Hi angels,

Humm…before I read the MA blog, I was hoping some smart angles took video of those angels practicing on the MA’s song in the room and put up in the blog,:) well done! JinXiong, smart guy! Bravo!

Rico offered to write this flash initially, but because of JinXiong ‘speak all’ video clip, she back out. :)

Mok and Susan, wow both of you non-stop auto machine huh? Switching from Mandarin to Hokkien than to Cantonese songs with so much ease. :0 An Ah Kong sitting at the canteen was so impressed by one of your Hokkien song that when I pointed you out to him, he straggled to stretch himself just to have a look at you. Hahaha. I heard from Rico that your piece of Moral Angels’ Song was beautifully composed too. Well, we’ll get to hear yours soon, as JinXiong said “coming soon”.

Besides the non-stop singing, the elderly and volunteers were at their usual Saturday activities of Mahjong, Cards, Fishing games and befriending.

It was also a very special outing for Aunty Vicky, who wanted very much to attend an orchestra performance. She was reminiscence and missing her younger days pastime. J I took her to watch the SSO “Stirrings of Youth” haha, what an appropriate title.

I’m glad Aunty Vicky enjoyed her Creamy Lobster & Crab soup dinner at Stock Pot, the leisured walk inside ‘The Durian’ and the superb concert. Because of her, we were allowed into the concert hall 15mins before opening time. Oh gosh! She was overwhelmed by the entire place. :) She got first class treatment from staffs; even going to toilet was lead to different doorway from the crowd, to allow her accessed to wheelchair toilet J.

She was asking whether on normal days is this durian open to public.:) Aunty V was commenting that when you are enjoying so much, it always ended so fast. She doesn’t feel like leaving. :) Reach MH almost 10pm.

A thought came to me, since she can wonder what was inside ‘The Durian’, I believe some other elderly can too. If possible maybe the next outing we can include a walk thru ‘The Durian’ and have snack-break outdoor where they can just look up and see the big ‘The Durian’ just above their head.:)

Regards,

sharon