14 Nov 2010 – This & That
Fri: grand-nephew Lucas‘s high point at present is to ride the sky-train@Changi Airport. Does not take or cost much to make this 2+yrs toddler to be happily running and singing away. Enjoy while it last as he too will certainly grow out of this and will want to ride the fastest train someday! The luxury of being a grand-auntie is that I allow myself to treat and share a scope of chocolate ice cream with him! Lucas has his grandmother by his finger tips but he is smart enough to not try his nonsense with me, perhaps he finds me intimidating 🙂
Sat: thanks to Lena and Pui Ah for introducing The Storytelling Association SIN (SAS has 40+ members). Jessie GOH (In Search of Ralina), Rosemarie SOMAIAH (Hunger), Juriah ATNA (The Chempaka Tree), Kamini RAMACHANDRAN/founder of Moonshadow Stories, Verena TAY (The Gravedigger), Dolly LEOW (Peony Flowers) and NG Seng Chuan (The Incredible Story of the Legendary Dr Faust) all did an excellent job with their storytellings@The Substation. Tonight’s program is Beyond Knowing-Tales of the Unexpected… and I thought that Halloween was over!
Date & Venue: Sunday 14th of Nov 1100hrs onwards@Tanjong Beach Sentosa
Things to bring: a big smile on your face, happy mood, food and drinks.
Attire: Skimpy and sexy beach wear… yeah, right! ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸❤¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪
The rains certainly did not dampen the spirits on this combined Bday picnic celebrations for Beverly & Hakim. My contribution was a home-made tropical fruit salad. Thanks for including me in this international gathering and glad to meet people from Australia, Bangladesh, France, Germany, India and Taiwan.
The fact of storytelling hints at a fundamental human unease
Hints at human imperfection
Where there is perfection there is no story to tell – Ben Okri