Passion Motoring’s Charity Drive!
Woke up early (6am) on a recent weekend to be part of this fabulous event-
where 42 cars, come together for something really meaningful!
With Twinnie- Silver Ang in a team!
Glad that she asked me along, yet another weekend well spent~
Shoot me? Back at ya!
Let’s go check out some of the very enthusiastic participants~
There’s a best dressed contest going on, which explains the deco of the cars and costumes:
While the both of us came with hearts filled with love!
Bet you can tell right, even though we don’t have the “embellishments” on the outside. Hahaha..
My simple prince charming with just event decals:
~100 of us making our weekend-worth instead of sleeping it away!
We are having a “Love on Wheels Amazing Race”!
Funky team ready to zoom off:
First challenge- Solve the crossword puzzle at sponsor’s showroom for the clue to our 2nd destination:
Yay task completed!
Next, delivering the basic necessities to the friendly people at Cheshire Home:
In return, we get the opportunity to learn how to make “cupcake towels” from them :D
Woohoo! Look at us with our approved cupcakes!!!
They disqualified most of mine though.. Too nice also cannot? HAHAHAHA
Adding the “toppings”:
The final results! Contribution from all of us.
They will be selling our “artwork”~ hehehe
3rd stop: Memory challenge!
After bagging all the goodies,
we headed over to pick up our lucky elderly from the old folks home!
We found her, number 29!
Taking them for a spin around Singapore!
Something that I’ve always wanted to do for my granny… Ah Ma didn’t manage to wait till I get my car.
If only I could take her around and "吃风" like that as well :’)
We went past Singapore Flyer, Lao Pa Sat, Esplanade etc..
Finally arriving at our dinner venue!
It’s really nice to have the old folks experience this:
Such an eventful day!
We took the responsibility to send them back and visit their families as well:
Granny’s very camera-shy but very polite and obedient grandchildren:
Mission Accomplished :D~
Once again, with the Passion Motoring Community.
I quote James Koh: “The purpose of life is not just to be happy - but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to make some difference. By participating in Love of Wheels, we have lived at all!”
Very often indeed, we “zoomed” past too many things around us.
Slow down and take a look around, you might realize that your little contribution could mean a ton to someone.
Charity isn’t just about giving, we gained something in return as well ;)
I would take some time off and do this all over again. Will you?