2fifteen kitchen

When my friend Nich first told me about 2fifteen kitchen, I was skeptical (as I always am about new restaurants, sorry an inbuilt reflex these days!) but excited to try it out at the same time. He said a new establishment had recently opened in the West side of Singapore that seemed to offer exquisite French-inspired food, so off we went as soon as we had free time one afternoon!

Tucked away at a corner of the newly opened Rochester Mall is where you’ll find 2fifteen kitchen. It’s called 2fifteen kitchen because their unit number is literally #02-15. LOL I was hoping for a more exciting story like how two chefs are fifteen years old started this restaurant together or something crazy like that… but I guess that really wouldn’t make any sense so a perfectly logical explanation for the name will do.

Upon entering 2fifteen kitchen I noted that their decor while minimalist and simple, was cozy and quite elegant. They also had a fair bit of lunch groups consisting mainly of office people who work nearby.

Alfresco seating was available! I’m an air-con freak and I always insist on indoor seating in Singapore, but it was actually a rather pleasant day to sit out since the area is sheltered from the sun.

N and I happily seated at our table waiting hungrily for our food!!!!

For drinks, I ordered orange juice. N actually laughed at me and called me auntie for taking a picture of my orange juice. What??? Good orange juice is hard to find ok!!! This was very nice indeed. Perfect sourness / sweetness combination, some pulp and good consistency. OJ is probably my favorite drink in the world so this was a big deal to me. I don’t really take any alcohol or wine (except for the occasional beer) so OJ is my poison.

Him being sweet & hardworking by writing comments on the dishes and recording their names + prices for me because I have a bad memory and was lazy to do it myself. Aww.

Instead of choosing individual dishes that day, I told the kitchen to have their chef bring his most recommended dishes to our table…. and this was the gastronomical adventure we went on at 2fifteen kitchen!!!

Frematle octopus leg with citrus oil, ripen tomato and pearl mango, $22

I really wasn’t expecting this to be the first dish to be served. To be really honest I am not a fan of squid at all because I think it tastes like rubber. Also the suction pads freak me out…. The kitchen did ask me if I didn’t eat anything in particular so they wouldn’t serve those dishes but I thought I should be more open minded today and took a bite of the octopus leg.

I was blown away. The texture of this octopus leg was incredible!!! So soft it caught me off guard (you can tell by how squishy and delicate it looks in the pic, here it doesn’t sport the stiff rubbery look it normally has) but it has a slight chewiness to it. It was lightly coated in citrus oil which went well together with the BBQed smokey flavor. Ohhh and the tomatoes + little mango pieces really brought the whole dish together. I would never ever order squid in a restaurant, but I would TOTALLY order this again.

Plus I like how I can’t see any obvious signs of tentacles (haha). It doesn’t look or taste like a squid to me. It’s better than what I’m used to. Great start to the meal! I wonder if their octopus legs are really from Fremantle in Perth? I forgot to ask the chef this. I also never really saw octopus legs being served like this in Freo, so… where did this name come from?

Quick seared foie gras on caramelized watermelon and green apple balsamic syup, $28

Foie gras is the epitome of sinful good food. ♥ (yes I know how cruel it is but what can I do I’m a pig) I don’t eat it often, but when I do, its always a big treat. The foie gras here is among the best I’ve had, and I’ve had some in pretty expensive places which don’t even come close. Crisp exterior, smooth custard-like interior (the chef says its like tao huey! lol) and of course it has to be accompanied by some sort of fruit to balance the heaviness of the liver. I’ve had foie gras with mostly salads, bread, pears, apples and oranges… but never watermelon AND feta cheese together with it.

You’d think goat’s cheese + watermelon = gross, but it’s actually a pretty win combination. The sweetness and juice from the watermelon tones down the salty strong flavor of the feta. What I really like about 2fifteen kitchen’s food is the amount of thought that has gone into bringing out the best unique flavors in each dish with carefully planned ingredients!!! For those of you who have never tried foie gras, this will be a good introduction to the wonderful world of fatty duck livers.

Pan seared Hokkaido sea scallop, braised cannellini bean with lobster bisque foam, $28

Happiness is seeing two big FAT succulent scallops sitting in front of you, waiting to be devoured. These scallops were honestly humongous!!!!! I think easily the biggest I’ve ever eaten. Scallops shrink some 20% after cooking so I can’t really imagine how big they were BEFORE cooking. Most scallops fit whole into my mouth but this one I actually had to cut into two because it was that big lol. Should have put my finger next to it so you could roughly judge the size!

