National Orchid Garden - Photo *Heart* Fridays

Friday, 28 September 2012

A few weeks back, BabyMoo decided he would bring Gramps and Grandmama to the Botanical Gardens, since they love all manner of flora and fauna, especially orchids. We thought that they would especially enjoy visiting the National Orchid Garden, located within.

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

We were informed by the staff at the ticketing counter that admission charges are at S$5.00 per adult (kids below 12 enjoy free admission). While making our purchase, my mum-in-law spotted a small sign at the counter which states that Senior Citizen and students are entitled to special rates. I informed the not-too-friendly staff that I am getting 2 regular tickets and 2 senior citizen tickets, and she then snapped requested to  see all the members in our group. I wasn't too pleased by her approach, thinking that she could have been more pleasant about it or chosen her words carefully. I suppose she had to be sure that we were not trying to exploit the subsidised rates, since seniors need only pay S$1.00 to go in. In any case, my Mum-in-law told me that on the positive side, she feels flattered that she wasn't immediately categorised as a 'senior'! 

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

The Garden is well maintained, and even the not-too-outdoorsy me thoroughly enjoyed the pristine surroundings. The trees were pruned, yet provided enough shade to cool the humid air.

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

BabyMoo walked about excitedly, and loved the pretty orchids in a multitude of colours.

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

The Orchid Garden boasts over 1,000 species and more than 2,000 hybrids within. The Misthouse showcases some of its best selection.

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

These are two of my personal favourites:

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

We walked the entire 3 hectares, and BabyMoo didn't even ask to be carried once. He was happy among the flowers and trees, and was utterly enchanted by the butterflies flitting about. There were man-made waterfalls cascading onto streams, and these kept him rooted to one spot for a pretty long time. We were more than happy to let him be, because it gave us a breather from having to chase after him!

National Orchid Garden, Singapore

The National Orchid Garden presents the range of orchids on display in a unique way. Orchids and plants are displayed in four separate colour 'zones', namely Spring (Golds and Yellows), Summer (Reds and Pinks), Autumn (Darker shades) and Winter (Whites, Blues and Cool tones). Quite an amazing showcase carefully managed by the Gardens' horticultural team, and truly well worth a visit.

National Orchid Garden
1 Cluny Road Singapore 259569
Tel: 6471 7361

Opening hours
8.30am - 7.00pm daily (last ticket sales at 6.00pm)

Admission Fee:
$5.00 for adults
$1.00 for students
$1.00 for senior citizens (60 years and above)
Free for children below 12 years

To get here by bus, take SBS Transit No. 7, 105, 123, 174, and SMRT No. 75, 77, 106 and alight along Holland Road, and SBS Transit No. 66, 151, 154, 156, 170, 186 and SMRT No. 67, 171 and alight along Bukit Timah Road.

Parking is available at the Visitor Centre Carpark at Cluny Road and along Tyersall Avenue.

Dear Me, (A letter to my younger self)

