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Mall Rats & Kikay Day With Ninang A

Instead of playing badminton, A and I spent the morning being pampered at "Let's Face It" salon in SM Megamall. She had her nails done (manicure) while I had my usual pedicure. I decided against a manicure since my usual girl attendant is not around and the once who cleaned my toe nails didn't do her job properly. One of my toes hurt! Anyways, after the pedicure, I opted for a short haircut at "Go Straight" salon while A stayed behind to have a facial.

But we did all that but not before sipping our fave cup of coffee (well, cold choco for me) in Starbucks. Where else?

We waited for hubby and daughter to arrived in Shang Plaza before heading off to Market Market.

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