Monday, June 22, 2015

Father's day & Old trophies

Hope you guys have a fabulous weekend. And Happy belated Father's Day to my blogger friends and readers.

We did not go to any fancy place or did anything special. As usual, we went to church on Sunday morning and then did our grocery shopping before spending the whole day at home.


For the man of the house, I whipped up a simple home-cooked dinner on Saturday night. All his favourite dishes.

Lamb stew, stir fried Cameron Highlands lettuce and fried ngoh hiang

And what else I did over the weekend?

Took out my old trophies and gave them a wipe.

And God knows how old are these 2 trophies that I have.


This tall trophy was won in an organ music competition back in 1991. I took 2nd place in the competition which was held in Wisma Saberkas. Those days, organ was very popular. 


Another trophy I cherished was this trophy when I got in my primary school, SRB St Faith. 2nd place in overall Primary 6 class. 


The school was small with one class for each age group. I remember there was 20 something of us in the class back then.

Now St Faith primary is just a memory. The building has been demolished and church is taking the land back for its usage.


So this trophy is a keeper as the school is no longer  in existence.

12 comments:

suituapui said...

Wahhhhh!!!! You play the organ? Lady of hidden talents, eh?

Nothing beats home-cooked, special ingredient - love! My post on Father's Day would have to wait till coming weekend, so many things waiting in line. :D

Small Kucing said...

wah you still have the throphy ya.

J looks very hensem in that shirt

Princess Ribbon said...

Such a nice homecooked meal.. Yesterday my mum cooked, and we bought a cake, that's all..

blogoratti said...

Very nice, lovely photos!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Long time i didn't cook liao...

Shirley Tay said...

So sweet to cook for your hubby! My friends asked if I would be cooking, but my reply was, "It's father's day, not husband's day!" Hahaha! I wanna have the excuse to eat also mah....

ahlost said...

Wooaahh.. can you still play organ now?

reminds me that I missed my trophies at my old house and I wonder if they are still around O.o

Happy father's day to your hubby :)

Merryn said...

No wonder Jan is following your footsteps now. You are also a high achiever and so is your daughter now. My trophies are more from sports as I was a very active girl back then :)

Azura Chan said...

Great! The tropihies can motivate your children. And you played organ! Your daughter must be adoring you.

mun said...

Wah you keep all your trophies in such good order after such a long time.

Libby said...

All our trophies, including mine and my mother's (karaoke competition) all throw away during spring cleaning, no space to keep them

Libby said...

The first trophy looks so bright and shiny after you wipe them