Believe it or not, this was taken on a rainy morning. Despite the insistent drizzle, the sun did its best to assert its presence.
That has been our February.
We have been on a self-imposed social quarantine in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. We imagine we are on a staycation with lots of opportunities to entertain ourselves at home. One of the benefits of homeschooling previously is we are geared up for exactly this sort of thing. We have space and time to catch up on projects put on hold, and to make lots and lots of goodies!
Orange Blueberry Cake
Yogurt & Fruit on homemade walnut toast
Cannelloni with a meat sauce
Cheesy Pizza Balls
Are you affected by this public health issue? How are you coping?
Leaving you with one of my favourite songs by a currently favourite band. Keep safe & stay healthy!
Feature Photo taken at Swan Lake, Singapore Botanic Gardens
The summer has zipped by: holidaying with overseas family, nipping to Ipoh & then Bangkok, and taking care of those household chores screaming for attention (fortunately, Loving Husband took care of most of these). Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: July 2019”
Allow me to introduce my kooky family (me in the back row, tucked in the middle, Mom & Dad in front, Little Bro on my right, Little Sis on my Left). It took a whole series of shots amidst hysterical giggling as Loving Husband frantically tried to get a decent shot in where everyone’s eyes were open. Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: June 2019”
May has been a month of much reduced writing (in the wake of April’s month of Poetry Writing), lots of recreational baking (read: baked goods consuming). Also a great deal of marvelling & cheering my Dogged Dad on as he recuperates from his ICU ordeal.Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: May 2019”
I posted my final poem for the month of April for Singapore Poetry Writing Month. It has been a crazy rollercoaster ride, and I’ve missed you all! I have been tempted to peek in every now and again but have tried very hard to stay focused on writing that one poem every day. My goal was to use a poetic form for every poem attempted; I am happy to report I managed to do just that. I wasn’t able to fulfil all 30 prompts, but on days I was too befuddled, I settled for a NoPrompt poem. 30 days 30 poems. Continue reading “The Changing Seasons: April 2019”