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Dear Me,
           I know it's not easy to survive the teenage years without having a father figure, but knowing you the way I do, I think you will do just fine. Whatever you do, please don't wallow in self pity, and neither should you use that as an excuse to get up to antics in a bid to gain extra attention. 
           Trust me, even if at this moment you feel that you are blindly trying to find yourself, you will eventually find your niche. Part and parcel of growing up is to experience failure, and even if you don't like people telling you that what doesn't break you makes you stronger - it really does. Once you get over the negativities, you will ultimately be tougher, more street smart, and be more able to handle situations better. 
           I want to tell you to not be obsessed with weight. So what if you weigh more than the average teenager? Look on the bright side... being a plus sized girl has made you look at fashion in a different way. You don't like to follow trends or fads - you dress to hide the flaws, and you are developing your own style, while always staying true to who you are. You may not realise it, but growing up surrounded by women who take pride in their appearance has rubbed off on you somewhat, and has made you comfortable in your own skin. 
           You were taught to love yourself, and you do. Sometimes a little more than you should, which makes you often seem like a self-centred angsty teen. It's perfectly fine to admit that you are wrong. You don't have to prove your worth to anyone - even more so when you often stubbornly hold your ground trying to prove that you are right. It can make one look silly... all that arguing for the sake of winning business. 
           That guy whom you're seeing is bad news, but I know that you are a person who needs to learn things the hard way. Mum has voiced her objection, and even your friends - between snippets of alternately being awed and shocked by his lifestyle - have told you that they don't think that you should be hanging out with him, either. You are buoyed by what you think is love... but there is a huge difference between love and being thoroughly drawn into a dangerously different life. I guess you will live and learn... not without your share of overwhelming heart ache and copious tears. 
           A decade later, you will realise that when you know all the bad traits of a person, perhaps even things which you find detestable under normal circumstances, yet find to your consternation that the faults doesn't seem glaring enough for you to mind. That's Love. Not heady all consuming passion, when it seems that every waking moment is filled with thoughts of him, and he's the last person you think of when you go to bed, and the first person whom you hope to see when you awake. In fact, I wish I can tell you (and I wish more that you will listen!) that the harder you fall, the faster the passion will peter off. It's so different when you learn to love a person through all that you experience together. So entirely different. 
           Get angry now, while you're still young and spirited. Be rebellious. Live life according to your rules while you're at it. Being morose, brooding and angsty as a teen is acceptable. You get away with it because you are supposed to be in the midst of puberty! When you hit a quarter of a century, stop -- because it isn't that attractive anymore. To throw tantrums then just makes you a perfect candidate for visits to that doctor with the nice reclining couch in his tastefully done clinic. 
           You have always been passionate, a real live-wire and even gung-ho to a certain degree. That said, I'm really glad of your stance against recreational drugs. Sure, you huddle in the cubicle with two of the best mates a girl can ever have growing up, while the cleaning lady yells non-stop because she sees plumes of smoke coming out of the cubicle. You would put a burglar to shame with your stealth as you tiptoe in and out of the house at ungodly hours and meet up with the regular group at Xanadu, Chinoiserie and Khameleon. You are not curious, neither have you any desire to dabble in narcotics or even the odd pill or two. I'm proud that you maintain your dignity regardless of how crazy the night gets, and I salute that fact that you know your limits and will never be caught in a state of semi-consciousness and oblivion, sprawled in disgrace at the entrance of a club. 
           You dream of independence, accolades, recognition and love. You will get those eventually... everything in due time, young lady. When it seems that the weight of the world is on your shoulders, the worries you face now is really negligible as compared to what you will be faced with in the future. You will be tested time and time again, but I'm confident that you will make it through every single time. Perhaps a little bit scarred, but never defeated. You have had many blessings in life. There is so much more that I want to say to you now, but you will have to learn life on your own terms. This is how you shape your character, and chart your own destiny. 
           Always give without reservations, and never expect anything in return. One day you will be so richly blessed, so much so that you will not even believe that you can be so entirely happy and be at peace with the world. I know that you adamantly proclaim that you will never get married, or worse still - have a family, but one day you will have both, and think that perhaps for all the wrongs that you have done, you have done some things right to deserve such joy. You will love unconditionally for the first time in your life, and that would be the beginning of the rest of your life. 
           You were born from love, you are loved, and you will be loved.
See you in 20 years. We'll reminisce over a cuppa or two.  

Wordless Wednesday: Fly Me to the Moon!

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

These were by far, the best tasting mooncakes I have ever had.

Mooncakes, Goodwood Park Hotel

Signature yellow box, which came in a thermal bag bearing the same design.

Mooncakes, Goodwood Park Hotel

Blood Orange with Banana and Mao Shan Wang D24 (Durian) Snowskin Mooncakes. 

Creamy and chock full of real fruits. I couldn't even cut through these without having bits of fruit sticking to the knife! Best thing is, since real fruits are used, they aren't cloyingly sweet the way
most mooncakes tend to be.

Mooncakes, Goodwood Park Hotel

From bottom left: Cempedak Snowskin Mooncake (Orange), Blood Orange with Banana Snowskin Mooncake (Red), D24 Durian Snowskin Mooncake (Yellow) and
Mango with Pomelo Snowskin Mooncake (White)

These mooncakes should be kept in the freezer, and refrigerated after thawing. That is if you are not tempted to eat all in one sitting! My Mum, the hubba and I nearly did. BabyMoo would have loved the banana one, if he wasn't asleep when we feasted on these last night!

