Preparations for my sister’s wedding in KL


I took unpaid leave to go to KL for three days and two nights to attend to her banquet details over here. It was so hectic to meet with the parents from the other side and decide on the details – my sister is a bit of a stickler for details. She and the fiancΓ© is in New Zealand and the marriage ceremony is going to be held there but the banquet will be held in KL and then Sibu.

My sister has been in NZ for more than 10 years so I don’t see that much of her. But hey, being the only sibling she has, she’s counting on me to arrange her banquet details on this side. My dad is working and my mom couldn’t go due to a family emergency (my maternal grandmother has Alzheimer’s) so I was the designated Poh representative.

They’re both doctors so I’m not sure how the marriage would work out though with health care professionals working such long hours and all. πŸ˜‰

Nevertheless, I wish them well. Cheers sis! πŸ™‚

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9 thoughts on “Preparations for my sister’s wedding in KL”

  1. How about using test tubes and spatula to replace glass wines and spoons during the banquet? πŸ˜‰
    Congrats to your sis.

  2. Clare: Please refrain from smirking. Weddings are Serious Business (TM) and being a wedding planner is Serious Shit (TM). πŸ˜‰
    ShaolinTiger: Yeah, they’re both doctors and both working in the same hospital in New Zealand.
    True, that. They’ll be so tired after the 12 hour shifts that they won’t have energy to fight…
    …or they could be so irritable that they’ll have even MORE reason to fight. πŸ™‚
    Choonie: Thanks! This was more on the fiance’s side stuff though, my parents are doing the Sibu side.
    cynthia: How is it like? I’m wondering if I can handle a relationship with a doctor coz I’ve had a pharmacist and an ICU nurse before and they both didn’t work out (not coz of the time issues though). I think I can handle the long working hours since I do like to have some personal time. πŸ™‚
    goolooloo: Wedding planner? Most of our staff are married already. It’s Sibu. People marry young in small towns. πŸ˜‰
    fish fish: I was thinking of providing scalpel in lieu of knifes but that won’t be a good idea since scalpels are VERY, VERY sharp and small children will be running around and all that.
    Bloodbath later. πŸ˜‰
    nkwai: I can’t. They’re both working in NZ and I’m not in NZ. πŸ™‚
    suituapui: Well, like the Friendster option – It’s Complicated (TM). πŸ˜‰


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