Monday, November 21, 2011

Today 今天 ...



Today ...


1. I am 47, realized I forgot my wallet when I reach Kuala Lumpur after an hours drive from home. I seem to be forgetting things, I hope it is not something serious. 
2. The weather is bad and raining almost every evening, last week Wednesday's heavy rain caught me in the traffic jam for more then 2 hours driving home from my lecture.
3. It is wishful to expect any snow here in KL but christmas trees are everywhere now displayed in almost every shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur.  
4. Although after my cataract surgery that I do help my wife on house chores, she is still doing most of the house work. 
5. I do love Lightroom. It was between Picasa and Lightroom (that love/hate ended with me parting Picasa)
6. Our TV at home is still a 28" tube type for maybe 8 years. Maybe its time for those LCD/Plasma big screens.
7. I am still trying to decide on a point and shoot camera as a second camera to my DSLR. 
8. It is almost 7:30am in Kuala Lumpur now, I am quite hungry without money in my pocket. So, I will just do some blogging and chew on the biscuits available at the Training Center before my class begins at 9:00am. I am not thinking about lunch yet. Just hoping the day will be over soon with expectation of evening rain so that I can get home early to enjoy my wife's cooking. 

It will be a long day for me
How is your day Today?
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Highlights 凸顯 ...

Lake Garden
Kuala Lumpur


23 comments:

Olivier said...

la photo qui cloture ta journee est magnifique et c'est deja beaucoup.

Jorge Muñoz said...

Wong, I hope you have a great day!; it's 8:45 in Puerto Rico, so closing for the day.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Almost 11:30 am here, lunch time soon for our homeschool family.
My husband is at work, and has emailed while enjoying his morning cuppa break and chocolate and treats (which I pack for him).
Most everyone wishes it was still the weekend.......

Farmchick said...

It is 7:40 here in Kentucky in the U.S. Winding things down for the evening. Only two days of school for us this coming week as we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

Chinatours said...

It is definitely nothing serious, i also forget things sometimes, i am only 21, just relax :D)

Theanne and Baron said...

Beautiful yellow flowers against the green! How nice that you help wife with chores...very kind of you. My day has been good with a joyful birthday party for the grandson!

Cloudia said...

Very much enjoyed description of your day and thoughts. I look forward to visiting you here!


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Siddhartha Joshi said...

I guess its not really age, 47 isn't really much! And the picture is awesome, as usual :)

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Hi Wong, today is busy with house chores as usual. Spending a little time checking blogs and playing with my beautiful daughters. Our Christmas tree is up already in our living room!

Duncan In Kuantan

Erika said...

You are very young dear friend Wong. Yesterday it was my birthday and now I'm 62 but in my heart, even if I have some problems in my family, I feel as I was 40.This morning I have to do my house chores, to cook something for my husband and my son. In the afternoon I'll go to gymnasium. On Saturday I'll prepare our Christmas tree and "presepe".
I think that the very nice flower of your shot is a broom ("ginestra" in Italian language). Isn't it?
I'm sorry you forgot your wallet...but I'm sure that some of your colleagues will lend you some money to eat something at noon.
Enjoy your day!!!!!

Joop Zand said...

It's here now 08.45 and the weather is bad.....it's raining.

Lovely picture Wong.

wish you all the best.

greetings, Joop

s.c said...

Hope you are well Wong. At 12.10 AM I am surrounded with fog and the radio just announced that it will be till tomorrow morning. But I am thinking about the things that I are going to do the rest of the week and that is lighting up my day. (Except bringing in my car for a big overhaul) . I am planning a book about my former colleague's and have to do a lot of talking with them on all kind of nice spots. So I have really to do something. Have a nice evening.

smalldot said...

I am 27 and I forget thinks.. many thinks.. so.. don't worry :)
have a great day!

JM said...

A lovely shot to brighten your day. It's lunch time here now, so you must probably be driving home or already at home. And tomorrow is another day! :-)

BrandNewStudio said...

Congratulations for your point of view
Greetings

Traveling Hawk said...

Sorry for you, Wong! I hope that meantime you are safely home and with...a full belly! My day was not so great today either. I am still recovering from my flu. Have seen a doctor today because one of my ears hurts. She call me again in Thursday. The weather is gloomy and pretty cold, 1 degree Celsius. Tommorow I have classes and must prepare.

Bob Bushell said...

Raining, as usual. I'm sorry that you have mislead your wallet. A brilliant flower still, well taken.

Carmen Negoita said...

After the 8 hours of work, I try to feast on some blogs entered, then I will deal with a small project. Monday is always a day when I mobilize more difficult after a two-day weekend.
It has not rained, but the fog was very thick. It feels like winter is close. Tomorrow I hope to be better.

Carolina Tavares said...

The small flowers delicadesa these leaves. Beautiful.

Laura.M said...

Wong. I have a 60 and there are times when I forget things.
a hug

BERMAXO said...

Que bonitas imagenes Saludos

veredit said...

now it's late evening 10:37 PM and Monday is a long day for me at work. It's cold in North Germany - perhaps it's snowing the next days and our old half-timbered town has decorated for Christmas. It is a beautiful Christmas market in the middle of the city and many tourists mingle with the residents of the city to enjoy the atmosphere. But the best there is at home ...

Good night - and my best regards
isabella

Nathalie said...

I hope it ended up being a good day for you.

There's no TV in my home, I used to fall asleep in front of it after dinner. I got rid of it.

I spent 3 years in S'pore as a child between the ages of 6 & 9. My (French) father got a posting there. I loved it. I love your photos of KL. Somehow they speak to me.