Definitely, it’s authentic with the rooster calling away during sunrise and living in a really big house with our own garden.
So, I had my Chinese New Year this year spent at my grandparents house again. The reason to which why I did not spend my Chinese New Year here, right in Singapore was that I didn’t like being here, I prefer the way of life in Malaysia, relaxing and slow paced, of course, time past faster than you could expect.
Not only that, I got to take a look at the new terrace house that we had just renovated and managed to experience a high tide due to heavy rainfalls over the past few days! It was fun with the water coming into our house and rising to our knees in our kitchen! FUNNN!
This was the dog who was sniffing at our door on the first day of Chinese New Year!
Our house’s dalmatian had to seek shelter in the house!
This was the vain me trying to take photos!
A self-shot taken with my sister. Tell me if we look alike?
Here’s my pretty nails that I did for myself this Chinese New Year! IN MINT!!!
Lastly, here’s a photo of me and my adorably looking cute cousin!
Wishing you all my readers a Happy Chinese New Year!
Gong Xi Fa Cai!