I am happy that I finally get back here again to blog. I have so many things to share but so little energy to do it. I wish you and myself a good Horse year. We all should have Horse Power to work and create and enjoy life whatever may come.
wearing dress, jewelry found in Bali (Yeah Yeah Yeah ^_^), Petit Bateau slip (inside), Prada bag and pumps, vintage Saint Laurent belt (before YSL)
Here is the summer drink that I like and I'll make my son like it too! :)))
It's obviously not summer now but don't you see how hot it is in Bangkok? Just took a few photos and all the ice cubes had thawed away!
You can buy grass jelly powder in any Asian store and follow the instruction on the pack. Normally, it is served with lot of sugar dissolved in water, added some ice cubes and a few drops of banana extract. The result is an extremely refreshing drink. I love it! But serving a glass of black jelly for a kid and make him eat it won't be an easy experience. So I tried to spice things up by using my poker shape mould for ice and the grass jelly too. I added milk with strawberry flavor so he could take in more milk instead of sugar. Yummy Yummy ^___^
If you heart my kid style drink but want an adult version, Annette from The Spices of Life can show you how :)
In this season of festivities, get out all our bling-bling jewelry and let them shine!
wearing Prada dress, vintage crocodile clutch, aquamarine earrings, Bulgari watch and rings, thrift bib necklace and bracelet, Louis Vuitton pumps and Lafont glasses
With all the parties on the way, you can never go wrong with Black, neither can you with Red! Let's take a look at How Do I Wear My Red series from Adrienne of The rich life (on a budget) and Jill of Everything Just So to get inspired by those gorgeous ladies and gentlemen.
Do you like cashmere? I hope you do like it as much as I do to handwash your cashmere treasures. The more you wash the nicer it becomes. Seriously! New knitted cashmere garments often form small balls of fluff on its surface (because we ladies have also our indispensable item called bags that may rub on it), washing will definitely improve the knitting.
I washed my little girl's hooded cardigan with a little bit of mild liquid detergent (without fabric conditioner) in cold water and dried it flat on a towel (avoid direct sunlight) then ironed it on the lowest heat. Voilà!
Yesterday, I was writing the first sentence of this post when my little girl woke up and cried for milk. I clumsily pressed "publish" instead of "save" then logged out! I am so sorry Kizzy that you haven't seen the whole post.