Perfect scallops should never be cooked all the way through and these were amazing in every way possible. I didn’t care much for the beans that came with it, however. But I do appreciate the thoughtful presentation on every plate.

Lobster bisque with crab meat and pistacho, $16

I heart me a good warm bowl of bisque. A good bisque should have a rather distinct bitter flavor, because it comes from the boiled & grounded up shells of the lobster / crustacean. This was soup for the soul and the bits of crab meat swimming in the soup with the crunchy pistachios added much needed texture and bite to the bisque. The foam on top lightens the thick flavor of the soup nicely!

Prawn capellini in aromatic oil, $26

SO. MUCH. LOVE. for this pasta dish. If I could eat one food for the rest of my life it would probably be pasta because it comes in so many different forms and variations. The best word to describe this would be “addictive”! The first bite I took - “Ok. Not bad. Like aglio olio, but different.”

Then “Mmm ok actually this is better than not bad…. This is actually really good.” and by my third mouthful… “OMG I LOVE this thing. Give me more.”

The portion is halved in this picture so you actually get 4 prawns and double the amount of pasta normally, I believe. We bugged the chef to let up his secret ingredient in this dish and we found out that the “aromatic oil” was actually lobster oil!!!! No wonder it is so yummeh! Little dried seaweed and garlic bits everywhere… satisfaction in every bite. It is a really simple taste but it keeps you wanting more. According to the chef, some people order two plates of this at one go!

Slow seared pork belly with savoy cabbage, $30

This dish probably made the least impression on me that afternoon. Not that it wasn’t nice, it was nice, but after having so many different impressive items at 2fifteen kitchen my expectations bar had been raised so high, I expected everything to be much more than just “nice”. The skin of the pork belly was extremely crispy while the meat was tender, however perhaps it wasn’t salted or seasoned enough for my liking because I prefer stronger flavors. The pork belly was rather mild, as was the cabbage, and I found the whole dish to be rather underwhelming.

Nevertheless I’m sure this will be popular with people who like to order “safe” items on the menu and for older customers. I was told this is actually their 2nd most popular dish, I wouldn’t have guessed so at all, so obviously everyone has different preferences!

Grilled angus flank steak, garlic potatoes, shallot confit in red wine sauce, $32

My preferred cut of beef is the tenderloin… mmm filet mignon. Chewy steaks aren’t my favorite, and flank is a rather chewy cut, kinda similar to hanger steaks, but a steak is a steak at the end of the day and I will never say no to decent slab of medium rare beef. I thoroughly enjoyed the flavors of this dish – the peppered charred top of the steak, melt in your mouth potatoes & red wine sauce soaked shallots but the whole time I spent eating this beef I was just sitting there wishing it was a different cut of meat instead, lol. A real #firstworldproblem. If you prefer a steak with more bite than this will be for you.

We ended the meal on a sweet note – I had the kitchen prepare a special surprise for N’s birthday which is coming up, but unfortunately I’ll be on an overseas trip and can’t spend it with him so…..

Happy 20th Birthday in advance!!!!!! xx

Thank you for being my pillar of support when the rest of the world turns their back on me. Other people don’t understand our friendship, but it’s okay, I / we don’t need their approval. We know we got a good thing right here and that’s all that matters.

Just so we’re clear… I instructed the kitchen to write that message, not him, lol. Thought it would be funny and he got so embarrassed by it!!!

Here’s my dessert platter filled with all sorts of delicious sweet treats! Mango mousse with caramelized rice krispies base, chocolate hazelnut praline, a mini slice of apple pie pastry, vanilla bean ice cream and rock melon pudding with passionfruit. Isn’t it beaaauuuutiful?!?

You can’t order this exact item on the menu as the chef specially put together this platter for us that day, but there are regular desserts like Panna Cotta available for ordering on the menu, and their desserts of the day often alternate when they change their weekly menu for set lunches…. so you can check out what desserts they offer that day when you head down! Their kitchen is pretty flexible with menu items and will entertain special requests not normally found on the menu as long as you call and ask in advance.

