We spent our Sunday morning at The School @ Jaya One to attend the Living Hope charity bazaar. Living Hope is a non-governmental organisation for poor children. They hold charity bazaars every year to raise funds for the less fortunate children.
With over RM400 worth of coupons to spend, courtesy of the girls’ grandaunt, we bought cookies, cakes, Nyonya kuih, kaya, Cube tarts, nasi lemak, noodles, coconut jelly, soy bean green tea pudding, chicken curry, Thai beef and Pokemon toys.
We bought cheese cake and orea cake from this stall @ RM20 for two.
Also bought sesame seed cookies and almond cookies from Auntie Mey’s stall. Love the homemade cookies from this stall as they are not sweet.
My roller skate girl clutching on to her pack of nasi lemak. This fiery girl can really eat spicy stuff but I have to clamp down on her intake of spicy food which stimulates her bladder.
The girls bought quite a bit of Pokemon plushies and Poke balls as souvenirs and gifts for their friends. Remember I wrote about how disappointed Cass was when she didn’t get to buy or redeem any Pokemon plushies at our church charity bazaar about 3 weeks ago? Well, she finally got her Pokemon plushies this time. She left the bazaar a very happy camper.
The problem with the bazaar is that there was no proper place to sit and enjoy the food. The gourmand hubs spotted this restaurant at the bazaar area and quickly got a table for us to place our loot. Then ordered more food!
Part of the girls’ Pokemon loot… and they bought more later.
Pokemon is the big Princess’ first love. She first got obsessed with them when she was eight. Five years down the road and she still loves them Pokemon!
My foodie hubs ordered beef noodles, chee cheong fun and char koay teow from Lameeya.
Drama Queen and the big Princess are really chummy these days. They have so many things to talk about from school to diva to even politics! Last night I overheard them talking about the Clinton – Trump election! They are both just as excited as our friends in the US on the outcome.
Dashing dance performance by some kids at the bazaar…
After attending the bazaar, we visited a close friend in the hospital who had just undergone a surgery. I brought along packets of Izumio for her. This is our second visit in two weeks visiting friends in the hospitals down with kidney ailments.