We are not required to wear a mask when we run in Singapore. But when I caught a bug at the end of March and had to undergo testing for Covid19, I decided that I should mask up when I hit the pavement. So, April running was re-learning how to breathe differently while running. I cherish the time outdoors, so no complaints.
We rolled out The Tan Times: Reboot. I had so much fun editing and putting the edition together. We have already begun work on the next couple of issues for this extended family collaboration.
It is very strange that when homebound, we naturally turn to food. We are obviously not alone given the explosion of food posts on social media. More time around the meal table means more exciting opportunities to make something delicious. Our days revolved around what new exciting dish we could serve up.
Paad Thai, white chocolate milk rolls, Basque Burnt Cheesecakes, pastried whole apples, Vanishing Oatmeal Cookies, Milk Pies, Almond Cranberry Marzipan Cookies & Scallion pancakes all made an appearance.
Restrictions have begun to ease this week. If all goes well, this will continue through the month, although officially the Circuit Breaker (shut-in/lockdown) is scheduled till June 1.
Wishing you all a good May ahead, and may you be able to visit the Hairdresser & get your favourite take-out soon! Be safe & keep well!
Feature photo take outside the St Regis Singapore, sculpture by Li Chen (2001) called Dragon-Riding Bodhisattva.