(Alamak, wait, wait - before that let me own up that I stole the bowling pics from me nephew Ayub's web album - teequeues Yoob!)
The Annual Clan Bowling Tournament found me in the team yang paling corot - consisting of 2 off-form ladies (previous top pin-slayer Dr. Sue, and me), 2 gutsy drainers Rozanna and Aniqah, and the only thorn Ali to roll the team's first of only three strikes. So we won the prize for the team with the most potential. YAY!
However hubby bagged a special prize - sehelai kain pelikat - for being the highest male scorer.
Munie contributed a couple of strikes for the winning team, whilst Syirah was just happy not to be part of mine.
Lunch of Nasi Lemak Jalan 223 and Ikan Bakar Sambal Hijau Sg. Penchala was sponsored by Nini and Salleh, and hosted by Rose and Rahman. And December-borns were celebrated with doas and a huge chocolate moist cake courtesy of the gang of Ram and Lat.
Owh, and snacks of Keropok Lekor Losong during the rolls was provided by yours truly;
just back from a V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N in Ganuland.
And here's the other fun happening:
Munie and I got ourselves surrounded by a group of inimitable blog-yakkers -
Desert Rose & Edelweiss, Kak Teh & Kama, Shahieda (in red top), Pi & Radiant Galoh!
Eh eh where is mamasita? Mammamia! She was inspiring everyone into colgate smiles..
(My, my don't I look well-fed after my gastronomic holiday on the east coast?)
The meet-up, organised by the glamourous mamasita, gave hubby the opportunity to chat with the gentleman behind the Sakmongkol nom-de-plume - Dato' Ariff Sabri.
And it was such a pleasure to meet Kak Teh, Shahieda, Pi and Raden Galoh in person for the first time and to realise that they come across exactly as in their blogs. Wow!
How could a group of cyber makciks and kakciks fill the Seoul Garden with so much aura and vibes (read gay chatter) I just can't explain, but it was hard to pull ourselves away from there to get back to the bowling awards ceremony.
It was indeed a fun day Sunday to remember!