Get out there

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Botanic Gardens
No biggie, it’s only the finest Botanic Gardens in the world

If it rains all morning (ok, from late morning, because I wasn’t awake in the morning so I wouldn’t know if it rained or not), and slows down to a drizzle in the afternoon so that it’s cool, go out.

Go out and take a walk, and if you live near enough a park, you’re in luck. If you’re lucky enough, like us, to live near the Botanic Gardens, even better.

It’s beautiful out when it drizzles, and there’s the bonus of greeting dogs who are being taken out for walks too.

Get up to speed and work yourself into a brisk trot, which is as fast as you should go if you haven’t exercised in nearly a year. When you start to perspire, you’re doing good.

Then get into the Botanic Gardens, get tired, try to walk a bit more, then take a cab home even though you don’t have enough money, and need to get the cabbie to wait downstairs while you go up to get $6 for him because it’s some peak hour surcharge or something.

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Congrats Sheldon and Sue-Lynn.
It’s supposed to be good luck if it rains on your wedding day

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9 thoughts on “Get out there”

  1. Mr Miyagi ah..
    It rained on my wedding day too.
    But the folks didn’t say it’s good luck leh.
    They say my hubby is ‘giam’ (hokkien for stingy) that it rains just when we arrived at the wedding site.
    Hey! Now, I can redeem my beloved hubby.
    I will update folks that it’s not ‘giam’! It’s good luck ok! YIPEE!

  2. Mr Miyagi ah..
    It rained on my wedding day too.
    But the folks didn’t say it’s good luck leh.
    They say my hubby is ‘giam’ (hokkien for stingy) that it rains just when we arrived at the wedding site.
    Hey! Now, I can redeem my beloved hubby.
    I will update folks that it’s not ‘giam’! It’s good luck ok! YIPEE!

  3. Mr Miyagi ah..
    It rained on my wedding day too.
    But the folks didn’t say it’s good luck leh.
    They say my hubby is ‘giam’ (hokkien for stingy) that it rains just when we arrived at the wedding site.
    Hey! Now, I can redeem my beloved hubby.
    I will update folks that it’s not ‘giam’! It’s good luck ok! YIPEE!

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