I’ve been asked to do a little publicity on a good cause, so here it is! Mercy Relief, Singapore’s home-grown humanitarian non-governmental-organisation (NGO), will be disbursing funds raised in a public fundraising appeal in Singapore to support ongoing disaster relief efforts in South India where devastating floods struck over the past week. It was… Continue reading Mercy Relief To South India – A Call From MAPIC
Receiving gifts is definitely not my primary love language. In fact, I’m not big on gifts unless they really have a lot of meaning. I’m against the idea of push presents because I think child rearing (birthing included) is a joint effort and I don’t want my husband to think that he can shirk any… Continue reading Gifts that give back
Gosh darn it, are we in the middle of January already? Perhaps you might have been wondering where or what we’ve been up to, (or, perhaps you didn’t even notice we were missing). Like many people, I’ve been waiting to get into the groove of things in the new year, but Abacus and I have… Continue reading Spring Cleaning – How about donating your good working items?
We had the pleasure of being invited to attend a Community Chest gala dinner, a first for me. The evening started off with a group of children with special abilities (I prefer that to “disabilities”), dubbed the Super Trouper Choir, singing their rendition of Kermit’s 1979 hit The Rainbow Connection. You can see a news… Continue reading Giving
October seems to be bursting and bustling with activities! There seems to be everything going on for the Children’s Day weekend (why couldn’t we have it more spread out??), and more. 4 to 6 October – The Esplanade’s Octoburst Programme brings free performances, several productions, and parenting workshops, which of course includes Take A Walk… Continue reading Occupy the kids in October