Its funny that everything that I planned today doesn’t go like it supposed to be. I supposed to seek advice from one of the hydraulic engineer on some questions asked from the EPD and I scribble down what I want to talk to him. When I’m on the phone with him, I don’t even follow the sequence of what I scribbled. LOL.
Same goes with if it’s not raining, I’ll go to Likas jogging track for power-walk and/or to tennis court.
Guess what, no raining and I didn’t go for power-walk and/or tennis.
Instead, I drove down to Devi’s to satisfy my craving for indian food. I had rawa thosai, mutton and a teh tarik. Yummy.
Then I drove to the opposite of Api-Api and wanted to do something ‘interesting’ to my hair. (OK, OK, I’m going to highlight it.. bored with plain black). Upon entering the salon I was greeted by friendly english-spoken (finally) lady and the senior stylist.
At last, I finally found the place for my hair in KK!
I always go to the salon in Telawi, Bangsar for my haircut and treatment when I was based in KL. I always love the ambience, and the staff. They are very friendly to me because I’m a Sabahan and they all are Sarawakians. LOL. So I feel like home when entering the place. And of course, the famous Sarawakian hairstylist based in his Bangsar outlet. He was the first person to cut my hair in KL and I’m absolutely LOVE the way he cut my hair. Of course the fees a lil bit higher than the normal rate but I’m satisfied with the result, so it’s okay.
Winnie, another senior stylist in Bangsar outlet is the first person to color my hair and I so love the result. 🙂
Upon entering the premises just now.. I can feel that I will feel that ‘feel good’ emotion as what I’ve experienced upon leaving the Bangsar outlet.
I can’t wait for my thursday appointment with the stylist! 🙂