Water Supply Restored in Pandan Perdana

The water pressure has gone back to normal today. Water supply was restored two days ago actually but the pressure was low. It was better yesterday. I emptied my bowel today because of that. Nothing cleans as well as water. I am a happy camper. I have never gotten used to cleaning with toilet paper. Somehow it just never felt clean even after I have exhausted one whole roll.

The cloudy urine has cleared somewhat. But I am still tired. I think I may have drank a little too rapidly. My urine is too clear to be urine. Turned on the air condition in the room and tried to sleep at around 2.30pm but could not. Called Jocelyn to confirm with her that Wuan and I will be attending her wedding. Congrats auntie! Looking forward to seeing you all decked up. Called up a few friends from Penang to chat after that.

I am still tired now. Dang. I believe the weather has a part in this lethargy. I am looking forward to the weekend. Wuan and I have planned a trip up to Ipoh. We are going to hit two birds with one stone. One of them is to get Patches neutered. He turned 6 months old on May 1. The thought of Ipoh food is making me salivate. No, ngah choi kai (bean sprout chicken noodles) is not one of them. The rest… yum yum.

Author: Peter Tan

Peter Gabriel Tan. Penangite residing in the Klang Valley. Blissfully married to Wuan. A LaSallian through and through. Minion to three cats. Wheelchair user since 1984. Columnist of Breaking Barriers with The Borneo Post. Principal Trainer at Peter Tan Training specialising in Disability Equality Training. This blog chronicles my life, thoughts and opinions. Connect with me on Twitter and Facebook.

2 thoughts on “Water Supply Restored in Pandan Perdana”

  1. It is good to hear some good news today. Hope the water will be cleaner soon.

    Peter:
    The water is crystal clear now.

  2. Yup, the water pressure is much better now.

    On another matter, after you wrote a letter to MPAJ about the condition of the sidewalks, it was fixed, albeit one side only(the 7-Eleven side). The other side is still horrible, what were MPAJ thinking?

    Peter:
    The walkways were not done by MPAJ but from the previous ADUN’s allocation. I have not had time to go take photos of the walkways and blog about it. It was a sheer waste of money. All the ramps along the walkways and the ramps at Hong Leong Bank and 7-Eleven are not done to specifications. It not safe to use at all. I will follow-up this issue with Jenice Lee.

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