It was an honor meeting Chef Kenny Yeo and chatting with him about his accomplished work as a chef and also discussing the delectable food he’s created. As y’all know I love to cook and I love to eat, so this was a mind boggling experience for me to sit down with a chef and talk about food.. Hearing first hand about how he once had to work 20 hour shifts in hotels as a chef to get to where he is today. So much hard work. And you all still ask me to open a restaurant?! LOL. 20 hours I will die ah!!! Let me just do the eating part, thanks!

Chef Kenny is a humble and approachable guy who insisted on bringing every dish to our table, and was very receptive towards our comments even if some of them weren’t 100% compliments! It’s a pity the restaurant is so far from my place, if not I’d visit more often… but for good food, I WILL be back some day, and I can’t wait till the next time. Thank you 2fifteen kitchen for hosting such a fabulous lunch, I had a wonderful afternoon and my stomach couldn’t be more pleased!!!

2fifteen kitchen

35 Rochester Drive, #02-15, Rochester Mall, Singapore 138639
Tel: 66598215

Food quality: 4.5/5
Service / Ambience: 3.5/5 (the waiters were quick to change our cutlery and refill drinks)
Value for Money: 4/5 (fine dining food, at a less steep pricing and more casual environent, not as pretentious)
Most suitable for: Dinner dates for couples, office lunches (they have set menus)… and just indulging in good food + spending quality time with your family and friends, if they’re into this sorta food! A good way to idle away your afternoon, not too busy during lunch time as its a new restaurant. 

xoxo,
Jess

xoxo,
Jess

The last chapter in Savannah

It’s been a long time since I was a model for a photo shoot.

Used to do it here and there for fun and for extra cash when I was younger and slimmer but eventually grew tired of the whole thing…. Nevertheless, it was really cool for me to be in front of the lens once again. I’m constantly in front of the camera thanks to my blogging life and vain friends, but to be a so-called “model” again for a day was extremely exciting! And tiring. I forgot that it was a tough job to do too. Waking up at 7am for godforsaken morning shoots, slapping on tons of make up on your face and forcing contact lenses into half closed eyes when you’re not even awake, rushing down to stupid isolated locations, trying to think of different unique poses that looks good on camera while balancing in heels and crossing difficult terrain…. Trying to breathe in tight outfits… Having to deal with perverted / condescending photographers (some times, but most of them were nice) and the list goes on! I think my least favorite part about doing photo shoots was letting other people do my make up. I really hate the amount of foundation they pile on and I always question if their brushes and products are clean enough. I don’t break out often but the worst break out I’ve had in my life was after a make up session with a terrible make up artist!!! Whole forehead covered in zits omg D:
Anyway today’s post is not a ranty, negative one but in fact a picture intensive, happy one. It was a real pleasure for me to have a photoshoot done with the amazingly talented Bobby Kiran Yeo. You might’ve already heard of Bobby before, or seen his pictures around somewhere because he’s a pretty popular photographer in Singapore!!! Especially his couple photo shoots, which are some of the best perspectives and angles I’ve ever seen. I wanted to do a shoot to take pretty pictures for my Youtube channel, Twitter & blog backgrounds… and we planned on doing it at Botanical Gardens at first, but eventually settled to shooting at my condo, much to my delight.
I thought it was a great idea because I’m leaving this place so soon, and these snaps would probably be the last pictures ever taken of me in this home. Like I said I’m super attached to this place so these pictures mean the world to me. They remind me of all the laughter and tears I’ve had around here and all the memories I’ve shared with friends & family. 
Enjoy the picture gallery! 
This is probably my most favorite one!! :) I like this so much I cropped it this way too:
Thank you Bobby for capturing these moments of me at home, and for being so comfortable & professional to work with! He’s funny, not overly pushy or too demanding as a photographer, and comes up with fantastic creative ideas. He was the genius who persuaded me to use Tilikum (my giant killer whale which I lugged back from Orlando, Florida, USA) as a shoot prop! It’s rather unfortunate that the pics had to be resized to fit my blog layout, what a shame. They’re incredibly high res and look so different when magnified full sized on a big computer screen in its full glory!!! O_O  Wish I could let you guys see the original versions. I have this urge to frame some of the best looking ones up in my new place LOL… But that would be too narcissistic, even for me.
Please show Bobby Kiran Yeo some support by following him on Instagram at @BobbyKiranYeo to get regular updates of his recent snaps on your mobile, or follow / “Like” him on Facebook here!!!
If you’re looking for a ROM / wedding / pre-wedding photographer, romantic couple shoot, or other photography services…. drop Bobby a message and let him know I referred you! :) Quote my name & “Like” his Facebook page for 10% off the total package. He is also available for surprise proposals, overseas shoots, birthday parties, blogshop shoots. You’ll love his work. He really does find the best angles and moments of each individual to bring out in his photography. Having shot with many different photographers before, Bobby stands out from the rest by letting you be yourself and letting your true essence shine through the photo. All pictures were taken in the beautiful holiday resort-like condo that I’ve had the privilege of staying in. Maybe now you can sorta understand why I’m so reluctant to leave.

