I am to cook one hundred freaking sausages by 6 a.m. -tomorrow- today. Each sausage costs about 25 cents and son is going to sell them for maybe 50 cents or RM1. All proceeds will go to his school charity drive. The school has what they call ‘Charity Week’. Students will sell some stuffs or provide some form of entertainment/gambling/-horse- hamsters racing etc and all their profits will go towards charity.
I also have to babysit 38 hamsters babies. Making sure that they do not chew through the carton box or I have to locate all 38 of them by tomorrow morning.
Son bought the hamster for RM5 from the pet shop and selling it for RM8. A complete package with a bungalow home for the hamster prolly costs RM10. Aren’t they so adorable? I can sit here all night just looking at them.
My younger son bought a pair from the elder brother last year and see this fatty hammie? She is so, so fat and very fuckstrated because she lives alone after the male one eloped with the mouse. So, in all at my home, I have the following pets:
1) One fat, female, desperately looking for male hamster
2) 8 goldfishes
3) 4 sons
STILL NO HANDPHONE
I am very glad that the headmaster of my sons’ secondary school, Brother Paul Ho had announced to the students last Friday that NO HANDPHONE is allowed in the school (dun give a fark what the gahmen says la). He is the coolest HM, everrrr…. I read in the paper today that the Ministry of Education is probably going to discuss this matter in the Cabinet meeting next week. Terima Kasih, Datuk. Think of the big picture, not the selfish thought of what we want for our own kids. Consider the extra load of work on the teachers’ part.
~counting hamsters, tapping fingers, waiting for sausages to thaw~
It is fun being mom, isn’t it?