Hope everyone is in good health.
I still learning how to write for the e-Source. And thanks to my children, I have managed to do it.
My family are fine and they are busy with their own work and busy schedule. With the arrival of my grand-daughter, Eu Shin (“You Han” 悠涵 in Chinese), she has brought lots of joy to us.
Almost everyday the topic was about my little Eu Shin.
Pee Yong is having her hands full taking care of Eu Shin despite her heavy schedule with the restaurant. Fan Yee is back to work after a break of two months plus and she was back on track for her duty.
My two sons, Fun Foong and Fun Yen were busy with their studies and activities as usual.
Fun Foong came home every week from Kampar to his part time job as a tuition teacher. His girlfriend Jing Yi, also busy working as a temporarily as a kindergarten teacher.
However, Fun Yen is not working as he is busy practicing for his ballet performances, Romeo and Juliet (this coming 1st & 2nd May 2010) and Cinderella (in Sep/Oct 2010).
My son-in-law, Chin Sai is very much commited to his line of duty in Johore. He is currently on duty as “Ajutan” which is the personal assistant to Chief Officer in the Army Camp. We haven’t seen him for quite a while. Hopefully he is able to take leave to come home to see his family.
We went to Langkawi during Chinese New Year where we stop by my in-laws’ house in Perlis. Here we share some of the photos.
My carefree boys enjoying the trip
Eu Shin is too young to follow us for this trip and also due to the unpredictable weather. Chin Sai & family decided to stay in Perlis while we were on this trip.
Recently, we brought Eu Shin to I-City in Klang. This round, she enjoyed looking around the place.
I wish I could have spend more time taking photos of my grand-daughter whenever I’m home.
Well beside the family, we still haven’t forget there’s another “baby” which needed our attention too.
OUR BIG FAT
Lastly, we hope you have enjoyed our photos.
King Lin and Pee Yong