Macdonald, Pickup Covan
We woke up at 5:30 am because we wanted to head down to Ang Mo Kio Park Macdonalds to buy the family meal for the picnic set. It starts from 9th December till 12th December and it’s limited to 100 sets per day. The purchase timing starts at 7 am and we thought since this isn’t Hello Kitty, it won’t be sold out that fast. Apparently, when we arrived at 6:45 am, we were told by the staff that it’s fully redeemed. Out of curiosity, we asked what time did the first person arrive. We were told he arrived at 5 am, which mean he have to be in the queue for 2 hours!
We left empty-handed and decided to head over and pick Covan up early. Accompanied him for his morning walk with his pawrent. Got to meet some fur kids around his estate and they’re all cute and adorable in their own ways. Then it’s back to his place and waits a little bit while he ate his breakfast.
Once back to our humble abode with Covan, we decided to take a breather and have a coffee break before heading out again to pick Ruffles and Kelly up. In case you’re wondering, we brew our own coffee. Bought coffee beans and we hand ground them with a grinder. Yes, we’re that hardworking to make ourselves a nice cup of coffee.
We’re not exactly coffee experts, but we do like and enjoy our coffee every morning. It’s a must to perk ourselves up before we start our work. Even on our off days, we do this as well. Who wouldn’t want a nice cup of coffee to start the day?
Journey to the West
Once done with coffee, we head out to pick Ruffles and Kelly for their daycare. It was a long journey from the North-East and so we blasted Westlife’s new songs to accompany us during the trip. Their new songs are awesome and we had it on loop.
Picking up the fur kids was a breeze except for the chaos when we tried putting their harness on before heading out the door. Like most fur kids, they’re excited at the thought of just heading out. We continued with our Westlife’s songs as we head back. But of course, we had to detour a little to get lunch.
SengKang Riverside Park, O’ My Kampung
Head over to Sengkang Riverside Park again. Firstly, it’s free parking so we get to walk the fur kids around. We didn’t get to walk much as part of the place is under construction. So we head over to the sheltered place where O’ My Kampung is located at.
We understand that no dogs are allowed, but we’re thankful the staff allowed us to make a quick order for takeaway while we waited outside for our food. Thank you O’ My Kampung for accommodating us for a little bit. In case you’re all wondering, we’ve read many good reviews about their food and had personally tried it once a few months back, and so we’re back again to try out other food that they have on the menu.
Play time, Nap Time, Dinner Time
Once back, it’s playtime for the fur kids. Covan and Ruffles had a game of hide and seek again. While Kelly and our supawvisors are minding their own business. While we had lunch, we used our eye power to watch over the fur kids while they’re off to mingle around.
Like the previous week, we sent Covan back after his shower. Just in time for his dinner before he gets all hangry at the humans. Meanwhile, back at our place, the others had their nap time while our chef prepares their dinner. It was a peaceful day, in fact, we humans get to have a little nap as well.
Feeding two fur kids is nothing to us. But feeding four is a little mess. It’s like having a war in the kitchen. As our Twix is blind now, we had to protect her food bowl and not allow the others to snatch her food.
Home Sweet Home
It’s time to send Ruffles and Kelly home. While we get ready with their harness and leash, they got all excited and started running and turning around. It made getting them ready to head home a little difficult. But we managed it once you get the hang of their patterns. It’s the same as when we groom each individual fur baby. They do have certain quirks that you will eventually know, and they’ll make your job much easier.
Once back at their humble abode, we helped to feed their other fur siblings before we call it a day. It’s a tiring day, but fruitful. Seeing all the fur kids happy at the daycare, we’ll feel a sense of accomplishment.