Sunday, May 13, 2007

Mothers' Day Celebrations

It was a great morning as DAP Petaling Jaya PJ team got into action at 7.30 am as we distributed carnations to all mothers at the SEA Park market in PJ. The ladies were certainly pleased to be receiving the flowers, many of whom were asking for more ;). We also distributed leaflets on our 3 wishes for this mothers' day.

At the end of the programme, we also had a small press conference whereby we protested against the uncouth and misbehaving BN parliamentarians who insulted the dignity of not only our MP for Batu Gajah, Sdri Fong Po Kuan, but also all mothers and women of Malaysia. Watch out for more details of a forum being organised on Thursday this coming week on this issue. ;)

After another press conference with Sdri Teresa Kok on a separate matter, she took me to lunch where she was invited as a special guest at the launch of a new funeral parlour by a Chinese clan association. There I was kindly introduced to many local clan leaders, many who were giving plenty of words of encouragement. (How am I going to remember so many faces and names, I have absolutely no clue!)

Found my way home soon enough, in time to send my missus to her dance class and to take the little angel to a former colleague's daugther's birthday party. When nap time came along, I found a little time to squeeze in this post and clear some of the cobwebs in my mailbox. ;)

After this it's Mother's Day dinner with the missus, yes, I can't be giving carnations out to all the mothers out there and not appreciate the one at home right? :) Unfortunately, that isn't the end of the day for I'll still have to leave the house to attend a funeral wake of a party supporter's (who is now a friend) father.

Yes, all in all, a packed schedule for the day, but thankfully, not every day is like today. ;) And thank goodness, there isn't anything scheduled early in the morning tomorrow. ;)


Anonymous said...

You looked so coy and effeminate holding the basket of flowers ;))

Anonymous said...

Tony, you bring hope and love to our country. Keep up the good work! I'll definitely vote for you and DAP you should there be an opportunity. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Hi Tony, we met in Petaling Street when u were buying the flowers. Glad to know that the response is good. Keep it up.
However, the chinese character (Barisan Nasional) in the banner is wrongly written. :)

Anonymous said...

keep telling you all...TP is a chinese banana...hehe