which I think is more uniform and also easier for everyone, but now it’s like scattered, 各走各的 and not only it’s messy for everyone, it’s also damn difficult for me to find my random marker!
My priority was definitely to get there without any risk of walking to the wrong marker and spoil the formation. But what works for me may not be the best way, and the better way may not be the best way for me if I am not confident that it works for me.
All I can say is this whole new formation really made me feel so incompetent and stupid. Really, really stupid, even though the guy behind me also said he still has no idea how he is going to get to his position.
I’m just sorry that I’m not that bright; I’m equally disappointed in myself too. But the thing is I’m trying. And I have always been.