Nobody’s home…

Come Day 4 of Chinese New Year, I had to send Melissa back to her school so nobody was home then. But on Day 5, I was at home to continue receiving guests that cared to drop by.

My blogger-friend, Rose, was away in Kapit to usher in the new year with her in-laws there and upon returning from there, she wanted to drop by on Monday, Day 4…but had to come a day later owing to the aforementioned reason. She mentioned something about not ever having the chance to taste something and I could not remember what it was but anyway, I cooked some Bovril mee kua for her to try…

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…garnished with sliced egg and chopped spring onions and Chinese celery.

I did not know how many people would be coming so I cooked a lot and I was not that used to cooking so much at one go -but thankfully, I thought it turned out all right though I was not all that sure if she enjoyed it or not…

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– she said she is not a fan of Bovril and they had kampua before dropping by my place but the son seemed to like it…

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…and kept coming back for more.

Another group of ex-students dropped by in the afternoon and I guess that would be it for this year. My sincere thanks to all who took the trouble to come and visit – it is indeed most appreciated. Do keep in touch and feel free to drop by anytime you want. Our door is always open and you will be most warmly welcome even if it is not Chinese New Year or any festive season in the year.