This is one of my favourite songs of all time. It’s A Long December by the Counting Crows. Yeah it is my era, and gives a really nostalgic feeling. Try spotting one of the actors from “Friends” in the vid πŸ™‚

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It has been a long year. I am glad I got through this year with all the financial uncertainty at the beginning. Thank God that I have paid (almost) all that’s due, with a bit to spare as my tummy can testify.

As for resolutions this year, they are just not my kinda style. I believe in more of a daily/weekly resolution if you know what I mean. So I thought that year end reflection was redundant.

I was at Grace Assembly Klang this morning, and was blessed by the message (tho I slept) when I realized that it is not all about the resolutions. It is also about reflection.. on the blessings we received, and on the mistakes we made.

What was I doing in Klang? I visited Jessica who brought me for some delicious bak kut teh in the morning at Teluk Pulai, and then to some curry mee nearby after service.

What a month in food it has been. Apart from the usual good food I have for lunch in the Sri Petaling /OUG / Serdang area, I had time to visit some old favourites during the holidays.

It was good to visit the Subang pork mee again. The wait is as long as ever, but the food is still of the same standard. Of course it is the company during that wait that enhances the whole experience.

When I followed David’s car to and fro Camerons for the Youth Camp, I knew I was surely in for a treat. We stopped at the duck mee place in Bidor when traveling both ways to have some delicious wu kok (yam puff). I wanted to have some duck mee on the way home but the place is packed at 4pm!!

In Camerons, we stayed at CheFoo in Brinchang and the BBQ there gets a worthy mention. Aunty Grace’s marinated chicken and pork chop were finger licking good. We also dropped by You Hoo restaurant in town and had some wonderful Indonesian curry fish. The rest of the food there isn’t bad either.

Another place I was shocked to find full at 4pm is Carls Jr in Megamall. The place there is rather small, and we delayed our lunch all the way until 5pm to finally get a seat there. But I’d say it was worth it. Just ask Pat. It is beginning to become one of my fav restaurants too πŸ˜‰

Oh yeah we just celebrated his birthday at the new Fridays in Pyramid. The food there ain’t too bad. I tell you I heard that stupid birthday routine more than 5 times tonight. Hope it doesn’t get stuck too long in my head. Tht dudes are right.. they need to come out with something fresh man.. and doing the American thing without the American accent is just weird..

I have eaten at Sakae Sushi for the last time. I recently had it at Pyramid (again) and I have to say everything there was terrible – from the service to the food. Absolutely terrible. If you want to eat Jap in Pyramid, the best place to go is still Sushi Zanmai.

Speaking of Jap food, we had a mini SMK Seafield 2000 5F reunion at Jogoya in Starhill. After reviewing many other blogs, I find that the menu changes a lot from time to time. I guess it is down to luck on what food you get. The pick of the bunch from our visit are the cheese escagot, king crab, and the ultimate ice cream : Haagen Dazs belgian choc *drools*