Alycia and Sherilyn LOVE playing hide-and-seek with daddy. Every night they would wait for daddy to return so that they can play hide-and-seek with him. Daddy would hide behind the curtains, under the comforter, inside the closet and inside the bathroom. As they count 1 through 10, daddy would hurriedly dash from the gals’ room to our room to hide. It’s so nice seeing the girls squeal in excitement and suspense as they search for daddy. This is a picture of daddy playing hide-and-seek with his 2 princesses.
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This is the braised meehoon with shredded pumpkin that my mil cooked for lunch several days ago. Everyone loved the noodles.
Chicken meat cut into strips
Shredded fresh mushrooms
Chopped garlic and onions
Shredded pumpkin and bean sprouts.
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Got this fairly easy meme from Qiqi’s mum. Here it goes :
Where is your cell phone? On my computer table.
Relationship? Married with 2 beautiful gals.
Your hair? Baby soft, very fine, dark brown and very long.
Your sister? I have no sister.
Your favorite thing? Blogging
Your dream last night? Can’t recall.
Your favorite drink? Green tea.
Your dream car? Lexus
The room you’re in? Living Room
Your shoes? Outside our house.
Your fears? Loosing my loved ones.
What do you want to be in 10 years? Happier than now.
Who did you hang out with this weekend? Relatives and in-laws.
What are you not good at? Sales – I hate asking ppl to buy things.
Muffin? I love them.
One of your wish list items? Millions of ringgit in my bank account.
Where you grew up? Ipoh
Last thing you did? Scolded Alycia for climbing on the couch and stepping on Sherilyn’s head.
What are you wearing? T shirt & shorts
What aren’t you wearing? Make up
Your pet? My 2 gals
Your computer? Dell
Your life? Severely deprieved of sleep
Your mood? I just want to sleep now
Missing? Sleep and my close walk with God
What are you thinking about right now? Complete all my outstanding assignments.
Your car? None. I prefer to walk 😀
Your kitchen? Clean
Your summer? It’s summer all year round here.
Your favorite color? Pink.
Last time you laughed? Last night, at a dinner with relatives, over Sherilyn’s antics.
Last time you cried? Can’t recall
School? Was from MGS.
Love? My family.
Now, I’m going to pass the baton to :
Scibbles For My Angels
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My mil cooked this very tasty and simple-to-cook pork ribs dish the other day. No garlic or onions or frying are needed.
All you need are :
2 tablespoons Lee Kum Kee ‘hoisin’ sauce (seafood sauce)
2 tablespoons tau cheong (fermented soya bean paste)
1 tablespoon Oyster sauce
1 teaspoon black sauce
A dash of sugar or half slice of brown sugar in strips (as they come in strips / slices)
Put pork ribs into a pot and pour water into the pot enough to just cover the pork ribs. Bring water to a boil. When water is boiling, pour all the sauces into the pot and let the pork ribs stew in the sauces in very slow fire for about 1/2 hour. Be sure to toss and turn the pork ribs consistently. When the sauce turns thick and pork ribs turn tender, turn off fire and serve.
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Alycia my discerning eater loves to eat spicy food. Yesterday, my mil bought a packet of fried koay teow, extra spicy and the three of us (mil, Alycia and I) gobbled down the plate of spicy koay teow in just minutes. Though Alycia’s mouth was burning and stinging, she kept asking for more and more and there was no end to her requests. This is not the first time she had shown her ability in eating spicy food. Several times when I had bought chicken curry or chicken rendang, she too demanded to eat the chicken and the spicy gravy despite her mouth stinging with the fiery chilli.
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