Goodwood Park Hotel, The Deli

22 Scotts Road
Opening Hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6730 1867 
Price: $52.00 (definitely worth it!)

More information here

Exclusive Privileges
19 August – 30 September 2012

UOB, Citibank, DBS, Credit & Debit Cardmembers enjoy 15% off all mooncakes
Goodwood Park Hotel Gourmet Cardmembers enjoy 20% off all mooncakes

DISCLAIMER: I am no way affiliated to the management of Goodwood Park Hotel nor have been compensated for this post. Good things must share!! All opinions are 100% my own.

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Enid Blyton: Oh... for the love of reading! (Guest Post)

I'm guest posting at Toddly Mummy's blog!

Read all about my memories of growing up surrounded by books written by a prolific author. Enid Blyton remains a favourite author of mine, and she has brought me to many places which I would otherwise never knew 'existed'.


My earliest recollections of growing up in Singapore are filled with memories of Enid Blyton.

I would say that she helped cultivate my love for the English Language, and eased the transition for an 8 year old kid, totally unfamiliar with the English Language apart from a smattering of colloquial terms - into an English as a First Language society.

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Nameless Faces

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Sometimes I get so lost in my thoughts that I don’t even realize that I'm thinking about things. It may well be that I think too much, I want to know too much, I need to know more than I should.

This particular trait may be a good thing, after all.

Being unusually tall in a country where the average height is usually a head shorter than I am… perhaps I'm used to having a different view from many others. I'm used to being able to see further than most, even in a crowd - and this is also the reason that I can easily see things that would otherwise escape my vision.

I like the view. The unobstructed view of things… and being the ‘thinking’ person that I am, this has actually enabled me to be alone even when I'm walking amongst hundreds of people. Wrapped up in my thoughts… I am only aware of fleeting images that are mere silhouettes from the corner of my eye - faces without emotions, without names.

If I want scenery, its nice to watch the world go by at that scale. The lighting behind me, falling on the path is lovely. I notice details that other people quite literally overlook. On routes that I pass by, I never get bored… quite the opposite, actually. I travel the same road daily, to work - and then back again… one would think that it becomes something to simply block out of one’s mind, but for me, there’s always something new everyday.

I see workers laying tar, everyday it’s a little bit more.
I see cars whiz past - and I wonder… where are they going? Are they rushing for that all important meeting that would change their lives? Are they dreading that face to face with the in-laws?

I hear music in my mind.

I think about that cyclist going past - is he taking part in a triathlon? The lone man walking with his eyes downcast, is he wondering if he'd get that coveted job?

I walk past tall imposing buildings that house so many people with their dreams and memories, people scurrying past.. intent on their current focus, on their task at hand. 

Nameless faces that stay as long as my vision allow them to. I look up, look out, and look around when I'm walking.

Life wasn't meant to have only one perspective.


Port of Lost Wonder, Sentosa

Monday, 24 September 2012

We have been meaning to check out Sentosa's latest attraction for kids since it opened a few months back, but our last trip there was in vain since they were running at full capacity and had to turn away visitors for logistics and safety reasons. Although BabyMoo was disappointed, we totally laud their efforts in trying to ensure that the kids play safe and are able to enjoy themselves - without parents having to worry about the things which could go wrong due to overcrowding!

Port of Lost Wonder (POLW) is touted to be Singapore's first kids club by the beach, and is designed for kids under 12 years of age. Opened in conjunction with Sentosa's 40th year Anniversary, it promises a whole load of fun for the family.

We finally managed to bring BabyMoo to POLW last week... and what great fun it was!

BabyMoo got all excited when he caught glimpses of the water play area while he made his own ticket purchase. Mummy and Daddy gets to go in free! Whoohoooooo!!

There is a signature play area which comes in the guise of a pirate ship, complete with slides, gang planks, nets and sprinklers. I actually expected it to be bigger and higher, though... and wondered if kids above 8 will be entertained long enough in the 'not-so-challenging' play scape.

BabyMoo loved the water feature! Daddy left him to wade about on his own, while he maintained a discreet distance. BabyMoo is at his I'm-a-big-boy-and-can-do-everything-on-my-own stage, and so he was more than happy to explore 'all by himself'!

