I have only seen Indian weddings being carried out in Indian movies. Never expected being invited to one recently.
This jolly uncle is a friendly customer. He has become a good friend of mine. A week ago, he gave me an invitation card to his daughter's wedding held last Sunday.
It was indeed a privilege for me. I was all set to witness the wedding. Imagine me going about capturing those beautiful moments of the auspicious wedding.
Thanks Uncle Moorthy and Aunty Mary for inviting me....
Who don't love weddings? Detailed preparation is made prior to a wedding. A wedding is coming this Sunday and everyone of us is ready to take part in the ceremony.
But suddenly there is a bad news. A close relative passed away just two days ago and many were hesitating to attend the wake and the funeral. Majority of them would prefer to attend the wedding. Why?
Because according to the parents of the bride and the groom, those who attended the funeral are not allowed to join the wedding ceremony. Because of this, my husband with her sister and BIL opted out and attended the funeral yesterday.
Therefore, my husband and I won't be attending the wedding together. I will take my girl, my boy and my mum with me for the wedding.
It has been ages since I signed up for RealRewards. I had received emails from them before but I couldn't get in as I forgot my password. Wanted to call them but I kept on procrastinating.
Yesterday, I was browsing through my old cards and I found my VIP RealReward card. I went to the website and hoping to get my password right.
Tried a few times and I gave up. But I call the customer service. I was told to wait for her call but she didn't call at all.
This morning, I called the customer service again. This lady was more efficient. She checked my card number and ic number. I was told that my record was not in the system.
How come? I had not been using it for more than two years and so my record was gone for good!
I won't sign up for it anymore.
Found this sole letter dated 2004 when they sent me my VIP card.
All along, I thought that the points never expired.
My very big mistake!