my week in pictures

march is ending soon and i really wonder what i’ve accomplished in the three months of “slacking” at home >m<

also, i find it sad that i’ve been conditioned to think that people who don’t work are somewhat useless for not actively helping the economy. i know this thinking is wrong and i really hate it because it makes me feel like i am a useless piece of shit and i actually became randomly depressed because of it.

recently i walked out of my brief period of depression because i finally thought things through. i am actually actively contributing to the economy by doing online shopping.

i am a really useful person after all! *smug* <– do not blame me. this is a result of watching too much “Thomas and Friends”

so without further ado, here’s my past week in pictures!

at the playground

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my unbiased opinion tells me that my twins are getting cuter by the day. i bet every other mother feels the same towards their own kids X’D

adventures in the kitchen


i have not cooked in more than a year and it is evident in the sorry state of my pan-fried salmon (the fillet was too thick and i totally forgot how long it takes to cook fish).

however, do not be misled by the messy picture, it was actually quite tasty!

– potatoes cooked in butter and dried parsley
– vegetables sauteed in olive oil
– salmon pan-fried in olive oil



can’t decide on which colour to buy? just get both.

at home


my two boys wearing their new clothes. poor junpig was so upset at being teased that he wanted to remove his pink outfit >m<

don’t ask me why i dress my son in pink, he was the one who picked the colour!



i have 7 square cushions at home and some of the covers have seen better days. so when i saw these Vannerna Lappar fabrics on sale at IKEA, i grabbed 4 bolts without checking the design (i thought they were random floral designs, you see..)

when i unrolled the fabrics from the bolts i was quite amused by the designs X’D

three of the bolts featured big lips (google “Vannerna Lappar lips fabric“) and the fourth bolt featured these errie-looking eyes. i had a good laugh at what IKEA has to say about this fabric…

Pattern with wide eyes; can be used to create curtains, cushions or other decorations that make your child’s room colourful and unique.

indeed. it will definitely make your child’s room colourful and unique, but i’m not sure if your child is able to sleep well with so many pairs of eyes staring at him/her. the twins are so scared of these eyes that i may not need to use my cane for a while.. haha..

that’s all, folks! how was your week?

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