I dressed The Girl up in red & white (no I don't have anything in red) and made our way to the Singapore Art Museum for the festivities. On that day, both SAM & the National Museum had an open house - they seem to do that quite often so it's worth staying in the know & taking advantage when they do.
They were doing face painting of Singapore icons like the merlion, singapore flag (which was the most common). Despite my attempts at explaining this, being the girly girl that she is, my daughter insisted on a butterfly so she ended up with.....
We might have missed the NDP parade & the fireworks this year but we celebrated in our own little way. Can somebody advise on the best way to get tickets for next year's show ? Is it true that there were 7 dress rehearsals before the actual day ? Actually don't answer that, I shouldn't be surprised that Singapore would want to make sure the biggest party of the year is absolutely perfect.
And why shouldn't she ? She is afterall, 44, not a bad age to be.