While the boys played, I took the opportunity to walk around and check out the place.

'The Deck' - a themed islet for picnics, complete with sun beds.

There is the 'Curiosity Island', a little garden where kids can do some gardening.

Kids activities are payable in Curio Coins, which are presented upon admission (in value according to admission ticket). Should you run out of these coins, you can purchase some at the retail store.

I also checked out the 'Celebration Island', a place for parties - perfect for little ones and adults! Out of curiosity, I enquired with a passing friendly staff regarding birthday parties, and was informed that there are three basic birthday packages to choose from. Pretty steep prices... but imagine how much fun it will be for the kids!

I also like their amenities for kids, but it would have been much better if they made provisions for more than just one changing table and one nursing area (the big space can be partitioned into at least 3 comfortable units). It would be great for them to also have changing sections in the shower / restrooms... but I suppose since the attraction is targeted at kids 3 years and above, I may well be grousing to no reason! :) 

When I got back to the periphery of the Pirate Ship, that was where the um... 'trouble' started. BabyMoo ran to me and beckoned me to play! 

Now, my friends will attest to my worry and constant complaints about BabyMoo being a baby of very few words at 20 months. He understands things said in 4 different languages and responds accordingly, but he just refuses to speak, and not because he isn't able to, either. He is just selective over what he says and chooses when to say it for maximum impact. 

When he started pulling me toward the pirate ship, I told him that I can't go with him because I am not appropriately dressed, and did not intend forgot to bring swim wear. He then played his Trump Card.

"Muhmee!! COME! COME!"  *melt*

How do I resist?

So off I went to purchase a tankini at the store, which thankfully did not cost me an arm and a bikini bottom. In fact, it was cheaper than if I were to purchase one at a normal swim wear department!

And boy oh boy... we had a blast!! BabyMoo refused to go on the slides or anywhere else with Daddy after that, cos he had Mummeh to play with!

After the 3rd time on the slide with me, I asked him if he would like to slide down on his own... and after a few thoughtful seconds, he nodded with a 'Yah!' and a grin.

So down he went - all by himself. I was rather fearful the first time round, but he not only showed me he can, he even did a few flips after that to up the mummyfear factor!

After all that fun and play... of course, the boy got hungry, and munched on biscuits while we waited for Daddy to shower and change.

We had an awesomely fabulous time at POLW, although at 20 months, BabyMoo got bored after a mere hour and a half of play. I suppose there would be more appeal for the older ones when they role play with their friends on the ship. I definitely think that for the kids, the wonder is definitely not lost at this port!

I've been conscientiously trying to make an effort to engage in more active and outdoor activities with the family. I started off not really liking the outdoors, but I find that it does get easier the more I get into the scheme of things. I suppose trying to be a 'Funner Mother' plays a very big part in motivating me, too.

I am looking forward to more fun and play with the little one!


Weekdays: $8/ child*
Weekends: $15/ child*
Parents will be granted free admission with a hug from your child!
*For child aged 12 and under

10am to 6.30pm daily
Last admission at 4.30pm
(Water play area closes at 6pm)

Restaurants opens from:
10am to 7pm (Sun - Thur)
10am to 8pm (Fri - Sat)

Retail opens from:
10am - 6.30pm daily

Getting there: 
Palawan-Tanjong Beach Tram
Siloso Beach Tram
Beach Car Park

DISCLAIMER: I am in no way affiliated to the management of Sentosa / POLW, or have been compensated to
write this review. All opinions are based on our experience, and 100% my own.

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A Survival Manual!

Monday, 17 September 2012

Different meanings of 9 simple words used every day - as used by women and men.


Women: this is the word that women use to end a discussion when they are right and you must remain silent.

Men: this word is used by men to say that actually all goes well.
But for them of course, everything that goes is always good. They cannot be considered!


Women: if the woman is getting dressed - it means 30 minutes.
If she gave you just 5 minutes to watch the game before helping to clean at home. It's 5 minutes!!

Men: if he goes to visit his mother and says that he will remain only five minutes, feel free to cook the roast. When he comes back… the roast is not yet cooked. If he says he will clear up the mess in '5 minutes'… you can even go to a travel agency and not just book the trip, but leave, enjoy the holiday and return without him realizing anything.