..And with that, the last chapter of my life in the Savannah is finally coming to an end.
xoxo,
Jess
xoxo,
Jess

Housing Woes

Mega ranty post incoming!

….So I don’t know if you guys already know this, but I’m moving out soon. In fact, very VERY soon. The house I’m staying in has been sold and we’ve gotta be outta here by 14 November latest because that’s when the new tenants will be moving in. And all of our personal belongings have to be shifted and cleared as well…. That does not leave me with a lot of time!!! I haven’t packed or even DECIDED on a new place yet!
For the past 2 weeks, there’s only been one thing on my mind: Shifting houses.
It’s possessed my mind entirely and has been draining my mental energy. When I wake up, I think of shifting houses. Before I go to sleep, I think of shifting houses. In fact, some times I have nightmares in the middle of the night that I don’t end up finding a good place to rent and I’m forced to sleep on a bench in Bedok Reservoir where I will then get murdered and my body thrown into the water.
I get so stressed out about it, some times I curl up into a fetal position in a corner of my bed and cry. I really don’t like shifting houses and having to leave what I call home behind for some place else I don’t care for. Anyway. My house (not mine anymore, and technically I never owned it myself) was sold because it’s getting pretty old / and the pipes are all leaking, so much that there’s a holy coming through the roof.. She wants to get rid of it before things go to shit around here. (Which frankly, it kind of has, so different from its former glory a few years ago le sigh) She found an interested buyer in our unit and got rid of it the first chance she could. Of course, she made a lump sum of money in the mean time because she sold it for almost double the price she bought it for.
In the mean time, she’s bought a new HDB flat that will supposedly finish construction in 2014… and she’s invited me to go live with her. Right now she has another house of her own that she stays in when she’s in Singapore (she travels a lot) but she lives with her partner there, and it’s a pretty small place which won’t fit Sam, my brother and I. Besides, I think its weird if we bunk in with her partner in the same place, and it is also not right for Sam to move into my mum’s place with me. I mean he’s 26 years old now… we (he) should be getting our own accommodation. But of course I won’t leave him to rent a place on his own in Singapore, when he came here from Melbourne just to be with me. That’s just stupid and mean of me if I were to do it.
So until the new HDB in 2014 is ready to live in or until we’re independent enough to figure out our own long term housing, Sam, my brother and I will have to find a place to rent. Don’t ask me why my brother is also living with us… long story that I don’t wanna go into. So I’ve spent literally days of my time just browsing propertyguru’s website trying to find a suitable place to rent. It is extremely tiresome having to browse endless pages of listed properties, calling up annoying, manipulative and pushy agents (some are helpful, professional and kind though), setting up house viewing appointments in my already-busy-enough schedule, going down for numerous house viewings at godforsaken locations not easily accessible by public transport & raking up insane taxi fares…. Gawd. The worst part is, rent everywhere is so motherfucking expensive. Singapore is overpopulated as shit so property pricing is honestly through the roof.
To rent a 3 bedroom normal condo (not even a NEW or NICE or GOOD condo) just ANY condo will easily cost you $3500 these days. We need a 3 bedroom unit because there’s 3 adults. You may ask, “Why don’t you save money by getting a 2 bedroom unit instead? Sam & you one room, your brother one room.” 
No. Just no. Sam’s been living in my tiny room the past year and honestly its been hell. We have a lack of personal space AND storage space. I can barely fit my clothes into my wardrobe, how am I supposed to have space for his stuff too??? And there’s two computers + computer chairs on one tiny desk in my room right now!!! I can’t wait to have MY OWN room, finally. And when I’m angry at him and banish him from my room, he doesn’t have to sleep on the couch no more… he can have his own room too, lol. Living with a partner in one tiny room is very different from having them stay over once in awhile. Back to my point. 
RENT IS THROUGH THE ROOF. I’ve seen so many lousy condos (horribly maintained and just ugh, no better than a HDB, some HDBs have much nicer interiors and cost way less) and it kind of breaks my heart to think that I’d have to live in that shit hole AND pay $3500 a month for it (cost will be split between the three of us.) I don’t wanna live in a HDB because I’m a spoiled brat who has lived in one of the nicest condos in Singapore for the past 7 years so to ask me to suddenly move into an old HDB flat I think I may just break down & cry (which I’ve mentioned I’ve already did a few times haha). The condo I am staying in right now means a lot to me. To me, this is not just a house, this is the place I’ve spent the most important years of my life in. My life has changed so incredibly much since the day I moved into this place but the only thing that hasn’t changed is home itself, and I can remember the first time I moved here like it was just yesterday. Before my mum bought this condo, we weren’t doing very well, and had to live in some less than desirable conditions like putting up at a family friend’s place longer than we would’ve liked to stay…. I’d never stayed in a place for longer than 3 years and I couldn’t really call any