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Sunday, 30 April 2017

Bukit Jelutong Plant Exchange #5


 
 The night before the Bukit Jelutong Plant Exchange, Papa got us two tickets to watch the Starwars One Man show.  I laughed a lot at the first part but the rest were lost to me . You need to know the movies well to understand the scenes that were being play out.

Came home quite late and Mamarazzi quickly kick my butt ask me to go to bed.


 The next morning, "7 early 8 early" (Chinese saying which means super early in the morning) , Mamarazzi loaded the car with boxes and boxes of plants that stinks. 

It was raining. We arrived before 7 o'clock. started to set up the plants on the tables provided by the Bukit Jelutong Green Rangers.


 Hungry dei..... Mamarazzi was busy so she gave me 10 bucks to go eat noodles at the  mamak Restaurant nearby.


 Tummy full liao. Time to set up my business. 

Many people come for the BJPE. Errr...but not many came my stall leh. Mamarazzi said I didn't go and market my products . That's why nobody came.


 End up , Mamarazzi took over the registration and Papa took over the stall. Me? I "took over " the book exchange reading Archies.

Yup, this is the inaugural Bukit Jelutong BOOK EXCHANGE. People can come and pick up a book and donate books. Hope there will be more people who will donate books next round. Not many know about this yet. Can be said that  I was one of their first "reader".


 AIyo,,,tiring leh.... konk-out on the way home. 


We went there with boxes of plant and came home with boxes of plants too. 


 Interesting to note. one contributed made quite a number of these mini garden in a cup for the visitors. So cute !

 Honey Lime business was not good. We had barter system pulak with our neighbour stall which happens to be the famous SuChan Cakes!

 Mamarazzi said one for me , one for her. But before she can finish hers, i "helped" her finished it. It was DELICIOUS! It was Durian-misu cake made of real D24 durian. There! can you see the thick layer of durian flesh under the cream?

Durian lovers will love this. You can get it at SuChan Cafe :20, Jalan Perisa 1, Kuala Lumpur, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  (while stock last ya)

This round, contributors were very generous. They brought loads of plants. Hence there were plenty to go around. Mamarazzi even managed to get a box of plant for Auntie Florence and Uncle Patrick.

Oh what fun it was. We are now looking forward to the next one. Heard it will be in another 3-4 months time. Thank you to BJ Green Ranger for arranging this fun event.

36 comments:

  1. I will be confused throughout the Starwars One Man show!!

    Look like you have been very busy with all those events.

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    1. hahaha... more busy watching dramas

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  2. I'm sorry you didn't get as many visitors to your stall as you would have liked to have, but I'm sure you'll have more then next time you do this. But it looks like it was a very successful day.

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    1. Yup...next time will strive to do better

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  3. Far away, if not, I will go support you...

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  4. So nice, I would love to join if only I am nearby.

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  5. Plant exchange? Interesting. What do you do with the plants you received today? Plant them in your garden
    https://eastcoastlife.blogspot.sg/

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    1. a lot. got back loads of plants and cuttings

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  6. Still a good experience Small Kucing! Your mum and dad are training you well by including you in worthwhile activities...who knows what this will contribute to the success of your future:) If I were you, I'll stick close to your parents and learn as much as you can:)...and keep having a good day!

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  7. Now I know why you have not posted in awhile. You have been so busy!! The little plant cups are s Cute! Wish I could have been at the book exchange!

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    1. Been busy gardening and other stuffs but most of all is being lazy :p

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  8. Still winter here, sweet lil kitten, but am trying to grow some lil pepper and tomato plants indoors at this time ... wow, I wish I could come and see all your green growing ... no sense of you going into hibernation mode ... smiles ... looks like you can grow a garden any time in the year ... I only have a frost free window of 100 days/ year to grow things ... you are so lucky, lil meouw friend. Love, cat.

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    1. We have sun all year round. Well, there are good and bad to it. Weather here is very warm. It's kinda hard to grow plants that need cold weather.

      Pepper is easy to grow here. Mamarazzi not good with tomatoes. killed quite a few of them

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  9. Oooo...the durian cake looks good! If only you lived in Sibu, I would not have to go and buy my plants (that eventually die, all of them) anymore. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Aisey...can organise 1 at your place leh. Surely there are many gardeners in SIbu too. Can exchange plants instead of buying.

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  10. Wonderful way to spend a day!

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    1. yes ...hahaha...i had so much fun

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  11. It looks like that was a great success and fun photos all of them. The Starwars One Man show sounded very interesting.

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  12. Interesting! Yeah, if I were nearby, I sure go support you too... sure will donate books and exchange.. hehehe..

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  13. oh i now only know about this thing
    good to exchange with things you dont want to things you want :D

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  14. Aiyoyo...I would love to eat that durian-misu!

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  15. Very interesting event and great blessing to all participants. Good exposure for you too to experience these type of events at an early age. Too bad I am in Ipoh. I would love to contribute or even join in the events. Sure to come give you support!

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  16. Hei, still untung can barter with some heavenly cakes!

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  17. I love that mini garden in a cup. What a great idea!
    Durian-misu cake looks yummy! But durian smells bad, doesn't it? How does the cake smell? Very interested in trying it but I don't know if I can find one here in the U.S. :-)

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  18. Great plants! Interesting post!:)

    xxBasia

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  19. Good hands-on exposure for your little one. Fun as well practically in approaching life in the practical way.

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  20. This new trend of plants exchange is very healthy and interesting to me. We never of this like 10 years ago.

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  21. Shiok ohh... I better stop wishing I was there and actually be there the next round! I would have bought a bottle from your stall ^.^

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  22. Not sure how this works but seems interesting

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  23. Looks like it was a very-fun event this round! So many new things.

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  24. Love the fun post! Barter trade is so interesting & I'm glad you guys had fun! xoxo

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