If you are in bed and he says "we got only 5 minutes"… sleep in the guest room.


Women: The calm before the storm.
It means something ... And you should stay alert.
Discussions starting with "NOTHING" end normally with GOOD.

Men: nothing for them means nothing. The fact nothing is nothing. No need to continue to investigate.


Women: a challenge, not a permit. Don't do it.

Men: you're welcome… cleaning, shopping, ironing, washing, cooking, to take children to school…. 'You're welcome' is one of their favorite phrases.


Women: it's like a word, but is a non-verbal statement... so it's often misunderstood by men.
A big sigh means that she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why is wasting her time with you talking of nothing (back to point 3 for the meaning of words nothing).

Men: They do it all the time that it becomes meaningless!

6) OK

Women: This is one of the most dangerous words that a woman can tell a man. It means that she needs to think long before deciding how and when you'll pay back.

Men: OK is like 'good'. There is no more to add. Clear and crystal clear.

She: I should clean the house'…
Him: OK

She: The fridge is empty. We should do the shopping.
Him: OK

Etc.. … Etc.. Needless to try to find out more. Don't bother trying to get their attention, or even better - their support!


Women: A woman thanked you; do not ask questions and do not faint; they just want to thank you
(here I would like to add a little clause - it's true unless she says 'thank you very much' which means just pure sarcasm.)

Men: If a man says 'thank you' - looking at your face and not your breasts… maybe he is sincere.


Women: Women's way of telling you to get the hell off her face, without the usage of vulgarities.

Men: this is the key used to say: Look, whatever you want but please don't stress me. There is no more odious sentence for a woman.


Women: Another dangerous assertion; means that she has asked a man to do something several times but now she is doing it. This will bring the man to ask: 'What's' wrong?' and for the woman's answer: refer to no. 3.

Men: For a man… you'll never hear it! NEVER !!!!!

Blue Moon Valley :: Gateway to a Shangri-La.
Review and Giveaway!

I've never been much of a 'spa' person, preferring to have a masseuse drop by the home on the rare occasion during which I decide to pamper myself. It's not that I don't enjoy an invigorating massage, but most of the time, I can't really be bothered to call for an appointment and then have to be wary of hard sell when I'm finally able to fix a time slot according to my schedule.

On the subject of hard-sell, that is my pet peeve. I want to be able to enjoy a massage and just relax... without anyone highlighting my body faults and then suggesting what products I can use to remedy the situation. Come on... let's face it. Childbirth does wonders to the hips and breasts, and no amount of creams, massages or salves is going to shrink it back to teen taut times! On top of that, I'm a real woman. I don't intend to exercise myself to make myself runway fit, neither am I going to start counting calories so that I don't have to do the 'skinny arm pose' in photographs! Even if I wanted to - who's then going to finish the kid's leftovers?

Talk to me about how taut my skin will be after using this XX cream and with regular massages (sign a package with us, and you would save an insane amount of XX dollars!) how I would look 20 years younger, and I would tell you to pick the next victim, cos I sure ain't buying it. Neither am I going to be suckered into signing a package which will cost me a pretty penny just to go back there another 12 times to listen to 12 renditions of what-you-should-do-to-ensure-that-you-look-fabulous-at-50.

And I REALLY am not interested in any packages. So don't try to sell me any! If I am that impressed with a service, I will make further queries, thankyouverymuch.

So... when I was first informed of Blue Moon Valley (BMV), I was admittedly, a tad sceptical. I read and re-read through the information onsite, not convinced that it's such a simple yet extremely useful service especially for the busy working Mum!

Spa, MummyMOO
More information here: Blue Moon Valley

In a nutshell, it's a concierge service, which spoils you for choice by providing a range of services with different vendors (which are referred to as Spa-ticipants).

I kept trying to search for loopholes and packages that you would have to sign up for, apart from the S$12.00* membership fee that will immediately grant me access to a wide range of spa services.

Nope. Nothing. Zip. Zilch. Nada.
It's as straightforward as it gets.

So... what are the benefits of signing up as a member of Blue Moon Valley, you might wonder. Perhaps to you, booking is done simply by picking up the phone and dialling a number - which in this day and age, is extremely convenient with technological advances. Why then, should you bother with going through a booking service?