of the places “home”, when some times I lived with strangers. Savannah is the only place in the world I think of when I think of home. I’ve invited countless number of friends over to my place because I am always so proud to show it off. Some people may not like inviting guests over but I absolutely LOVE it. I think of all the memories made here, with my old secondary school friends, my ex boyfriend, friends that I haven’t seen for years and will probably never see again, the number of times I’ve cried and buried my head into this pillow on this bed and the number of blog entries I’ve churned out sitting in this very same spot at my computer table for the past few years…. It’s all so very nostalgic….. I can’t imagine I have to leave it behind so soon. I want to embrace change with open arms, but I’m a coward. Once I’ve found a good thing, I don’t want to EVER let it go, even if there’s a chance there might be something better waiting for me out there. I just want to cherish what I have right now. 
My condo (for the next 2 weeks at least) has the prettiest grounds ever. Walking around it makes my heart content. It’s by no means the most luxurious, but it is homely, cozy and absolutely unique. It’s themed like an African safari and there are mini waterfalls, a gorgeous pool, a fake volcano with a fun water slide, elephants + giraffes + rhino  leopard statues……. I am honestly so lucky to have lived here the 7 years that I did. 7 years on and I’m still wowed and awed every time I take a walk downstairs. It’s like I’m living in a resort permanently. I’ve got the nicest next door neighbours that I’m so gutted I will not be able to see often any more. I wanted to watch the little two kids next door, Sarah and Isaac grow up. I wanted to spend many more Sundays with them baking, cooking, eating, playing and laughing. I don’t understand why selling the house couldn’t wait another few years, but I grew tired of arguing with my mother and questioning her decision. I guess its her decision, not mine, and there wasn’t anything I could do about it, even though I tried to prolong it for as long as possible. I don’t think anyone else knows how I feel about living here because they never had the experiences I did. Some of my fondest memories include the simplest ones like taking a spontaneous morning with my brother and Sam or just having a long heart to heart chit chat by the pool with a girlfriend I haven’t seen in a long time and miss so much. Am I being completely ridiculous and over dramatic by saying I feel like I’m giving up a part of me? It is so scary to move on and to be suddenly “evicted” by this. Its not exactly sudden because I’ve had many months notice…. but still…….. I could never truly wrap my head around the idea.
Then it dawned on me and hit me like a brick. The time has come, and the time is now. All good things come to an end some day. Time to step out of my comfort zone and into the real world, where lodging isn’t free and mama isn’t always there to shelter you.
Back to house hunting. Eventually I put aside my pride a little and went around sourcing for HDBs too instead of just condos, thinking I’d save a lot on rent. Boy was I wrong. Some lao pok old HDB also asking for $3.5k!!! Not even nice, not even close to the MRT or anything. Seriously wtf it makes no sense at all. I was almost on the verge of giving up, but by some miracle… 
I managed to find two very very attractive units that have very reasonable rent. I was so relieved and happy when I viewed the houses, you have no idea. My only problem now is that I can’t decide which one is better for me (and the people living with me.) And I may need some second opinions. Let’s evaluate the two units which I have to choose between by this weekend. I’ll list everything I like about it, and everything I don’t.
1) Yishun, condo, asking $3k/month. Fully furnished (we’re leaving 90% of our furniture behind for the new tenants ugh mum’s decision that’s why rent is more ex)
Positive factors: It reminds me of my current place. 
Nothing can match up to my dear Savannah ever, but its still nice and has a hugeeee inviting looking sparkly pool. Well maintained and the interior of the place is cosy. The moment I walked in, I could honestly see myself living here (at least for the next year or two). I didn’t feel this way about any other units I’ve seen. It wasn’t fancy but it didn’t need to be. It was homely, simple, and I like the general design / feel of the whole place the most out of all the house viewings I’ve been to.  Master bedroom will be mine and the size is good. Comes with a modern attached bathroom with a bathtub, plus points! Built in oven and decent sized kitchen that hasn’t been used much, another bonus. 
Negative factors: It’s in Yishun. 
My bro and Sam work at Shenton together and they both need the train to get to work. To get to the train, they needa take the shuttle bus from the condo to the train, and then 13 stops on the train. That will take approximately one hour to get to work… Kind of far for them. :/ Location wise was also rather inaccessible & secluded because there isn’t a bus stop outside the condo, you’ll need to walk a fair bit and there is no shops nearby at all. It’s kind of in the middle of nowhere. The location doesn’t bug me as much, because I stay home a lot and the only place I go to often is Orchard and Somerset which is all along the red line anyway and I cook quite often at home, but I’m thinking about Sam and my bro. To get to work will not be an easy thing everyday… Also, if anyone wants to collect cakes, I wonder if Yishun is too far? Although technically its a lot more central than Simei which is super far east, right?

