Catermate’s Bento Boxes For Lunch / Dinner Delivery

Today the mil needn’t have to cook much for dinner again as hubs has extra boxes of Nasi Hujan Panas for us, woohoo! I love days like these when the kitchen is not so greasy and there are fewer things to wash for the girl in charged of washing dishes 🤗  This week is Alycia’s turn to wash the dishes and she was rejoicing when she saw me bringing the bento boxes back from the basement.  Who likes washing greasy dishes, right? It’s my top most dreaded chore, followed by wiping windows and ceiling fans.  I am so thankful I always have someone to help me wash dirty, greasy dishes.

Compliments like this one, received today, on Catermate’s bento boxes really made my day and hubby’s too:

This message was from another customer of ours last week on Nasi Hujan Panas bento box too:

I’m so thankful and grateful to all my friends and customers who supported hubby’s bento boxes throughout the MCO. You saved our days and helped him save his staff from losing their jobs too.

Now that the Government has allowed meetings and workshops to be held again, subject to strict SOP, we are praying that hubby’s catering events will start to trickle in again and soon, for him to achieve his heyday again.

Below: Nasi Minyak on Thursday’s menu @ RM23 a box:

And Nasi Kerabu @ RM23 a box on Friday’s menu:

Only good quality rice and ingredients are used in the cooking. Hubs is super persnickety on this and we go to Jaya Grocer @ Gardens Mall together every Sunday to shop for the rice and other ingredients.

To order, kindly Whatsapp 019-266 4297 (Alan). Thank you for your support 💝



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MCO Day 84 ~ Tuesday, 9 June 2020

Today marks the last day of the Conditional Movement Control Order.  Effective tomorrow, 10 June through 31 August 2020, our country will be placed in a Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) phase.

Today our country recorded no cases of Covid-19 transmissions among locals, over the last 24-hours.  According to our very capable Health Ministry Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah today, he expressed confidence in Malaysia achieving zero transmissions in the near future.   Here’s to Malaysia following suit New Zealand’s latest declaration of a nation that’s free from Covid-19 soon!   New Zealand prime minister on Monday (yesterday) announced her country had no active cases of the novel coronavirus and that the country is moving to lift almost all restrictive measures after midnight yesterday. I’m so happy for hubby’s relatives who are residing in New Zealand. I can’t wait to hear this from our very own prime minister too in the weeks to come  🙏

The littlest brat was insomniac again last night (repercussion of prolonged home quarantine) and it was almost midnight. As online classes resume the next day (today) after a 2-week break, I shooed her to her room and threatened that I won’t be waking her up in the morning. If anyone’s late, he/she won’t be allowed to ‘enter’ the class. I thought she wouldn’t care but this morning I heard two alarm clocks blaring away at 7:45 a.m.   She does care after all ☺️

The Education Ministry will announce tomorrow on when schools will reopen for Form 5 and Form 6 students.  Alycia ain’t very happy that her freedom is about to come to an end but life has to return to how it used to before Covid-19.  She still has to sit for one of the most important exams in  her life (SPM) by the first quarter of next year. I wonder how long more Cass has to be engaged in online learning. I can’t decide if I should be happy or sad that she, too, will be going back to school soon. And I can’t decide if I should continue to let Alycia and Cass take the school van or be a full time Grab mom for their safety sake but lose all my me time and freedom that I used to have pre-Covid19.  Decisions, decision, decisions!!



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