I did think of all these, as well - and given my curious nature, then proceeded to try to find out more.
And I was impressed. And pleased. And thoroughly convinced that this S$12.00 membership fee is worth its weight in dollars, if not more.

Trial session at a special price

When you join Blue Moon Valley as a member, you are assured of three 'FIRSTS', otherwise known as the 'Shika111'

"Shika 111 is your “initiation” treatment, which can be selected from any of the items listed here. Each Spa-ticipant have put forward one luxurious pampering each for your selection, priced specially for your introductory session.

It is your FIRST treatment, for the FIRST introduction to a Spa-ticipant, booked within the FIRST month of your membership. (Regular pricings apply for subsequent bookings, after Shika 111 is initiated or after the first month, whichever is earlier).

Quality of Services and Products

You can be assured that all Spa-ticipants have been thoroughly screened and carefully selected by BMV based on the products and services offered. BMV does not believe in simply partnering a spa simply because they are well known or have more exposure than lesser known places.

You are not alone

A Spa experience can be marred by hard sell and upsell tactics. Perhaps you aren't too comfortable with rejecting offers, or can be too easily persuaded by salespersons. Maybe you have had a bad experience at another place, which instantly put you on your guard and made you avoid all sorts of spa boutiques.

Blue Moon Valley is a community... and therefore welcomes feedback. Should you have anything to highlight regarding any Spa-ticipants, do let them know and be sure that the matter will be directed to the relevant personnel.

One of the emphasis at BMV is to ensure a relaxing experience for their clients. You can thus let them know should you have been exposed to any hard sell, or if an experience at any of their partners leave much to be desired.

Management of Spa diary

BMV takes note of your bookings and keeps a record, and therefore will always make a concerted effort to place a booking according to your preferred time frame and location.

Sounds simple, right?
And it is.


Blue Moon Valley, MummyMOO
The range of services provided - image taken off Blue Moon Valley's website.


$12, flat rate

Membership fee gives you:

  • Exclusive interactive access to our website - range, choice, selection of spa treatments
  • Special discounted pricing off Retail (exclusively for Blue Moon Valley Members)
  • Friendly, attentive and personalised service to assist with information and booking confirmations
  • Email platform to exchange and learn information about BMV Spa-ticipants
  • Peace of mind
  • Joy of freedom

Check out the additional benefits you receive as a member here!
To Join, click here!

OR, fill in this membership form, and mail it to 883 North Bridge Road, #02-04 Southbank, Singapore 198785 with cheque payable to "Low Profile Pte Ltd".

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary Blue Moon Valley membership and SHIKA 111 for review. All opinions are 100% my own.

Now for the GOOD NEWS!!

Blue Moon Valley has generously offered THREE giveaways especially for MummyMOO readers.

There will be ONE grand winner, who will get a free lifetime membership along with a FREE “Shika 111” treatment of their choice and TWO other winners who will win a free lifetime membership (where you can enjoy the "Shika 111” treatment at the special member rate).

To enter this giveaway, simply follow ALL three steps:

1. "Like" the Blue Moon Valley FB page
2. "Like" MummyMoo on FB (If you haven't already - thank you!)
3. Leave me a comment as to why you need a special pampering session!

Do leave your email address and the name used on your FB account on the comment.

Who can enter?
  • This giveaway is open to those who reside in Singapore only.
  • This giveaway will be open till Sunday, 7 October 2012, 2359 hours.
  • Winners will be announced on Monday, 8 October 2012.

The 3 winners will be randomly selected, and contacted via email. If the selected winner(s) do not reply in 48 hours, another winner(s) will be chosen.

Good luck!


Congratulations to Ai Lee for being the Grand Prize winner in our Giveaway!
You get a free lifetime Blue Moon Valley membership, plus a Shika treatment of your choice!

Carol Lim and Mrs. Han: you have both won complimentary Blue Moon Valley memberships.
Blue Moon Valley representatives will be contacting you for further details.

Winners have up to 72 hours to respond to the email, after which we will proceed to pick another winner should there be no response from you.

DISCLAIMER: This giveaway is in NO way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. Information collected is NOT collected by Facebook. In signing up for this promotion, participants release and indemnify Facebook from all liability. 


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