[Friday 1 April, 11.56pm. After Blobette had essentially pummelled me for a full half hour…]
Me: Guess what.
Me: I figured out how to placate Blobette. I fed her some chocolate.
Me: It works! She’s not kicking me anymore.
Tony: You didn’t get me any chocolate?!
Me: You weren’t kicking me.
Tony: Oh, I could learn to kick you…
I come from a much smaller island-city-state-country called Singapore. I’ve been setting down roots in Australia since 2003. I love both countries immensely.
In 1986, I became a writer.
In 2002, a blogger.
In 2004, a wife.
In 2011, a mother.
Somewhere in amongst all that, I did event and conference management, public relations, marketing, and online communications for over a decade. I’m currently a freelance web manager for a modern dance school, a part-time Communications and Marketing Manager, a part-time writer, and a part-time stay-at-home mother. I don’t sleep much.