As 30th April is just around the corner, we can't help but to choose which of our stuffs should be brought home and which should be thrown or donated. We've decided that we are only going back with our personal things and some souvenirs for family and friends. Thus, most of other things would either be sold, thrown or donated.
My hubby just came back from the dumping site where we could throw some rubbish like broken electrical appliances. Yup, we had few broken electrical appliances such as an old tv (bought from second hand shop), three dvds
We're going to donate some of our clothes to a charity organization (can't remember the name). All we have to do is to bring the clothes and put them into the specific clothing bin. By Thursday, most of the furniture and huge electrical appliances will be taken by our Malaysian friends who had pre-booked those things. So basically we've sorted out most of our things before we leave.
Fathini and Hafizah had some problems of letting go some of their toys that my hubby and I had to explain why we have to do this. I can't help but feel a bit sentimental too when it comes to letting go. 3 years is not a short period of time! Letting go of the things is one thing, leaving our friends is another. BUT this is what we have to do. Well, we still ask our kids to choose some of their toys and books that they love so much. There's one specific suitcase just for the toys and books.
All right, enough about this leaving NZ thingy. I hope I can find sometime tomorrow or the next day to write up another entry. But if not, I might have to say "Till I see you again" or "Ka Ki Te Ano". Please pray for our safety on our journey home. I really need it as I actually have to fly back home without my hubby. So, I'm not sure will I be capable of taking care of two princesses.