2) Novena, walk up apartment, asking $3.1k/month. Fully furnished.
Positive factors: It is less than 5 minutes walk to Novena MRT station.
Bus stop right outside, just oppsite is a lot of food places, shops…. the location is amazeeeeballs!!! Novena station to Orchard station is only 2 stops. Which means I can step out of my house and reach Orchard in 15 minutes by public transport. Mind boggling. The pricing is also very reasonable considering its so convenient! Getting anywhere will be fast and easy, settling food or entertainment will also be a piece of cake. I’ve got access to more than 20 food places with a 5 minutes walk. I don’t think I’ll ever need to cook again.
Negative factors: I may just never cook or bake again, for real. 
The kitchen is very blah, and doesn’t even come with built in stoves or oven, its just one bought stove top that’s plugged into the electrical socket.. Omg the kitchen basically does not exist. The house layout is nowhere near as cosy or nice as the Yishun one, but its decent / livable. I do hate the fact it only has one toilet though. I don’t like the house design at all but I guess I could put up with it for the sake of the convenience. I suppose I’d be out a lot more because its easy to get around and because there will be no swimming pool or facilities for me to use… no point staying home if your home ain’t very nice. The apartment is also incredibly old looking from the outside, which I don’t really care that much about, but its still a factor. My main concern is that there are NO LIFTS, and the unit is on the 5th floor. LOL definitely going to have slimmer thighs. But I’m not worried about being tired, because after one week of climbing the stairs, you won’t even notice it that much. I’m thinking, how the fuck am I going to go up and down 5 flights of stairs with TWO TIERED WOBBLY CAKES in my hands??? A total absolute nightmare! Transporting a two tiered cake on solid level ground, or any cake for that matter, is already stressful enough. They’re fragile. Add 5 flights of stairs and you have a perfect recipe for disaster. If I stay at the Novena one, I basically have to stop doing cakes almost completely, because the kitchen is not suitable for it and the god damn stairs are not easy to go up and down to hand the cakes to customers either. They’re narrow, small steps and it gets slippery when its wet (I went house viewing when it was raining and the first thing I noticed was how dark and slippery the stairs were) So… I probably have to give up my baking and find a new source of income. Easier said than done… -_-
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And yeah. So that is my huge ass dilemma I have to face right now. Gotta make a decision by the next 3 days latest coz I’m going overseas on a blogger trip with Nuffnang on the 5-9 November. I can’t believe how much I’ve typed in the past hour wtf. I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY I EVEN HAVE TO DEAL WITH THIS…. *sigh* Why now??? Now is seriously NOT the best time for me.

I feel kinda better after getting this load off my chest. I’m going to have a lot to brood over the next coupla days, but for now I need to busy myself with some last few cake orders I’m doing before I go on a baking hiatus while I’m shifting houses, so off I go. For those who have read the whole chunk of frustrated text, you’re awesome. I thank you for sharing part of my burden with me.
Bye.
xoxo,
Jess
xoxo,
Jess
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