Saturday, July 24, 2010

I'm in heaven

I thought this was a rather strange title - no, I didn't supply it - until a friend pointed out it could have been extracted from an old pop song:

Pity the picture didn't come out too well in print.

Here's the haul for the rest of the day:

The institutional yong tau fu stall in Madras Lane

The out-of-this-world linguine carbonara I was salivating over a few hours later at Carmen's. Thanks for the tip, Samantha Fong!

All in all, a great day that kind of paid off for itself, although I DID haul myself out of bed at 7.30am and only got back home at nearly midnight after squeezing in 7 appointments in a single day.

Who says freelance shake legs only?


-keef- said...

an inspiring article. i've always wanted to take the leap and quit my 9-5 job. but it's easier said than done. keep writing...i like your column...:)

Alexandra Wong said...

Thanks for the kind words, Keef. It isn't always sunshine and rainbows either. Many times, it's reminders like yours - that the little observations and life lessons I've picked up along the way might be of use to somebody else - that sustains my belief that I did the right thing taking that leap. Having a strong belief and support system has pulled me out of many tight spots :)

Samantha Fong said...

After introducing you the carbonara at carmens, Im salivating myself now!

Brotherfour said...

For the yummy Madras Lane's chee cheong fun , you should try the one with black soya sauce as well .This is the classical cantonese style Chee Cheong Fun .


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