We met at KLCC. But we only went two places; Dome Cafe and Sephora. But my parking fee for that day was 20 bucks! haha. Can you imagine how loooong we talked? We didn't walk around the mall...we just sit and talk! hehe..
We spent hours at Dome Cafe, having our lunch while talking and laughing and talking some moree... Then we went to Sephora as I needed to get something for my beauty supplies, before everyone went home.. (but I did a little shopping afterwards, at Zara, Topshop and Parkson..some more ;p)
It's really different when meeting us, as working ladies and meeting us when we were kids. haha. Oh well...we still are little kids! ;p
Last time, we were still students. Talking about school stuff, boys, love, lecturers, subjects we hate and love, what movie to watch, assignments, etc... This time, it's a bit different. Now we're talking a bit more ermm...adult stuff. hehe. Well, not entirely.. Cuz we're still young! haha ;p
We talked about a lot of stuff. Work, love, marriage, future stuff, things that revolves around our world, friends, kids, nephews, our vision and mission, and lot of things.... Gosh... we're all grown ups! Next thing I know...we're gonna talk about each other's son and daughter! Oh...how time flies! =/
I met these girls when I was 18. And until now, we are still good friends. I still remember clearly how much fun we had in our uni years. It's true what my cousin told me last time; friends in university are the bestest ones as compared to your high school friends or your officemates, etc. Because you will never find friends like that anywhere else except during those years. Because you eat, sleep, having fun, go to class, hang out, did bad stuff, fight, cry, laugh, and everything else in between...Together.
And yes it's true. Well..I don't know whether in the future, along the way I'm going to meet anyone else that would become another best friend of mine, but for now...all I know is that I'm thankful and glad to have met these people who I can call my best friends.
These are the machicks I love! hehe.
I watched they grow.... From a non hijabi, to a hijabi. From a tom boy-ish, to a little bit girly girl (like me. LOL. ;p). From a flat foot, to a high heel...or maybe wedges.hehe.. From wearing specky to wearing contact lenses. From being kasar/rempit, to being err....less rempit. haha. JK ;p From being kepochi to being much more kepochi....heheheh ;p
And same goes with me... A lot has changed ever since we're 18. ;)
Anyway... so we met at 11.30 am till...I don't know what time... But it was quite a few hours we were in there! haha... When I'm with this girls...we couldn't stop talking and talking! The "pendiam" side in me would definitely and instantly die when I'm with them...haha. There's always things to talk and laugh about! ;)
So I ordered our usual favourite menu
Some fruits, as our appetizer
Naz's favourite: Spicy Olio Pasta
Girl's: Creamy Seafood Pasta
And my all time fave: Spicy Chicken Mushroom Pasta. Yummm!
This is Girl. The something Analyst at Petrofac (Haha. Sorry babe. I forgot your job title! Was it 'System'? huhu.. This old lady forgot la babe! Sorry! ;p)
And this is Naz... The 23 year old girl who works as a GSE at HSBC. Err...don't know what that GSE stands for! huhu
And... Me! The Editor and Blogger! And soon to be the ___________. You guess! hehehe ;p
Both of us dah tembam. hehe. But of course, I win! =_=
With my favourite cappuccino
Next...before they both went off, I made a pit stop at Sephora! They just opened here in KLCC! (I still haven't got time to visit the one in BB yet)
Oh heyyy... They have my fave body stuff brand in here too! It's the Soap and Glory!!! *excited!*
"Hmm...what else to get?"
Ah...this! I loved Sephora's range of Bath and Body stuffs!
Mmm...smells like caramel!
Their make up stuff..
And then I off to the Marie France thingy, later that night.. Girls...when can we have this session again? ;)